Articles posted on Mar 22, 2012
How Gyms Can Profit More By Using Fluid Interval Training Instead Of Personal Training or Circuit Tr
1) What are some new personal training/circuit training trends and what type of changes do you see in the future?
Fitness trainers are going to have to find ways to handle multiple clients in an efficient yet still personalized manner. Group fitness classes and Circuit Training aren't personalized enough and exercises get performed incorrectly, while Personal Training is out of most people's budgets. I believe Group Personal Training will accommodate the majority needs, but any groups over 2 or 3 the "personal" attention and customization of the workout gets diminished. In addition, in order to adapt to the changing demographics (the huge influx of 76M baby boomers) personal trainers will have to learn to accommodate the needs and wants of seniors while facing the additional challenge due to their physical limitations. Safety will increase in importance as well as finding more ...
Introducing kids to a healthy lifestyle can be a challenge in our fast food, video game laden society. Thirty minutes once a week in P.E. class isn't nearly enough to maintain the cardiovascular system, much less keep an overall healthy bodyweight. One thing that P.E. class has right though is that classes are fun and they allow kids to socialize. The Fit Express' FIT-4-Kids exercise program along with their specially-made kids exercise equipment gives kids what they need and want.
So little Johnny's not thrilled about running 30 minutes on a treadmill? It's already hard enough for adults, who understand the importance, to exercise on a consistent basis. I've trained children, I can tell you from experience they get distracted and bored even easier. Introducing health and wellness at an early age is important and it's up to us to give them a fun option.
There many ways kids can get ...