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All the Right Moves: Introducing Better Form in Group X Classes
Fitness Professionals | 1/9/2012

FitPro guides you through six common conditioning moves that can fall prey to incorrect technique, and introduces some general recommendations for better form.

Group Training Dos and Don’ts
Sherri McMillan | 7/1/2005

Group training sounds smart on paper, but how do you really make it work – for you and your participants?

Heart Rate Monitoring for Group Exercise Classes
Paul Robbins | 2/1/2002 | Exercise Science

Following Paul Robbins' cardiovascular programming series, this piece explores the challenges of achieving long-term RESULTS in a group training environment, and gives us some clear scientific guidelines for designing classes to break through client plateaus!

Circuit Training Variations - Part 2
Dr. Rob Orr | 4/1/2004

Catch your breath and dig into the next round of awesome circuit variations with Rob Orr!

Circuit Training Variations - Part 1
Dr. Rob Orr | 12/18/2003

Super stimulate the mind and body with Rob Orr’s 15 circuit training workout variations!

The Core of the Matter
Carl Petersen | 2/3/2011

Looking to add to your training regimes and work the upper and lower core muscle systems at the same time? Consider using a stability ball and stretch bands to do exercises that challenge your balance to help keep you fit to perform.

Fatigue and Recovery in Aerobic Exercise
Paul Batman | 12/29/2010 | Exercise Science

What really causes fatigue? Learn the basics of fatigue and helpful recovery techniques from fitness expert Paul Batman.

Are you Ready to Run Boot Camps?
Rachel Holmes | 12/21/2010
Do you have the tools and know-how to run a group fitness boot camp? Find out from fitness expert Rachel Holmes.
Shoulders, Core and Legs: Keys to Great Throwing and Striking Sports Performance in Female Athletes
LaRue Cook | 3/18/2010

If you train female athletes who throw or strike a ball while performing their sport, you need to take the steps to develop the proper strength and power for them to be effective on the field or court and to reduce their risk of injury.

Better Platform = Better Athlete
Carl Petersen | 10/20/2009
Doing different types of bridging work will help your group exercise participants to switch on their core, while adding in different resisted movements will ensure they develop a better platform, keeping them fit to play and perform.