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April 2011

Power Balance or Power of Persuasion?

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Follow-up Q and A: Are Some Yoga Poses More Harmful Than Helpful?

By Megan Senger In the March issue of ACE Certified News, an article on harmful yoga poses generated a flood of comments from readers wanting to share their experiences and explore the benefits (and potential hazards) of other common poses. Don’t miss these follow-up answers from author Megan Segner and her team of yoga experts.
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Coaching the Whole Client: Your Key to Continued Success as a Personal Trainer

By KAREN ASP Are you doing all you can to help your clients make lifelong changes to their health and fitness? Learn how to utilize effective coaching techniques that help you address their whole-life needs and concerns, and ensure long-lasting success—for both you and your clients.
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In Focus: Fitness Professionals Can Help Breast-cancer Survivors Live Longer, Healthier Lives

While an estimated one out of every eight women born today will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives, improved treatment protocols are helping more women survive—and thrive—this all-too-common disease. With research showing that exercise can play a crucial role in helping to reduce the risk of recurrence, fitness professionals can play an essential role in helping breast-cancer survivors improvement their health and well-being.
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Workout Watchdog: Tools for the Trainer—Core-Tex™ and ViPR™

By FABIO COMANA ACE exercise physiologist Fabio Comana, M.A., M.S., evaluates two new training tools—Core-Tex and ViPR. Find out if these new products are costly gimmicks or could be valuable additions to your training repertoire.
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It's Time to Get Serious About Child’s Play

By NATALIE DIGATE MUTH, M.D., M.P.H., R.D. It’s easy to point to the reasons why today’s kids are more sedentary—and more likely to be overweight—than a generation ago. But the time has come to change course. Learn how you can join the building social movement to once again make childhood a time of fun and playing, and help the next generation of kids get fit and have fun at the same time.
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18 Free Ways to Get New Clients

All ACE fitness professionals enrolled in the AARP Fitness & Wellness Program will have access to a free personalized marketing toolkit. From flyers and posters to special offer promo cards, we’re helping you market your services to the 50+ population.
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Save 46% on Recertification + Increase Your Earning Potential

Already ACE certified, but looking to take your career to the next level? Discover how you can save 46% on your recertification fees, get all the CECs you need for renewal and increase your earning potential and marketability.
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Sunny Days, 2.0 CECs & $25 in SPRI Bucks!

Registration for the 2011 ACE Fitness Symposium is now open. Watch our video with Jessica Matthews to get the latest event details, plus learn how to get $25 in free SPRI equipment and all the CECs you need to recertify, all while basking in sunny San Diego.
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ACE & Jonathan Ross Help Get Kids Fit with $25,000

How would your school spend $25,000 in fitness cash? Orchard Grove Elementary School had the winning essay in this national campaign to reward and encourage physical activity in grade schools. View the winning video and hear from Jonathan Ross and Scott Goudeseune on this inspirational campaign.
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