Maintaining a physically active lifestyle is a great way for women to support a healthy pregnancy and for them to return to a normal healthy lifestyle after delivery. Being aware of general guidelines, contraindications, and signs for discontinuing exercise are key aspects to creating a safe and effective exercise program for both the pre- and postnatal client.Read More
As a health and fitness professional, there are many factors to consider for exercise program design, such as your clients’ goals, physical limitations, and the environment in which they are exercising. In this blog, we’ll cover how to keep your clients safe while exercising in a hot environment.Read More
Environmental conditions are important to consider when designing an exercise program. In this blog, we take a closer look at the implications of exercising in the cold, and how fitness professionals can design programs that are safe for their clients—even on winter’s coldest days.Read More
As a fitness professional, you will likely encounter clients that are part of the special population category. Learn what this means and how to work with them.Read More
The ACE Integrated Fitness Training (ACE IFT) Model is an incredibly useful tool for designing safe and effective exercise programs for your clients. This new blog series explains the purpose of the ACE IFT Model as well as its phases and training components, which will help you design individualized programs to meet the varying needs of your clients. In part 2, we cover Phase 1 of the ACE IFT Model: Stability and Mobility Training.Read More
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