September 2014Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - September 2014
Global Childhood GamesWhat do kids in different countries do to stay fit and happy?
Fitness at Your Fingertips (or Thumbs)Use these apps to improve your fitness business and enhance your client experience.
The Biomechanics of ObesityJustin Price, MA, explains why we need to address the connections between extra weight and chronic pain.
Creative Ideas that InspireMix up your programming with high-intensity and restorative movements.
Use a three-pronged approach to help frail participants move better, get stronger and improve their balance.
Step Up to Warm UpUse these opening moves to prepare and empower students.
Creative Class DesignEvolve your workouts—and watch participants reach their goals.
Rethinking, Disrupting and Transforming the Way We EatMenus of Change® suggests action steps for navigating the intersection of our food, our health and the planet's future.
AppetizersHere's a taste of what's cooking in the nutrition world:
Smooth Sailing Toward SpecializationDiscover how to specialize the smart way.
Restoring Physical Confidence in an Older AdultLegally blind, Joan needed to improve her strength and balance to maintain her independence.
2014 IDEA World Fitness AwardsCelebrating world-class fitness pros and their impact on people's health.
Secrets of the Masters AthleteLearn what keeps these inspirational athletes fit and focused.
Exercise is a safeguard against the disease, especially type 2.
A mixed martial arts fitness expert explains how techniques that get Ultimate Fighting Championship® competitors into shape can appeal to a broad spectrum of fitness clients.
What the research says about calcium, vitamin D, magnesium and omega-3 fatty acids.
Help people find relief from neck pain by providing props and modifications and by guiding clients toward correct spinal alignment.