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As we return to the group exercise studio, it’s good to remember how a workout community not only brings us together, but helps us thrive.
Virtual personal training isn’t new, but the business aspect is growing, thanks to increased demand and improved technology across the board.
Is your fitness class just a class, or is it an experience? People are ready to move and are seeking experiences that engage them on an emotional level.
Businesses are realizing that outdoor fitness is the ideal way to keep patrons engaged, so we gathered some tips to help you adapt.
Take your boot camp class outside with this simple plug-and-play park workout, a mix of high-intensity cardio and lower-intensity resistance.
A study showed that outdoor exercise can bring about physiological and psychological relaxation in urban environments as well as forest settings.
Some of your clients may be hiking to keep active, and you can support them with a targeted program that considers the specific skills needed to progress.
The following tips from the San Francisco Department of Public Health will help fitness professionals take training outside to promote health and safety.