Professional Articles

Don’t Be Blinded by Your Own Ego
The most successful people never stop learning. When a person becomes a committed lifelong learner, others will seek his or her teachings.
Nathan Jamail
Turbulent Waters
As fitness professionals, there will be times when we will have to make our decision to speak up, comply, negotiate, or even walk away.
Tara Palmer
Adaptive Aquatics
Teaching a child or an adult with a disability to swim can be very rewarding, both to the participant and the instructor.
Brendan Tedrick, MS
Exercise should have purpose. Explain to your participants WHY they are doing a specific exercise, as well as the benefits involved.
Pauline Ivens, MS
Cardiorespiratory Fitness Should be Considered a Vital Sign
Medical professionals should review their patients’ aerobic fitness — just as they do other vital signs — to help people manage their health.
Professor Lenny Kaminsky
Is It Past Time to Reprogram the Software in Your Brain?
You really can reprogram the “software” in your brain. This article offers a few tips to point you in the right direction.
Carol Talbot
Remembering Dody Carlisle
Remembering Dody Carlisle
Liz Waters
Remembering Ouida Selby – a True “Water Baby”
We are saddened by the loss of one of our AEA Family Members
Lori Templeman
Building Bridges to Client and Career Success
Meaningful partnerships are the key to improved credibility and respect.
Dr. Karl Knopf
Rheumatoid Arthritis –Ten Reasons Aquatic Exercise Works!
Aquatic therapy and water exercise can assist individuals with RA to enjoy healthier, happier and more actives lives.
Matthew Hersh
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