ACSM is the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world, and we continue to set the standards in the fitness industry. Because of this ACSM requires a minimum number of CECs (continuing education credits) and CEUs (continuing education unit) in a three-year period to maintain certification. Therefore, ACSM is dedicated to offering varied options of continuing education and professional development to our practitioners.
|ACSM conducts many conferences and meetings annually throughout the country. |
|The Online Learning Platform allows continuing learners to access CEC opportunities 24/7. |
|Online webinars are available, and cover more than half of the ACSM certified areas. |
|From networking to case studies, we provide interesting, education-focused content. |
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|‟ Despite the relative lack of attention in comparison to heart disease, there is good information available about how exercise can improve symptoms of PAD-caused claudication. „|
|Mark A. Patterson, M. Ed. |
ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist
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