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October, 2005

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - October, 2005
The Elbow Joint
Anatomy, two common injuries and post rehab strategies.
Getting Personal With MyPyramid
What fitness professionals can do to help their clients implement the main recommendations in the new food pyramid.
2005 IDEA World Fitness Convention
What Happens in Vegas . . . should definitely not stay in Vegas!
Being the Message
Len Kravitz, PhD, shares his top10 tips for fitness professionals and talks about changes in the industry since 1987.
Information Products for Fitness Pros
Cash in on the lucrative practice of selling products to colleagues.
Training With Humor and Heart
Ray Khan's high-stimulus program design keeps both Kan and his clients energized and wanting more.
Blazing New Trails in Fitness
IDEA member William Malmskog helps disabled people take charge of their fitness and their lives.
Personal Training or Lifestyle Fitness Coaching
How do you know which approach is best for your clients?
Strong Moves
A variety of class formats provides a recipe for fun fitness.
Strengthening the Core
Add fun to your core moves with these effective exercises.
Understanding Health Savings Accounts
Discover how HSAs can save you money and help you pay for medical expenses.
How to Integrate Biomechanics in a Group Setting
With more diverse special populations joining group fitness classes, it's time to rethink how we design exercises and to teach basic biomechanical concepts.
Sample Class: B.A.S.E. Training
Fine-tune balance and stability with these exercises suitable for all populations.
Walking the Work and Wellness Line
Successful corporate- fitness incentive plans start early and promote fun.
The Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis System: A Primer
Catch the wave as interest in this creative exercise method gathers momentum.