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Wednesday, April 23, 2014 in Fitnovatives Blog

Strength Exercises That Can Change Your Life

ACE Certified fitness pro Chris McGrath won’t promise these exercises will give you six-pack abs in six weeks, Brazilian glutes or a bikini body—although they can contribute to these fitness goals. They will, however, go a long way toward enhancing your quality of life, functionality, injury prevention and longevity.

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Monday, April 21, 2014 in Fitnovatives Blog

Why You Should Avoid Program Hopping

Are you or your clients guilty of program hopping? If you change up your program every few weeks, you may be missing out on some of the greatest benefits. ACE Certified Personal Trainer Jonathan Ross explains how to know how and when to change your workouts to achieve maximum results.

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Friday, April 18, 2014 in Exam Preparation Blog

Math as a Fitness Professional: Part II

Nutrition-related math can be a stumbling block for many exam candidates, but it really doesn’t have to be. Being able to determine things like caloric deficits and macronutrients needs is important, whether your clients are trying to lose weight or maximize performance. Here are the types of problems and calculations you need to know to perform, both for the exam and in your work with clients later on.

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Thursday, April 17, 2014 in Fitnovatives Blog

New ACE Academy Elite Allows Aspiring Personal Trainers to Study on the Go

Recognizing the need for a wider range of study options, ACE introduces the ACE Academy Elite for iPad, which offers an enhanced study experience using only one mobile device. For technically savvy learners, this new app can mean greater retention of the material, resulting in a better, more confident approach with clients later on.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 in Fitnovatives Blog

How to Run a Successful Promotion for your Fitness Business

Have you considered offering promotions to encourage new clients to try out your services? When a promotion is mixed with a strong customer value proposition, you can convert these new clients into long-term clients who have a consistent purchasing pattern. Here are some effective tips for running a successful promotion for your fitness business.

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Monday, April 14, 2014 in Fitnovatives Blog

6 Not-so-healthy Health Foods

Marketing words like “healthy” and “all natural” can make a food seem a lot healthier than it really is. The Nutrition Twins set the record straight on six foods many people believe to be healthy, but are not nearly as good for you as you might think.

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Friday, April 11, 2014 in Exam Preparation Blog

Physiological Assessments: Anthropometric Measurements

Knowing which assessments to use on your clients—and when—is an important part of being a fitness professional. After all, assessments can go a long way toward showing your clients the progress they are making—or, if used incorrectly, can be a source of discouragement. In this first of a four-part series, a variety of anthropometric measurements are discussed, along with guidance on how and when to use them.

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Thursday, April 10, 2014 in Fitnovatives Blog

The Dynamic Warm-up Every Runner Should Try

To many, warming up can feel like a waste of precious workout time, especially to runners. But skipping preparation and recovery strategies does not lead to maximized results and it certainly does not contribute to pain-free running longevity. Teach your clients how to take a few minutes to properly warm up with these multiplanar drills and you’ll be helping them run with better results for many years to come.

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Wednesday, April 09, 2014 in Fitnovatives Blog

How Stress Affects Your Waistline

You know stress is bad for you, but do you know exactly how bad? It’s much worse than you think. Dr. Michael Mantell describes the high cost of stress-inducing thinking on both the brain and the body, and explains why halting these thoughts in their tracks is essential to both your health and your waistline

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Monday, April 07, 2014 in Exam Preparation Blog

Motivation, Behavior Change and Program Adherence

Understanding your clients’ motivations is essential for being able to recommend the most appropriate and effective steps to helping them achieve their lifestyle goals. In fact, identifying their motivations and level of self-efficacy can mean the difference between a client making short-term, temporary fixes and truly achieving lasting, lifestyle changes.

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