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Who Let the Dogs Out?

Video Author: Vanessa Kercher
Published on: 09.05.2017
Associated with: ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal. 21(5):4-8, September/October 2017

This playful video shows the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editors, Editorial Board members, and their families fitting in physical activity with their dogs (and one active cat!).

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Creator: Vanessa Kercher
Duration: 1:46
This playful video shows the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editors, Editorial Board members, and their families fitting in physical activity with their dogs (and one active cat!).
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:54
Co-author Gary Liguori, PhD, FACSM gives an overview of this feature article which summarizes the results of a survey that examined how Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) and ACSM certified exercise professionals (ACSM Certs) provide healthful eating and physical activity (PA) advice to clients related to weight management, including where roles overlap and gaps exist.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 2:25
Associate Editor Nico Pronk discusses resiliency and the importance of building this into the workplace.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 0:53
Associate Editor Mary Yoke discusses a research article about Baby Boomers and technology that she features in her May/June 2017 Research Bites column.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 0:47
Associate Editor Mary Yoke discusses a research article discussing the differences between an individualized exercise prescription and a standardized approach that she features in her May/June 2017 Research Bites column.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:11
Associate Editor Peter Ronai illustrates a variation of the power snatch in this medley video by performing the snatch, squat, press drop, squat, drop, and snatch. Learn more in the Do It Right column, “The Power Snatch”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:20
Associate Editor Peter Ronai explains how to perform the prone full can or shoulder T, a single-joint, open kinetic chain upper body exercise that activates and strengthens posterior muscles of the shoulder girdle. Learn more in the Do It Right column, “The Prone Shoulder Full Can: The Prone T”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:28
Associate Editor Jennifer Bacon talks about Business Edge – what this important column covers and how she develops ideas on what to cover. This column provides insightful information on the business side of health and fitness; check it out in the January/February, May/June, and September/October issues of the journal.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:36
Associate Editor Grace DeSimone talks about Fitness Focus – the goal of this important column and how she develops ideas on what to cover. This shareable column provides insightful information for your clients on various aspects of health and fitness. Be sure to check it out in each issue of the journal.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 2:05
Author Dixie Stanforth discusses current research supporting outdoor exercise and helps readers use their environment to structure exercise programs with limited equipment. Learn more in her fascinating feature article, “Go Green with Outdoor Activity”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 0:56
Author Dixie Stanforth discusses current research supporting outdoor exercise and helps readers use their environment to structure exercise programs with limited equipment. Learn more in her fascinating feature article, “Go Green with Outdoor Activity”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:51
Author Carol Kennedy-Armbruster discusses how wearable activity trackers may influence human movement patterns and physical activity programming. Learn more in her fascinating feature article, “MOVE MORE, SIT LESS, AND BE WELL: Behavioral Aspects of Activity Trackers”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:41
Author Carol Kennedy-Armbruster discusses how wearable activity trackers may influence human movement patterns and physical activity programming. Learn more in her fascinating feature article, “MOVE MORE, SIT LESS, AND BE WELL: Behavioral Aspects of Activity Trackers”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:28
Author Carol Kennedy-Armbruster discusses how wearable activity trackers may influence human movement patterns and physical activity programming. Learn more in her fascinating feature article, “MOVE MORE, SIT LESS, AND BE WELL: Behavioral Aspects of Activity Trackers”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 2:41
Associate Editor Ann Swank talks about type 1 diabetes and the importance of maintaining blood glucose levels within a normal physiologic range as frequently and as safely as possible during exercise and physical activity. Learn more in the Clinical Applications column, “Exercise and Sport Participation for Individuals with Type 1 Diabetes: Safety Considerations and the Unknown”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 0:50
Author Avery Faigenbaum addresses the most common myths related to youth strength training. Learn more in his feature article, “Resistance Training for Kids: Right from the Start”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:38
Author Avery Faigenbaum addresses the most common myths related to youth strength training. Learn more in his feature article, “Resistance Training for Kids: Right from the Start”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:14
Associate Editor Peter Ronai previews the Do It Right column which explains the hang power clean exercise.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 2:01
Associate Editor Mary Yoke talks about the Research Bites column and how it can help readers easily apply important and timely research.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:34
Associate Editor Jennifer Bacon previews her Business Edge column that addresses professionalism in the health and fitness industry.



Creator: Vanessa Kercher
Duration: 1:46
This playful video shows the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editors, Editorial Board members, and their families fitting in physical activity with their dogs (and one active cat!).
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:54
Co-author Gary Liguori, PhD, FACSM gives an overview of this feature article which summarizes the results of a survey that examined how Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) and ACSM certified exercise professionals (ACSM Certs) provide healthful eating and physical activity (PA) advice to clients related to weight management, including where roles overlap and gaps exist.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:20
Associate Editor Peter Ronai explains how to perform the prone full can or shoulder T, a single-joint, open kinetic chain upper body exercise that activates and strengthens posterior muscles of the shoulder girdle. Learn more in the Do It Right column, “The Prone Shoulder Full Can: The Prone T”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:28
Associate Editor Jennifer Bacon talks about Business Edge – what this important column covers and how she develops ideas on what to cover. This column provides insightful information on the business side of health and fitness; check it out in the January/February, May/June, and September/October issues of the journal.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 0:50
Author Avery Faigenbaum addresses the most common myths related to youth strength training. Learn more in his feature article, “Resistance Training for Kids: Right from the Start”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:38
Author Avery Faigenbaum addresses the most common myths related to youth strength training. Learn more in his feature article, “Resistance Training for Kids: Right from the Start”.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 0:58
Associate Editor Grace T. DeSimone previews her Fitness Focus column about strength vs. endurance and why it is important to understand the difference
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 0:56
Associate Editor Grace T. DeSimone, BA shares insights about the Fitness Focus column in the July/August issue.
Creator: Lori Tish
Duration: 1:55
The benefits of engaging and maintaining habitual physical activity and exercise are well known. The updated ACSM preparticipation health screening recommendations are based on the available scientific evidence and are designed to remove barriers to exercise by eliminating the need for unnecessary health care provider referrals. This supports the public health message that physical activity is important for all individuals.