Angela Yochum, MEd Like

Kids Fitness: Emphasize Effort, Not Achievement

It is important to focus on a growth mindset when working with kids - one that encourages effort versus intelligence.
Angela Yochum, MEd Like

Stay Calm when Disaster Strikes as a Fit Pro

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.
Summer N. Sides, M.S. Like

Fit Pros: How to Stay Calm when Teaching

As a group exercise professional we can often beat ourselves up when things go wrong. Here are a few tips for helping you overcome those inner dialogues.
Karyn Kattermann Like

Motivation vs. Discipline and the Onslaught of Burnout

Are you motivated or disciplined? Is one better than the other?
Josh Crosby Like

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.
Christine Gallagher DeFilippis Like

3 Steps to Avoid Burnout as a Group Fitness Instructor

Life is busy, and sometimes maintaining focus for teaching a group exercise class can be difficult. Here are 3 tips to stay on top of your game.
Summer N. Sides, M.S. Like

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.

“I hope we make you challenge the status quo, rethink what you know, and discover new group fitness experiences”

-Summer Sides,
Founder of GXunited

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