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Active Voice: Rethinking the Role of the Human Heel Pad During Barefoot Locomotion

Viewpoints presented in SMB commentaries reflect opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect positions or policies of ACSM. Albrecht Dietze, M.D., is an orthopedic trauma surgeon with a special interest...

source: By Albrecht Dietze, M.D., and Scott C. Wearing, Ph.D.
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Don't miss the upcoming ACSM-sponsored webinar, "Superhighway or roadblock: Outlook for New Congress, Physical Activity, Policy and Advocacy." Held next Monday, February 2 from 10:00-11:00 EST, this webinar will engage participants...


When Anna Ward was a teenager, she enjoyed being athletic. She played lacrosse and field hockey, ran cross country and participated on a competitive jump rope team. But when she left high school, she not only stopped being active but basically shut down. "I lost my spark,"...

source: Athletic Business

Fitness fads from Zumba to spin classes come and go, but push-ups never go out of style. The same goes for squats, pull-ups, crunches and planks. So how can such body-weight exercises – basic moves that make you push, pull or otherwise carry your own weight –...

source: USA Today

The Every Body Walk! Collaborative and America Walks are excited to host the 2nd National Walking Summit in Washington, D.C., on October 28-30, 2015. The summit is the only national meeting that brings together the multiple supporters, allies and disciplines working to...


Students: Are you planning on attending the 2015 ACSM annual meeting in San Diego, Calif.? If so, here is your chance to help promote physical activity to conference participants or show what you have done in your community to support...



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