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ACE Medical Exercise Specialist Certification: A Pathway onto the Healthcare Team

The American Council on Exercise(R) (ACE(R)) is proud to announce the release of the ACE Medical Exercise Specialist Manual, the definitive resource for health and fitness professionals working with special populations. The new manual incorporates the latest science-based assessments and programming from leading experts in clinical and Read more

Fitness Rowers Are The Best

For a complete workout of the body fitness rowers are the best. They exercise the entire body, much in the same that swimming does. Thus it’s a great cardio vascular exercise, which helps to lose the calories as well as tone up the body. The fitness rower uses air as a means of resistance. Fitness […] Read more
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Aerobic Exercise For Weight Loss Can Be Fun

The word aerobic literally means “with oxygen” or “in the presence of oxygen.” Aerobic exercise is any activity that uses large muscle groups, can be maintained continuously for a long period of time and is rhythmic in nature. Aerobic exercises utilize oxygen as the major fuel for sustaining activity for relatively long Read more
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Why Should I Exercise?!

For some, exercise is a passion. For others, it seems to be a four-lettered word, or in this case an eight-letter word. But, it doesn’t have to be a dreaded event. Exercise can be fun. It can mean more than running for hours on the treadmill or climbing the stair master until your legs feel […] Read more

What Everyone Needs To Know About Exercise And Blood Pressure

Although regular aerobic activity is important to the health and wellbeing of everyone, far too many people make the crucial mistake of assuming painful, strenuous workouts are the most productive way to exercise. The startling fact is that moderate exercise – with the prime example being walking – may be an even more effective way Read more

Many of the smallest babies in California not referred for follow-up care, study finds

The tiniest babies need special follow-up care when they go home from the hospital after birth. But, of the thousands of very-low-birth-weight babies born in California during 2010 and 2011, 20 percent were not referred to the state’s high-risk infant follow-up program, according to a new study by researchers at the Stanford University Read more

How To Set Realistic Fitness Goals And Actually Achieve Them

How to set realistic fitness goals and actually achieve them By Tracie Snowder January 14th, 2015 @ 8:17pm Brocreative/Shutterstock.com SALT LAKE CITY Its two weeks into the New Year and the gyms are already emptying out. If youve already gotten off track of your New Years resolutions to get healthy, it might be because you […] Read more

Health Tips For The New Year

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Personal Trainers From The Co-rec Offer Workout Tips For Winter

Jawbone, a consumer technology and wearable products company, analyzed hundreds of thousands of their consumers steps every day for a year and correlated them with weather conditions in their users area. Not surprisingly, they found that as temperatures dropped, so did the level of physical activity. As temperatures in the area continue to slump Read more
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Keys To Fitness

Imagine working your guts out to lose all of your weight, being at the most ideal weight point you have ever experienced, and then just gaining it all back! Horrible right? Believe it or not there are a lot of people out there who have experienced this exact same thing. Not only that, but they […] Read more
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