Studies show that HIFT (high-intensity functional training) can boost exercise enjoyment and adherence.
Success in fitness will require a more holistic wellness approach with knowledge of the emotional, social and mental perks of exercise.
You are invited to join thousands of your peers at 2023 IDEA World in Los Angeles, July 12–16, for an experience that will redefine MOVEment.
Fitness consumers are motivated to exercise to promote a long and healthy life, and also seek low-intensity training and restorative options.
An ASICS study demonstrated that mind games can significantly improve cognitive function and mental performance among competitive gamers.
If you offer orienteering sessions, you can promote the cognitive as well as physical advantages to boost brain training.
Research shows that for women ages 65 or older, each additional 31 minutes per day of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity was linked with a 21% lower risk of developing mild cognitive impairment or dementia.
New research shows that virtual fitness experiences fulfilled important social connection needs during the pandemic, supporting personal growth.
National Posture Month is a great time to learn some daily habits to create better posture and relieve some of the pain and imbalances.
Here are some areas worth highlighting if clients ask about the case or if potential clients aren’t quite convinced of the importance of working with a certified professional.
If you think it feels great making the fit fitter, consider how rewarding it could be to share your knowledge of movement to empower and advocate to those who are…
Keep urging clients to track their daily steps, and share with them that taking more steps is linked with a lower risk of all-cause dementia.
A study finds that combining time-restricted eating and HIIT is more effective at improving cardiometabolic health than either approach alone.
Moderate- and high-intensity continuous training over 12 weeks improves body fat tissue structure and boosts metabolism.
Survey results show that people with multiple sclerosis prefer aquatic exercise over nonaquatic exercise but have difficulty finding classes.
Programming tips to help seniors age not just with grace but with strength through free-weight training and machine-based training.
Attention avid runners who are game for something different: Consider adding jump roping to your weekly routine!
Here’s some good news about the benefits of strength training for kids: it reduces body fat in children coping with overweight and obesity.
Exercise improves bone mineral density for people with osteoporosis, but questions remain regarding safety and effectiveness.
A research team concluded that high-intensity exercise provides favorable effects on inhibitory control in college students.