Andrea_Leonard
Oct. 1 2017
Working with breast cancer patients is a valuable experience; an in-depth understanding and specialized training of common side-effects, physical implications and comorbidities is critical prior to training
July 1 2017
Do you have a goal that you want to pursue and you’re finding it difficult to take that first step toward making this goal a reality? What is holding you back? What has stopped you from taking those
yoga-therapy
May 2 2017
This book offers a comprehensive guide of many of the most effective yoga poses for mobility, strength, recovery and balance... View More
April 2 2017
The art of communication and motivation is the foundation of success in your fitness business!... View More
FindingOm_EKovar
April 2 2017
Elizabeth Rae Kovar captivates readers with her travels abroad on the Stuart R. Givens Fellowship grant to India to study yoga... View More
FusionWorkouts_HVanderburg
Jan. 2 2017
Helen Vanderburg shares her five-step system for integrating four of the most popular fitness disciplines... View More
Yoga-for-Athletes
Dec. 2 2016
Ryanne Cunningham outlines the benefits of integrating yoga as a key component in successful training programs for athletes of all sports... View More
Stretches everyBODY
Nov. 15 2016
Here are some basic tips and cues to give your clients during a stretching segment... View More
one minute meditations
Oct. 15 2016
The following three meditation techniques all encompass one major element: breathing... View More
mentor2
March 5 2016
Mentors can be a wealth of information about how to run a business. And it is great to have a sounding board to bounce ideas off of... View More
mindbodycommunity
Feb. 5 2016
It is imperative to find ways to become part of the local community as a way to make your presence known, but to also give back to the area where you are based... View More
motivated
Jan. 5 2016
It’s easy to forget how difficult it can be for someone to move their body in a way that it has never moved. Keeping them motivated is important if you're to keep them moving... View More
ThinkstockPhotos-481183506
Dec. 17 2015
captioncredit 2016 Columnist Bios Michelle Blakely Michelle Blakely is the owner of Blakely FIT, Inc., Strength Training Exclusively for Women, a public speaker and the author of the Friday Quickie blog.... View More
Nov. 9 2015
I like to think of my strength training as doing and my yoga as undoing. I seek balance when comes to strength and flexibility. When our strength overpowers our flexibility, tension is the result. When... View More
2724
June 10 2015
It's hard not to feel like the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland these days in the fitness industry... View More
fitnessMindset
Oct. 14 2014
Have you ever felt burdened by the frustration of your training and nutrition programs not being enough for your clients?... View More
Yoga_Trauma
July 1 2014
Yoga inherently acts as a powerful medicine for the mind. This is why yoga is so good for treating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)... View More
Sept. 1 2012
Do your clients have repetitive use or chronic injuries? Are your routines becoming stale? Do you want to mix up the tools you offer your clients? Have your clients asked you about yoga? Are they curious... View More
Sept. 1 2012
The business of fitness involves much more than helping people attain the perfect physique. Any industry professional knows it takes considerable focus on balancing a variety of elements to create a healthy... View More
Sept. 1 2012
A few months ago you may have seen an image that went viral on Facebook (among fitness professionals, anyway) that presented a parody of sorts of the life of a personal trainer. It showed a series of pictures... View More