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'Community' the future of fitness
BY Tom Walker | 26 Mar 2010
A report by research company Nielsen has predicted rapid changes in the way the fitness industry operates over the next few years.
Exercise maintains metabolic benefits of weight loss
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 25 Mar 2010
Exercising during weight regain following a diet can maintain improvements in metabolic health, according to a new study.
Better results for less training
BY Tom Walker | 22 Mar 2010
A new study has shown that short term, high-intensity interval training can be more effective than traditional types of moderate long-term exercise.
Army forced to change fitness regime
BY Tom Walker | 22 Mar 2010
The US Army has been forced to overhaul its basic training regime – for the first time in 30 years – due to the poor fitness levels of recruits.
WSFF announces women’s fitness events
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 12 Mar 2010
Less than 20 per cent of women are doing enough exercise to benefit their health, according to the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation (WSFF).
Fitness professionals' skills 'not sufficient' for future
BY Tom Walker | 08 Mar 2010
The skillbase of the health and fitness industry's workforce is increasingly emerging as a vital item on the agenda for the Fitness Industry Association (FIA).
Exercise referrals highlighted
BY Tom Walker | 08 Mar 2010
Guildford Spectrum Leisure Complex played host to shadow health minister Anne Milton, the FIA's chief medical officer Dr John Searle, and local consultant cardiologist Dr Edward Leatham at an event designed to highlight the benefits of exercise for health - particularly for rehabilitation.
Genes determine benefit of exercise
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 02 Mar 2010
Genes can reveal how much people will benefit from regular exercise, according to a new study. Researchers from 14 institutions - led by the Pennington Biomedical Research Centre (PBRC) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US - found that exercise doesn’t work equally for everyone.
Exercise can reduce illness anxiety
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 25 Feb 2010
Regular exercise can significantly reduce anxiety related to chronic illness, according to a new study.
Diski dance - the next big thing?
BY Tom Walker | 23 Feb 2010
With the 2010 FIFA World Cup only just around the corner, you might want to get your members into the spirit of things by incorporating some of South Africa's diski dance moves in your exercise classes.
Secret to flat stomach – thin air
BY Tom Walker | 23 Feb 2010
Aside from the steep hills they have to climb, there's another reason why people who live in the mountains have fine figures – the air.
Two forms of nNOS protein required for peak muscle performance
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 23 Feb 2010
Peak muscle performance needs two separate forms of the nNOS protein, according to a new study.
Mind exercise key to overall health
BY Tom Walker | 22 Feb 2010
A study by University of Pennsylvania has found that 'mindfulness training', such as meditation and deep breathing, improves overall mood and health when practised in tandem with physical exercise.
IHRSA's 'green survey' published
BY Martin Nash | 18 Feb 2010
The results of IHRSA's first Green/Sustainability Survey reveal that clubs which invest in eco-friendly measures could see improved retention as a result.
Functional approach for Holmes Place
BY Tom Walker | 09 Feb 2010
Holmes Place Iberia launched functional training in its 28 clubs last month, training more than 80 PTs and kitting the clubs out with medicine balls, kettlebells and suspension training systems.
London Sports Forum gets IFI nod
BY Tom Walker | 09 Feb 2010
The London Development Agency (LDA) has awarded a four-year grant to the London Sports Forum for Disabled People (LSF) to project manage Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI) London.
Leisure-net launches new fitness survey
BY Tom Walker | 08 Feb 2010
A new quarterly survey, designed to gauge the confidence levels of managers working in the fitness industry, will be launched in April.
Low-carb post-exercise meals 'enhance health benefits'
BY Tom Walker | 01 Feb 2010
Eating big meals with smaller carbohydrate contents after aerobic exercise can increase the health benefits of gym sessions.
Fitness opportunities through TAG
BY Tom Walker | 01 Feb 2010
A new six-month programme has been launched as part of the Transforming a Generation (TAG) scheme to create more than 1,000 new jobs within the health and fitness sector for unemployed young people.
Dietary tips for trainers to pass on
BY Tom Walker | 25 Jan 2010
IDEA Health & Fitness Association (IDEA), the world's largest membership organisation for fitness professionals, has published a list of dietary tips for exercise professionals to pass on to their clients.
     
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3815 to 3835 of 3916 news stories
'Community' the future of fitness
BY Tom Walker | 26 Mar 2010
A report by research company Nielsen has predicted rapid changes in the way the fitness industry operates over the next few years.
Exercise maintains metabolic benefits of weight loss
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 25 Mar 2010
Exercising during weight regain following a diet can maintain improvements in metabolic health, according to a new study.
Better results for less training
BY Tom Walker | 22 Mar 2010
A new study has shown that short term, high-intensity interval training can be more effective than traditional types of moderate long-term exercise.
Army forced to change fitness regime
BY Tom Walker | 22 Mar 2010
The US Army has been forced to overhaul its basic training regime – for the first time in 30 years – due to the poor fitness levels of recruits.
WSFF announces women’s fitness events
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 12 Mar 2010
Less than 20 per cent of women are doing enough exercise to benefit their health, according to the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation (WSFF).
Fitness professionals' skills 'not sufficient' for future
BY Tom Walker | 08 Mar 2010
The skillbase of the health and fitness industry's workforce is increasingly emerging as a vital item on the agenda for the Fitness Industry Association (FIA).
Exercise referrals highlighted
BY Tom Walker | 08 Mar 2010
Guildford Spectrum Leisure Complex played host to shadow health minister Anne Milton, the FIA's chief medical officer Dr John Searle, and local consultant cardiologist Dr Edward Leatham at an event designed to highlight the benefits of exercise for health - particularly for rehabilitation.
Genes determine benefit of exercise
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 02 Mar 2010
Genes can reveal how much people will benefit from regular exercise, according to a new study. Researchers from 14 institutions - led by the Pennington Biomedical Research Centre (PBRC) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US - found that exercise doesn’t work equally for everyone.
Exercise can reduce illness anxiety
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 25 Feb 2010
Regular exercise can significantly reduce anxiety related to chronic illness, according to a new study.
Diski dance - the next big thing?
BY Tom Walker | 23 Feb 2010
With the 2010 FIFA World Cup only just around the corner, you might want to get your members into the spirit of things by incorporating some of South Africa's diski dance moves in your exercise classes.
Secret to flat stomach – thin air
BY Tom Walker | 23 Feb 2010
Aside from the steep hills they have to climb, there's another reason why people who live in the mountains have fine figures – the air.
Two forms of nNOS protein required for peak muscle performance
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 23 Feb 2010
Peak muscle performance needs two separate forms of the nNOS protein, according to a new study.
Mind exercise key to overall health
BY Tom Walker | 22 Feb 2010
A study by University of Pennsylvania has found that 'mindfulness training', such as meditation and deep breathing, improves overall mood and health when practised in tandem with physical exercise.
IHRSA's 'green survey' published
BY Martin Nash | 18 Feb 2010
The results of IHRSA's first Green/Sustainability Survey reveal that clubs which invest in eco-friendly measures could see improved retention as a result.
Functional approach for Holmes Place
BY Tom Walker | 09 Feb 2010
Holmes Place Iberia launched functional training in its 28 clubs last month, training more than 80 PTs and kitting the clubs out with medicine balls, kettlebells and suspension training systems.
London Sports Forum gets IFI nod
BY Tom Walker | 09 Feb 2010
The London Development Agency (LDA) has awarded a four-year grant to the London Sports Forum for Disabled People (LSF) to project manage Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI) London.
Leisure-net launches new fitness survey
BY Tom Walker | 08 Feb 2010
A new quarterly survey, designed to gauge the confidence levels of managers working in the fitness industry, will be launched in April.
Low-carb post-exercise meals 'enhance health benefits'
BY Tom Walker | 01 Feb 2010
Eating big meals with smaller carbohydrate contents after aerobic exercise can increase the health benefits of gym sessions.
Fitness opportunities through TAG
BY Tom Walker | 01 Feb 2010
A new six-month programme has been launched as part of the Transforming a Generation (TAG) scheme to create more than 1,000 new jobs within the health and fitness sector for unemployed young people.
Dietary tips for trainers to pass on
BY Tom Walker | 25 Jan 2010
IDEA Health & Fitness Association (IDEA), the world's largest membership organisation for fitness professionals, has published a list of dietary tips for exercise professionals to pass on to their clients.
     
 


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