In a study on older women and weight training, researchers found that participants experienced more pleasure with moderate-level resistance.
If your clients train together but have different outcomes, part of the reason for this may be fitness genetics.
We’re proud to share the story of how In-Shape Health Clubs reached clients who are Special Olympics Athletes.
How we can use the power of curiosity to help clients unlock and swing open the door to the behavior change they seek.
Whether you’re helping clients recover from an injury or improve their performance, attention to joint stability will play a pivotal role.
It takes grit, resilience and hard work to reach big goals—a truth IDEA team member Jordan Leeds knows all about.
This article provides you with the evidence-based tools to help clients make a strong start in increasing muscular hypertrophy.
New research adds to our understanding of the limited risks of physical activity and its connection to osteoarthritis.
Strength, speed, agility and power are vital to helping clients excel like everyday athletes in their performance and in daily life.
This article will highlight 10 advanced resistance training techniques that improve muscular fitness, strength and mass.
Meet three IDEA members who truly shine: Melanie Bibens, Lynn Anderson, PhD, and Andres Calderon.
Your clients may soon be able to use a shirt or pair of pants as an effective alternative to a wrist-worn activity tracker.
To add to our understanding of sleep, new findings show that sleep deprivation can undermine walking efficiency and increase clumsiness.
Remind clients that fitness offers numerous benefits beyond what meets the eye, including cancer prevention.
Research shows that young, healthy exercisers can decrease stationary cycling exercise time by several minutes and get equivalent results.
While the benefits of exercise for people with long-term conditions outweigh the risks, conversations that address risks are advised.
During menopause, women experience a hormonal shift that can often be detrimental to their quality of life and body image. Physical changes in appearance, such as graying hair and wrinkles, are a normal part of…
Experts caution about risks that can occur when exercising in the heat, particularly for those with preexisting cardiovascular conditions.
A new study offers insight into why the body’s response to exercise reduces chronic inflammation, as reported in Gut Microbes