5 Workouts to Improve Your VO2 Max (Runner’s World)

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5 Workouts to Improve Your VO2 Max (Runner’s World)

Getting faster by way of VO2 max work is all about efficiency. “The higher your VO2 max, the faster or more efficiently you’ll be able to finish a race or training run—as your body moves the oxygen in the most effective manner,” says April Gatlin, ACE-certified personal trainer, master trainer, and coach for STRIDE Fitness.

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Everything You Need to Know About Resistance Band Workouts: What Makes Them Effective, How to Get Started, and How to Up the Intensity (Everyday Health)

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Everything You Need to Know About Resistance Band Workouts: What Makes Them Effective, How to Get Started, and How to Up the Intensity (Everyday Health)

“Think of resistance bands as big rubber bands that provide differing levels of resistance during strength workouts,” says Damien A. Joyner, an American Council on Exercise (ACE) certified personal trainer and the founder of Incremental Fitness in San Diego.

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Have a Need for Speed? Sprinting at 80% of Max Is Probably Enough

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Have a Need for Speed? Sprinting at 80% of Max Is Probably Enough

10-20-30 interval training is an effective way to improve running performance and overall health. A new study demonstrates that this kind of training is just as effective for improving your running times and overall fitness, even if your sprints are only at 80 percent of maximal effort. The researchers hope that the new knowledge will encourage more people to adopt this type of training, which benefits both blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

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Association between normal-weight obesity and cardiometabolic risk factors among adults in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (Nature)

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Association between normal-weight obesity and cardiometabolic risk factors among adults in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (Nature)

We have also provided alternative NWO prevalence figures based on the following three sex-specific %BF thresholds commonly used in the literature: (1) American Council on Exercise (ACE) threshold (= 25% for men and = 32% for women)30, (2) = 25% for males and = 35% for females31 and (3) = 20·6% for men and = 33·4% for women15,32.

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How To Become A Health Coach: A Step-By-Step Guide (Forbes Advisor)

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How To Become A Health Coach: A Step-By-Step Guide (Forbes Advisor)

American Council on Exercise (ACE) Health Coach Certification This NCCA-accredited certification includes a training program. To apply, you must have CPR/AED certification and fulfill educational or experience requirements. ACE requires completion of an associate degree, an NBHWC-approved program, an NCCA-accredited certification or two years of professional experience.

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ACE and the American College of Lifestyle Medicine: Expanding the Reach and Impact of Health Coaches

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ACE and the American College of Lifestyle Medicine: Expanding the Reach and Impact of Health Coaches

A partnership between the American Council on Exercise and American College of Lifestyle Medicine expands the reach of health coaches in underserved communities. This three-year collaboration focuses on the intersections of behavior change, chronic disease and health equity.

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Are Ultra-processed Foods as Addictive as Drugs?

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Are Ultra-processed Foods as Addictive as Drugs?

In recent years, the way we think about food and addiction has been evolving. While most people don’t typically consider a love for certain snacks to be an addiction, a growing body of research is suggesting otherwise. Learn what makes some foods potentially addictive and how you can help your clients make healthier choices that will positively impact their overall health and well-being.

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