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October 2013

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - October 2013
Fit For Driving cec
Functional training for driving efficiency, quick reactivity, mobility and whole-body coordination in the car: Are you up to speed?
Pilates Blending
New, challenging and motivating exercise modalities keep Pilates on the cutting edge.
Creative Ideas That Inspire
Increase your clients' flexibility and stamina this fall with these unique classes.
Sample Barre Class With Strength & Cardio Intervals
Add variation and load to your barre classes.
Share the Savasana!
Borrow relaxation pose from yoga class and share it with your other students.
The Art and Science of Pricing
Strategically analyze what you want to charge.
The Heavyweight Champion
Sandy, 49, had never been interested in exercise. That was about to change.
Wellness Starts With the Young
Antonio S. Williams founded Fit University to help children understand how to eat better and stay healthy.
Should You Freestyle or Prestyle?
Review the pros and cons of teaching “freestyle” and prechoreographed classes, and learn new tricks from each method.
2013 IDEA World Fitness Convention™
This celebration of serious education, community and career growth defines the modern professional and the industry itself.
The New Science of Counting Calories cec
Recent research shows why nuts, fresh fruits and uncooked foods can be attractive choices for weight-conscious clients.
Aerobic Exercise and Strength Training for Older Women: Is There an Optimal Starting Dose? cec
Study offers clues for sedentary women beginning an exercise program.
Corrective Exercise for Shoulder Impairments cec
Identify root causes of dysfunction and help clients return to function and good form.
Walking Extravaganza! cec
Research-based answers to seven questions covering physiology to program design will help your clients move past pedestrian pace to meaningful challenge and results.