The National Exercise Trainers Association (NETA) Receives Re-Accreditation of its Personal Trainer and Group Exercise Instructor Certification Programs from the National Commission for Certifying
The coronavirus pandemic has had a major effect on all areas of people’s lives, and physical activity levels are no exception. Recent studies show that the pandemic and associated lockdowns prompted
The first six months of 2021 have come and gone. Most of us at NETA are scratching our heads and wondering where the time has gone - we're half through the year already! After the uncertainty of 2020
Wow, what a year. This week marks one year since the world seemed to be turned upside down and inside out. At the beginning of the pandemic, no one could predict the challenges that were ahead of us.
Have you attended a NETA workshop and thought, "I'd love to do that!" You're in luck! NETA is looking to add to our team of national presenters. Our team of trainers is a group of exceptionally
NETA is currently accepting applications to fill several upcoming vacancies on the NETA Certification Board (NETA-CB). The purpose of the NETA-CB is to advance the field of health, wellness, and
Research shows that 90% of people report painful and limiting musculoskeletal conditions affecting the success of their workouts.4 In response to this need corrective exercise is booming with fitness
The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans is an essential resource for health and fitness professionals. The original edition includes recommendations for Americans ages 6 years and over -
As fitness professionals, we are well aware of the many benefits exercise provides beyond burning calories. A good exercise program can help your clients meet their goals and feel better all-around,
Do incentive-based fitness programs really help us meet our health and fitness goals? It’s psych 101: when we reward ourselves for good behavior, we are more likely to continue the good behavior.