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ProSource: July 2015
ProSource: July 2015

Get Inspired! 8 Tips For Group Fitness Instructors

By Amanda Vogel
Teaching group fitness is both rewarding and challenging, and you can take comfort in knowing that most instructors have been through the ups and downs, too, and have come out on top. How did they do it? Here, top fitness pros share the inspiration, advice and moral support you need to become a happier, more confident group fitness instructor.

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Ready, Set, ElliptiGO!  ACE-commissioned Research Evaluates the ElliptiGO Outdoor Elliptical Machine

Ready, Set, ElliptiGO! ACE-commissioned Research Evaluates the ElliptiGO Outdoor Elliptical Machine

Elliptical cross-trainer machines have steadily ranked among the most popular cardio options among gym-goers, but what about those who prefer to exercise outdoors? The ElliptiGO machine hopes to provide that outdoor option for elliptical devotees. This ACE-commissioned research evaluates whether the relative exercise intensity and energy cost of exercise on the ElliptiGO is sufficient to improve cardiorespiratory fitness and body composition.

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How to Help Clients Who Don’t Respond Positively to an Exercise Program

How to Help Clients Who Don’t Respond Positively to an Exercise Program

By Lance Dalleck, Ph.D.
Have you ever had clients who, no matter how hard they exercised, never seemed to get more fit? A growing body of research suggests that some individuals may not always respond favorably to exercise. Learn about the lifestyle factors that may contribute to an adverse response and how you can design exercise programs that help your clients avoid the frustration that comes from not meeting their health and fitness goals.

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Strengthening Techniques for Alleviating Muscle and Joint Pain (Part 3)

Strengthening Techniques for Alleviating Muscle and Joint Pain (Part 3)

By Justin Price
Designing corrective exercise programs that successfully alleviate muscle and joint pain—a common and debilitating problem—can be a rewarding experience for both you and your clients. In this third and final installment of a three-part series, learn how to progress your corrective exercise strategies and understand when it is appropriate to incorporate strengthening exercises with clients who are experiencing musculoskeletal pain.

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Are We Exacerbating Binge Eating in Our Clients?

Are We Exacerbating Binge Eating in Our Clients?

By Carrie Myers
You may be aware of the signs of more well-known eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia, but chances are high that some of your clients could be struggling with another form of disordered eating called binge eating disorder, or BED. Learn the key features of BED and how you can avoid exacerbating your clients’ struggles and help them find the help they need to overcome this often-unrecognized disorder.

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Study: Which Physical Activities = Better Sleep?

Study: Which Physical Activities = Better Sleep?

When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, are certain types of exercise better than others? For example, how does a long run compare to a round of golf? Is a walk around the block as conducive to good sleep as biking or strength training? Learn which activities researchers identified as having a positive or negative impact on sleep quality.

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