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5 Ab Exercises: No Crunches, No Equipment!

When designing abdominal sequences for your clients, it is important to consider all segments of the abdominals and how they move or stabilize the spine. Here are five exercises that target all of the abdominal muscles by flexing, rotating, stabilizing and laterally flexing the spine.

Target the Core »

Meal Timing for Performance and Recovery

Knowing what and when to eat to help support your exercise efforts and reach your health and fitness goals can be a challenge. While there is no one-size-fits-all formula, here are several research-based nutritional guidelines for pre- and post-workout meals that can be adapted to each person’s individual needs.

Get It Right »

Post-Run Yoga Routine

Yoga is a great way to help your body recover and counterbalance the areas most affected by running—the hips, hamstrings and calves. This yoga sequence hits all those areas, and adds in some essential core work.

Recover Faster »

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7 Drills to Enhance Agility

Agility training isn’t just for athletes—it’s important for anyone who wants to move quickly and easily, and improve their reflexes, focus, balance, coordination and/or neuromuscular awareness. These seven agility drills are an effective and fun way to add some intensity to your clients’ workouts.

Agility Now »

Create Effective Treadmill Intervals

Applying a high-intensity interval-training (HIIT) format to treadmill workouts is a great way to improve overall fitness and, according to research, dramatically improve running times. If you’re interested in these types of workouts, use the following guidelines to help unleash your creativity.

Optimal Intervals »

Research by the ACE Scientific Advisory Panel

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