This latest ACE-supported research study compared core temperature responses in pregnant and non-pregnant women during a 60-minute hot yoga class to determine whether this exercise modality is safe for women with uncomplicated pregnancies.Read More
From Jazzercise to Zumba and everything in between, the fitness industry has been building on the concept of burning calories through dance for more than 50 years. This latest ACE-commissioned study takes a look at one of the newer dance-based programs—BODYJAM by Les Mills—to determine if it’s a good workout and how many calories participants can expect to burn in a typical class.Read More
Is it possible to improve endurance performance without increasing training volume? This latest ACE-sponsored research study examines the effects of two post-exercise passive heating strategies—wearing a sauna suit and hot water immersion—on VO2max, lactate threshold and economy.Read More
In this latest ACE-sponsored study, researchers quantified the acute physiological responses to exercise with the Core-Tex and measured the effectiveness of a six-week chronic exercise training program using the Core-Tex for improving cardiorespiratory, muscular, flexibility and neuromotor fitness.Read More
Foam rollers are often used during the warm-up of an exercise session or as a means of recovery between workouts, but how effective are they for improving performance? In an effort to bring some clarity to the topic, researchers evaluated the training effects of foam rolling on lower-body flexibility and mobility and performance. Also included is a video demonstrating foam-rolling exercises that you can share with your clients.Read More
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