The Best Home Exercise Bikes for Fun Workouts Anytime (Wall Street Journal)

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The Best Home Exercise Bikes for Fun Workouts Anytime (Wall Street Journal)

To better understand the indoor cycling space and what consumers should look for when purchasing exercise bikes, I spoke with Jennifer Sage, founder of the Indoor Cycling Association; Olympic gold medalist and Zwift ambassador Kristin Armstrong; Cedric Bryant, Ph.D., president and chief science officer for the American Council on Exercise; and Joel Press, M.D., physiatrist-in-chief at Hospital for Special Surgery.

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What It Means If Your Mouth Tastes Like Blood After Working Out (Health Digest)

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What It Means If Your Mouth Tastes Like Blood After Working Out (Health Digest)

It can also be your lungs causing the issue, as in the case of exercise-induced pulmonary edema. Cedric X. Bryant, chief science officer of the American Council on Exercise, told The Washington Post the blood taste in your mouth is "your body telling you that, 'You're probably doing a little bit more than what I'm ready to handle.

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Warm-Up Exercises: Health Benefits, How to Get Started, and More (Everyday Health)

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Warm-Up Exercises: Health Benefits, How to Get Started, and More (Everyday Health)

Resources We Love: Warm-Up Exercises American Council on Exercise ACE is a national organization that certifies fitness professionals. It also offers resources to help you in your active lifestyle, including a comprehensive exercise database and library. Here, you’ll find plenty of warm-up exercises to try, along with photos and written tutorials.

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8 Pieces Of Expert Fitness Advice For 2023 (Forbes Health)

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8 Pieces Of Expert Fitness Advice For 2023 (Forbes Health)

“I just read this new, fascinating study on how our genes affect our fitness outcomes, and I think that connection can help us all realize that unique gene expression makes us one of a kind, so we shouldn’t get hung up on comparing ourselves to others,” says Sabrena Jo, the senior director of science and research at the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

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How much exercise do you need each week—and does walking even count? Here’s what experts say (FortuneWell.)

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How much exercise do you need each week—and does walking even count? Here’s what experts say (FortuneWell.)

Don’t be discouraged if your walking is more leisurely, Cedric Bryant, president and chief science officer of the nonprofit American Council on Exercise, tells Fortune. The activity “is oftentimes a person’s entry point into developing a regular, more robust” exercise routine.

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Low-Impact Workouts: Health Benefits, How to Get Started, and How to Get Better (Everyday Health)

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Low-Impact Workouts: Health Benefits, How to Get Started, and How to Get Better (Everyday Health)

Resources We Love: Low Impact Exercise Education American Council on Exercise The American Council on Exercise (ACE) is a nonprofit organization that certifies health coaches and exercise professionals. Its website features many free resources, such as a blog and an extensive exercise database and library. Look here for ideas for low-impact exercises, along with detailed descriptions and photos.

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Mindful Movement: Coaching Clients to Become More Active

Inspire inactive individuals to find inner motivation for physical activity and experience its transformative benefits.

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