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7 Reviews

4.3 out of 5 Stars

  • by Maria Beall on Mar 08, 2013

    I hoping that ACSM will come out with their opinion on Body Pump. As a HFI with ACSM AND a Body Pump instructor, I have many questions and was told that ACSM had not conducted any research yet. This trend is gaining steam and we are experiencing different issues in the fitness world and need answers. I look forward to ACSM being the leader and aiding us instructors, thank you!

  • by Ojo Rufus Ajayi on Jan 25, 2012

    I am a Nigerian. I have B.Sc.(PHE), M.Ed.(Exercise Physiology), Ph.D(Exercise Physiology). I want to sit for ACSM(RCEP) Examination.How do l pay and sit for the examination? I want to be a member of ACSM- how do l pay my membership fees? I want to attend the world conference coming up in San Francisco, California(29May-2June,2012)-how do l apply for this. However, ACSM is known all over the world as the only body that understands the language of ideal healthy living and prolong life expectancy via fitness training. The good quality and recognition of ACSM Certificates all over the world authenticate this claim. So, l want to join the group of this great achiever. Ojo, Rufus Ajayi(Ph.D). E-mail: ojo.ajayi@kwasu.edu.ng Cell Phone +2348036792839.

  • by Esta Morenikeji on Oct 07, 2011

    I'm preparing for The ACSM GEI exams I plan to write it in the first week of December.

  • by David Seigneur on Aug 25, 2011

    The ACSM CES (Clinical Exercise Specialist) examination has changed since I took it, but primarily I think for the better. This certification is very clinical, intended for individuals working with clients at high risk for, or recovering from, cardiovascular, pulmonary or metabolic diseases. The exam has become more job focused, testing for the knowledge needed and used routinely by CES professionals in the field. Obtaining CES certification means you meet a set standard of knowledge needed in this field, which is appealing for employers. I would suggest looking at acsm.org for additional information and resources.

  • by Mindy Caplan on Aug 08, 2011

    I was certified by ACSM as a HFI in the mid-90's. Not only were the exams challenging but I learned a lot, especially on the practical exam. Having an ACSM certification has proved to be a valuable certification, and the fitness centers as well as the public recognize ACSM as a leader in the industry. As an ACSM member I receive monthly newsletters that provide updates, reviews and opportunities to earn CEC's without attending long workshops and the material is always interesting and informative.

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