I am preparing for the A.C.E. test in a few months and I was wondering if anyone has a link or info on study guides for it. Also, I just graduated with a Kinesiology degree. I am possibly going to be a coach/physical educator, but I was wondering if anyone has personal trained on the side of this, or during summer? Thank you.
Thread: study guides for A.C.E.
01-22-2013, 04:22 PM #1
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study guides for A.C.E.
01-22-2013, 04:41 PM #2
With a Kines degree, the ACE should be a piece of cake, as long as you've taken some sort of class devoted to exercise testing and prescription. Even if you haven't, you should be more than fine with just the ACE book.
In regard to your other question, PT is the perfect part time gig. With just a little bit of marketing you should be able to get 2-5 clients(or more depending on what you want to do) that you can train at nights, early mornings, or weekends.Lifetime PR's
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01-24-2013, 04:40 PM #3
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