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October 2014

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - October 2014
Mobile Apps for Your Clients
Recommending and using mobile apps with your fitness clients can boost their overall experience of health and fitness.
Fitness as Pharmacy
Gregory Degnan, MD, believes successful integration of fitness pros into the healthcare continuum requires collectively stepping up our level of training, education and certification.
Creative Ideas That Inspire
Get your clients' hearts pumping with these intense class offerings.
Sample Class: Double Step Conditioning
Get creative with two step platforms for a full-body exercise experience.
Stretching That Works for Men
Help your male participants reach common areas of hip inflexibility with resistance bands.
How to Make the Most of Express Classes
Rely on your knowledge of exercise physiology and biomechanics to help you create the best results in the shortest amount of time.
2014 IDEA World Fitness Convention™: Fuel Your Dream—With Passion!
This annual health, fitness and nutrition extravaganza inspired and educated over 12,000 in its largest, most diverse program and expo hall to date.
Sparks of Inspiration
A roundup of 6 innovative programs for different markets.
Pre- and Postnatal Training
Getting fit for her family was Michelle's primary motivation for hiring a personal trainer.
Is “Bad” Fat Now “Good”? cec
While a recent study questions common advice on avoiding saturated fats, there's ample science to support limiting these fats in our diets.
The Skinny on Happiness cec
By changing the “why” behind workouts, we can change our clients' perception of fitness.
Seniors and Self Myofascial Release cec
Trainers need to adapt their technique when working with the connective tissue of older adults.
Men’s Health Research Review cec
What do studies conclude about male-centric wellness issues?