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Group Fitness out the Box
We are pleased to have the opportunity of airing this interview which took place in 2011. It's always a pleasure to talk to other group fitness instructors.
Even though it seems a challenge for instructors to stay on the topic of the business of group fitness, that is the focus of this show.
Do you currently teach group fitness classes?
How long have you been in the business?
How did you get your start?
How is your body holding up?
What do you do to stay healthy as a group fitness instructor?
What advice do you have, if any, for those in the business?
What are your specialties?
Have you developed a group fitness format?
If you would like to be a guest on our show, please contact MindBody Group Fitness Arts Foundation on Facebook. Give us a like while you're there and get the latest relevant information about this business of group fitness. Or submit your request via email: email@example.com.
Professional or Unprofessional
Annamarie House, with over 20 years of experience in the field or group fitness, talks today about putting professional in your career as a group fitness instructor.
What are some characteristics of a professional group fitness instructor vs an unprofessional instructor? Can you tell a newbie from a seasoned instructor? Join the conversation and post your comments on the show. Feedback is always appreciated!
Join the conversation:
One thing most fitness professionals have in common - we love to talk. Well, here's your chance. Let's chat professional to professional. What is going on?
Question the future:
What do you see in your crystal ball for your career in group fitness? Do you see yourself getting certified in more formats or areas of health and fitness? Does more education, training and certificates a better fitness professional make? How are you expressing your passion for this business of fitness? What classes do you teach? What new formats do you want to introduce to the world?
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Raina Casarez is a seasoned fitness professional specializing in the art of group fitness as synchronized movement.
"I love networking and I love talking to other people who speak my language: BPM's, intensity level, target heartrate, reps, yeah!"
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Your weekly source for fitness and nutrition information. Tips for helping you live and healthy and happy life.
Join us as we talk with West Chester University Fitness Coordinator, Michele Ford as she shares her expertise in leading a strong group fitness program, advice she gives young people who want to get into the fitness world and more.
The Whatcha Got 2 Lose talk show presents... What about Group Fitness... Sherwood Grant will share vital information in regards to taking care of the World's Greatest Creation the "HUMAN BODY". He invites you to share your views and to stimulate questions to explore how ones spirituality can be used to guide them to a healthier lifestyle.
If you want the truth to be sugar-coated, then you're on the wrong station, because here we seek Truth and will challenge what we've been socialized to believe as Truth.
So tune in every Sunday at 7pm CST for re-broadcast, new show coming soon. Relax and get ready to take your health to the next level with the Whatcha Got 2 Lose talk show, a place where change is imminent.
When I got into the business of Group Fitness, believe me, I still had a 9 to 5 job. It just evolved from being 'just for the fun of it' to 'making Group Fitness a career and business'. And what are the choices now for the Group Fitness Professional Instructor in 2011 and beyond? What do you want them to be? Personally, to continue as a Group Fitness Professional Instructor as I age, I have designed a model I tailored to feet my needs. It had to work with where I am in my life now - physically for sure. I've given up the kickboxing and traded in the salsaerobics for Tai Chi and Qigong. And the Wii, of course. I've been suffering from the little known BuBS - Beat up Body Syndrome. I hurt all over all the time, most days. I remember one of my clients saying to me, "I live in pain" and I heard "I live in Payne." And I'm thinking "Illinois, where is Payne" and almost asked before I realized what she was really saying. Hahaha! I don't live in pain, I generally release it and listen to my body more carefully. Pain does get your attention, doesn't it? But you know, you don't have to push past or through pain. That's definitely how I did it and I admit to doing it the HARD way! Now, I'm ready to do it the fun and collaborative way. Not only is it time for a new fitness model, but a new business model for the business of fitness. Join in the discussion. Call or chat in the chat room.
The Group Fitness industry is in flux at this very moment. So much energy is flowing. Did you catch passionate and energetic Annamarie on Tuesday? She has graciously agreed to be Tuesdays Guest Host. You can be a Guest Host as well. You want to try, let's set up an interview. I'd love to hear about your fitness journey, how it has transformed you and your lifestyle, what your passion is, what your mission is and all that stuff. It's all about collaboration and sharing and working less and playing more. Less stress and a balanced approach to your fitness regime as well as your classes.
MindBody Group Fitness Arts Foundation is the sponsor of Virtual Fitness Wii FAB. The mission of this foundation is to recruit, train, nurture and promote Group Fitness Professional Instructors (GFPI's). Here's what the team at MindBody Group Fitness Arts offers: speciality formats, team training, income while training, flexible training and performance schedules, increased income while teaching, branding, duplicable business model, creatively evolving supportive community. And so much more. So I sound like a commercial, but I'm excited. I'm ready to re-enter the playing field of group fitness. There is a great demand for GFPI's and we need people to step up to the plate and commit to loving on themselves with some fun physical activity and to share the power of community. We are the nurses in the fitness field. We care for every body. Chat room open and call-ins welcome.
Jesse Stoddard, fitness boot camp business coach, personal trainer, and author featured in CNN Money, discusses hosts this exclusive interview with fitness experts and trainers who run successful fitness boot camp companies to disover why some personal trainers fail and others succeed.
This episode features the well-known and highly regarded fitness expert Georgette Pann, owner of NutriFitness Bootcamps, the founder of Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Club, and creator of the famous Sure Victory Boot Camp Business in a Box program.
In this episode the two seasoned vets explore the topics of starting a personal training business and boot camp, common pitfalls, how to overcvome the obstacles, and how to utilize better strategies for marketing and growing a successful boot camp business.
Fitness Benefits For Teens
Teens and young adults, both male and female, benefit from physical activity.
Physical activity does not need to be strenuous to be beneficial.
Moderate amounts of daily physical activity are recommended for people of all ages. This amount can be obtained in longer sessions of moderately intense activities, such as brisk walking for 30 minutes, or in shorter sessions of more intense activities, such as jogging or playing basketball for 15-20 minutes.
Greater amounts of physical activity are even more beneficial, up to a point. Excessive amounts of physical activity can lead to injuries, menstrual abnormalities, and bone weakening.
Nearly half of American youths aged 12-21 years are not vigorously active on a regular basis. About 14 percent of young people report no recent physical activity. Inactivity is more common among females (14%) than males (7%) and among black females (21%) than white females (12%).
Participation in all types of physical activity declines strikingly as age or grade in school increases.
Only 19 percent of all high school students are physically active for 20 minutes or more, five days a week, in physical education classes.
Daily enrollment in physical education classes dropped from 42 percent to 25 percent among high school students between 1991 and 1995.
Well designed school-based interventions directed at increasing physical activity in physical education classes have been shown to be effective.
Social support from family and friends has been consistently and positively related to regular physical activity.
SUAT is back on air! Tonight, we will discuss Firefighter FItness and Nutrition. Feel free to call in, and offer input. We like our current use of the "Around The Kitchen Table" layout. We intend on continuing this layout, and making it feel like a firehouse! We would rather talk it out like Brothers/Sisters do! Please feel free to tune in, share, and call into our admins for some input on what you do in the firehouse to keep you and your crew healthy. Help us pre-plan ourselves, and WORK HARD to keep us safe and healthy.
Charlie Memoli - Health Coach, Nutrition Advocate - Lieutenant/EMT - 14 Years of Service
Mack McMullen - Fitness/Work-out Advocate - Engineer/Acting Lieutenant/EMT - 12 Years of Service
NOTE: SUAT does not intend to belitlle, judge, or criticze any department's tactics, procedures, or guidelines. We're not here to bang on each other, just to learn and make ourselves better firefighters.
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