Upcoming Speciality Live Virtual Workshops
MedFit LEAP (Live Education Accelerator Program) Workshops are live, virtual 2-day workshops of some of MedFit Classroom's most popular online courses. LEAP Workshops are a fantastic opportunity to learn the material live with the course author! You'll get the opportunity to ask questions and learn with other students.

Upcoming LEAP Workshops

  • February 20-21: Parkinson’s Fitness Specialist
  • March 5-6: Multiple Sclerosis Fitness Specialist
  • March 12-13: Osteoporosis Fitness Specialist

Save 30% on any of the upcoming LEAP Workshops. Use coupon code MEDFIT30 at checkout.

If you prefer to complete an online self-study course at your own pace, check out MedFit Classroom's Online Courses.
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 February
  • Hardiness of Heart: Top 10 Tips
  • Blame: Excuses Clients Make for Not Exercising and Solutions to Retrain Their Behaviors
  • Cumulative Trauma: The Working From Home Epidemic
  • Creating A Belief Road Map for You & Your Clients

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.
Congrats to the 2020 MedFit Pros of the Year!
...and congrats to the January 2021 Pro 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.
Delicious Medicine with The Naturopathic Chef
This month's question for "The Medicine Chef" Tina Martini:

Question: I would love to impress a new friend with a romantic and fancy dessert on Valentine's Day. Here are my challenges: I don't cook or bake, and I am in training for a competition, so no high-fat foods (well, very limited). 

Tina's Answer: Pears are a perfect dessert for you because they are so high in fiber and contain antioxidants to help you with recovery. The sweetness is easy to control, and you can garnish with cashew cream instead of dairy if you wish. The poaching liquid is great for both you and your friend's hearts, and the romance factor is high with the beautiful, natural colors of the dish. Check out my recipe Red Wine Poached Pears with Vanilla Mascarpone on the MFN blog. Here's to a long and loving life! 
To submit a nutrition question to Tina, click here
Education Spotlight
Z-HEALTH: Embracing the power of Brain-Based Training
Z-Health is an integrated curriculum designed for rising, top 1% professionals who want to successfully blend the functional neurology of pain relief and performance enhancement into their work.

MFN members save!
MFN professional members receive a $600 discount on the "Essentials of Elite Performance" course. (You pay $197. Regular price $797!). Use coupon code MEDFITEEP during checkout to get your discount!

Designed as an introduction into the neurocentric approach to rehabilitation, pain relief and performance enhancement, the Essentials of Elite Performance (EEP) course offers a practical, hands-on, personal experience for participants. It is intended to offer a broad overview of many vital academic and practical concepts and principles that you will use every day with your clients or for your own training.
From the MFN Blog
Are You Asking the Right Questions of Your Geriatric Clients?
Holly Benson, Owner, Moving Strong Medical Exercise

"In the world of medical and mainstream fitness, assessment methods and tools abound. We like to pre-test and post-test and record our findings to show positive change toward the betterment of our clients’ general health. But what about their well-being? Are we asking them how they are really doing on that day and in general? Should we probe further or would that be invasive and make our older client feel uncomfortable and possibly interrogated? "
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