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Fitness Journal
 November 2017

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Your Epidermis Is Showing!
What is the integumentary system?
Sample Class: Tabata-Inspired Blast
Mix active-rest strength supersets into your HIIT class.
No-Neck-Pain Abs
Modify moves so participants can develop a strong center without encountering neck pain.
Growth mindset and exercise.
Growth Mindset and Exercise Adherence
When clients are anxious, understanding growth mindset principles can help you keep them on track.
Training an Up-and-Coming Athlete
A positive attitude and high-level training program gave young athlete Lauren a chance to explore her full potential.
Eating Right: What the Science Says
Diet experts separate fact from fiction on ketogenic, Paleo and plant-based strategies (plus many more).
A Chef-RD’s Approach to Healthy Holidays
Getting back to basics and deftly swerving around holiday calorie overload just got easier with these simple approaches.
Nutrition Ideas for Your Club or Studio
Owners of clubs and studios across the United States explain the appeal of adding diet coaching, cooking classes and other nutrition programs to their physical activity regimens.
Lessons From 40 years of Dietary Guidelines for Americans cec
Evolution of the DGA reflects advances in nutrition science and shifts in the nation's dietary habits.
Abdominal Separation and the Female Core cec
Targeting the transversus abdominis helps women recover from abdominal separation caused by pregnancy.
Getting Better at Recovery cec
Research supports many of today's popular recovery strategies, while pointing to new discoveries for improving individual and team sports in the future.
Alzheimer’s and the Joy of Exercise cec
Creative exercise ideas for older adults with Alzheimer's disease.
The Science of Yoga cec
A growing body of research substantiates the many health benefits of integrative yoga practice.
Protecting the Aging Brain cec
Research confirms that exercise and a healthy lifestyle are crucial to preserving cognitive functions and potentially staving off dementia.