Serving as American’s Authority on Fitness®, ACE and its extended spokesperson network are regularly featured or quoted in print, online and broadcast media, reaching more than 450 million people each year. Check out these recent highlights:
CNN.com (January 28, 2011)—In “Why You’re Not Seeing Fitness Results This Year,” ACE spokesperson Tracie Rogers explains one reason you may not be seeing fitness results: you’re not having fun with your exercise routine. She suggests trying different workout options such as kickboxing or sports leagues instead of feeling obligated to join the traditional large gym.
Health.MSN.com (January 4, 2011)—ACE Chief Science Officer, Cedric X. Bryant, Ph.D., was featured in the article, “Women: Your Healthiest Year Ever,” offering a variety of lifestyle advice to avoid common medical maladies and how to enjoy a healthy year in 2011. As the article’s exclusive fitness expert, Dr. Bryant provides tips and guidelines for women to upgrade their fitness levels.
SELF.com (December 28, 2010)—In “How Long Should it Take to (Safely) Lose Baby Weight?” ACE spokesperson Mary Jayne Johnson, Ph.D., explains that women must be respectful of the ordeal their body has undergone. She also outlines standard weight-loss guidelines and offers tips to help women safely return to their pre-pregnancy weight.
WebMD (November 30, 2010)—In a recent WebMD article titled, “Weatherproof Your Pregnancy Workout,” ACE-certified Group Fitness Instructor, fitness expert and spokesperson Sabrena Merrill advises women to use common sense when deciding whether or not to engage in a particular outdoor exercise activity, adding, “If it’s wet, slippery or icy, don’t go outside to exercise.”
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