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Foster a Growth Mindset in Your Group Fitness Classes

Our lives are simply an interconnected weave of unique stories that come together to shape our existence. For some, these stories are full of positive emotions and memories. For others their stories carry moments of darkness and despair. But everyone has stories; and often one’s ability in life comes down to

Kids Fitness: Emphasize Effort, Not Achievement

“I can’t do it.” “I don’t know how to do it.” “I don’t like to do that.” These are all statements that we occasionally hear when working with kids during fitness activities. So, as group-fitness instructors, how can we best support kids when they are faced with physical challenges? To

Fit Pros: How to Stay Calm when Teaching

Are you a perfectionist?  Do you get upset when you make a mistake in a class?  Have you told yourself you should never teach again because that class was so horrible?  If so, then you are a real group exercise instructor!! It seems that being a group exercise professional brings with