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IFBB endorsement for PROPTA
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 23 Nov 2009
The Professional Private Trainers Association (PROPTA) has won endorsement from the International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB).
Too much training may cause infertility in women
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 23 Nov 2009
Hard training may reduce fertility in women, according to a new study by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Exercise improves body image regardless of results
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 23 Nov 2009
Exercise itself, rather than actual physical fitness, can convince people that they look better, according to a new study from the University of Florida (UF).
Aerobics inhibits harmful visceral fat
BY Helen Patenall | 16 Nov 2009
Aerobic exercise inhibits the accumulation of visceral fat - a dangerous contributor to the development of type 2 diabetes and heart disease - according to a new study published in the medical journal Obesity.
Teenagers 'defying' sunbed cancer risk
BY Pete Hayman | 16 Nov 2009
More than 250,000 young people aged between 11-17 years old are at risk of developing skin cancer by using sunbeds, according to research published by Cancer Research UK.
IHRSA predicts profitable autumn results
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 04 Nov 2009
The health club sector should anticipate a profitable autumn according to the latest Monthly Trends Survey from the International, Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA).
New survey highlights obsession with body image
BY Tim Nash | 03 Nov 2009
A new survey has revealed that 90 per cent of adults believe we care too much about how we look and not enough about how healthy we are.
Health and fitness curbs diabetes
BY Helen Patenall | 03 Nov 2009
Diet and exercise can reduce the risk of contracting diabetes by more than a third in susceptible people according to a new study published in The Lancet.
Balance training good for the elderly
BY Tom Walker | 30 Oct 2009
Simple balance exercises can make a huge difference in preventing older gym members from having slip and fall accidents.
Premier Training in Oman
BY Tom Walker | 23 Oct 2009
Premier Training International has secured a contract to provide health and fitness instructors to Oman.
Government launches new dance campaign
BY Pete Hayman | 15 Oct 2009
A new campaign designed to get 100,000 people more active through dance ahead of the London 2012 Olympics has been launched by the Department of Health (DH).
Fitness sector gains in confidence
BY Tom Walker | 14 Oct 2009
Fitness operators in the public sector are more confident of their future prospects now than they were last year, according to a state of the industry report from sporta.
One-to-one training still top fitness trend
BY Tom Walker | 13 Oct 2009
A report into the trends in personal fitness training by IDEA Health and Fitness has revealed that one-to-one training and small group exercise are the most popular forms of exercise among gym members.
Obesity linked to mental health issues
BY Tom Walker | 09 Oct 2009
People suffering from mental health issues are twice as likely to become obese as those who are not afflicted by mental problems.
Funding to create 2,000 jobs in sport
BY Helen Patenall | 09 Oct 2009
The government has announced that it will create more than 2,000 jobs in the sports and active leisure sectors.
Making it a habit pays off
BY Tom Walker | 28 Sep 2009
Keep your members coming to your gym for more than 66 days straight and your retention levels could rise.
Laughing at yoga
BY Tom Walker | 28 Sep 2009
A typical yoga class involves deep breathing and moments of quietness and tranquility.
Latest Working in Fitness results unveiled
BY Pete Hayman | 24 Sep 2009
SkillsActive, the sector skills council for active learning and leisure has unveiled the results of the sixth Working in Fitness survey.
Marnoch responds to Daily Mail article
BY Tom Walker | 14 Sep 2009
Jean-Ann Marnoch, registrar at the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs), has written an open letter in response to a recent Daily Mail article which questioned the way personal trainers are regulated in the UK.
DC Leisure unveils new 'buddy scheme'
BY Pete Hayman | 03 Sep 2009
DC Leisure is to establish a new Activity Buddy Scheme in partnership with the English Federation of Disability Sports (EFDS) in a bid to increase participation among disabled people.
     
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3896 to 3916 of 3955 news stories
IFBB endorsement for PROPTA
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 23 Nov 2009
The Professional Private Trainers Association (PROPTA) has won endorsement from the International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB).
Too much training may cause infertility in women
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 23 Nov 2009
Hard training may reduce fertility in women, according to a new study by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Exercise improves body image regardless of results
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 23 Nov 2009
Exercise itself, rather than actual physical fitness, can convince people that they look better, according to a new study from the University of Florida (UF).
Aerobics inhibits harmful visceral fat
BY Helen Patenall | 16 Nov 2009
Aerobic exercise inhibits the accumulation of visceral fat - a dangerous contributor to the development of type 2 diabetes and heart disease - according to a new study published in the medical journal Obesity.
Teenagers 'defying' sunbed cancer risk
BY Pete Hayman | 16 Nov 2009
More than 250,000 young people aged between 11-17 years old are at risk of developing skin cancer by using sunbeds, according to research published by Cancer Research UK.
IHRSA predicts profitable autumn results
BY Luke Tuchscherer | 04 Nov 2009
The health club sector should anticipate a profitable autumn according to the latest Monthly Trends Survey from the International, Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA).
New survey highlights obsession with body image
BY Tim Nash | 03 Nov 2009
A new survey has revealed that 90 per cent of adults believe we care too much about how we look and not enough about how healthy we are.
Health and fitness curbs diabetes
BY Helen Patenall | 03 Nov 2009
Diet and exercise can reduce the risk of contracting diabetes by more than a third in susceptible people according to a new study published in The Lancet.
Balance training good for the elderly
BY Tom Walker | 30 Oct 2009
Simple balance exercises can make a huge difference in preventing older gym members from having slip and fall accidents.
Premier Training in Oman
BY Tom Walker | 23 Oct 2009
Premier Training International has secured a contract to provide health and fitness instructors to Oman.
Government launches new dance campaign
BY Pete Hayman | 15 Oct 2009
A new campaign designed to get 100,000 people more active through dance ahead of the London 2012 Olympics has been launched by the Department of Health (DH).
Fitness sector gains in confidence
BY Tom Walker | 14 Oct 2009
Fitness operators in the public sector are more confident of their future prospects now than they were last year, according to a state of the industry report from sporta.
One-to-one training still top fitness trend
BY Tom Walker | 13 Oct 2009
A report into the trends in personal fitness training by IDEA Health and Fitness has revealed that one-to-one training and small group exercise are the most popular forms of exercise among gym members.
Obesity linked to mental health issues
BY Tom Walker | 09 Oct 2009
People suffering from mental health issues are twice as likely to become obese as those who are not afflicted by mental problems.
Funding to create 2,000 jobs in sport
BY Helen Patenall | 09 Oct 2009
The government has announced that it will create more than 2,000 jobs in the sports and active leisure sectors.
Making it a habit pays off
BY Tom Walker | 28 Sep 2009
Keep your members coming to your gym for more than 66 days straight and your retention levels could rise.
Laughing at yoga
BY Tom Walker | 28 Sep 2009
A typical yoga class involves deep breathing and moments of quietness and tranquility.
Latest Working in Fitness results unveiled
BY Pete Hayman | 24 Sep 2009
SkillsActive, the sector skills council for active learning and leisure has unveiled the results of the sixth Working in Fitness survey.
Marnoch responds to Daily Mail article
BY Tom Walker | 14 Sep 2009
Jean-Ann Marnoch, registrar at the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs), has written an open letter in response to a recent Daily Mail article which questioned the way personal trainers are regulated in the UK.
DC Leisure unveils new 'buddy scheme'
BY Pete Hayman | 03 Sep 2009
DC Leisure is to establish a new Activity Buddy Scheme in partnership with the English Federation of Disability Sports (EFDS) in a bid to increase participation among disabled people.
     
 


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