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Our ACE Fit videos bring content from our experts to life in bite-sized formats. Registered dietitians demonstrate how to prepare healthy meals for kids and adults, and fitness experts lead participants through a variety of workouts and movements to add to their routines. Our high-definition videos showcase everything from swimming-inspired workouts to top tips for training the abs, functional fitness, routines for time-crunched professionals, cooking demonstrations and more.
This workout focuses on strength, with the inclusion of plyometrics and total body exercises, such as lunges with overhead press, push-ups with a single leg raise and spider walks.
This gymnastics inspired workout was developed by the American Council on Exercise in partnership with Olympic gold medalist and President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Co-chair, Dominique Dawes.
This workout focuses on developing strength, specifically in the lower body with the inclusion of exercises such as dumbbell front squats and glute activation lunges.
This workout alternates between somewhat hard and moderate intensity intervals for a challenging 60 minute ride that focuses on developing endurance.
Share the gift of fitness with someone in your life with three partner-based exercises that you're sure to love.
Up the intensity by combining three great exercises into one challenging move that helps you make the most out of your workouts.
Join ACE's Jonathan Ross and learn how to do planks the right way.
Learn to seamlessly modify these moves to make them easier or more challenging, depending on your fitness level.
Developing good balance is essential when you're training, and it positively impacts your everyday life as well.
ACE's Jessica Matthews shows you some of her favorite moves that she
incorporates into her workouts to help sculpt beach-ready thighs.
With beach and pool weather sneaking up, it's not too early to start thinking about your backside.
Doug Balzarini shows you his top five favorite exercises that he uses when training elite athletes.
Fit Life Articles
Most snacking calories come from high salt, high fat and high calorie processed foods. These snack foods are cheap and convenient, yet they don’t offer much in the way of nutrition. It’s time to spring clean your kitchen and your diet by tossing these three food products...
Knowing how to measure and use your heart rate is essential if you want to get the best results from your exercise program. Here are some tips for using heart rate to identify the most appropriate exercise intensity for your needs and goals.
If gaining weight is your goal, it’s important to do so in a mindful way, paying close attention to both what you eat and how much you eat.