September 2016Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal- September 2016
Changing Our Behavior So Clients Can Change TheirsSherry Pagoto, PhD, encourages fitness professionals to see through their misconceptions about obesity and to focus on strategies that help clients gain control over the contextual “drivers” of behavior.
The Cost of FitnessHow much money do people spend on their workouts?
Creative Ideas That InspireRestore mind and body from the bustle and heat of summer with these cooling and revitalizing classes.
Sample Class: It Takes TwoPair up participants for a great cardio workout.
4 Ways to Warm Up With a Medicine BallProperly prepare participants for the rigors of intense workouts.
Sports Conditioning Classes and the Recreational AthletePlan ahead and prepare people for their favorite activities.
Fitness Marketing on MobileHow to promote your business in the mobile space.
A Total TransformationErin went from quiet boot camp participant to leader of the pack.
2016 IDEA World Fitness Award RecipientsHonoring leaders who see fitness from the client's point of view, and then program, train and teach for optimum results.
A look at the science which found that contestants in The Biggest Loser regained most of the weight they lost.
10 steps that will help fitness and wellness professionals acknowledge and dismantle negative beliefs about obesity.
These foods will help you keep a veggie-focused approach without weakening your skeleton.
The key is to understand biomechanics of body rotation.
Look beyond the inner circle of fitness clientele to create inclusivity-and change lives.
Why short bursts of extreme exercise pay off in long-distance events like marathons and triathlons.