Jace Fuchs

Jace Fuchs

Jace Fuchs has an M.S. in kinesiology and sports performance and is currently in the process of getting his Ph.D. in exercise and sports science. He's worked within the fitness industry for the better part of a decade, and before that, he served in the US Army Infantry. He's also a content developer for NASM and an exercise science professor. In his free time, you can find him grilling in his backyard in Arizona. You can connect with him on Instagram or LinkedIn.
  • Education:
    • Master of Science in Kinesiology
    • Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Wellness
  • Favorite Post-Workout Meal: Steak and potatoes

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