ANKLE SPRAIN

Ankle Sprain Risk Test

Read about this simple test to predict your risk of an ankle sprain. Consider doing an “ankle screening” at your facility – and then following up to show increased ankle stability after 3 or 6 months of regular participation in willPower classes.

Diabetic Foot

Barefoot Objections: Diabetic Foot

Students and instructors express their concern regarding the diabetic foot. Read on to learn about this serious condition, and how to manage this concern in your willPower class.

willPower FOOT WORK

What About the 5th Toe?

The wlllPower Method® pays CLOSE attention to all 5 toes, including the 5th – during Sole Training (both massage and standing sequence) as well as (Phase 2) the full body exercises.

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IGNITE® Basics: Classroom Management

Like all willPower Method® programs, you manage the space so that you’re are working in an organized formation. In willPower IGNITE® this begins with the placement of your mat.

Ben Breathless

Get Breathless, Baby

wP&g® is typically taught as steady-state cardio- endurance. But changing to a cardio-interval workout is an interesting way to keep the workout fresh, and a smart way to challenge your advanced students.

BARRE_ONE

Barre-Fusion®: Reap the Benefits

What makes Barre-Fusion® different from the rest? Feel good about this new program you are teaching ad EDUCATE your students about what sets us apart. Knowledge is Power!

REVERSE ROTATION | The willPower Method®

Manual & DVD Update: Reverse Rotation

In our Phase I Manual, we do not offer a Level 2 or Level 3 progression for this exercise. Now we have one for you to use in your class this week.

BARRE THREE

Barre-Fusion®: Class Introduction

You never get a second chance to make a first impression! The intro to your Barre-Fusion® class is important to prepare your students. If you prepare their expectations, you can deliver 100%!

willPower IGNTIE® preclass

The Importance of National Certification

If you ask your clients to put their hands behind their head during a squat, you might notice an excessive curve in their lower backs. Is that safe or not safe?