Asset 19 angle-down-bold angle-left-bold angle-right-bold angle-up-bold Asset 10 certifications Asset 14 close-bold close Asset 8 Asset 12 menu Asset 18 Asset 17 Asset 6 Asset 16 Asset 9 Asset 15 Asset 11 Asset 13
ACE Profiles |  Cedric Bryant

Cedric Bryant

ACE Chief Science Officer

Kirkland, WA

As chief science officer for ACE, Cedric X. Bryant, Ph.D., FACSM, represents the organization as a national and international lecturer, writer and expert source. He has written more than 250 articles or columns in fitness trade magazines, and sports medicine and exercise science journals, and has authored, co-authored or edited 30 books. He can often be found as an authoritative resource for fitness and nutrition in a variety of national media including USA Today, Washington Post, The New York Times, Parade, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, Newsweek, Reader’s Digest, Consumer Reports, Fox News and CNN Headline News. Cedric has held several positions on exercise science faculties at the United States Military Academy at West Point and Pennsylvania State University, where he earned both his doctorate in physiology and master’s degree in exercise science. In October 2006, he was awarded the Penn State Alumni Fellow Award, given to alumni considered leaders in their professional fields.

More Videos from Cedric Bryant

"I'm fascinated by the human body."


ACE Recommends

Check out related ACE articles designed to help you on your journey to health and fitness.

5 Ways Exercising Benefits Those With Diabetes

5 Ways Exercising Benefits Those With Diabetes

The number of people with diabetes has skyrocketed over the past decade or so, with an estimated 24 million Americans living ... continue »

Separating Strength Training Fact from Fiction

Separating Strength Training Fact from Fiction

Exercise science has come a long way in the past three decades, but there are still numerous misconceptions that persist, des... continue »

Beginner Strength Training Workout

Beginner Strength Training Workout

Many people are aware of the benefits of strength training, but simply don’t know how to get started. After all, the gym can ... continue »

Get More from ACE

Sign up to receive fitness tips, workouts, healthy recipes and other wellness resources.

Submit