September, 2010IDEA Fitness Journal - September, 2010
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Improved sleep habits can help keep weight down.
Pilates and the Science of Human MovementTop-notch professionals speak candidly about anatomy.
Preparing for InstabilityInclude the right warm-up moves to help the lower body transfer energy.
Yoga Teaching Strategies for CohesivenessAdd a deeper element of meaning to your class designs, and help students help themselves.
Sample Class: Biking the Boston MarathonShare a classic race plan with indoor cycling participants.
Question: Is it healthier to use agave syrup instead of sugar?
Using a food log can help clients improve food choices and eating behaviors that affect their body weight goals or exercise performance.
Clients and trainers will embrace changing “work-outs” into “play-outs.”
Selling Personal Training Services With FlowUse your fitness education to help clients—and to make sales.
Tricks of the tradeWhat do you do if a client crosses professional boundaries (i.e., gets too close physically or talks about topics you are not comfortable with)?
Teaching the Novice ExerciserAn emphasis on teaching keeps Eric Taylor’s clients on the road to success.
Your Feet, Your Shoes, Your ChoicesWhen you’re buying or recommending shoes, think about the way the foot functions and the importance of a strong foundation.
2010 IDEA Personal Training Programs & Equipment TrendsWith average retention rates of 75%, IDEA personal trainers are leveraging the best of their programs and equipment to keep clients coming back for more. Download Additional Survey Information
Retrain the musculoskeletal system to effectively and purposely process the ever-present forces of nature.