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ACSM's Certification assessment is a evaluate handbook for applicants short of an ACSM credential together with ACSM qualified wellbeing and fitness health expert (HFS), the ACSM medical workout expert (CES), and the ACSM qualified own coach (CPT) certifications. content material is predicated at the wisdom, abilities, and talents (KSAs) present in ACSM's guidance for workout checking out and Prescription.

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