2021 Webinar Series: Free for MFN Members!
MedFit Network members will still continue to receive FREE ACCESS to all MedFit Classroom webinars in 2021.

Upcoming Webinars for April
  • Healing A Broken Heart with Delicious Medicine
  • Using Cerebellar Concepts to Better Individualize Exercise
  • The Truth about Food: Of Science, Sense, and Expert Consensus – And All that Conspires Against Them
  • Eat To Beat Cancer (and COVID)

Free registration for these webinars is available on your MFN account dashboard, or keep your eye open for an email reminder the week before a webinar!
Non-members can purchase webinars on MedFit Classroom. All proceeds support the MedFit Education Foundation.
MedFit Pro of the Month
Congrats to our April Professional of the Month
Nominate yourself or another professional for our MedFit Professional of the Year!

We welcome nominations for professionals who exemplify our mission — to work collaboratively to improve the health of our nation through movement and nutrition.

Each month, one “Professional of the Month” will be chosen. The 12 professionals will be in the running for MedFit Professional of the Year 2021.
Welcome to New Foundation Board Members!
Irene McCormick, MS, joins our Foundation Education Advisory Board

Irene is a multi-award-winning fitness educator and presenter, author, adjunct faculty, fitness consultant and content expert. She was named the 2018 IDEA Fitness Instructor of the Year. She is a Subject Matter Expert for AFAA, NASM and ACE, and has been featured in dozens of DVD’s, articles and podcasts.
Rachele Pojednic, PhD, EdM, joins our Foundation Education Advisory Board

Dr. Pojednic is an Assistant Professor of Nutrition at Simmons University and a research associate at the Institute of Lifestyle Medicine, Harvard Medical School. Her work has a specific focus on physical activity and nutrition interventions for the prevention and treatment of non-communicable chronic disease. 
Education Spotlight: New Specialist Course
Substance Use Disorder affects a huge number of individuals. More than 20 million Americans are diagnosed with Substance Abuse Disorder. And with COVID-19, we have seen an increase in alcohol, drugs, and depression. The right education and empathy can help these individuals post-pandemic.

Research has demonstrated that exercise therapy can help these patients a great deal from improving long-term neurological outcomes to relapse prevention.

There are physiological and psychological considerations you must understand to design and implement successful exercise programs for this population.

MedFit Classroom's newest online course, Drug and Alcohol Recovery Fitness Specialist, will teach you what you need to know.

SAVE 50% until April 4
Use coupon code MFNDARFS during checkout for this exclusive discount!
Regular Price: $479. You’ll pay $239.50 with coupon code. Coupon expires 4/4/21, 11:59pm.
Partner Spotlight: Today’s Geriatric Medicine
Today's Geriatric Medicine is a bi-monthly publication offering a unique perspective on trends, treatments, diagnostic advances, and practice management essentials related to the care of aging patients.

If you're a fitness or health professional working with seniors, you'll want to be subscribed!

Get a FREE print or digital subscription!
From the MFN Blog
Got Oxygen? Empower Clients with Improved Lung Capacity

Emma Spanda Johnson, ACE-certified Medical Exercise Specialist and ERYT-500

"As a longtime yoga instructor, I know that holding our breath is not recommended for seniors. Yet, I often see clients restrict their breathing, while straining to hear me. When we limit oxygen intake, the heart produces distressing symptoms."
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