Tips for Coaching Mixed Level Group Fitness Classes

Coaching mixed level group fitness classes can be challenging. Use these tips to elevate your coaching and make all participants feel like superstars!

3 Tips for Motivating Small Group Fitness Classes

Schedules change and life happens, how do you react when class sizes start to dwindle? Inspire those who are there versus being upset about those who aren't.

Ditch Modifications In Your Group Fitness Classes (Yup, you read that right!)

Help everyone feel successful in your group fitness classes by ditching modifications and instead coaching to all levels through progressive cues.

3 Reasons to Stop Saying “Engage Your Core” as a Coaching Cue

What do instructors mean when they say "Engage your core"? Hear from instructors, and learn why we should eliminate this cue from our coaching vocabulary.

Foster a Growth Mindset in Your Group Fitness Classes

Coach your participants in a way that fosters letting go of stories that no longer serve them. Understand different mindsets and the fear of failure complex.

Is High Intensity Always Best? Heart Rate Variability & Readiness Training

Learn how monitoring heart rate variability not only helps you reach peak athletic performance but ensures you are doing it in a healthy sustainable way.

Are You Guilty of These 3 Common Coaching Faults?

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.

How to Be a Coach in Your Group Fitness Class

Three tips from Leslee Bender on how to transition from being a performer to being a coach in your group exercise classes.

Everyone is Watching – Reactions Matter

"Sh*t happens". It's about how you react in the moment that matters to the participants in your group exercise classes. Discover if you're Mariah or Jimmy?

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 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.

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.

Understanding the Group Fitness Athlete

Rethink your definition of an athlete and look at your group exercise class as a team of 5 different types of athletes.

Fit Pros: 7 Tips to Elevate Your Coaching Skills

Be willing to push yourself out of your comfort zones and become a better group exercise coach using these 7 tips.

Write Your Best Group Fitness Class Introduction

Hook your participants in from the beginning and let them know what to expect from your group ex class.

Fit Pros: Understand How to Train Auditory Learners

Can you communicate with an auditory learner in your Group Exercise Classs?

Elevate the Group Fitness Experience

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