Health and Wellness Resources – NSGA’s mission is to promote healthy, active lifestyles to all aging Americans. Improve your fitness and “Step Up Your Game” by exploring content form our partner the American College of Exercise (ACE). Online resources from ACE are packed with articles, exercise videos and guidance from fitness experts.


Workout & Training Tips

The National Senior Games partners with the American Council on Exercise (ACE), to support the fitness and sports performance of America’s seniors through education and training.  ACE is an established, nonprofit organization, providing unbiased, quality resources for health and fitness professionals, and the public. 

Seniors wanting to Step Up Your Game, increase physical activity, get fit, or prepare to compete in The “Games” will find helpful guidance and videos from experts.  Please feel free to share this opportunity with your friends and family.

Exercise Library

“Browse through total-body exercises or movements that target more specific areas of the body.”

Expert Articles on Healthy Aging

Insights on Active Aging!

ACE Healthy Living Blog 

Explore general health and wellness information to enhance your fitness and self-care skills!

Tools and Calculators

ACE offers a number of free tools and calculators to help you monitor key health measures! 

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