Let’s get our kids more active! Use these 6 tips from an educator and fitness professional to develop successful youth dance, fitness, or sports programs in schools, community centers, and gyms.
Learn about the childhood obesity epidemic and discover how you can fight childhood obesity by leading group fitness classes in the school system.
Have you ever considered your professionalism as a group exercise instructor? Use this checklist to evaluate and make any needed adjustments.
Kids instinctively play, so let’s capitalize on this concept to hook them with these five basic steps.
Late cues, negative coaching methods, and a focus on only one learning style can all impact a group ex participants experience. Check out tips for success.
Group fitness instructors hold many of the same responsibilities as classroom educators, yet are not held to the same standards of learning. Why Not?
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.
It is important to focus on a growth mindset when working with kids – one that encourages effort versus intelligence.
Tips and tricks from a group ex instructor on keeping your cool in order to cope more effectively during moments of crisis in the fitness studio.
Discover how one facility has successfully been getting kids active with over 40 youth dance classes per week simply by having FUN!
Group exercise instructors can fight childhood obesity and increase physical activity in our youth by teaching exercise classes in the school system.