Blogs about IDEA World

Monday, February 17, 2014 • Houston, TX 77057
Focus Fitness Blog
The determination on this client of mine is like nothing ive ever seen! She came to me wanting to lose weight and tone up... I had no idea how much she would actually put into it but I was ready to run if she was.Day one came and it wasnt looking good... barely a 20 second plank (on the forearms) and 20 squats and she had taken a seat.3 months later..She has bought 3 new pairs each one 2 sizes smaller than the last.She flips 500lb tires.She can do L sits on the parallel bars and is well on her way to doing pullups.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013 • Glendale, CA 91207
Jesika Bourgeois Health and Fitness Blog
 I have been an IDEA member since 2005 and have been attending the yearly conventions there after.  What amazes me the most, is that year after year, I count down the days to the convention, and get so bummed when the final day has come and gone.This year, we had over 8,000 attendees from all over the world and over 360 educational sessions.  The greatest challenge for an attendee is what classes to choose because there are so many excellent presenters.My strategic planning is as follows:
Wednesday, March 06, 2013 • Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
Beth Yauger's Blog
 I attended my first IDEA pti EAST Conference this past weekend and was thrilled to learn from and work out with industry leaders Todd Durkin, Rodney Corn, Pete Holman, Fraser Quelsh, Shannon Fable, Fabio Comana, Mitch Batkin, Len Kravitz, Hayley Hollander and Pete McCall. The lectures were chock full of new and exciting ideas, as well as tried and true methodology, and were beyond inspiring. Todd Durkin’s “Blueprint for Success” was inspirational and fun and the takeaway from that session was huge.
Friday, July 13, 2012 • Raleigh, NC 27612-3431
Karin Singleton's Blog
 30 years of IDEA … I have been part of the last 17 of it. I can say without exaggeration that the conferences I have attended have very much shaped what I do as a personal trainer. Being exposed to so many ways of looking at the body and being able to pick my own vantage point has made me the trainer I am today.