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  • Adults are considered overweight or obese 68.8%
  • Adults DON’T Get Recommended Exercise 80%
  • More Likely to Workout if you have a Partner 85%
  • Clients Reach target Goals 95%
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Meet Alex Isaly...

Alex has truly impacted the health and fitness industry over the last 20 years as the creator of several national group fitness programs, international presenter and keynote speaker, author, lead trainer for several online digital platforms, fitness consultant for Fortune 500 companies, certified nutritionist, certified group fitness instructor, personal trainer and endurance athlete. He is the National Group Programming Developer for Life Time Fitness and co-creator of the Spartan Strong, WTRX and Kettlebell Kombine Signature Programs. He has served as the creator and lead trainer for the KettleWorX at-home kettlebell workout series, Master Trainer for NBC Radius Fitness, Master Trainer and content developer for Endless Pools and the Lead Trainer for the internationally known fitness App from Brazil called BTFit. Alex currently sits on the IDEA Health and Fitness Association’s Group Exercise Advisory Board and was a VIP founding member of the Men’s Health Fitness Council. He has presented at several nationally known fitness conventions, such as IDEA World, SCW, EMPOWER! Fitness, IHRSA, DCAC, The FitExpo, and RIMINI Wellness (Rimini, Italy). In 2018 he was the recipient of the EMPOWER! Presenter of the Year award. Alex has been featured on the NBC Sports Network, The TODAY Show, Discovery Channel, Hallmark’s Home and Family, CBS’s The Talk, Jimmy Kimmel Live, King 5 NBC Good Day Seattle, ABC News Network, CNN News Network. He has also been featured and is a regular contributor to several national publications, such as Men’s Health, SHAPE, Men’s Fitness, OXYGEN Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Experience Life, and American Fitness.
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Planning/Communicating Your Riding Goals in a Cycling Class by Alex Isaly for AFAA/NASM

An indoor cycling class experience should be more than just pedaling on a stationary bike while listening to high energy music and getting in a great workout. Don’t get me wrong; these are big reasons why your riders show up, but once they are there let’s put some purpose behind their ride. By establishing and communicating specific goals it can take the ride to a different level and experience. Goals provide focus, give purpose and outline a direction for both the rider and the instructor. Click here for the full... read more

How to Motivate and Inspire Group Fitness Class Participants by Alex Isaly for AFAA/NASM

Having an authentic connection with your participants is absolutely essential when it comes to delivering a great group fitness class experience. So how do you do this? One way is through motivation and inspiration. What makes group fitness so unique is that it fosters an environment that brings people together with different fitness levels, goals and purposes. Click here for the full... read more

Pool Workouts by Alex Isaly for AskMen

Water creates constant resistance in all directions, challenging your coordination and forcing you to slow down and focus on the quality of your movements, says Alex Isaly, national group programming developer for Life Time Fitness and co-creator of Spartan Strong.  Click here to read the full... read more

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Headed home after spending 3 amazing days in Gothenburg, Sweden. 9 different countries were represented at the @procedos event. Not only did I get a chance to train on some new innovative equipment and deepen my knowledge about how the human body moves, I also met some amazing individuals from all over the world that I will always call my friends. Even though we all came in with different backgrounds we have one thing in common and that’s to share our passion to get the world to move! One word to sum up the weekend: INSPIRING! #procedos @ Göteborg Landvetter Airport ... See MoreSee Less

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The last 10 years in the fitness industry have been an incredible journey for me. I’ve enjoyed every second of it...including the most challenging times. I’ve met some of the most amazing people, worked on the best projects and traveled the world. The next stop on the way is Sweden for the next few days. I’m incredibly grateful to get invited to participate and check out the international launch of a new fitness product. #procedos #sweden #fitnessproductlaunch ... See MoreSee Less

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Doctors report: I was diagnosed with a severe allergic reaction to something in the dessert air (other riders were also complaining with eye issues so I wasn’t the only one). At some point during the middle of the night I started losing my vision. On my last lap I had absolutely zero vision in my right eye (I was essentially blind in that eye). My left eye I had about 20% vision. I could only really see about 10 feet in front of me. The last lap was the worst. I actually crashed on my bike. I was coming up on a right turn I’d been doing all night. It was pitch black with only a marker on the side of the road noting it was coming. Because I couldn’t see out of that eye I cut the turn too short and went in to the sand bank off the berm about 15 mph. I was on my side before I even knew what happened. Thank god it was in very soft sand so I didn’t hurt myself. After getting back on the bike to keep racing I was having issues with oncoming car’s headlights. All I could see was a big halo and a blurry streak across the road. I had no depth perception and the only reference I had on the road that I could see was the white line. It just got way too unsafe to keep going. Physically I felt great and was on track to hit my goal of 400 miles. But that’s just how things go. Something that was just completely out of my control. I’ve learned during these ultra races to expect the unexpected and that there are just some things you have absolutely no control over. Overall it was an awesome experience. Just rolling up to the start line with some of fastest 24 Hour Time Trial racers in the world was worth every second of the race. I’m back home and on some meds. My vision is coming back and I should be back to 100% normal vision by tomorrow. Lastly, I want to give a massive thank you to my family first and foremost for enabling me to do these crazy races and these two people, Jayne Sabo and Chris Marsh, who were my support crew at the race. If it wasn’t for them there’s no way I would have been able to get as far as I did. And thank you to everyone who reached out after the previous post to check in on me. Love all of you guys. The journey continues... ... See MoreSee Less

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