BASES Student Webinar Series – How to keep calm and carry on coping

Sport and study are both goal-oriented contexts characterised by moments of intense pressure as well as ongoing demands. We can all benefit from taking time to stop and reflect on the stressors we might face in pursuing our goals, as well as how we typically cope with these.  This webinar is intended to be of […]

Exercise in the Management of Metabolic-Associated Fatty Liver Disease (MAFLD) in Adults Webinar

A Position Statement from Exercise and Sport Science Australia Metabolic-associated fatty liver disease (MAFLD, formerly known as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease/NAFLD) affects up to one third of Australians (recent estimate are as high as 39%!) and is becoming more prevalent with the global escalation of obesity-related chronic disease. In addition to increasing risk of end-stage […]

Exercise to Decrease Cardio-Metabolic Disease Risk Webinar

Cardiometabolic health (CMH) is an umbrella term encompassing risk factors of the cardiovascular and metabolic systems that contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes (T2D). Currently, each condition affects an estimated 1.2 million Australians. Exercise is a well-established management strategy for CMH, with Accredited Exercise Physiologists specialising in the delivery of […]

Live Chat with Q&A: Understanding Redundancy for Employees

We are in a climate where redundancy is happening every day. It is important for employees to understand their rights and obligations when they find themselves in a situation where their position is no longer required by their employer. W will cover: • What is redundancy, and how does it work?• What do employers need […]

ACSM-ACS Cancer Exercise Specialist Course

The ACSM-ACS Cancer Exercise Specialist Course is for healthcare and fitness practitioners looking to provide safe, effective and individualized exercise programs to anyone living with or beyond a cancer diagnosis.  Why This Course?  Currently, there are approximately 18 million cancer survivors in the U.S., and according to the National Cancer Institute that number is expected […]

Building Your Online Presence Webinar

This comprehensive webinar is designed specifically for health professionals wanting to create a thriving private practice.  In an era where the majority of healthcare decisions begin online, having a compelling online presence is no longer optional but a necessity for private practitioners.  It offers a deep dive into the crucial aspects of establishing and enhancing […]

ACSM/NYSHSI Youth Fitness Specialist Certificate

13 CECs The NYSHSI/ACSM Youth Fitness Specialist Certificate online course is designed for professionals who want to better understand the unique exercise physiology and needs of children and young athletes. The course draws from the text ACSM’s Essentials of Youth Fitness and comprises three parts divided into a total of 16 modules, with the end goal of […]

HFJ: Jan – Feb 2024 CEC Course #4: Social Connections

By Nico P. Pronk, Ph.D., FACSM, FAWHP  The emergence of remote work has opened the talent pool for companies since access to top talent is no longer limited to local or regional workers. However, to successfully recruit top virtual talent, companies will have to make supporting remote workers a strategic priority. The challenges associated with […]

HFJ: Jan – Feb 2024 CEC Course #3: Risk Management Audit

By JoAnn M. Eickhoff-Shemek, PhD, FACSM, FAWHP and Ron Betta, CFSM, ACSM-CPT  From a safety perspective, risk management (RM) can be defined as a “proactive administrative process that will help minimize legal liability exposures facing exercise professionals and fitness facilities”. Legal liability exposures are situations that create a risk of injury or reflect noncompliance with federal, […]

HFJ: Jan – Feb 2024 CEC Course #2: Low- and High-Glycemic

By Stella Lucia Volpe, Ph.D., RDN, FACSM, ACSM-CEP  Low and high glycemic index foods seem to have different benefits for different types of exercise performance. Based on the research presented in this Nutritionist’s View column, it appears that low glycemic index foods are better to consume prior to longer duration events, while high glycemic index foods seem […]