In integrating fitness and nutrition concepts as part of a healthy lifestyle, the lessons in this book will help students improve in all components of health-related fitness now while establishing healthy behaviors for the rest of their lives. The lessons are adaptable to involve children with disabilities and include challenges for higher-level and higher-skilled students.
Eat Well & Keep Moving-2nd Edition
By adolescence, 32% of girls and 52% of boys drink 24 ounces (780 milliliters) or more of soft drinks each day. Sugar Count is an activity that will help kids examine their drink choices and consider healthier options.
Fitness Swimming 2nd Edition eBook
In swimming, even the motions you make in the air are important.
Qigong is gaining popularity around the world for its ability to provide profound healing to people with a wide range of medical conditions.
The M.A.X. Muscle Plan eBook
Grasp the stem of a dumbbell with both hands. Sit at the edge of a flat bench or chair and bring the dumbbell overhead.
Serious Strength Training-3rd Edition
The training principles just discussed provide a loose guideline for general training.
Body Trainer for Men eBook
If you can do basic math, you can burn fat. No magic bullet, no secret, zero-calorie food, and no supplement�legal or illegal�works better, faster, cheaper or healthier than good, old-fashioned food.
Implementing Physical Activity Strategies
Current cancer treatments, although increasingly efficacious for improving survival, are toxic in numerous ways and produce negative short- and long-term physiological and psychological effects, including pain, decreased cardiorespiratory capacity, cancer-related fatigue, reduced quality of life, and suppressed immune function (Courneya and Freidenreich 2001).
Strength Training for Fat Loss eBook
Many of the following dumbbell complexes emphasize unilateral exercises, which, as discussed previously, automatically activate the core musculature in order to maintain your posture and body position to control the offset load.
NPTI�s Fundamentals of Fitness and Personal Training
The personal trainer has a significant responsibility to the client, not only because he or she has a contractual obligation to the client but also because the client is depending on the personal trainer to reach the goals that were set in the beginning of the program.