Aerobics isn’t everyone’s favorite activity, but it’s long been believed that aerobics or cardio were the only exercises that burn fat. Lucky for those who despise cardio, that theory has been debunked!
From working to expand inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in the fitness industry to conducting studies to better understand the barriers related to physical activity, the IHRSA Foundation has accomplished a lot in just the last few months. Here are some of those accomplishments.
Whether it’s enhancing physical fitness, rehabilitating those with neurological conditions, improving mental health, or reducing mortality risk, exercising does it all.
Technology is forever changing, and success in the health and fitness industry means adapting to new products and services to appeal to members.
This week’s roundup features physical activity trends, a walking for a cure event, the launch of a Chinese website to support IHRSA members, and more.
If you can’t make it in-person to IHRSA 2021, you can still join in on the fun from your home or office and access a wealth of resources to help your business thrive.
What the Small Business Administration’s safe harbor legal provisions entail and how these new requirements can help your fitness facility’s loan forgiveness application.
Today, more than ever, the fitness industry is essential to public health. The health of all attending the IHRSA 40th Anniversary International Convention & Trade Show in Dallas, Texas, from October 13-15, is crucial not only for attendees, but also their families back home. Here we dive into our guidelines (as of September 14, 2021) to keep you as healthy as possible during the event!
Although the House Small Business Committee's version of the reconciliation bill doesn't include relief for industries, there's still hope. Work is underway to include relief for hard-hit industries in another package, and EIDL changes are positive for the fitness industry.
The Wall Street Journal featured IHRSA’s CEO Liz Clark, ukactive released positive data for the fitness industry, a new study suggests exercise to reduce mortality in stroke survivors, and more.