Let’s get our kids more active! Use these 6 tips from an educator and fitness professional to develop successful youth dance, fitness, or sports programs in schools, community centers, and gyms.
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Did you know that ballet dancers have the same cardiovascular demands soccer players, distance runners, and gymnasts? Read more in this research review.
Group exercise instructors can fight childhood obesity and increase physical activity in our youth by teaching exercise classes in the school system.
5 Tips for getting the most out of your participants and having fun in your dance fitness classes.
Dance fitness is fun for participants, but can often be challenging to choreograph as an instructor. Check out these 4 tips for creating easy and fun classes.
No matter which type of HIIT class you are teaching, you can add some fun, function and flexibility with some dance choreography – GRAPEVINE FUN!
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Elevate your skills for leading active older adult and senior group fitness classes with these 10 tips from an industry veteran.
Summer N. Sides shares her story of overtraining syndrome and the long journey it took to admit she had a problem.
Learn about the childhood obesity epidemic and discover how you can fight childhood obesity by leading group fitness classes in the school system.
Schedules change and life happens, how do you react when class sizes start to dwindle? Inspire those who are there versus being upset about those who aren’t.
Help everyone feel successful in your group fitness classes by ditching modifications and instead coaching to all levels through progressive cues.
Barre fitness workouts shape and tone the body using principles of ballet and dance technique, functional strength training, and yoga/pilates. But did you know that the original format had a much sexier undertone? Learn more about Lottie Berk and the original barre fitness!
Going out on your own as a fit pro can be an exciting adventure, but can also fill you with lots of anxiety. Discover how to manage the anxiety of being an entrepreneur in this guest blog.
15 years ago group fitness schedules were filled with step aerobics classes, today many gyms have all but eliminated step from their schedules. Lets take a look at the history of this iconic group fitness format.
Cardio Kick has come and gone, (and come and gone), but what is the future of the cardio kickboxing workout? Has the pre-choreographed formula quashed our creative juices or given us a great place to start?
You thought you were prepared to teach your group exercise class, but your survival kit and technology fail you, here are 4 tips for surviving those horrors.
Kids instinctively play, so let’s capitalize on this concept to hook them with these five basic steps.
It’s time to break down the divide amongst the group exercise community, eliminate the cliques, fight for change in order to UNITE in our mission of fitness
Group fitness instructors hold many of the same responsibilities as classroom educators, yet are not held to the same standards of learning. Why Not?
“Sh*t happens”. It’s about how you react in the moment that matters to the participants in your group exercise classes. Discover if you’re Mariah or Jimmy?
15 things an instructor learned as a ClassPass participant for one month, attending classes in 3 states and 15 studios.
Mirror Neurons are a special class of brain cells that fire not only when someone performs an action but also when someone observes someone else making the same movement.
Get everyone moving in a safe & effective way with these 3 tips for coaching to visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners in group exercise classes.
It is important to focus on a growth mindset when working with kids – one that encourages effort versus intelligence.
So you want to be a fitness professional? Awesome! In this crazy diverse field, check out 5 tips Jessica H. Maurer discovered along her journey.
One group ex instructor shares 5 tips learned when stepping off the stage and back into the class as a participant. Check out to discover ways to be better.
Teach safe barre classes by being educated and understanding false information from popular fads seen in barre fitness classes.