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How Sugar Affects Your Body

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How to Relieve Foot Pain Using Myofascial Release

October 15, 2014, 12:00AM PT in Fitnovatives Blog | Foot pain affects nearly all people at one time or another and it can negatively affect one’s quality of life and ability to enjoy workouts and/or maintain a regular program of exercise. In this exclusive ACE video, biomechanics expert Justin Price explains how a […]

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The ACE Integrated Fitness Training® (ACE IFT®) Model for Obesity

October 6, 2014, 12:00AM PT in Fitnovatives Blog | The ACE IFT Model for Obesity was designed to help trainers know how to effectively start training an obese client based on his or her current movement skills, and how to recognize common compensation patterns and providing appropriate exercise solutions. These clients will typically […]

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The Surprising Reason You May Not Be Getting Results

If you work out and “eat right,” you may still be frustrated by a lack of results. There is a very surprising possible reason why and it concerns the placebo effect–or more accurately, the “nocebo” effect. The right combination of exercise and nutrition–applying the right physiology to the problem–is usually enough to […]

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8 Signs You’re Meant to Be a Health Coach

Have you been considering expanding your career or starting a new one altogether? If you find yourself drawn to the health coaching profession, chances are you possess certain characteristics that inspire you to want to help other live their most fit lives. Here are eight signs that you were meant to be a […]

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The Routine Of The Training

In order to be effective, fitness training must be well assimilated and personalized. The process of learning and mastering the exercises properly takes a lot of time. Many of the movements must be practiced until they become automatisms; this way, the focus will be on the muscles that are worked out and on intensity of […]

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Finding The “Why” behind Your Clients’ Goals

What do babies, cigarettes and exercise all have in common? Motivation. No one has babies, smokes cigarettes or exercises consistently unless motivation makes each of them appealing. What gets you out of bed in the morning? Not your alarm clock, the dog licking your face or the child tugging on your arm. […]

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Four Signs You’re Meant to Be a Personal Trainer

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment of fitness workers is projected to increase by 13 percent between 2012 and 2022. This is encouraging news, considering the country’s recent economic downturn. Accordingly, a career path that continues to see growth during hard economic times suggests a certain level of job security for […]

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Train Smarter with Fitwall: A High-Intensity Interval Training Workout

August 19, 2014, 12:00AM PT in Fitnovatives Blog | Have you experienced Fitwall yet? Fitwall’s Director of Training and National Head Coach Clifton Harski shows ACE’s Anthony Wall how to “Train Smarter” using Fitwall’s unique combination of high-intensity interval training plus continuous biofeedback via heart-rate monitors and mounted iPADs. Check out this abbreviated […]

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Nutrition Tips to Protect Your Body against Chronic Inflammation

Inflammation is a hot topic in health and fitness these days. You’re probably most familiar with the kind of inflammation that accompanies a small sports injury. For example, perhaps your ankle swelled after twisting it. That swelling is an example of “acute” inflammation, which helps protect and heal the body after an injury […]

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