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Posts tagged "IFT model" within Exam Preparation Blog

Understanding VT1 and VT2

By April Merritt on Monday, January 10, 2011


Ventilatory threshold is introduced in the ACE 4th edition Personal Trainer Manual as a way to measure a client’s intensity during exercise. Vt1 and VT2 play a role in the ACE Integrated Fitness Training Model, specifically as transition points between zones 1, 2 and 3 of cardiovascular training.




The ACE Integrated Fitness Training Model - Nuts and Bolts

By April Merritt on Monday, June 28, 2010


The big picture starts with the health–fitness–performance continuum. Next, the ACE IFT model breaks down the continuum into four distinct phases ranging from beginning fitness enthusiast to advanced fitness performance. Which phase your client fits into depends primarily on their current fitness level. Learn the nuts and bolts of the new ACE IFT Model.




The ACE IFT Model - The Introduction

By April Merritt on Monday, June 21, 2010


The ACE Integrated Fitness Training Model is an important part of the ACE 4th edition Personal Trainer manual/materials. This is going to be the first of a couple blog posts talking about the IFT model. Today starts us off at the beginning with an overview and ‘bigger picture’ look at the IFT model.