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“Your Why” makes all the difference - Workout

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This article is brought to you by EREPS Ambassador Rocco Venizelos

Our body is probably one of the most amazing existing systems. So many different processes take place within it on a daily basis so it can maintain its homeostasis. It does not fancy change as much as we don’t. Whenever there is an incoming stimuli though, our body responds, evolves and then finds its balance after the new information it has received.

What to Eat and Drink Before and After HIIT Workouts

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This article is brought to you by our friends from the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) has become hugely popular thanks to real results in shorter periods of time and extensive benefits. With busy schedules the norm, it’s no wonder so many clients and potential clients are now seeking out these kinds of workouts.

The Benefits of Unilateral Training

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This article is brought to you by our friends from the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

Ask a new client about his or her goals and the answer is often along the lines of, “lose weight and tone up.” Meeting the first goal is relatively straight forward—adhering to an exercise program to increase energy expenditure while following proper nutritional intake should result in weight loss. Addressing the second goal, however, requires educating your clients about what it really means to “tone up.”

5 Ways to Stay on Top of your Game as a Group Fitness Instructor

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Teaching group fitness is a fun thing to do, but it’s also a job with great responsibilities. Any EREPS registered Group Fitness Instructor will tell you just that. Seeing the same people doing the same thing all the time can also be exhausting, not to mention the risk of overuse injury for yourself. Here are 5 ways to make sure you can stay on top of your game – and fully enjoy being a professional that is actively changing lives.

Circuit-type neuromuscular training

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A scientific research led by Alexis Batrakoulis, EuropeActive member of the Professional Standards Committee, about a clinical trial that integrates science and practical application in the health and fitness industry aiming to investigate a novel exercise training program for sedentary women with obesity.

It researched the effects of a high intensity, circuit-type integrated neuromuscular training on energy balance and body mass and fat in obese women.