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3 Things Every Fitness Program Needs

By at September 27, 2011 | 12:18 pm | 1 Comments

3 Things Every Fitness Program Needs

A complete and effective exercise program needs to include aerobic exercise, muscular endurance training and flexibility exercises.  Aerobic exercise does good things for you heart and blood vessels and is an important part of managing your weight.  Muscular endurance training will improve posture, reduce the risk for lower-back injuries and is also an important part of more...

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In a Rut, Fight the Boring Workout

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In a Rut, Fight the Boring Workout

Experiencing boredom while exercising is a common situation encountered by almost everyone who maintains a level of physical activity.  It may be a sign that your current workout program is in need of a changed. To fight the boring workout the first thing that needs to be done is to evaluate what exactly it is about your program  that you find to be boring (running on more...

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Keeping The Motivation

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Keeping The Motivation

Keeping the Motivation by Dr. Randy Many times when you start an exercise program there is a feeling that anything can be accomplished, you are motivated.  After a while you might lose that feeling for one reason or another (sometimes called excuses) and you are not so motivated. Why does this take place and how do we combat this change in mindset and more...

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How to Stay Active (and safe) When Injured.

By at June 16, 2011 | 11:52 am | 1 Comments

How to Stay Active (and safe) When Injured.

Blown a Tire?  How to Stay Active (and safe) When Injured by Dr. Randy Well I have done it to myself (again).  I was playing a game of basketball and twisted my ankle.  I want to tell you it is because of my incredible vertical leaping ability that this happened but in actuality I believe I tripped over my own feet (laugh if you want).  I stated last month I was more...

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Buddy Walkers and Jump Ropes

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Buddy Walkers and Jump Ropes

Buddy Walkers and Jump Ropes by Dr. Britt The main objective this month is General Coordination.  Both activities will require young children to work together (with another person, or with an object) to move appropriately.  Students will enjoy these activities, but will also be forced to sequence movements as they are performing the skills. This will lead to more...

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