Two new studies examine the effectiveness of using the ACE Mover Method as part of programming based on the ACE IFT Model to drive meaningful behavior change and improve cardiometabolic health. Importantly, this research focuses on underserved, understudied and vulnerable populations, including various racial and ethnic groups and older adults, as well as college students (who are at high risk for mental health crises).Read More
What is the optimal amount of rest between sets if the goal is to get stronger and build muscle? Should your clients take longer breaks or keep powering through with minimal rest to keep their heart rates up? The latest ACE-supported research study was designed to answer this question and enable you to design safe and effective programs that help your clients reach their goals.Read More
Since first introducing the ACE Integrated Fitness Training® (ACE IFT®) Model more than a decade ago, ACE has been supporting research to investigate its effectiveness in real-world settings. This article describes the year 2 results of an ongoing study comparing the effectiveness of personalized exercise programming using the ACE IFT Model to standardized training protocols.Read More
NormaTec is a device designed to mimic the body’s natural muscle pump by pushing blood toward the heart and thereby speed recovery following exercise. In this latest ACE-supported study, researchers compare the effectiveness of using NormaTec to both passive and active recovery techniques.Read More
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
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