Month: January 1970

Addressing Stubborn Back Pain: 5 Exercises that Address the Deep Anatomy

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Mobility, stability and strength are all important factors in having healthy spinal alignment. When working with sedentary or untrained individuals, b…
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Leveraging your ACE Certification to Change Lives

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Many, if not most, employers require exercise professionals to hold a current certification. In addition, exercise professionals often include th…
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What Makes a Great Athletic Coach?

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With 31% of American adults who take part in at least one sport, an expertise in sports conditioning will help you with a wide range of clie…
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7 Ways to Increase Your Client Base and Boost Your Income

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If you’re like many health and fitness professionals, adding more clients—and boosting your income—is a primary goal. Here are seven…
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Exercise Programming Considerations for Clients Who Have Been Successfully Treated for Breast Cancer

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Working with breast cancer survivors can be one of the most rewarding aspects of your career as a health and fitness professional, both personally and…
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6 Benefits of Sub-max Steady-state Exercise

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No one goes to a health club or fitness studio hoping they leave in worse shape than when they arrived. There is one common denominator shared by ever…
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The Politics of a Walkable America

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Walking has been a powerful tool of American politics for at least the past 100 years. Americans have walked (and wheelchair-rolled) to end wars, defe…
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6 Benefits of Using Foam Rollers

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Foam rollers are an effective method of reducing tension and increasing muscle length for either a pre-workout warm-up or post-exercise active recover…
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5 Reasons to Maintain Your Professional Certification

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Learn more about ACE’s NCCA-accredited offerings….
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Exercise for Optimal Brain Function

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With Alzheimer’s disease ranking as the fifth leading cause of death in people over the age of 65 in the United States, it is no wonder it&rsquo…
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