Ideal Training Adaptation

Understanding that the body & mind is one organism and the thoughtful application of stress and recovery is essential for optimized health & performance.
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Why heart rate training matters

There are many reasons that fitness clubs look to add new technology to their club. But, what are the right reasons to do so? Here is why heart rate training really matters.
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Implementing a profitable heart rate training program

Measuring heart rate in fitness, performance and therapeutic environments is a very powerful and critical tool for understanding training and recovery loads to safely and efficiently achieve health & fitness goals.
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Examples of Training with heart rate technology

We are going to cover four typical training scenarios that have differed goals to illustrate how to coach your clients using heart rate technology.
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Why Should We Measure Heart Rate?

You can think of heart rate like the tachometer on a car. The speedometer shows how fast you are going, but tachometer shows how hard the engine is actually working, no matter what the speed.
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What is the job of a professional personal fitness trainer?

The professional personal fitness trainer/coach is a leader, which helps clients get from their current health/fitness status to the realistic desired state of fitness and health.
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How Does the Body Adapt to Exercise?

The process of adaptation due to stress is known as General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS).
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How to Run an Inclusive Fitness Business Matters and Why It Matters

Inclusivity is imperative for today's fitness businesses -- not just because it's the right thing to do, but also because of its potential to support member recruitment and retention. Learn more about the importance of inclusivity, along with tips for becoming a more inclusive fitness business.
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Finally Some Good News for the Fitness Industry

While all industries have been impacted by COVID-19, the fitness industry has born the brunt of it. Now comes research from Norway saying that health clubs aren’t at heightened risk for spreading the virus as long as they adhere to health and safety protocols.
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