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@FibroCoach4U Aqua Classes that ease the pain
Margie Fusco-Aqua Victory Fitness Centers North East Location Instructor, certified by the Exercise Safety Association, the International Fitness Trainers Association, the Arthritis Foundation, and is also a certified Tubo-Kick instructor. www.talktainmentradio.com/shows/exceptions.html Exceptions To The Rules Radio Show E. Michelle Lee, Radio Show and FM Advocate TalktainmentRadio.com Listen LIVE every Thursday 6PM EST Call 877-932-9766 talk to our guest Spin the Exceptions Prize Wheel @ExceptionsBE @FibroCoach4U LIKE us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/ExceptionsToTheRulesONTalktainmentRadio?ref=tn_tnmn May 12th National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day All Month Long- May Theme- Harvest Health and Resources Take the Exceptions Get Over IT Challenge
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Arthritis is Unacceptable Movie October 2012
Arthritis is Unacceptable! Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program class in Northeastern Ohio shares why the program is so beneficial.
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Comfortable Water Physical Therapy Program for Arthritis Treatment and Pain Relief in Sarasota, FL
http://www.AquaticsPhysicalTherapy.com - (941) 924-9525 In association with the Arthritis Foundation, we will begin offering the Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program in September. Our 93 degree water will relax aching joints and muscles so that you can work harder to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance all in a comfortable environment. These classes are designed for all fitness levels and are proven to decrease pain and improve functional ability. Classes are ideal for those who have arthritis, musculoskeletal or neurological conditions, or just want to get in shape and have fun doing it. If you are tired of doing the same land exercises or if it hurts too much to even exercise on land at all, we invite you to give this class a try! Classes led by a certified trainer and therapist. Other classes starting soon. Call today for more information. Classes begin September 3, 2013 and every Tuesday and Thursday from 2 -- 3 PM in Sarasota, Florida.
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Workout Wednesday #8 - Arthritis Aquatics
In our eighth Workout Wednesday, "Arthritis Aquatics," Aquatic Fitness Instructor Mary Jane Colflesh discusses the benefits of using our warm-water classes to combat aging and discomfort. This is the final edition of the series.
Noodles for Water Exercise Programs - Make a Difference!
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18 Min Sciatica Exercises for Leg Pain Relief - Sciatica Relief & Treatment for Sciatic Nerve Pain
Donate on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hasfit Shop HASfit Tribe store: https://hasfit.myshopify.com/ Visit http://hasfit.com/workouts/home/senior/sciatica-exercises-for-leg-pain-relief/ for the 18 Min Sciatica Exercises for Leg Pain Relief - Sciatica Relief & Treatment for Sciatic Nerve Pain instructions Download the HASfit app: Android http://goo.gl/q1rpi0 -- iPhone http://goo.gl/6N3gfS Start a Free Fitness Program Calendar: Which program is right for me? http://goo.gl/bvRcjV Foundation (beginner) - https://goo.gl/Ay3m3t Motive: (intermediate thru advanced) - https://goo.gl/qH3aSF 30 Day Muscle Building Program: https://goo.gl/aNkmbx 30 Day Ab Challenge Calendar: https://goo.gl/fu0OeU Classic Programs: 30 Day Challenge to Get in Shape (beginner – intermediate): http://goo.gl/YtALOu Warrior 90 HIIT (intermediate): http://goo.gl/NxwO5u Hero 90 (advanced): http://goo.gl/a8BYTk 30 Day Ab Plan (intermediate): http://goo.gl/hVsttG 30 Day Low Impact Program (beginner): http://goo.gl/yH99lZ Get our Diet Guide: Eating For Life https://goo.gl/7qnHn4 Personal Training Services: http://hasfitpersonaltrainer.com Follow us for more! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HASFitness/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hasfit_official/ Snapchat: @hasfit Twitter: https://twitter.com/HeartSoulFit Disclaimer: You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting a HASfit program or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. This is particularly true if you (or your family) have a history of high blood pressure or heart disease, or if you have ever experienced chest pain when exercising or have experienced chest pain in the past month when not engaged in physical activity, smoke, have high cholesterol, are obese, or have a bone or joint problem that could be made worse by a change in physical activity. Do not start this fitness program if your physician or health care provider advises against it. If you experience faintness, dizziness, pain or shortness of breath at any time while exercising you should stop immediately. HASfit offers health, fitness and nutritional information and is designed for educational purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other health-care professional. Do not disregard, avoid or delay obtaining medical or health related advice from your health-care professional because of something you may have read on this site. The use of any information provided on this site is solely at your own risk. HASfit makes no warrants, promises, or claims regarding accuracy of the calories burned estimate. It is provided only as a general reference and each person should use an indirect calorimetry system for a more accurate estimate. Developments in medical research may impact the health, fitness and nutritional advice that appears here. No assurance can be given that the advice contained on HASfit will always include the most recent findings or developments with respect to the particular material.
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What are some low impact exercises that you can recommend for someone over the age of 65?
I have seen some 65 year olds that exercise with just as much vigor as 30 year olds. It all depends on the lifestyle and level of activity that the person is used to. While I do recommend low impact exercises generally, not just for 65 year olds, but for most people, that doesn't preclude 65+ year olds from being able to do more intense and high impact exercises like running, cross fit, lifting weights, etc. I do recommend low impact because it does keep the pressure off the joints and still improves the joint mobility, and maintains some bone strength as well. The first low impact exercise that comes to mind is T'ai Chi. It's a multi-functional exercise. It builds flexibility, and strength, but it also centers and focuses the mind, which is also great for the 65+ population. T'ai Chi is what we call a yen form of martial art where there are ultra slow movements and positions (called forms) that are done over a period of 60 to 75 minutes. By using just the body as a resistance tool, you increase balance, strength, flexibility, and that centered peace of mind feeling. I would recommend either a T'ai Chi or Qigong, or a yen form of martial arts. The second type of low impact exercise is a yoga. I recommend a restorative, flow type yoga. I practice a style of yoga called Ashtanga, and you'd be surprised how many 65+ women and men visit that classroom, and are quite advanced practitioners. If you are a first time practitioner, I do recommend going to a beginner class. Most teachers know how to show you the modifications of specific yoga asanas, or postures, so that it fits your level of practice, flexibility, and strength. The third thing is swimming. Swimming is a great no impact, strength building, AND cardiovascular exercise. If you have a pool, you can just jump in and do a couple of laps. If you have a local gym or YMCA that holds water aerobics class, those can often be fun as well. I definitely recommend water aerobics focus not only on different aspects of non-weight bearing strength building exercises, they incorporate cardiovascular component in a group setting. Classes are always more fun! The other thing you can do is cycling. Just because you're 65+ doesn't mean you can't get on a bicycle and ride your way down a trail, or even if it's a stationary bike - it builds strength and endurance and again, it's no impact and it's great for people who suffer from arthritis or back pain of any kind. Similar to swimming, if you have arthritis or tend to be a little bit overweight, and that hurts the joints and you can't do other low impact things like walking, or any kind of machine work such as elliptical, then water aerobics is actually the perfect option for you, because there is no impact on the joints at all. I also recommend as a low impact exercise, dance classes. There are a plethora of types of dance classes you can choose from. A beginner's Zumba class, which tends to be pretty low impact, moderate intensity. I would recommend a Zumba class for someone who is somewhat in shape, because some Zumba classes can go a little fast. If you are a dancer of any type, then Zumba might be a choice for you. There may be other dance studios in your area that offer things such as ballroom dancing, waltz, or tango. These are activities that still build that cardiovascular endurance, to some people's surprise, but are also fun, and sometimes require a partner, so there is some relatedness, or intimacy there. It can be used as a great date for a husband/wife couple, and can keep you in shape at the same time, and don't require too much flexibility or impact on the joints. Those are some great low impact exercises for folks over 65, and I also recommend that if you are serious about improving your strength, flexibility, and endurance, that you look into a personal trainer that specializes in training those of an advanced age. There are other types of exercises that I'm not aware of, that's outside of my view and expertise, that I'm sure personal trainers have that are fun and effective.
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Why Physical Therapy Should Be In Your Workout Regimen
Learn why physical therapy should be incorporated into your daily workout regimen and also learn its benefits with Doctor of Physical Therapy, Courtney Mitchell, of Positive Physical Therapy http://www.positivephysicaltherapy.com/ in Santa Monica, CA. ZipZapFit - Get a Hot Body & Great Life: Fast, Fun, Forever! Website: http://www.zipzapfit.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zip_zap_fit Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1wQOE1N Twitter: https://twitter.com/zipzapfit YouTube: http://bit.ly/XKuqX4 Podcast: http://apple.co/1r8uwsT ZipZapFit http://www.zipzapfit.com offers an award-winning, sustainable and unique program for women that combines Personal Training (In-Studio, In-Home or Online), Nutrition and Life Strategy Coaching to ensure you reach and permanently sustain your fitness goals. Located in Studio City, CA. Email us now at info@zipzapfit.com to get started with a Commitment-Free Fitness, Nutrition & Lifestyle Assessment! We specialize in the following areas: Weight Loss, Weight Maintenance, Firming & Toning, Injury Rehabilitation, Posture Correction, Flexibility, Balance & Coordination, Stamina & Endurance, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Circuit Training, Strength Training and Senior Citizen Fitness. ZipZapFit also caters to people with: diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, tendonitis, hip dysplasia, prenatal and postnatal fitness needs, obesity, chronic pain (back, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle & full-body) and fibromyalgia.
Fitness Fun Friday with Michelle & Tammy - Extreme Spin
Fitness Fun Friday with Michelle & Tammy. A spinning workout is an excellent way to burn some calories and relieve stress. The workout employs a stationary bike, which has various tension levels. The bike will also track your progress, so that you are motivated to continue and accomplish your fitness goals. There are numerous benefits to a spinning workout. Burn Calories A spinning workout of 45 minutes may allow you to burn around 500 calories, which is a huge amount when compared to other types of workout. However, the amount of calories you burn will depend on the intensity of the workout. Adjust your bike according to the intensity you desire. Build Muscle Tone The spinning workout may help you build some muscle tone. The workout will focus on the core muscles, as well as the buttocks and thighs. You can increase and decrease the tension of the bike; this is similar to riding up and down a hill. While you pedal, you will work your thighs and calves. If you maintain the correct position on the bike, you will also work on your abdominal muscles. When you pedal faster, you are likely to burn fat. When you pedal slower and have a higher tension, you will work your muscles. Increased Cardio Endurance If you opt for regular spinning classes, you will build increased cardio endurance. This is beneficial, especially if you feel weaker and start panting even after an insignificant effort, such as climbing a flight of stairs. Low Impact Exercise A spinning workout is a low impact exercise. This means that it won't put pressure on knees and joints, as other aerobic or running exercises do. The workout is also recommended for people that suffer from arthritis. Relieve Stress Any type of exercise is known to relieve stress. However, a spinning class can be a more efficient stress reliever than most types of exercise. This is due to the fact that the workout is intensive and it is a class where you can meet people and socialize. Spinning classes are held by an instructor that will motivate you throughout the workout. In addition, there will be music, which will make the class more entertaining. Reduced Risks of Injury While running and jogging may present a high risk of injury, a spinning class is less likely to cause any injuries. However, it's recommended to stretch prior to the class, so that you don't pull any muscles. Adjustable Tempo The stationary bike will have adjustable tensions, which you can change during the class. Your trainer can indicate when to change the tension, or you can adjust it according to your abilities and fitness goals. Track Your Progress Most stationary bikes will have some devices which will track the amount of calories you burn, your mileage and even your pulse. This means that you can track your progress, which is also a motivating factor. Can Be Done Year Round Unlike other types of activities such as jogging, which can be unpleasant when performed during the months with extreme temperatures, a spinning class can be performed at any time during the year.
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Optimus Health Care's Health & Wellness Fair
Journey to Wellness of Optimus Health Care hosted a health fair for all the employees and their families. Some of the festivities included face painting for the children, Zumba, work out tips with Fitness Edge trainer, ten-minute massages and more. Special Thanks to: American Cancer Society - Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk American Heart Association Bluepoint Financial Cigna, Inc. Community Health Network The Edge Fitness Club Massage Envy Sickle Cell of South Western Region Summit Health Yaya's Juicy Zumba with Hector Get Connected! www.OptimusHealthCare.org www.facebook.com/optimushealthcare https://twitter.com/optimushealthct
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Larger Adult: Move & Stretch
Full Course Information Page: http://www.fitnesslearningsystems.com/51101/large_adult_00_00.htm FLS Homepage: http://www.fitnesslearningsystems.com/ Explore aquatic exercise as related to the larger adult participant. Special considerations for the obese participant as well as exercise format, and physiological differences are included in this course. Review intensity and safety concerns and see an example of an exercise program.
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