Jane Needs a Mentor – Tips for New Instructors

Becoming a new group exercise instructor is exciting, until one realizes how much they DIDN'T learn in the weekend course. Finding a mentor can help.

Let Go of the iPod and Train Your Mind!

While music is a key function in many group exercise classes, sometimes letting go on of the iPod and tuning into the body can be the best form of training.

How to Coach Visual Learners: Motor & Mirror Neurons

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.

15 Tips from an Instructor’s Experience as a ClassPass Participant

15 things an instructor learned as a ClassPass participant for one month, attending classes in 3 states and 15 studios.

How to Use Different Cuing to Connect with Everyone in Your Room

Get everyone moving in a safe & effective way with these 3 tips for coaching to visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners in group exercise classes.

“What the Tuck” – Fix that Anatomy in Barre Fitness Classes

Stop compromising the body in barre classes with the crazy tucked pelvis position! It does not allow for neutral posture, ultimately causing risk of injury.

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-Summer Sides,
Founder of GXunited

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