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Latest Posts By Todd Galati

Todd Galati, M.A., is the Director of Credentialing for the American Council on Exercise. He holds a master’s degree in kinesiology, a bachelor’s degree in athletic training, and all four ACE certifications. Galati’s experience includes directing youth fitness programs focused on reducing obesity, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, teaching courses in biomechanics, applied kinesiology, and anatomy at Cal State San Marcos and San Diego State University, conducting human performance studies as a research physiologist with the U.S. Navy, personal training in medical, nonprofit, and commercial facilities, and coaching endurance athletes to state and national championships and other goals once felt to be out of reach.

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Friday, October 19, 2012 in Fitnovatives Blog

Changing Lives: The ACE Health Coach Certification

If you’re a fitness or health professional looking to take the next step in your career, the ACE Health Coach Certification may be right for you. ACE Director of Credentialing Todd Galati discusses the importance of the certification, what topic areas it emphasizes, who it is intended for, and how becoming an ACE Health Coach will allow you make long-term changes in people’s lives.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011 in Exam Preparation Blog

How was the ACE Integrated Fitness Training™ Model Created?

To truly understand how the ACE Integrated Fitness Training (ACE IFT™) Model was created, let’s first review why it was created. Learn more about the ACE IFT Model and how it was developed.

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Tuesday, September 06, 2011 in Fitnovatives Blog

“Do as I say, not as I do”: 7 Steps To Avoid This Phrase

It is no secret that today’s youth are more sedentary, overweight, and at risk for lifelong ailments. They need mentors who are going to lead by example and help them to develop positive relationships with physical activity that will make it a habitual part of their lives.

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