ACE Fit Share
At ACE, we recognize fitness goes far beyond physical activity. Achieving your most fit life means achieving fitness both in mind and spirit as well. Our team of exercise physiologists, registered dietitians, behavior psychologists, and health and fitness experts has worked to develop a number of tools to guide you on your fitness journey. Get science-based facts about popular topics, tools and calculators, and even motivation that can help you build the strength, coordination, agility, endurance and balance you need to live your most fit life.
Get the facts on current and popular health and fitness topics in a concise, one-page format, and learn more about how you can use or reproduce ACE Fit Facts.
Give the gift of health and fitness with our downloadable e-coupon books you can either print or send via email. Inspire friends, family or co-workers to incorporate fitness into their way with fun, friendly reminders.
Our podcast 15 Minutes to Wellness features expert guests in health, psychology, medical science, and fitness who can help you identify the small changes you can make that lead big change and long term health and wellness.
Tools & Calculators
Start your fitness journey or take it to the next level with easy-to-use, science based tools and calculators you can use for free. Find your body mass index, daily caloric needs, percent body fat, heart rate zone and more.
Fit Life Articles
High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) has been linked to several health issues, including type 2 diabetes and obesity. Here are the facts on HFCS and how it compares to other sweeteners in terms of its effects on overall health.
Many people spend a large amount of time sitting down—at a desk, in the car and while watching television. As a result, they may experience tight hips, limited range of motion or chronic back pain. Performing these three effective hip openers can go a long way toward...
For most freshmen, college is the first experience with living away from home, and it can be overwhelming and lead to stress, anxiety and depression, which are all associated with over-eating, alcohol consumption and poor decision making. To help you avoid using unhealthy...