ACE Appoints Fabio Comana Certification and Exam Development Manager
“Fabio brings a wealth of experience to The American Council on Exercise,” said Graham Melstrand, director of educational services for ACE. “In addition to holding master’s degrees in both exercise physiology and nutrition, Fabio is a practicing fitness professional and an educator in a university setting.”
Comana serves as an adjunct instructor for San Diego’s only ACE-affiliated extension program offering practical guidance to newly certified fitness professionals at the University of California San Diego. His previous experience included working as the general and wellness manager with Club One, Inc. in San Diego responsible for the evaluation and implementation of Fire Department Safety and Wellness Programs.
Comana is currently an ACE certified personal trainer; National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) certified strength and conditioning specialist; certified health-fitness instructor through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM); and contributing author for the National Volunteer Fire Council Health and Wellness Project.
Originally from South Africa, Comana earned master’s degrees in nutrition and exercise physiology from San Diego State University.
The American Council on Exercise (ACE), America’s Authority on Fitness, is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the benefits of physical activity and protecting consumers against unsafe and ineffective fitness products and instruction. As the nation’s “workout watchdog,” ACE sponsors university-based exercise science research and testing that targets fitness products and trends. ACE sets standards for fitness professionals and is the world’s largest nonprofit fitness certifying organization. For more information on ACE and its programs, call (800) 825-3636 or log onto the ACE Web site at www.acefitness.org.
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