Six Things to Know About Modern Knee Replacement Surgery

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Six Things to Know About Modern Knee Replacement Surgery

Few things can derail your health and fitness goals faster than pain—and knee pain is one of the most common complaints. Treatment for knee pain depends, of course, on the cause, but when noninvasive treatments fail to provide relief, especially among those who have osteoarthritis, knee replacement surgery may be the next step. Here are five things to know about modern knee replacement surgery.

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Working with Older Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease

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Working with Older Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease

As a health and exercise professional who works with older adults, you may encounter clients who suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Learn why participating in an exercise program may improve your client’s quality of life by helping to slow the progress of the disease and improve memory, reasoning, and thinking skills as well as ease depression and anxiety.

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Cardio Workouts: How to Use Watts to Keep Your Clients Motivated and Engaged

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Cardio Workouts: How to Use Watts to Keep Your Clients Motivated and Engaged

Most traditional cardio programs are based on time or distance, but these parameters tend to lack the excitement necessary to keep people motivated, excited and engaged. Learn how to create cardio programs using watts and understand why these types of workouts motivate individuals to push harder than they normally would, which helps them burn more calories, work harder and achieve a higher level of overall fitness.

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Cutting-edge education from ACE December 5-8, 2018 Orlando, FL

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