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Best Practices for Teaching Group Fitness Classes

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This article is brought to you by ISSA (International Sports Sciences Association)

A great place for fitness enthusiasts to start a career in fitness is by teaching group fitness classes. There are many different avenues you can take with group exercise, so it's adaptable to varying interests: yoga, indoor cycling, high-intensity interval training, kickboxing, boot camp, Zumba, and more.

8 Reasons Clients Leave Their Trainers & How Up To Your Game

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Ending any kind of relationship is hard—both personally and professionally. Sometimes, there is a good reason for a client and a personal trainer to part ways. However, there are times when issues between a coach and client can be mended or eliminated.
 
If you are aware of the potential issues and take intentional steps to prevent or resolve them, you may be able to reduce client loss.
 

Are you Promoting Social Inclusion through Fitness? #BeInclusive Award

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The European Commission recognises the ability of sport to break down barriers. As with any physical activity, fitness can be a powerful tool to bring together people from all kinds of backgrounds – in particular from disadvantaged groups –  too. The #BeInclusive EU Sport Awards want to highlight and celebrate activities, projects and programmes that do so. 

UK's CIMSPA Directory combines with REPs and will align closely with EREPS

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The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA) and UK Coaching have announced an agreement to combine the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) with the CIMSPA Exercise and Fitness Directory, creating a single directory for exercise and fitness professionals in the UK, which will be closely aligned with the European Register of Exercise Professionals. Sport England CEO, Tim Hollingsworth made the announcement at the CIMSPA & QUEST NBS Conference on 27th February.