Fitness: Various “Home” & “Backyard” Exercises

Creative Ways to Exercise at Home! – YouTube

Household Chores

16 Ways to Lose Weight Doing Chores Charlotte Andersen shape.com
“..Do double duty with this multitasker’s dream workout!..”

How To Workout and Clean Your House – YouTube

The Housework Workout – YouTube

-Yard work

Fitness: Outdoor Yard Work-Tilling Garden w/HealthFitnesslifeGuy

Weed Pulling Workout (Yard Work Time Lapse … – YouTube

Back yard work out – YouTube

-Winter Shoveling

Fitness: Winter Outdoors-Shoveling w/HealthFitnessLifeGuy

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Sal: I decided to share some of my personal shoveling tips after watching some tips shared at the local news station..

Shoveling heavy snow strains body, heart
Author: Gordon Severson
Published: 5:54 PM CST December 27, 2018
Updated: 5:54 PM CST December 27, 2018 kare11.com
“..Recent studies have shown the higher the snow totals the greater the risk for heart attack and when the snow is wet and heavy like it is for many in the Twin Cities this week, there’s an even greater risk.

..

First, the act of shoveling requires a significant amount of work on your arms, which most Americans aren’t used to working out….

“Usually people are walking, running or biking, using their legs. It’s more rare for people to exercise with their arms and it puts a relatively high amount of work on a relatively weak set of muscles,” Dr. Bart says.


The chilly air in winter also plays a role. Doctors say it causes your blood to thicken and narrows the blood vessels in your heart.

..

“You should listen to your body and if you have unusual shortness of breath or a pressure or tightness in your chest you should back off and seek medical attention.”


Doctors say right when you wake up is the worst time to shovel snow, because your body hasn’t had time to adjust and prepare itself for strenuous activity.

Dr. Bart encourages patients to give their bodies at least 30 minutes to wake up and to eat breakfast before shoveling snow.

“If you have previous heart or lung problems you might want to think about asking a neighbor for help or having someone else shovel your snow.”

Sal:…cont…Before shoveling, I try to get some “energy”, so I treat shoveling as a workout. I do some stretching and warming-up (usually my regular morning routine of “sit-ups” and “push-ups” to get the blood flowing throughout the body). I then eat to get that “natural sugar” (see Health: Alternatives to “processed” sugar for your “sweet tooth”? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com) high (e.g. peanut butter jelly sandwhich or a fruit high in sugar). No matter how cold it is, I dress enough (light winter jacket) to not get sweaty as shoveling will warm me up. I do various phases . For example , yesterday, I shoveled the first priority area of my front yard sidewalk to get the mail person to deliver mail and clear the sidewalk to the street . Depending how much snow and weight, I would take a break. Yesterday afternoon, I took 1 hour and a half to shovel 9-12″ of snow in my front yard sidewalk and back. It was so much snow, I just did a width big enough just to walk through.

After my first phase, I treated it as a workout, so I had some “post-workout” (Health & Fitness: How to Gain “Healthy” Muscle Weight? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com) snacks (e.g. protein). This not only build your muscles, but also gives you more energy for more shoveling.

The second phase, I roof shoveled both my house and garage. With more possible snow coming in this early part of winter. I don’t want my roof to collapse due to “heavy snow”, so better to shovel it while it’s lite and fresh! I also did my driveway to my portable garage (from 6ish-7ish). I want to do this part just so I have a place to park my car “inside” with the up-coming cold temperatures.

It’s a “race against time” as the wet snow might freeze and get harder to shovel. Fortunately, this didn’t happen with this particular “snow fall”. After the 2nd phase, I went back inside my house to take a break (e.g. snack-fired apples with cinnamon in olive oil, cottage cheese , etc..).

The third phase,I shoveled the driveway to my main garage late in the evening (8ish-9ish ). It was actually pretty peaceful at night and I would take a break and admire the beautiful stars. It’s important to take breaks when it comes to shoveling this large amount of snow.

It was late and didn’t want to do more shoveling that’s not needed even though the snow might freeze and become harder the next day. I got dinner and ate a high (see Health: When is “too much” Protein in your diet “too much”? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com) protein meal (veggie burger). Before going to bed, I usually have a fish oil supplement, which is great to reduce inflammation (see Health: Tips to “fight” Inflammation goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com) or reduce any soreness after intense shoveling!

My last phase was this morning after my overnight (sleep shift) job. I went to do the “final touches” (e.g. widening the paths or clearing the whole sidewalk of my front and back yard.) I had enough energy to shovel even the grassy area in my front yard to dig-up my “solar string ” Christmas/holiday lights. 🙂 Again, I did my pre-workout (small peanut-butter and jelly “soft wrap” as a small breakfast- How to “naturally boost” your energy? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com) and post-workout snacks! This time, I had some protein pancakes after my last phase of shoveling as a treat! 🙂

Snow Shoveling Exercises

Shovel Snow Like an Athlete! By: Dr Caitlin Davidson yogathletix.com
“..1. Warm up first: Take 10 minutes to get blood pumping to your major muscle groups to prepare them for working in the cold, and to prepare your heart and blood vessels for the strenuous cardiovascular workout ahead. Jumping jacks, squats, spider-man lunges, push ups… imagine you’re warming up for GETnFIT. This is an incredibly important step because many people not only injure themselves, but even die of heart attacks while shoveling snow every year. Share this tip with snow shovelers in your life!..”

Snow Shovel Fitness: 1 2 3 Go! Squat Press + Throw the … – YouTube

Safe Snow Removal for Seniors: Find Help, or Follow Best-Practices Published: Feb 25, 2014 comfortkeepers.com
“..Snow shoveling

Even for those who exercise regularly, shoveling snow is rigorous, physical work. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, shoveling is considered an intense activity that raises one’s blood pressure and heart rate. Here are some tips for seniors – and others – for shoveling safely:

Dress appropriately. Wearing layers will allow for adjustment to the temperature outside. Be sure to dress warmly enough and cover the head, face and hands when outside for prolonged periods of time.
Pick the right waterproof boots. Protect feet from the cold and keep them dry with waterproof boots. Non-skid boots help guard against falls on slick snow or hidden ice.
Pick a small shovel. Depending on how wet the snow is – a shovel full of snow can weigh up to 15 pounds! Selecting a smaller shovel means lighter loads of snow, which can help prevent injury to the body by creating less strain.
Stay hydrated. Water plays an important role when people exercise in the summer or winter. Having a water bottle handy just inside the garage and taking a few sips after every 15 minutes of shoveling snow will help guard against dehydration.
Shovel frequently. If a big storm is forecasted, go outside and shovel every time the snowfall is about 2 inches. This will help lessen the load and make snow shoveling more manageable.
Set a time limit. Shoveling snow is a hard work, so take a break after 20 – 30 minutes of shoveling and resume after having rested.
Lift with the legs, not the back. The legs have very strong muscle groups so make sure the legs carry the brunt of the lifting. Bend and straighten the knees when shoveling and make sure the back is not bending.
Push the snow. It’s easier to push the shovel full of snow instead of lifting and throwing the snow.
Separate the hands on the shovel. Creating space between your hands can increase leverage on the shovel to make it easier.
Avoid caffeine and nicotine before shoveling. Caffeine and nicotine act as stimulants to our bodies by increasing the heart rate and constricting blood vessels, which puts more strain on the heart.
Never shovel alone. Let a spouse or neighbor know you will be shoveling. That way, if a person does get into trouble someone will be looking out and can call for help quickly.
..”

Homebody Workouts

5 Best Home Workout Tips (APPLY TO ALL HOME … – YouTube

Extreme At HOME Stairs Workout – YouTube

WallDrill – YouTube

-Simple Household Items

Creative Kitchen Pot Workout to Do at Home – YouTube

30 MIN Full Body Chair Workout w/KarinaEM- Total Body Creative …

-Warm ups

5-Minute Warm Up for At-Home Workouts – YouTube

Warm up for HOME workout! – YouTube

Perfect Warm Up before your workout – YouTube

-Balancing
*see Fitness: How “Balanced” are you?goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Balance Exercises – 10 Minute Home Workout to Improve … – YouTube

Home Vestibular Exercises – YouTube

Balance and stretching exercises from home – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVh_6L4KUYo
*see Fitness: Various kinds of Stretches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

7 Balance Exercises for Seniors-Fall Prevention by … – YouTube

*see Fitness: Exercise tips for Seniors goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

-No Equipment

=>Ab Workouts
*see Fitness: Morning Routine-Different types of Sit-Ups-Crunches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

10 Min Abs Workout — At Home Abdominal and Oblique … – YouTube

30 MINUTE CORE AT HOME WORKOUT – NO EQUIPMENT – YouTube

Home AB Workout – Effective Exercises & Routines – YouTube

=> Lower Body

Best HOME Leg Workout – NO Equipment Needed … – YouTube

=>Cardio

32 Minute Home Cardio Workout with No Equipment – Calorie – YouTube

10-Minute No-Equipment Home Workout, Full Body … – YouTube

-Equipment

=>Make it your own

How To Build A Pull Up Bar, (Outside) !! – YouTube

=>Standard Equipment

The 25 Best Home Workout Equipment of 2019 – Family Living Today familylivingtoday.com
“…One of the best things you can do for your body is to exercise with gym equipment. … To help you find the best home workout equipment, we’ve curated a list of 25 …. Plus, despite its numerous features, it folds for easy storage…”

Best 19 Small Exercise Equipment for Home By James November 19, 2018
fitbodybuzz.com

-Bench

No-Equipment Bench Workout–Quick & Easy At-Home … – YouTube

Simple Equipments

-Airex Pads

AIREX Fitline Exercise Mats – Entry Level Model for Daily Use – YouTube

-Bosu Balls

Full-body BOSU Ball Home Workout – YouTube

-Dumbbells
*see Fitness: Upper Body Workouts-Arms, Biceps, etc… goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Home Workout Routine – Top 8 Dumbbell Exercises – YouTube

12 Minute Home Full Body Workout Using Only Dumbbells … – YouTube

15 Min Full Body Dumbbell Workout at Home for Women … – YouTube

=>Alternatives

What to use instead of dumbbells in home workouts – tips – YouTube

-Medicine Balls

Medicine Ball Home Workout, Medicine Ball Ideas … – YouTube

Medicine Ball core exercise that you can do from home – YouTube

Medicine Ball Dance Workout -Keaira LaShae – YouTube

-Resistance Bands
*see Fitness: Various Resistance Training Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Home Workout using Resistance Bands – YouTube

-Stability Balls

Total Body Stability Ball & dumbbell Home Workout – YouTube

-Stepper

20 Minute Steps Workout Routine for Beginners – Stepper … – YouTube

How to Make Steps – YouTube

-Misc

Fitness at Home – Sandbag, Medicine Ball, or Dumbbell … – YouTube

How to Make your Own Home Gym

->Bedroom


How to Setup Awesome Home Gym in BEDROOM – YouTube

Lower Body Workouts

The Best Home Leg Workout Ever! No More Skinny Legs! – YouTube

45 Min Butt and Legs Workout for Women & Men – Home … – YouTube

Regular Workouts

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Fitness: How “Balanced” are you?

Balance and Coordination and Fitness topendsports.com
“..There are two types of balance: static and dynamic. Static balance is maintaining equilibrium when stationary, while dynamic balance is maintaining equilibrium when moving. We use our eyes, ears and ‘body sense’ to help retain our balance. Coordination is a complex skill that requires not only good balance, but good levels of other fitness components such strength and agility. Balance and coordination can be improved through practice and training within specific sports…”

Fitness Test

Static

TFT Static Balance Test – YouTube

1. Romberg Test

Romberg Test physio-pedia.com
‘… is an appropriate tool to diagnose sensory ataxia, a gait disturbance caused by abnormal proprioception involving information about the location of the joints. It is also proven to be sensitive and accurate means of measuring the degree of disequilibrium caused by the central vertigo, peripheral vertigo and head trauma. [1] It has been used in clinic for 150 years [2] ..

Purpose

The Romberg test is used to demonstrate the effects of posterior column disease upon human upright postural control. Posterior column disease involves selective damaging of the posterior column, known as tabes dorsalis neurosyphilis. The Romberg test is used for the clinical assessment of patients with disequilibrium or ataxia from sensory and motor disorders. “

Sharpened Romberg – YouTube

Sharpened Romberg Test – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FM7s7Sqc6NA
“Remedy Pain and Performance
Published on Mar 9, 2015
Great assessment to determine your balance as well as an easy drill to improve balance.

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Inability to do this (15 seconds eyes open), something wrong with ear or preceptive

Romberg Test
https://youtu.be/AHBlWW3pk3A
*close your eyes after having it open for first 30 seconds

2. Stork-Stand Balance Test

Stork Balance Stand Test topendsports.com
“..purpose: To assess the ability to balance on the ball of the foot…”

Stork Balance Stand Test – YouTube

3. McGill’s Torso Muscular Endurance Test Battery
*see Fitness: Morning Routine-Different types of Sit-Ups-Crunches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

McGill’s Torso Muscular Endurance Test Battery Blog by:Akshita Piplani bfysportsnfitness Posted on November 24, 2016 bfyblogs.com
“..1)To evaluate balanced core strength and stability, it is important to assess all sides of the torso.

2)Poor endurance capacity of the torso muscles or an imbalance between these three muscle groups can contribute to low-back dysfunction and core instability…”

McGill’s Torso Test – YouTube

-Others

Testing Your Core: Part 4 graychiropractic.ca
“..In the table below you can review the normal ratios when comparing endurance scores between the Trunk Extensors, Trunk Flexors (abdominals), and Lateral Trunk Muscles…”
*trunk lateral endurance test (a.k.a. “side bridge test”)

Side Bridge Muscle Testing
by Kim Nunley healthyliving.azcentral.com

The 7 Stage Abdominal Strength Test – YouTube

Dynamic

Dynamic Balance Test: Can You Do It? – YouTube

Stability & Mobility Training

Static Balance

Training for Balance, Training for Life Christopher Gagliardi by Christopher Gagliardi
on March 28, 2013 acefitness.org
“..Center of Gravity (COG)

Line of Gravity (LOG)

Gravity acts on the body in a straight line through the COG toward the center of the earth. The line of gravity must fall within the base of support to maintain balance without moving.

Base of Support (BOS)

This is the area beneath the body that is encompassed when one continuous line connects all points of the body that are in contact of the ground…

Center of Gravity & Static Balance Tutorials – YouTube

Exercises to Improve Dynamic & Static Balance : Fitness … – YouTube

=>Single Leg

Balance – Dynamic Single-Leg Stand – YouTube

Balance – Blind Static Single Leg Stand (Advanced) – YouTube

Stability – Single Leg Balance Reach (Frontal) – YouTube

Stability – Single Leg Balance Reach (Multiplane) – YouTube

Single Leg Balance with Hip Flexion – YouTube

Single-leg balance + contralateral arm reach – YouTube

Increase balance and stability…DB Single-Leg/Reverse Curl – YouTube

Single Leg Balance + Hip Abduction | Chris Johnson PT – YouTube

Stability – Single Leg Balance on a Bosu (Static) – YouTube

Static Balance activities- 4-ways single leg stance – YouTube

Exercises

Dynamic

Dynamic Balance Workout – YouTube

Both

Balance Training Exercises

Exercises to Improve Dynamic & Static Balance : Fitness … – YouTube

Others

Fitness Tests thepegeek.com
‘Fitness Tests is the quick, easy handbook guide for PE teachers, sports coaches, personal trainers or anyone looking to measure their fitness.

The app allows for swift reference of over 30 fitness tests from aerobic capacity, through to flexibility. Upon selecting your test you will be provided with the aim, equipment, procedure and the norm standards so that you can easily and accurately complete the tests you desire.

***Procedures and norms for the following tests are included within the app

20m Shuttle Run, 12 Minute Run, 1.6km Run, Harvard Step Test, Queens Step Test
300/400/800m Run Tests, RAST tests
Handgrip Dynamometer, 1RM Bench Press, 1RM Leg Press
Timed Push-ups, Pull Up Test, Squats Test
Sit and Reach Test, Trunk Rotation Test, Shoulder Elevation Test
Waist Circumference, Body Mass Index, Waist-Hip Ratio
Vertical Jump Test, Standing Broad Jump
35m Sprint, 50m Sprint
Illinois Agility Test, T-Test
Stork Balance Test, Standing Balance Test
Alternate Hand Wall Test, Soft Drink Can Test
Ruler Drop Test
..”

*see Fitness: Physiology of Exercise goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Fullerton Advanced Balance

FAB Scale

Test Administration Instructions for the Fullerton Advanced Balance Scale us.humankinetics.com

Fullerton Advanced Balance (FAB) Scale sites.duke.edu
“…

To assess balance

Equipment: Stopwatch, pencil, yardstick, 6-inch high bench, tape, foam pads for standing, metronome.

PRACTICAL NOTE: The Short Form of the Fullerton Advanced Balance Scale includes only the 4 sections with asterisks. These tests are straightforward to administer and less time-intensive than performance of the complete battery.

10 sections:
•Stand with feet together and eyes closed
•Reach forward to retrieve an object (pencil) held at shoulder height with outstretched arm
•Turn 360 degrees in right and left directions
•Step up onto and over a 6-inch bench*
*more flexibility (see Fitness: Various kinds of Stretches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com) exercises, lower body (*see hip, knee Medical: Knee Dislocation-Causes, treatment, healing, etc…? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com/ , ankle, etc.. Fitness: Lower Body Workout goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
)

•Tandem walk*
•Stand on one leg*
•Stand on foam with eyes closed*
•Two-footed jump for distance
*work on upper (see Fitness: Upper Body Workouts-Arms, Biceps, etc… goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com/) and lower (w/resistance bands Fitness: Various Resistance Training Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com/
•Walk with head turns
*work on vestibular, vision, and COG (see Health: Natural Healthy Ways to Improve Your Eye Sight? , goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com ),
•Reactive postural control
*work on posture (see Fitness: How to reverse common Abnormal Postures? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com) , COG, and lower body (hips and kneese- see down below) using resistance bands

[FAB Scale Administration Instructions]

[FAB Short Form Scoring Sheet]

[FAB Full Scale Scoring Sheet]

[FAB Scale Interpretation]…”

Standing-Feet Together Eyes Close (Balance

National Stroke Association
Published on Aug 21, 2015
This is a beginning balance exercise. Hold still for 30-60 seconds. Add difficulty by closing your eyes. Perform this exercise next to a counter or in a narrow hallway in case you must catch yourself from falling.
*need to work on Center of Gravity, somatosensory cues, and strengthening hips (see Fitness: Various Exercises for the Hip goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Multidirectional Reach Test
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_RU5m1BxdU
*fear of falling, lower body weakness (*see Fitness: Lower Body Workout goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
)

Fullerton Advanced Balance Scale

*includes: 360 degree turn, step over bench
-> dizziness (see Health: Natural Healthy Ways to Improve Your Eye Sight? , goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com ), poor lower body (*see Fitness: Lower Body Workout goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com )

Active Aging Tandem Walk Balance and Function … – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9ferfe-OMo
*work on COG (Center of Gravity), vision, and hips (see above)

Balance – Static Single-Leg Stand

*work on COG (Center of Gravity), vision, and hips (see above)

Fall Prevention Exercises (Balance Series) – Head Turn Walking …

*work on vision, and lower body(see above)

Anticipatory and Reactive Balance Testing- Mary Emminger, Carly Sno, Kelsey Lewis

Fullerton Advanced Balance (FAB) SCALE – YouTube

Berg Balance Scale

Berg Balance Test – YouTube

Berg Balance Scale – YouTube

Berg Balance Scale (Test): How to Do- Physical Therapy … – YouTube

Tinetti Assessment Tool: Gait – YouTube

Tinetti Balance Test – YouTube

TINETTI Assessment – YouTube

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Fitness: Physiology of Exercise

Human Anatomy Systems

*see Medical: Human Anatomy Overall goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Exercise Physiology Basics nursinglink.monster.com
“..The changes that occur to the cardiovascular system during exercise all have a common function: they allow the body to meet the increasing needs demanded from an increased workload on the body. Many components of the cardiovascular system work in tandem with one another to achieve this goal. Like a fine tuned machine, the components of the cardiovascular system are orchestrated by local mechanisms, as well as by the neural and endocrine systems, to supply the increase in demand. The role of the nervous and endocrine systems will be discussed in a later topic. To better understand the contribution of every mechanism, we will need to take a quick look at each in greater detail. The following physiologic factors perform a unique contribution to the overall goal of homeostasis. These will include:..”

What Happens to your Heart when you Exercise – The Human Body – A User’s Guide
https://youtu.be/O8ttt3M8qZM
*see Medical: How the Heart Functions? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
& *see Fitness: Various Cardio Workouts goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Physiological Responses and Adaptations ptdirect.com
acute merriam-webster.com
“..characterized by sharpness or severity

acute pain

(2) :having a sudden onset, sharp rise, and short course

acute disease

(3) :being, providing, or requiring short-term medical care (as for serious illness or traumatic injury)

acute hospitals

an acute patient

b :lasting a short time

acute experiments

..
chronic merriam-webster.com
“..Definition of chronic
1 a :continuing or occurring again and again for a long time

chronic indigestion

chronic experiments

b :suffering from a chronic disease

the special needs of chronic patients

2 a :always present or encountered; especially :constantly vexing, weakening, or troubling

chronic petty warfare

chronic meddling in one another’s domestic affairs —Amatzia Baram

b :being such habitually

a chronic grumbler

..

*see Fitness: Kinesiology-Kinematic Exercise Types goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Sweating

Sweat Is Cool humankinetics.com
“..Sweating does for humans what panting does for dogs, but sweating does it better. Sweating is an effective way to stay safely cool in hot environments. That simple fact explains why humans are better than most animals at being physically active in the heat for prolonged periods. Animals that do not sweat cannot pant fast enough to keep up with the heat production of exercise. In humans, when body temperature increases slightly above normal resting temperature (98.6 ℉, or 37 ℃), the hypothalamus in the brain senses the increase in temperature and signals the sympathetic nervous system to dilate blood vessels in the skin and activate sweat glands. (See figure 10.3.)..”

Why do we sweat.mp4

The Science of Sweat By Tim Newcomb Dec 7, 2016 popularmechanics.com
From nerves to exercise, this is sweat’s cool factor.
“..When your body starts to heat up, whether it’s because of exercise, work, or outside temperature, your brain reacts by releasing sweat from the more than 2.5 million eccrine glands spread out across nearly all of your body, pouring liquid through pores to lower your body temperature. But when sweat simply drips off you and hits the floor, it can’t lower your body temperature. To reap the cooling effect of sweat, though, that salty liquid must evaporate off the skin and turn into a gas, says William Byrnes, a sweat expert at the University of Colorado…”

Sweat isn’t triggered by heart rate or movement, but by receptors in the hypothalamus area of the brain. Individuals living in hot and humid environments will adapt to the weather, just as people aerobically trained will sweat more and sooner. The body welcomes “adaptions that help us with heat regulation,” Byrnes explains.

Because the stink of sweat doesn’t come from the odorless, colorless liquid the body produces in an effort to cool the skin, but rather from contact with bacteria present on the body, we have to combat it from all angles. With this bacteria concentrated in the armpit, applying a powerful deodorant to that specific area, instead of rubbing it all over, proves the most effective way to combat B.O…”

-Hydration


*see Health: What’s the “best” quality drinking water? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Healthy Hydration American Council on Exercise by American Council on Exercise on January 29, 2009 acefitness.org
“..Hydration Hints
•Drink 17 to 20 ounces of water two hours before the start of exercise.
•Drink 7 to 10 ounces of fluid every 10 to 20 minutes during exercise.
•Drink 16 to 24 ounces of fluid for every pound of body weight lost after exercise.
..”

Exercise – Thermoregulation: HEAT TRANSFER FROM … – YouTube

Thermoregulation During Exercise

-Fitness Gear

SWEAT SPOTS: Exercise clothing TIPS for those who SWEAT a lot!

“Published on Oct 7, 2011

**HEY, SUBSCRIBE & RATE THIS!** Just a few tips on what I have found to work me (being that I am someone who sweats profusely during exercise), in terms of clothing material to purchase (stay away from 100% cotton, however nylon & spandex work great!).

Wicking fabric is a must, just be sure to check the labels of the workout gear you’re thinking of purchasing. Just because it is sold as fitness gear, does not mean that it will provide the wicking effect you need if you tend to sweat a lot!
If you have a brand you recommend, please do share!”

*see Tips for Energy during “Hot” Summer Activities goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

10 Fitness Fabrics, Explained Karla Bruning shape.com
Your workout clothes do more than make you look good: wearing the right material can also increase the efficiency of your sweat sesh
“…Bamboo pulp yields a natural fabric that’s light, breathable, and moisture-wicking—it also protects your skin from ultraviolet rays. “It feels insanely soft, repels odors, regulates your temperature, and is UPF 50+,” says Tasc Performance designer, Sarah Chase. Tasc Performance and other brands blend chemical-free bamboo with organic cotton, wool, and spandex to make workout clothes l..

…A recent Belgian study found that it gives off less post-workout stench than polyester because synthetic fabrics allow stink-causing bacteria to thrive. But don’t head to spin class in a cotton tee just yet. Cotton absorbs moisture, potentially making you feel like a dishrag during a hard-charging workout. Still, for yoga, weight training, or other low-sweat activities, go with clothes made from cotton blends”..

Famously used to make women’s stockings, the synthetic fabric is soft as silk, mildew resistant, and dries quickly. It’s also breathable and wicks sweat from your skin to the fabric’s surface, where it can evaporate.You’ll find nylon in all kinds of sportswear, ..

Polyester’s main drawback: the stink factor. Synthetic material can foster bacteria growth, and it also doesn’t dry quite as quickly as polypropylene or nylon….

But unlike polyester, this synthetic material is totally water-resistant, says Lauren Hallworth, product line manager for Brooks Running apparel. “Even if you’re sweaty after a run and the outside of the shirt is wet, what’s touching you is completely dry,” says Hallworth. “It’s great as a base layer.” Polypropylene forces moisture to pass through its fibers, expelling it to the fabric’s surface where it can evaporate. ..

=>Cold Weather

WOMEN:
The Best Cold-Weather Workout Gear By Caitlin Carlson December 2, 2015 womenshealthmag.com
The perfectly crisp fall days are almost behind us. Gear up for outdoor winter workouts with these 10 essentials
“..
Adidas Techfit ClimaWarm+ Tights

The fabric of these tights is woven just tightly enough to block cold air while still allowing sweat to escape. Mesh vents behind the knees are a sign that these budget-friendly tights are on par with premium options…

Moving Comfort Sprint Insulated Vest

Keeping your core warm is key to regulating your body temperature in cold conditions. This quilted vest does just that—without restricting your movement. The side panels are made of a lightweight material so you don’t feel like the Michelin Man…”

MEN:
10 Winter Running Essentials by Jeff Laboon mensfitness.com
All the running gear to keep you warm and dry on your winter runs—”Baby, it’s cold outside,” won’t stand as an excuse not to go.

‘…
Mid Layer

The Adidas Sequencials Half-Zip Long Sleeve Tee doesn’t just offer a mock turtleneck to protect your neck and trap body heat from escaping. Made with a spandex-type blend, its material allows for full range of motion while also keeping you cool and dry between your base and jacket. What’s more: The zipper and mesh side panels allow for extra ventilation without sacrificing body heat. Get it in grey or “infrared,” an orangish color that will shine bright on the darkest of runs. ($60, adidas.com)
..”

Leggings

Though they may not leave much to the imagination, a pair of tights must be in your running wardrobe. Period. Because just like the upper body, you want a compression layer touching the skin that can easily wick away sweat. Under Armour’s ColdGear Action Leggings are a modest set of tights made from nylon, polyester, and elastane, and paired with some synthetic underwear, they’ll keep you cool and dry. Trust us, if there’s one part of the body you want to keep comfortable on a freezing run, it’s your, lower body. Your girlfriend/wife will thank you. ($50, underarmour.com)

Wool Socks

Running in the right sock (or wrong sock) can make all the difference in your winter workout. You want a moisture-wicking sock that’s thick and warm enough to prevent frostbitten toes, but that isn’t too bulky to cram into your shoe. The Smartwool PhD Toe Sock Mini controls the temperature in your feet and blocks the bacteria that make them reek. Its individual toes are intended to prevent blisters, and even though they’re partially made of merino wool, these socks won’t itch—promise. They cover the balls of your feet to ensure there isn’t a slit …”
Suggested Online Shopping Sites:
Steep & Cheap.comsteepandcheap.com

Shoes

Are You Wearing the Right Shoes For Your Workout? by Amber Long on October 27, 2015 acefitness.org
“..If you participate in a specific sport or activity more than two times per week, the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) recommends wearing a sport-specific shoe. This means you might need different shoes for different activities. Here are some recommendations on shoes for popular fitness modes…

For those who do not log miles, replace shoes every six months if you work out most days, or every year if you exercise a couple of times per week. You can extend the life of your fitness shoes by using them only when you exercise. Purchase a casual pair of sneakers to jet around town. This will prevent wear and tear from standing or walking and allow you to look forward to lacing up for exercise.”

Proper Fit Explained: You Don’t Have a Shoe Size; You Have a Foot Size 12 November 2011 naturalrunningcenter.com
“..A proper fit accounts for the natural expansion of the foot upon ground contact. Excess waste is eliminated, along with everything that inhibits your foot’s natural motion. So your foot is free to move and work the way nature intended it to; the way of its own barefoot motion. Call it toe wiggle freedom.

Yet, with sizing, most get it wrong

First, abandon the notion that you have a shoe size. Instead you have a foot size. Shoes are made all over the world and apply different shapes and standards. If you measure your foot seated with a traditional measuring device like a Brannock Device and base your size on that you will likely be off by 1-2 sizes when applied to a running or hiking shoe. One shoe size is only 1/3 an inch.

Here’s why most sizes are too small:

When a load is applied to a foot by running or with a pack weight your foot will spread in length by up to half an inch

You need at least an 1/8 inch or more space on heel and toe for any sock.

You want 1/3 to 1/2 an inch in front of your big toe to allow room for loading and splay

Your foot will splay 15 percent in width under load.

Your foot is widest at the toes and unfortunately most shoes are not shaped this way.

Tips on sizing.

At Two Rivers Treads, we never had a customer return shoes because they too were too big.

Do not assume you are the same size as a previous shoe.

Take your time and try several shoes on, preferably at the end of the day. Go run in them. Do not try them on sitting…”

How to Find Your Proper Shoe Size – YouTube

8 Winter Cycling Shoes For Seriously Cold Weather By Katelyn Miller on January 12, 2016 bicycletouringpro.com

“..Northwave Fahrenheit Winter Cycling Shoes

For a road bike shoe that keeps feet warm in temperatures down around freezing the Northwave Fahrenheit is a sleek, reliable option. The GTX stands for Gore-tex, a waterproof lining that protects from wind and moisture. The shoe is designed with a speed lace system with additional hook-and-loop closure that adds even more protection from the elements.

northwave artic black winter cycling shoes..”

Shoe Lengths for U.S. & European Shoe Sizes with Sizing Chart healthyfeetstore.com
*see Fitness: Benefits of Biking? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

=>Wind Gear

GORE-TEX® and WINDSTOPPER®: What’s the difference? inspiration.goreapparel.com
A Study Program for curious minds and serious athletes
“..Here’s a new term to learn: expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE). The GORE-TEX® membrane found in both GORE-TEX® and WINDSTOPPER® is an extremely thin layer of expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE). It has over 9 billion pores per square inch–these pores give the GORE-TEX® fabric its amazing characteristics.

What are those characteristics? To sum it up short and sweet: WINDSTOPPER® products are windproof, breathable and WATER RESISTANT, while GORE-TEX® products are windproof, breathable and WATERPROOF. As you can see, the real difference lies in the waterproofness.

As a visual aid, take look at these jackets from our GORE BIKE WEAR® ELEMENT collection to learn more about the characteristics of GORE-TEX® and WINDSTOPPER®:..”

7 Best Waterproof Socks To Keep Your Toes Toasty & Dry — PHOTOS .bustle.com
Dexshell Hytherm Pro Waterproof Socks (Small) walmart.com

-Bad Odor

Foods that make your sweat smell bodyandsoul.com.au
“..
Humans have two types of sweat glands – eccrine glands and apocrine glands.

Eccrine glands control body temperature and are concentrated on our foreheads, underarms, soles and palms. They release sweat with little odour, mostly composed of water, salt and other trace minerals such as calcium and potassium.

Apocrine glands are found mostly around the armpits, lower abdomen and genitals. Their purpose is to excrete wastes (mostly fats and proteins) from the body. Although this sweat also has little odour itself, bacteria on the skin feed on it and produce malodorous waste products such as androstenes and isovaleric acid. The process takes about 20 minutes.

Studies show that women find fresh male sweat reasonably pleasant, but the chemical compounds that result from its breakdown highly unpleasant…”

5 Foods That Can Increase Your Body Odor By Gina Roberts-GreyMoney & Security WriterAugust 12, 2013 nextavenue.org

Broccoli, red meat, junk food and low-carb diets can increase BO. Here’s how you can avoid putting up a stink…

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7 Foods That Fight Odors Jessica Girdwain Sep 16, 2011 womansday.com
Banish bad breath, offensive body odor and stinky feet the natural way

‘..For Offensive Body Odor:

Citrus Fruits
..”

Stress

The General Adaptation Syndrome: Applications for Sports Training sports-training-adviser.com
“..In the 1930s, Hans Selye first described the General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) as the predictable way in which the body restores itself to balance, or homeostasis, in response to stress. … Around the same time exercise physiologists began exploring adaptations taking place due to different forms of training stresses…

The General Adaptation Syndrome has three distinct stages:

The Alarm Stage, or alarm reaction stage, is the initial response when stress is first recognized. This fight or flight response is a very quick hormonal response that served to help animals survive in the face of danger since ancient times.

We might respond to narrowly missing a serious car accident in the same way. Our bodies immediately release hormones, including cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline to provide instant energy. Adrenaline immediately raises the blood pressure and heart rate. When the stress is removed, the body returns to normal state of homeostasis.

The Resistance Stage, or adaptation stage, occurs if the stress continues or recurs for a period of time. In this stage, the body makes adjustments in its structures or enzyme levels to give it added protection against this specific type of stress. Rest must occur in order for recovery and rebuilding to take place.

The type of training the athlete performs determines the type of protein synthesized during recovery. This is the reason for “specificity” of the adaptive response to training. A speed training session will mobilize the energy, building projects and immune responses in the cells and tissues involved in producing speed. The stimulation of these reserves during a speed training session will dictate the type of structural changes during recovery to make the cell stronger for the next speed training session.

Mobilization of the immune system strengthens the defense capacity of the body and stimulates the repair process by dismantling and rebuilding damaged cells. The immune system plays a critical role in the outcome of the response to training.

The Exhaustion Stage occurs when long-term stress is not removed. At this point the athlete becomes fatigued and irritable. The body runs out of reserve energy and stress takes its toll on the athlete’s mental, physical, and emotional abilities. When excessive long-term stress persists, as in the case of overtraining, the athlete is unable to function and is forced to take time for recovery….”

general adaptation syndrome model

*see Medical: Endocrine System goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Fuel Sources
*see Health: Nutrition-Foods to Know About goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

The Body’s Fuel Sources humankinetics.com
This is an excerpt from Endurance Sports Nutrition, Third Edition by Suzanne Girard Eberle.

The Body’s Fuel Sources

This is an excerpt from Endurance Sports Nutrition, Third Edition by Suzanne Girard Eberle.

The Body’s Fuel Sources

Our ability to run, bicycle, ski, swim, and row hinges on the capacity of the body to extract energy from ingested food. As potential fuel sources, the carbohydrate, fat, and protein in the foods that you eat follow different metabolic paths in the body, but they all ultimately yield water, carbon dioxide, and a chemical energy called adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Think of ATP molecules as high-energy compounds or batteries that store energy. Anytime you need energy—to breathe, to tie your shoes, or to cycle 100 miles (160 km)—your body uses ATP molecules. ATP, in fact, is the only molecule able to provide energy to muscle fibers to power muscle contractions. Creatine phosphate (CP), like ATP, is also stored in small amounts within cells. It’s another high-energy compound that can be rapidly mobilized to help fuel short, explosive efforts. To sustain physical activity, however, cells must constantly replenish both CP and ATP.

Our daily food choices resupply the potential energy, or fuel, that the body requires to continue to function normally. This energy takes three forms: carbohydrate, fat, and protein. (See table 2.1, Estimated Energy Stores in Humans.) The body can store some of these fuels in a form that offers muscles an immediate source of energy. Carbohydrates, such as sugar and starch, for example, are readily broken down into glucose, the body’s principal energy source. Glucose can be used immediately as fuel, or can be sent to the liver and muscles and stored as glycogen. During exercise, muscle glycogen is converted back into glucose, which only the muscle fibers can use as fuel. The liver converts its glycogen back into glucose, too; however, it’s released directly into the bloodstream to maintain your blood sugar (blood glucose) level. During exercise, your muscles pick up some of this glucose and use it in addition to their own private glycogen stores. Blood glucose also serves as the most significant source of energy for the brain, both at rest and during exercise. The body constantly uses and replenishes its glycogen stores. The carbohydrate content of your diet and the type and amount of training that you undertake influence the size of your glycogen stores…”

Nutrition Notes: Fuel Sources for Exercise – YouTube

FLUIDS DURING EXERCISE

What to Drink During Your Workout – YouTube

How Much Water Do You Really Need? Mauro Di Pasquale July 06, 2017 • 2 min read bodybuilding.com
“..So How Much Water Should You Drink

My recommendation is to drink when you’re thirsty, and if you think you should be drinking more, don’t overdo it. As far as drinking water in and around exercise, I’ve outlined a few simple guidelines that will make sure you’re well hydrated without hitting any extremes.

Within an hour or so of training, drink a few glasses of water so you start well hydrated. While training you can drink a glass or so of water for every 15 minutes you train, especially if you’re sweating it out.

However, even during times of heavy sweating don’t take in more than a quart and half of water per hour. As far as how much your daily intake of water should be, The American College of Sports Medicine that 12 quarts is the maximum amount to drink in a 24-hour period…”

Should You Drink Water During A Work Out? – YouTube

Should you drink water while training

*hydrate before

DONT DRINK H20

How much water should you drink during a workout? By Cosmopolitan Apr 9, 2014 cosmopolitan.com

‘..Exercise under 30 minutes
No need to drink whilst exercising (unless it’s very warm), but re-hydrate with water afterwards.

Exercise from 30-60 minutes
As above, then re-hydrate post-training with a drink containing both water and CHO.

Exercise 1-3 hours
Take a sports drink with you which combines water and CHO. Sip regularly throughout the session – aim for 30-60g CHO per hour. Continue to use the same drink post-training.

Exercise 3hrs +
Choose a sports drink which combines water, CHO and some sodium/salts. Sip regularly, taking on 30-60g CHO per hour and continue to drink post-training.

Check your hydration levels
There are two effective ways to check hydration levels when exercising.

Weigh yourself both pre and post a session to see how much weight has reduced. A 1kg weight loss equates to around 1 litre of fluid and you should aim to restore levels to your original weight post-training. And check your urine colour: the darker it is, the more dehydrated you are (although if you are taking single nutrient supplements these can affect urine colour eg B vitamins can turn urine fluorescent yellow)…”

DON’T Drink Water When Working Out & Eat MORE Fat
https://youtu.be/8tp99oeGwi0
“.. Pain 78
Pain 78
3 months ago
Vince advocated not drinking water for reducing only. If you followed his maximum definition then you would be hydrated before the workout and not drink during. He did advocate drinking water when trying to add weight and bulk up so-to-speak. People take quotes from Vince and run with them without ever knowing what he really said. ..”

This is what drinking too much water during exercise does to your body By Ariana Eunjung Cha July 1, 2015 washingtonpost.com
“… telling people to stop drinking in excess during physical activity. Practically speaking, that means you should only drink when you’re thirsty…

At least 14 athletes — including a woman who died two days after completing the Marine Corps Marathon in 2002 — are believed to have died from drinking too much during exercise in a condition known as exercise-associated hyponatremia or EAH…”

Endocrine

*see Medical: Endocrine System goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Anabolic vs Catabolic Metabolism – YouTube

General Training Principles

ACE Integrated Fitness Training (IFT) Model for Functional Movement and Resistance Training: Phases 3 and 4 BY PETE McCALL, M.S. acefitness.org
“..The first two articles in this series provided an overview of the ACE IFT Model and examined the key concepts of Phases 1 and 2: Stability and Mobility, and Movement Training. The second article also introduced a template provided within the ACE IFT Model that progresses individuals in preparation for more traditional load and performance training, which are the focus of Phases 3 and 4. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of Phases 3 and 4, which address the application of external loads to movements to meet client goals related to muscular strength, endurance and hypertrophy, maximal strength and body-composition changes, and, if appropriate, competitive or performance-oriented goals…”

ACE Integrated Fitness Training Model – YouTube

Training Movements, Not Muscles Pete McCall by Pete McCall on November 14, 2013 acefitness.org
“..Focusing on just one body part at a time would be an effective way to exercise if that was how the human body was designed to function. Human movement, however, is not a series of isolated joint actions. If you have ever watched the process of a baby learning how to roll over, crawl and eventually walk, then you have seen everything you need to know about human movement. The human body is designed to be in constant motion with all joints and muscles working together to walk and move in an upright position.

Walking, or the gait cycle, is a series of coordinated movements. The foundational patterns that comprise the gait cycle are:

1. Squatting (when both feet are on the ground) [e.g. sitting down in a chair]
2. Lunging (as one leg is planted and the other leg is swinging) [e.g. picking up something off the floor]
3. Pushing (as one arm swings forward) [ eg. pushing a heavy door]
4. Pulling (as the other arm swings backwards) [eg. opening a car door or picking up a child]
5. Rotating (when the trunk and pelvis counter rotate during leg and arm movement). [e.g. picking up something from left side at the dinner table with right hand and passing it to someone to your right)

Following a movement-based exercise program based on these patterns means that you are using all of your muscles at the same time, which can be more effective for burning calories while also training the body for how it is designed to move…”

5 Essential Primal Movements for Your Workout Program
https://youtu.be/VexzP8X2MI4
“..At the most basic level, our primary goal within a workout program should be functionality. Utilizing exercises in your workout that promote human movement will enhance your performance levels in your daily life. Every movement our bodies perform originates from some category of human biomechanics. Those categories are: SQUAT, LUNGE, PUSH, PULL and ROTATION. It is important to understand how to integrate the entire body and properly perform these basic foundational movements. Using these 5 essential primal movements will improve gait patterns, enhance human performance and decrease any likelihood of pain and injuries…”

=> Dynamic Warm-ups:

Movement Pattern Warm-Up: RDL, Lunge, Rotation – YouTube

SQUAT

Dynamic Warm Up – Body Weight Squat – YouTube

REVERSE WOOd Chop

Reverse Woodchop – YouTube

LATERAL LUNGE

Active Warmup-Lateral Lunge – YouTube

FORWARD LUNGE

Forward lunge with rotation (dynamic warm-up) – YouTube

ONE ARM OVERHEAD SQUAT

One Arm Overhead Squat Technique | WODdoc | P365 … – YouTube

One Arm Overhead Squat – Dumbbell – YouTube

The Single-Dumbbell Overhead Squat – YouTube

STATIC LUNGE WITH ROTATION

Stationary Lunge With Rotation – YouTube

Static Lunges With Kettlebell Rotation – YouTube

Static Lunge w Band Rotation – YouTube

Medicine Ball Stationary Lunge with Rotation – YouTube

ONE ARM OVERHEAD SPIRAL

One Arm Overhead Squat Technique | WODdoc | P365 … – YouTube

Single Arm Kettle Bell Overhead Squat – YouTube

-Gradual Progressions


SQUATS

bent (w/chair) but not touching-> sit down squats (w/chair) & touching -> sit down squats (wo/chair)

Bend and Lift – YouTube


LUNGES


hold chair lunging forward-> lunging back & forward (still holding to chair on side) -> lunging multi-directions (wo/chair)

Chair, lunge – YouTube

Multi-Directional Plate Lunges – YouTube

PUSHING

Standing Banded Clocks – YouTube

Wall Push Ups For Beginners | How To – YouTube

-Resistance Bands

*single arms -> both arms

Surf Exercises- Single Arm Band Push Pull – YouTube

PULLING


one arm => both hands w/reistance bands

Single Arm Band Row – YouTube
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Standing resistance band pull – YouTube

ROTATION

Sitting Trunk Rotations with Active Assistive Range of … – YouTube

Power & Agility Drills

Exercises For Older Adults That Develop Strength Speed and Power …

Seniors Fitness & Strength Training Workout – YouTube

7 Strength, Balance, and Flexibility Exercises for Older Adults from …

Senior Agility Training exercises – YouTube

SQUATS

Squat Jumps – YouTube

Seniors Perform Wall Squats – YouTube

The Squat – Training the Elderly – YouTube

LUnGES

Exercises with Dumbbells : Multidirectional & Rotational Lunge …

3 Directional Lunges – YouTube

ROTATIONAL
*see Health & Fitness: How to get more “energy” for the Elderly? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Balance Disc Exercise with Cone Touch – YouTube

31 Cone Drills and Cone Drill Exercises – YouTube

Exercises for seniors to improve balance and prevent falls – YouTube

Lateral Shuffle w/BOSU Medicine Ball Rebounder – YouTube

7 Balance Exercises for Seniors-Fall Prevention by … – YouTube

Strength: Lateral Bounding – YouTube

Line Hop Forward Backward – YouTube

Forward Linear Ladder Drill – YouTube

Ladder drills, In-in, out-out forward – YouTube

58 year old lady doing in’s and out’s rockin the agility ladder. – YouTube

Ladder Drills – Bunny Hop – YouTube

Lateral In & Outs Speed Ladder Drills – YouTube

ACE IFT Model for Cardiorespiratory Training: Phases 1–4 BY TODD GALATI, M.A. acefitness.org
“..The following article introduces a new systematic approach to cardiorespiratory training that can be used to help any client reach his or her unique goals for health, fitness or performance in endurance competitions.

The ACE IFT Model has four cardiorespiratory training phases:

• Phase 1: Aerobic-base training

• Phase 2: Aerobic-efficiency training

• Phase 3: Anaerobic-endurance training

• Phase 4: Anaerobic-power training

Each phase has a primary training focus designed to facilitate specific physiological adaptations to exercise. Not every client starts in phase 1, as each client has a unique entry point into the cardiorespiratory training phases based upon his or her current health, fitness and goals…”
*see Fitness: Various Cardio Workouts goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

High Reps vs. Low Reps: Which is Better? By Marc Perry / July 6, 2017 / Medically Reviewed builtlean.com
“..Low repetitions with heavy weight increases strength, whereas high repetitions with light weight increases endurance. According to the concept, as repetitions increase there is a gradual transition from strength to endurance. ..

Primary Goal – Increasing Strength

Strength – Under 6 reps (80-100% of exercise volume)

Hypertrophy – 6-15 reps (0-20% of exercise volume)

Endurance – 15+ reps (0-10% of exercise volume)

The top strength athletes in the world spend the vast majority of their time lifting very heavy weight for low reps. While we know higher rep ranges can also create strength gains, lower reps are optimal…

Medical Issues

-Medications
*see Medical: How the Heart Functions? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Cardiovascular Medication and Your Client by Trish Muse, MPT, CSCS on May 01, 2006 ideafit.com
“…A client may have more than one condition, disorder or disease and could be taking more than one medication concurrently. This circumstance, known as polypharmacy, may intensify or alter physiological responses. Therefore, you may need to make further exercise modifications. Be aware that this situation may arise, particularly among older clients.

The Medications

ACE Inhibitors

Beta-Blockers

Calcium Channel Blockers

Diuretics

Digitalis Preparations

….

Nitrates

..

Cholesterol Reducers

….

Antidysrhythmics

….

Vasodilators

Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers
….

Anticoagulants

….

Be Prepared

Fitness professionals have an ethical responsibility, obligation and commitment to do no harm and to provide safe programming for all exercise enthusiasts. Maintaining a solid education foundation and being able to identify cardiovascular medications are important. Become familiar with the basic characteristics of each drug class as it pertains to fitness, and know the potential side effects. Be able to anticipate these effects, and be ready to intervene with modifications. Always refer to the client’s physician when appropriate. One variable truly cannot be independent of another without the client being at risk. Understanding this fully is imperative if you are to work safely and responsibly with the increasing number of fitness enthusiasts and the many new exercisers just starting their journey to physical activity and wellness.

Cardiovascular Medications and Exercise Modifications

Be aware of these guidelines when working with clients on cardiovascular medications. Always obtain a physician’s clearance when necessary.

Potential Target Heart Rate

Cardiovascular Drug Potential Exercise Modification (THR) Adjustment ..”

How Common Medications May Affect Your Clients’ Exercise Programs By Lance C. Dalleck, Ph.D. acefitness.org
Prevalence of Prescribed Therapeutic Drugs


Current trends show that Americans are living longer, while the number of individuals living with chronic diseases continues to increase. In the past 100 years, life expectancy at birth in the U.S. increased from less than 50 years to more than 76 years. The U.S. Census Bureau has projected that by 2030, the number of adults 65 years of age and older will be approximately 70 million. Approximately 80 percent of individuals aged 65 years or older are living with at least one chronic health problem, and another 50 percent are living with two. Management of these chronic conditions involves numerous strategies including both lifestyle interventions (e.g., increased exercise and healthy eating) and the prescription of therapeutic drugs. Not surprisingly, the percentage of American adults taking medications for common chronic conditions (e.g., high cholesterol and/or hypertension) increases with age (Figure 1)….

1. BETA BLOCKERS

2. ACE INHIBITORS

3. DIURETICS

….Modifications Required in the Exercise Program

Encourage your clients taking diuretics to unfailingly perform a gradual cool-down after all exercise sessions. It’s also a good idea to suggest your clients perform a daily weight check to ensure that the prescribed dosage of diuretic is continuing to have the desired effect (i.e., increased urine excretion-lowered plasma volume-reduced blood pressure). A sudden change in weight of a few pounds can help alert clients that something may be amiss and that they should get in touch with their physician.”

4. STATINS

5. ORAL HYPOGLYCEMICS

…Modifications Required in the Exercise Program

The most important program modification for clients taking oral hypoglycemics is frequent monitoring of blood glucose values. Initially, this should include checking levels pre-exercise, at the mid-point of exercise and post-exercise. Once it has been established how much blood glucose values typically drop for a usual exercise session, and provided these changes in glucose levels are within an acceptable range, less-frequent monitoring will be required. It should be noted that it is not your responsibility to check blood glucose values. Rather, the client should bring his or her own glucometer and glucose strips, which are prescribed by a physician or endocrinologist….”

Sports Training Principles sports-training-adviser.com
“..The commonly known training principles (Specificity, Overload, and Recovery) are heavily grounded in exercise physiology–the study of the effects of exercise on the human body. However, other sport sciences also support these principles.

For example, the Specificity Principle concerns how the athlete’s body adapts to the stress placed on it. Specificity also applies to practice conditions and the environment in motor learning literature.

Regardless of the fields in which they are studied, it is most important for coaches to understand how to effectively apply them in practice and competition.

While it is important to know how to use these principles, skill learning, movement mechanics, and other areas aspects of sports performance must be integrated into the programs of athletes at their respective levels of competition. ..”

Training Strategies – Principles of Training

Reversing Reversibility: How to Help Clients Get Back on Track By Daniel J. Green acefitness.org

A SMART Guide to Goal Setting on November 01, 2013 acefitness.org
American Council on Exercise by American Council on Exercise
“..Follow these guidelines to setting SMART goals and you will be surprised at what you can do:

Specific. Your goal should be clear and easy to understand.
A common goal, “get healthy,” is too general. There are so many ways to get healthy. How do you want to do it? Is it losing weight? Start exercising? Stop smoking? Break it down and it will be easier to manage.
Let’s pick weight loss and make a SMART goal out of it together. For example, “I will lose weight.”

Measurable. A goal to “lose weight” is not enough. How will you track your progress and how you will know when you have reached your goal? Making your goal measurable means adding a number.

Attainable. Before you can add a number, you have to know how high or low you want to go. It’s good to ‘shoot for the stars’, but don’t be too extreme. Likewise, a goal that is too easy is also not very motivating. Only you know your limits.
Let’s take our goal above. What percentage is attainable for you? Research suggests that a 5-10% weight loss is attainable for most overweight people.

A measurable, attainable goal could be, “I will lose 7% of my body weight.”

Relevant. Set goals that are important to where you are in your life right now. Don’t set a goal that someone else is pressuring you to attain-that isn’t very motivating.
Examine our goal so far. Does it seem relevant to you? If so, let’s keep going. If you are not concerned about weight loss or this is not a good time in your life to focus on that, choose something that IS motivating to you.

Time-bound. Include an end-point. Knowing that you have a deadline motivates you to get started.
Since healthy weight loss is about 1-2 pounds per week, set your deadline accordingly. For our example we can use 3 months. “I will lose 7% of my body weight in 3 months.”
..”

Low Impact Exercises

UPPER BODY

-Back

20 Min Lower Back Rehab – Lower Back Stretches for … – YouTube

Beginners Back Exercises for Strengthening your Back … – YouTube

LOWER BODY

-Hip

Hip Pain/Arthritis: 5 Exercises to Help Your Pain. – YouTube

-Knees

Best Knee Rehab Exercises and Bends for Injury Recovery – YouTube

ACL Strengthening Exercises | ACL and Knee Conditioning … – YouTube

-Foot

Foot and Ankle Strengthening Exercises. Rehabilitation … – YouTube

MISC

Seated Workout for Disabled, Injured, Rehab, or Amputee … – YouTube

Assessments

Working with Special Populations Makeba Edwards by Makeba Edwards on April 04, 2017 acefitness.org
“..As a Fitness Professional, you will encounter clients who require special consideration when designing their programs. Whether it is a health concern, such as cardiovascular disease, or a special need, such as pregnancy, you should identify and address these conditions prior to conducting assessments and designing your clients’ programs. Furthermore, it will often be vital to ensure that your client has been cleared by his or her physician to engage in physical activity…

SOAP notes


Taking SOAP Notes by Daniel Ball, MS and Brian Murphy on Apr 01, 2008 ideafit.com
“..How can you as a personal trainer communicate with a team of trainers working with the same client, maintain continuity of care with allied medical professionals and accurately manage and document client progress? Discover a documentation process called SOAP noting (Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan) and learn the basics about modifying it for the fitness industry. ..

Subjective. In the “Subjective” section, include client responses to your questions regarding exercise adherence, changes in functional abilities, health status and follow-up activities….

Objective. In the “Objective” section, note new data collected during the training session. …

Assessment. In the “Assessment” section, document noteworthy changes you see in the client’s performance….

Plan. After you have gathered the subjective, objective and assessment information, briefly outline revisions or adjustments to the exercise program design in the “Plan” section. …

Practical Application of Functional Assessments: Movement Assessments Jessie Newell by Jessie Newell on August 07, 2015 acefitness.org

Look out for possible medical issues..

ACSM Indications For Termination of an Exercise Test exrx.net
“…Absolute Indications

Suspicion of a myocardial infarction or acute myocardial infarction (heart attack)
Onset of moderate-to-severe angina (chest pain)
Drop in systolic blood pressure (SBP) below standing resting pressure or drop in SBP with increasing workload accompanied by signs or symptoms
Signs of poor perfusion (circulation or blood flow), including pallor (pale appearance to the skin), cyanosis (bluish discoloration), or cold and clammy skin
Severe or unusual shortness of breath
CNS (central nervous system) symptoms
e.g., ataxia (failure of muscular coordination), vertigo (An illusion of dizzying movement), visual or gait (pattern of walking or running) problems, confusion
Serious arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms)
e.g.: second / third degree AV block, atrial fibrillation with fast ventricular response, increasing premature ventricular contractions or sustained ventricular tachycardia)
Technical inability to monitor the ECG
Patient’s request (to stop) ..

Relative Indications


Hypertensive response (SBP >260 mm Hg; DBP>115 mm Hg)…

Cyanosis patient.info
“… is the abnormal blue discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes, caused by an increase in the deoxygenated haemoglobin level to above 5 g/dL. Patients with anaemia do not develop cyanosis until the oxygen saturation (SaO2) has fallen to lower levels than for patients with normal haemoglobin levels and patients with polycythaemia develop cyanosis at higher oxygen saturation levels. Cyanosis can be divided into either central or peripheral…”
Claudication medicinenet.com
‘..is pain and/or cramping in the lower leg due to inadequate blood flow to the muscles. The pain usually causes the person to limp. The word “claudication” comes from the Latin “claudicare” meaning to limp. Claudication typically is felt while walking, and subsides with rest. It is commonly referred to as “intermittent” claudication because it comes and goes with exertion and rest. In severe claudication, the pain is also felt at rest…”
Syncope (Fainting) .heart.org
“..is a temporary loss of consciousness usually related to insufficient blood flow to the brain. It’s also called fainting or “passing out.”..”

Applying Risk Classification as a Fitness Professional
Christopher Gagliardi by Christopher Gagliardi
on May 10, 2017 acefitness.org
“…Risk classification is determined based on the presence or absence of a known cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal, or metabolic disease or the presence or absence of symptoms of these diseases (see “Signs and Symptoms” below). ..

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Risk Stratification Criteria:

For each positive risk factor, add a +1.

For HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) there is an opportunity to take away a risk (-1) if the level is high (≥60 mg/dL).

Client Age: Male ≥45, Female ≥ 55
Family History: Myocardial infarction (heart attack), coronary revascularization (bypass surgery), or sudden death for the client’s male first-degree relative who is younger than 55 years old or female first-degree relative who is younger than 65 years old; first-degree relatives include parents, siblings, and offspring
Cigarette smoking: Current cigarette smoker or quit within the previous six months, or exposure to secondhand smoke
Sedentary lifestyle: Does not participate in at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on at least three days/week for at least three months (remember this by thinking of the 3’s—30 minutes, for 3 days, for 3 months)
Obesity: Client has a BMI ≥30 kg/m2
Hypertension: Blood pressure ≥140/90 mmHg or currently on antihypertensive medications; both numbers do not have to be above the defining criteria for a + 1 in this category; if either the systolic reading is ≥ 140 mmHg or the diastolic number is ≥ 90 mmHg, the client would get a +1 in this category
Cholesterol: Total cholesterol should only be used if it is the only value given; if using total, ≥200 mg/dL is considered a risk (+1)
If you are given LDL and HDL cholesterol, use these values only:
LDL (bad cholesterol) ≥130 mg/dL is a risk (+1)
HDL (good cholesterol, you want lots) <40 mg/dL is a risk (+1)
HDL (good cholesterol) ≥60 mg/dL is good, allowing an individual to take a risk away (-1)
PreDiabetes: Fasting glucose ≥100 mg/dL is a risk (+1)

The risks are then totaled and the client is classified in one of the risk categories:.."

Low risk = Asymptomatic and < 2 risk factors
Moderate risk = Asymptomatic ≥ 2 risk factors
High risk = Symptomatic (see signs and symptoms below) or if the client has a known cardiac, pulmonary, renal, or metabolic disease
.."

-Lower Body
*see Fitness: Lower Body Workout goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

‘…Bend and Lift Screen

The squatting motion is one of the five primary movement patterns….

Bend and Lift – YouTube

=> Hips
*see Fitness: Various Exercises for the Hip goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Hurdle Step Screen

This is an example of a single-leg motion, …

Hurdle step – YouTube

Thoracic Spine Mobility Screen
*see Fitness: How to reverse common Abnormal Postures? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Rotation (another basic movement pattern) in the torso should generally be isolated in the thoracic spine, as the surrounding joints (scapulothoracic joint and lumbar spine) should remain stable. ..

Movement screenThoracic spine mobility screen – YouTube

-Shoulders
*see Fitness: Upper Body Workouts-Shoulders goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Shoulder Push Stabilization Screen

For this assessment, you’re observing the scapulothoracic joint (where the scapulae articulate with the spine) and the spine from the sagittal view to determine the presence of scapular winging or hyperextension in the low back. (Pushing is another basic movement pattern.)..”

ShouLder PuSh StabiLization SCreen – ACE Fitness (pdf) acefitness.org

-Shoulder Pull

Movement screen Shoulder Pull stabilization screen – YouTube

*see Fitness: How “Balanced” are you? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Calculations

Tools & Calculators acefitness.org
“…ACE Fit offers a number of free tools and calculators to help you determine everything from your body mass index (BMI) to your target heart rate zone, your blood pressure, body fat composition, daily caloric needs and more. Each of those tools will help you find an exercise program that fits your individual needs and goals, whether that be losing weight or increasing your strength with weight training…”


What Is a Realistic BMI for Someone Athletic?
by MICHELLE MATTE Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017 livestrong.com
“…
Misclassified

Kinesiology professor Sue Beckham, PhD of the University of Texas at Arlington, asserts that BMI is not useful in assessing athletic muscular individuals and is not a good indicator of changes in body composition. A 2007 study of male and female college athletes published in “Medicine and Science in Sports and Medicine” concluded that BMI incorrectly classifies athletes with normal body fat as overweight and that separate standards should be established for athletic populations.
BMI versus FFM

Your fat free mass, or FFM, includes your muscles, bones, connective tissue and other not-fat components of your body mass. According to exercise scientist Len Kravitz, PhD of the University of New Mexico, we all need a certain amount of fat to maintain good health, and women need more than men. When you subtract your FFM from your total body mass, you get your fat mass. Body composition is a measurement that compares your fat mass to your total body mass, expressed as percent body fat…”

How to Calculate Body Mass Index

BMI Percentile Calculator for Child and Teen
English Version
nccd.cdc.gov

Sequoia Fitness TrimCal 4000 Body Fat Caliper (Black) [Health and Beauty]
TrimCal 4000
amazon.com

=>Men

Accurate and cheap bodyfat measurement using skinfold caliper

Body Fat Calculator scoobysworkshop.com

=>Women

How to Perform the Skin Fold Test (Female) – YouTube

Skinfold Test – Female Suprailium facstaff.elon.edu
Iliac Crest (Iliocristale, Suprailiac) Skinfold topendsports.com
“..is one of the common locations used for the assessment of body fat in athletes. There are other sites in this region, such as the supraspinale. I have also come across another skinfold site near here, along the mid-axillary line at the level of the umbilicus (see details below). See the complete list of skinfold sites, and the general procedure for taking skinfold measurements…

This skinfold measurement sites has previously been known by many names, including iliocristale (Parizkova), suprailiac (Durin & Womersley).
The similar suprailium site is slightly anterior (forward) to the iliac crest site, also taken above the crest of the ilium, but at the point where an imaginary line would come down from the anterior axillary border. See also the nearby site supraspinale.
Another skinfold site near here, is to be found along the mid-axillary line at the level of the umbilicus (trunk skinfold site?).
..”

AccuFitness Fat Track Fitness Body Transformation Toolkit, 6.4 Ounce
Fat Track
amazon.com

Girth Measurements

How to: Circumference Measurements

*see Fitness: Various Cardio Workouts goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

1 Rep Max Test

x 1.41 (e.g. 10 reps of benching 130 ; 1.41 x 130 =max should be 183.3lbs

R.P.E.

What is the best way to measure and monitor intensity during exercise? Viktoria Brautigam by Viktoria Brautigam on June 01, 2011 .acefitness.org

“..Another way to monitor exercise intensity is by the Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE), or Borg scale. Using the Borg scale, with values from 0 to 20, can help you monitor your cardiovascular intensity. A rating of 7 corresponds to very, very light training intensity. A rating of 12 corresponds to moderate intensity. A rating of 17 corresponds to very hard intensity. A rating of 20 corresponds to maximum all-out intensity. Notice how, as your fitness increases, your exertion level at a previously difficult intensity starts to decrease. For example, running a 10 minute/mile pace used to be a level 16 exertion level for you. Two months after exercising regularly, you notice that the same 10 minute/mile pace is only an exertion level 12. RPE is a useful way of monitoring progress and keeping intensity appropriate. It is best used when cardiovascular training is more generalized and less specific. A person most likely to benefit from using the Borg RPE scale is following a general weight loss program…”

Perceived Exertion (Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion Scale) cdc.gov
“..Look at the rating scale below while you are engaging in an activity; it ranges from 6 to 20, where 6 means “no exertion at all” and 20 means “maximal exertion.” Choose the number from below that best describes your level of exertion. This will give you a good idea of the intensity level of your activity, and you can use this information to speed up or slow down your movements to reach your desired range…”

Simple Workout Log

Simple Workout Log Overview | 2016

-Apps

10 Best Workout Log Apps lifewire.com
There are many workout logging apps, but are there any worth your effort?

Reps & Sets | The complete gym logging app repsandsetsapp.com

Sport Skills assessment

-Power Test

Physiological Assessments: Sports-skills Assessments
Jessie Newel on May 09, 2014 acefitness.org
“..These assessments can be divided into two categories: (1) power and (2) speed, agility, and quickness. ..”

How to Calculate Power Based on Force and Speed
Physics I For Dummies, 2nd Edition
Related Book Physics I For Dummies, 2nd Edition By Steven Holzner dummies.com

Physics 1: Force, acceleration, velocity – YouTube

1. Standing Long Jump Test

2. Vertical Jump Test

Fitness test- Vertical jump – YouTube

3. Kneeling Overhead Toss
4.Margaria Kalamen Stair Climb Test
5. 300 Yard Shuttle run Test

-Children

President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition (PCFSN) hhs.gov
“..
PCFSN engages, educates, and empowers all Americans to adopt a healthy lifestyle that includes regular physical activity and good nutrition. Since 1956, the Council has created and promoted programs and initiatives that motivate people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to be active and eat healthy….”

The President’s Council On Physical Fitness And Sports … – YouTube

President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition – YouTube

Most Common Assessments

1. Pro Agility Test

Combine Testing: Pro-Agility Shuttle stack.com
“..The Pro-Agility Shuttle is a key test used by coaches and scouts to evaluate football players at the NFL Combine, college pro days and other football combines across the country. It is a great way to assess a player’s quickness and ability to change directions, which are fundamental skills for success on the gridiron.
Pro Agility Shuttle How-To

To set up for the Pro Agility Shuttle, position three cones in a straight line five yards apart. Start at the center cone in a three-point stance, straddling the start/finish line. Timing starts on your first movement. Sprint five yards to the right. Stop and touch the line with your right hand at the cone. Sprint 10 yards to the far cone. Stop and touch line with your left hand at the cone. Sprint five yards through the finish line. This can also be performed starting to the left.

Check out a diagram of the Pro Agility Shuttle to better understand the set-up…”,

Instructions for the Pro Agility Test (5-10-5) – YouTube

Pro Agility II: The 20-Yard Shuttle – YouTube

2. T Test

Agility T-Test topendsports.com
“..
purpose: the T-Test is a test of agility for athletes, and includes forward, lateral, and backward running….

Fitness Test – “T” Test – YouTube

3. 40 Yard Dash

40 Yard Dash Fitness Test – YouTube

Medical Tools

-BMI

Know Your Numbers: Body Mass Index
American Council on Exercise by American Council on Exercise

on November 04, 2013 acefitness.org

-Blood Pressure

*see Medical: Is your blood pressure too “low” or “high”? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Sphygmomanometer practicalclinicalskills.com

Sphygmomanometer Definition

“..
A sphygmomanometer is a device that measures blood pressure. It is composes of an inflatable rubber cuff, which is wrapped around the arm. A measuring device indicates the cuff’s pressure. A bulb inflates the cuff and a valve releases pressure. A stethoscope is used to listen to arterial blood flow sounds. …

Checking your blood pressure with a sphygmomanometer – YouTube

Vital Signs (Body Temperature, Pulse Rate, Respiration Rate, Blood Pressure) hopkinsmedicine.org
“…Vital signs are measurements of the body’s most basic functions. The four main vital signs routinely monitored by medical professionals and health care providers include the following:

Body temperature

Pulse rate

Respiration rate (rate of breathing)

Blood pressure (Blood pressure is not considered a vital sign, but is often measured along with the vital signs.)

Vital signs are useful in detecting or monitoring medical problems. Vital signs can be measured in a medical setting, at home, at the site of a medical emergency, or elsewhere…”

*see Fitness: Various Cardio Workouts goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Blood oxygen, Understanding Pulse Oximeter reading – YouTube

Ultimate Fitness Tests

The Test of Fitness

Phase 1:Stability-Mobility

Practical Application of the ACE IFT Model—Phase 1: Stability and Mobility Training Makeba Edwards by Makeba Edward on February 27, 2017 acefitness.org
‘..When using the ACE IFT Model, first address proximal (toward the center of the body) stability via the lumbar spine/core before progressing to the distal (away from the center of the body) extremities or distal joints. Establishing proper core function (i.e., proximal stability) will allow for stable, central muscles that perform their given functions without compromising the actions of the distal joints…”

Phase 2: Movement Training

Practical Application of the ACE IFT Model—Phase 2: Movement Training
Makeba Edwards by Makeba Edwards on July 25, 2014 acefitness.org
“>..5. Understanding the reasons for exercises in Phase 2 requires some understanding of kinematics within the body (specifically as it relates to the lower extremity). Kinematics refers to the body in motion, in relation to the joint angle and pattern of movement, without any consideration given to the forces acting at the joints, or causes of motion…”

Practical Application of the ACE IFT Model—Phases 3 and 4: Load and Performance Training Makeba Edwards by Makeba Edwards on February 01, 2017 acefitness.org
“..The objective in this phase may be to increase muscular endurance, strength, or hypertrophy for the purpose of improving body composition, function, movement, or health by using resistance. ..

MUSCULAR ENDURANCE:

Circuit Training

How to Build the Perfect Circuit Workout By Charlotte Hilton Andersen shape.com
6 simple steps to create the ultimate fat-torching routine
“…Imagine a turbocharged workout routine that mixes cardio and strength training and has you in and out of the gym in 30 minutes. Plus, it’s infinitely and easily customized to help you reach your goals faster. Sound too good to be true? It’s not! It’s called circuit training…”

Circuit Training – Exercises Ideas – YouTube

“..

MUSCULAR STRENGTH:

Save Time and Get Stronger With Single-Set Training Tom Kelso
Tom Kelso Coach Strength and Conditioningbreakingmuscle.com
“..9 Ways to Get the Most Out of Single-Set Strength Training…

How Can You Get Big & Strong With Only One Set Per Exercise …

“..MUSCULAR HYPERTROPHY:..

Bodybuilding Workout For Beginners: Arms & Chest – YouTube

What Is a Super Set in Bodybuilding? : Great Exercise Tips – YouTube

Bodybuilding Workouts – Compound Sets For Legs – YouTube

Resistance Training Models

Macrocycles, Mesocycles and Microcycles: Understanding the 3 Cycles of Periodization
April 11, 2017 By Tyrone Holmes trainingpeaks.com
“…Periodization is the process of dividing an annual training plan into specific time blocks, where each block has a particular goal and provides your body with different types of stress. This allows you to create some hard training periods and some easier periods to facilitate recovery. Periodization also helps you develop different physiological abilities during various phases of training. For instance, during base training you focus on the development of aerobic and muscular endurance. During the intensity phase, this focus switches to lactate threshold and aerobic capacity (i.e., VO2 max), and as you enter the competition phase, greater emphasis is placed on boosting anaerobic capacity and neuromuscular power…”

Periodization and the Adult Client April Merritt by April Merritt on December 13, 2010 .acefitness.org
“..is is done through the use of micro (small) cycles, combined to form meso (intermediate size) cycles, which combine to form macro (biggest) cycles…

Periodization has two primary styles – linear and undulating.

Linear periodization is what we sometimes consider a more traditional resistance training program with gradually progressive increases. Within each micro cycle the training protocols are consistent, and then after each micro cycle the training variables are adjusted. Linear programs tend to be fairly rigid in their design. ..

Undulating periodization provides different training protocols during the micro cycles, in addition to changing the training variables after each micro cycle. Undulating programs tend to be less rigid in their design. :…”

Macrocycle, Mesocycle, and Microcycle – YouTube

Practical Application of the ACE IFT Model—Phases 3 and 4: Load and Performance Training Makeba Edwards by Makeba Edwards on February 01, 2017 acefitness.org

Phase 3 : Load Training

The Scientific Differences Between Weightlifting and Powerlifting Dresdin Archibald Coach breakingmuscle.com
“…At first glance, the most obvious difference is between the competition lifts. Weightlifting uses the snatch and the clean and jerk, both overhead movements. Powerlifting uses the squat, bench press, and deadlift, none of which is directed vertically overhead. (If only the media and public could grasp this.)..”

What is the Difference Between Powerlifting and Weightlifting? – N&P …

Phase 4: Performance Training

Plyometric
*see Fitness: Various Plyometric Training Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com


Steady State Vs. Interval Training: Which One is Best for Your Clients?
by Pete McCall
on July 30, 2015 acefitness.org
“…So, is one form of training better than the other? Like almost all fitness-related questions, the answer depends on a variety of factors. In the car analogy described above, both options can help you get to your destination. Which one you choose depends on your personal preference—would you prefer to sit in slow-moving traffic or being in constant motion? ..

Advantages

HIIT can be effective for improving aerobic capacity and/or calorie burning in less time when compared to high-volume, steady-state training. ..”

Equipment Options

30 Essential Pieces of Equipment for the Successful Personal Training Studio by Ryan Halvorson on Jul 01, 2012 ideafit.com
“…What equipment would you include in your dream studio?

You certainly have plenty of choices. The fitness equipment industry sold $4.3 billion worth of gear in 2010—a 4.1% increase from 2009—according to the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association. While a substantial chunk of that revenue came from high-dollar devices like treadmills and elliptical trainers, a vast variety of specialized pieces of exercise equipment have also made their mark on the fitness industry.

Which ones add the most challenge and variety to customer workouts? ..”

The Life Fitness Insignia Series Selectorized Strength … – YouTube

Selectorized Strength Equipment lifefitness.com
“..

Life Fitness selectorized strength machines are designed with a focus on both durability and sound biomechanics to ensure that they provide reliable performance for facilities and effective results for exercisers who are new to strength equipment as well as workout veterans…”,/i>

What is Selectorized Weight Training?
Published on March 20, 2006 in Exercise Equipment Advice healthstylesexercise.com

How to Use a Cable Pulley Machine, Gym Basics, Fit How To – YouTube

Cable Machines, Cable Weight Lifting Machines For Sale – Gym Direct gymdirect.com.au

Cable Machines-Benefits and Advantages fitnesshealthzone.com

Machines Vs. Free Weights – Which Builds More Muscle? – YouTube

Exercise Equipment : How to Use Free Weights – YouTube

Fitness Town Video Fit-Tip: The Benefits of Kettlebell Training – YouTube

Top 6 Medicine Ball Exercises – YouTube

The benefits of a resistance band – why you must have one … – YouTube

8 Best Bodyweight Exercises Ever (HIT EVERY MUSCLE!) – YouTube

more….Health & Fitness: Trying to lose weight? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
& Medical: How to “stop” an Irregular Heart Beat? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
& Health: How to “fight” Diabetes? & Medical: How the Lungs (respiratory system) Function?

How to handle injuries?

Is R.I.C.E. All Wrong?
by Jim Thornton9 months ago life.spartan.com
“…It’s the most famous acronym in sports medicine, a household term as familiar to athletes as the physicians who treat them: RICE, for rest, ice, compression, and elevation…

As for why keeping injured tissues moving works better than immobilizing them, the exact mechanisms await further research. “We don’t understand everything about this yet,” Reinl concedes, “but we do know that stillness is the enemy. If you remain still, everything shrinks and atrophies—your muscles, bones, ligaments, everything.”…

So if RICE is no longer the answer, what’s a better strategy for expediting your return to the field of play? Reinl, for his part, believes the answer lies in a new acronym: ARITA—active recovery is the answer.

There are exceptions, of course—you may have no choice but to immobilize a limb, say, with a compound fracture. But for most garden-variety sports injuries, Reinl suggests resisting the urge to ice away your pain and plop down on the couch for days. Instead, let your pain level be your guide and keep on moving as much or as little as your mending body allows….”

RICE is Dead | Injury and Daily Recovery Tips – YouTube

Documentation

Fitness record-keeping: not just a waste of trees
Published: 05-Nov-2014 Updated: 10-Nov-2015 fitness.org.au
“…By way of a general guide, records should at least cover the following:

Initial assessment (most of these should be captured on a Client Information form):

client details (such as name and address of the client and details of GP);
relevant medical history including medications administered and diagnostic results;

previously injured her knee and wishes to regain fitness;
the assessment undertaken and findings, both positive and negative; and
the fitness plan and estimated cost.

Each session:

the date of each training session;
the client’s response to the last session and update on medical history e.g. any intervening incidents;
information and advice provided to the client, particularly in relation to warnings as to relevant potential adverse outcomes, and the client’s consent to training;
any new assessment undertaken and the findings;

It is important that your clinical records are just that – clinical. Do not record personal or offensive comments about the client – as a rule of thumb, if you would not say it to their face, do not write it down. A personal or offensive comment will, at the very least, be embarrassing to you if the records are required to be produced in response to a complaint and may well adversely affect the outcome of that complaint.
..”

What does it take to be a good personal trainer? – YouTube

How To Spot A Bad Personal Trainer / Coach

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Fitness: Kinesiology-Kinematic Exercise Types

Major Muscle Groups and Associated Exercises

Forces
*see Medical: Parts of the Muscular System goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Obey the Law! The Laws of Motion, That Is. April Merritt // 4/19/2010 acefitness.org
“…Newton’s first law, the law of inertia, states that a body at rest will stay at rest and a body in motion will stay in motion unless acted on by an outside force. Law one also states that a body’s inertia is proportional to its mass (a heavier object is harder to get moving than a lighter object). So how does this relate to the fitness professional? Weight lifting! Starting a bicep curl with a 15 pound weight is going to be harder than starting a bicep curl with a 2 pound weight…

Newton’s second law, the law of acceleration, states that a force acting on a body in a given direction is equal to the body’s mass multiplied by the body’s acceleration in that direction. (Force = mass x acceleration) How can we apply that to fitness? With soccer, the more force you exert during a kick, the faster the acceleration of the ball. This means when the ball leaves your foot, it is going to travel faster and farther. A dainty kick (little force) means less acceleration. An ‘I mean business’ kick (more force) will mean greater acceleration. In this case the mass, the soccer ball, remains the same in both examples…

in terms of weight training. If you ‘cheat’ by initiating a lifting movement with momentum from a body part other than the one you are focusing on, the momentum of the moving weight may be greater than the muscle’s ability to decelerate and stop it. ..

..Finally, Newton’s third law is commonly referred to as the law of reaction – every applied force is accompanied by an equal and opposite reaction force. Say it with me ‘every action has an equal and opposite reaction’. With fitness we talk about this in regards to impact forces when jogging, doing plyometrics, or step class. Step training remains popular even though the magnitude of the ground-reaction forces associated with each step place the student as risk for a variety of overuse injury. Using a ten inch step is going to result in greater impact forces than using a 2 inch step. When we ‘land’ we exert a force on the ground…”
*see Fitness: “Safety” & Best Tips (Properly) When Running, Jogging, and/or Walking Outdoors

Multi-Planar

What is Multi-planar Movement e4lacademy.com
“..Three primary planes of motion in which the body can move:

•Sagittal = Forwards and Backwards

•Frontal = Side to Side

•Transversal = Rotationally

Exercises and movement in general, can then be classed as multi-planar if they occur through 2 or more planes of motion…”

Multiplanar Exercise by BETHANY KOCHAN Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017 livestrong.com
“Your body does not move in just one direction. You can move forward, back, side to side and even rotate. Sometimes you perform these motions at the same time at different joints of your body. These movements happen in different planes of motion and are called mulitplanar. You can incorporate multiplanar exercises into your workouts as a way to enhance movement, fitness and performance…”
What is Pronation and Supination of the Forearm?, from youtube.com

Muscle Contraction Types
https://youtu.be/T3OiOJ6-x34
“ORTHOfilms
Published on Dec 13, 2013
An animated description of isotonic, isometric, and isokinetic muscle contractions.

Visit http://www.orthofilms.com for more videos and info. “

The Muscular System Explained In 6 Minutes

Kinesiology: The Study of Human Motion hawaiianshirtray.com
“…

Biomechanics is the study of movement involved in strength exercise or in the execution of a sport skill. Biomechanics focuses on the physical factors with movement by applying scientific laws. With these applications, it looks at what takes place during an exercise and the role that each key joint and muscle plays. The scenic laws incorporate such physical factors as speed, mass, acceleration, levers, and force of the particular movement. Biomechanics explains the “why” of a movement and “how” the movement can be improved through science-based modifications.

Together, kinesiology and biomechanics can help you determine what exercises are appropriate, how to create a workout plan, the effectiveness of your execution of the exercise, and how safe they are for the sports that you participate in. Biomechanics is the execution of doing an exercise most effectively, while kinesiology tells which muscles are involved in the particular actions…”

The Three Types of Muscle Contractions

There are three types of muscle contractions: 1) Concentric Contraction, 2) Eccentric Contraction, and 3) Isometric Contraction. Lets take a look at each.

The Three Types of Muscle Contractions

1) Concentric Contraction: In a concentric contraction the muscles shorten to produce movement. Motion takes place by the muscle contracting and overcoming a resistance which sets the resistance in motion. The typical way it is measured is by the amount of weight that can be overcome in one repetition. An example of a concentric movement is doing a bicep curl with a weight. The upward motion is the concentric muscle action.

2) Eccentric Contraction: In an eccentric contraction the muscle lengthens as it contracts. The eccentric contraction plays the important role of controlling and stopping movement and prepares the muscle for an explosive type of contraction. An eccentric contraction can generate up to 50 percent greater tension than the concentric contraction. An example of a concentric movement is doing a bicep curl with a weight. The downward motion is the concentric muscle action.

3) Isometric Contraction: In an isometric contraction there is strength exhibited but no movement of the limb. The muscle does develop tension and some contraction of the fibers and tendons, but there is no movement. Isometric contractions play a large roll in the stabilization in the joints of our body. Two examples of an isometric contraction are: 1) Doing a bicep curl but just holding the weight with your elbow bent at 90 degrees (there is no movement), and 2) Doing a standing overhead press. Your back and oblique muscles tighten up to stabilize your body while performing the exercise. Although the muscles used in isometric contractions and stabilization can become pretty well developed, it it not as effective as a concentric contraction in developing muscle mass and strength.
..”

7 Isometric Exercises for a Full-Body Workout active.com
“…It’s called isometrics. In these exercises, your muscles tense up, but don’t actually move. Say what? Imagine pressing your hands together in a prayer position as hard as you can for 10 seconds. You’ll feel tension in your chest and arms, yet your arms didn’t move at all. There—you just did an isometric exercise. Holding a plank is another example you’re likely familiar with. And if you’ve ever taken a barre class, you know how hard it can be to simply hold still while your muscles are contracted.

In positions like these, the muscle fibers are activated but since there are equal forces against each other, there is no movement. (Compare this to picking up a 20-pound dumbbell to do biceps curls—the force of the weight pushing down is less than the force you are using to lift the weight up.)

With isometrics, you can take a break from jumping on boxes, lifting heavy weights, or doing endless crunches (your lower back will thank you). And the best part? Isometric exercises have been found to help take off inches around your waist, increase overall strength, and even decrease high blood pressure. ..”

This Happens to Your Stomach Fat When You Plank – 6 Good Reasons Why You Should Do Plank Daily

Isotonic & Isometric Contractions

Biomechanics of Resistance Exercise – ppt video online download slideplayer.com

12:06-Pennation Muscle fibers

Shapes of Skeletal Muscle teachpe.com
“..

What are the different shapes of muscle? There are 5 different muscle shapes within the human body:

Circular
Convergent
Parallel
Pennate
Fusiform..”

How Skeletal Muscles Are Named – Boundless boundless.com

“..The anatomical arrangement of skeletal muscle fascicles can be described as parallel, convergent, pennate, or sphincter…”

Prime mover, Synergist, Antagonistic muscles.wmv

-Misc

Anatomical Kinesiology Flashcards flashcardmachine.com
Kinesiology Test 1 Flashcards | Quizlet quizlet.com
Muscle Types
https://youtu.be/zETNcHZT3Qw
F]Biomechanics of Skeletal Muscle – LWW.com (pdf) downloads.lww.com

“.. a muscle with a large pennation angle will contract more slowly than a similar muscle with a smaller pennation angle…”
Pennate muscle sciencedirect.com
“..Pennate muscles can be further subdivided into unipennate (e.g. flexor pollicis longus), bipennate (e.g. rectus femoris, dorsal interossei), multipennate (e.g. deltoid), and circumpennate or cylindrical (e.g. tibialis anterior)…”

Muscle fiber arrangement
https://youtu.be/LMZLtUpaiNk
“Pennate and Fusiform muscle fibre arrangements”
Fusiform muscle biology-online.org
“..A muscle that has a shape of spindle, which is being wider in the middle and narrowing towards both ends. ..” high contraction, less force compared to pennate (low contraction, high force)
Muscle Shapes: Function Follows Form (corewalking.com)
The Muscular System: Micro and Macro Anatomy www2.highlands.edu

Three Types of Muscle
https://youtu.be/PJDrR3sZPZU
Muscle Twitch, Wave Summation & Muscle Tension study.com/

Muscle fiber arrangement, PCSA, ACSA

*pennate good for strength , fusiform good for speed

Balance physio-pedia.com
“..Static Balance: it is the ability to maintain the body in some fixed posture. [7] Static balance is the ability to maintain postural stability and orientation with centre of mass over the base of support and body at rest.[1] ..”

Kinetic Chain Movement

Elderly

Recommended balance training programs for older adults humankinetics.com
“…suggests balance training at least 3 days a week for inactive and active older adults (\gte\65 yr). In a position statement on exercise for older adults (Chodzko-Zajko et al. 2009), the ACSM also recommended that older adults engage in balance activities at least two times week. Recently, the ACSM expanded its position statement to include not only balance but additional neuromotor skills – agility, gait, coordination, and proprioception (Garber et al. 2011). Neuromotor exercise training is specifically recommended for older adults who have poor mobility or who are at risk for falling. The ACSM (2014) recommends performing neuromotor exercises involving balance, agility, coordination, and gait at least 2 to 3 days/wk. Although the optimal duration and number of repetitions of these exercises is not known at this time, 20 to 30 min of neuromotor exercise per day is suggested…

What types of physical activities may be used to improve balance?

Given that balance performance is affected by muscle strength, power, and flexibility, resistance training and stretching programs may be useful for maintaining and improving balance. In addition to increasing strength and range of motion, Pilates, yoga, tai chi, dance, walking, and combinations of exercise modes may be suitable activities for improving balance. Balance discs, foam pads and rollers, balance boards, stability balls, and computerized balance training systems are tools that may add variety and challenge to balance training programs…”

Lower Body

-Hip

Chapter 9 Lecture Part 2 Hip Structure and Kinematics

What is FAI? Learn the truth about femoral acetabular impingement.

-Leg Muscles

=>Anterior: Dorsiflexors

The Gait Cycle: A Breakdown of each Component

Muscles in the Anterior Compartment of the Leg – TeachMeAnatomy teachmeanatomy.info
Muscles in the Posterior Compartment of the Leg teachmeanatomy.info
Superficial Muscles

Gastrocnemius
Plantaris
Soleus…

Deep Muscles

..the remaining three muscles (tibialis posterior, flexor hallucis longus and flexor digitorum longus) act on the ankle and foot….

=>Lateral Leg Muscles: Evertors

Over Pronation & Supination Motion Biomechanics of the Subtalar Joint Explained

Good News Fitness
https://www.facebook.com/groups/200881643388248

Upper Body

Shoulder girdle muscles sportsinjuryclinic.net
“..
Shoulder girdle consists of the clavicle (collar bone) and the scapula (shoulder blade) which generally move together as a unit. Only the clavicle connects directly to the rest of the skeleton at the sternum bone. It is really only the scapula which moves from action of the muscles. The muscles of the shoulder girdle are serratus anterior, pectoralis minor, levator scapulae, rhomboids and trapezius….”

Anatomy of the Shoulder (Glenohumeral joint/scapulo-thoracic joint) myvmc.com
“..An introduction to the anatomy of the shoulder
The shoulder girdle is mainly made up of the true shoulder joint (glenohumeral joint) and the joint between the shoulder blade and the chest (scapulothoracic joint). When we move our arm around, movement occurs at both of these joints, with most (two thirds) occurring at the shoulder joint. The shoulder is basically like a ball and socket. The “ball” is the head of the humerus and the “socket” is theglenoid part of the shoulder blade (scapula).The anatomy of the shoulder is unique – it has a relatively shallow socket which results in amazing flexibility and range of motion to the shoulder joint which is unparalleled elsewhere in the body. In order to achieve this flexibility but maintain a stable shoulder, there is a complex interplay between the joints, muscles and ligaments. Injury to any one of these structures can therefore result in significant ongoing pain, weakness, or instability…”

Rotation & Lateral Bending of Thoracic Spine – Prone Position

-Posture
*see Fitness: How to reverse common Abnormal Postures? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

-Balance

5 Reasons to Incorporate Unilateral Strength TrainingBy Jen Weir, CSCS, CPT, Published Jan. 27, 2016 running.competitor.com
“..Unilateral exercises are an integral part of rehabilitation programs—they offer one of the most effective ways to retrain muscle groups and get your body working the way it was meant to. The thing is you don’t have to be broken to take advantage of this type of training. Aside from its ability to guard against injury and improve your overall running performance, there are five more reasons you should definitely consider incorporating unilateral training into your workout routine…..”

Unilateral vs Bilateral Movements

-Core
*see Medical: How to “get rid” of back pain? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Core Stability: Does It Matter? – Prof. Chaudhari

Posterior Pelvic Tilt (a.k.a. “Butt Wink”) & Inadequate Forward Lean Breakdown

Flat Back Syndrome spinemd.com

Training for the deep muscles of the core dianelee.ca
“..Multifidus

Location, Function & Dysfunction
Multifidus

Multifidus is a deep muscle located along the back of the spine very close to the midline. The deep fibers are short and span single vertebral segments. This muscle functions together with transversus abdominis & pelvic floor muscles to stabilize the low back and pelvis BEFORE movement of the arms and/or legs occurs. “Intention” or imagery is also used to retrain its function. Low back pain causes a delay or absence in the anticipatory contraction of multifidus. If this muscle contraction delay/absence is not corrected, this dysfunction will remain even after an individual’s pain has subsided increasing the incidence of re-injury. This is a vital part of core training since you cannot strengthen muscle that your nervous system isn’t using. Like transversus abdominis, training comes before strengthening…”

*see Fitness: Morning Routine-Different types of Sit-Ups-Crunches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

*see Tips for Energy during “Hot” Summer Activities goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

*see Fitness: Physiology of Exercise goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Both Upper & Lower Body

Clean and Jerk – Technique and Muscles Worked By Mike Dewar – March 6, 2018 barbend.com
“..In the below sections we break down the clean and jerk into its individual segments and offer technique breakdowns and video tutorials…”

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Clean & Jerk Workshop at Empowered for Living on 4.14.18

Medical Issues

Musculoskeletal Injuries: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments centralstreetchiropractic.com
“..Musculoskeletal Injuries also known as Musculoskeletal Disorders are soft tissue injuries caused by sudden impact, force, vibration, and unbalanced positions. They can influence the muscles; nerves; ligaments; joints; blood vessels, neck, and lower back.

Types of MSD

There are several musculoskeletal injuries that people suffer from, such as:

Tendinitis
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Fibromyalgia
Bone fractures
Muscle / Tendon strain
Ligament Sprain
Tension Neck Syndrome
Thoracic Outlet Compression
Radial Tunnel Syndrome
Trigger Finger
Degenerative Disc Disease
Herniated Disc and many more…”

Sports Injuries niams.nih.gov
“..
Points To Remember About Sports Injuries

There are two kinds of sports injuries. Acute injuries happen suddenly, such as sprained ankles. Chronic injuries happen after you play a sport or exercise over a long period of time.
Sports injuries are first treated with R-I-C-E: Rest, Ice, Compression (pressure on the injury), and Elevation (raise the injured area above the heart).
Doctors will treat more serious injuries with medications, by limiting movement, or by recommending surgery, physical therapy, and rest.
You can prevent many kinds of sports injuries by following safe exercise habits.

..”

Musculoskeletal Injuries – YouTube

Lateral Epicondylitis musculoskeletalsurgerycenter.com
“..is pain at the elbow. The pain occurs over the bone on the outside of the elbow. There are several muscles and tendons that attach on this area of the bone.

This condition is often called tennis elbow, but it is not restricted to people who play tennis. It can also occur in people with jobs that require repetitive motions such as roofers and carpenters…”

Iliotibial Band Syndrome: Location, Location, Location! updated Apr 15, 2017 (first published 2010)
by Paul Ingraham, Vancouver, Canada bio .painscience.com
“..It’s a chronic point of confusion about iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) — where exactly does it hurt? Many professionals incorrectly diagnose hip and thigh pain as ITBS. There is no such thing as non-knee ITBS. By definition,1 ITBS occurs only on the side of the knee. More specifically:..”

Hernia: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention – Healthline healthline.com

“… What is a hernia?

A hernia occurs when an organ pushes through an opening in the muscle or tissue that holds it in place. For example, the intestines may break through a weakened area in the abdominal wall.

Hernias are most common in the abdomen, but they can also appear in the upper thigh, belly button, and groin areas. Most hernias aren’t immediately life-threatening, but they don’t go away on their own. Sometimes they can require surgery to prevent potentially dangerous complications…”

Home Remedies for Hernia – Symptoms, Causes, Treatment & Diet
http://www.home-remedies-for-you.com/remedy/Hernia.html

Treatment

Manual Therapy & The Personal Trainer’s Scope of Practice drjohnrusin.com

FORCE Lab at Therapeutic Associates Bend Physical Therapy …

What is cross training? – YouTube

CROSSFIT – Pros and Cons (You Decide!)

Functional Movement

Movements

5 Movement Patterns to Master for Greater Functional Strength
5 Movement Patterns to Master for Greater Functional Strength
cathe.com
“..Did you know there are certain movement patterns that you do every day, even when you’re not aware of it? These movements are integrated into your daily activities, whether you’re working around the house or playing sports. The purpose behind functional strength training is to master these movements so you do them safely and more efficiently…”

Arthrokinematics physio-pedia.com
“…refers to the movement of joint surfaces.

The angular movement of bones in the human body occurs as a result of a combination of rolls, spins, and slides. ..”

Exercise Library | Functional Movement Systems functionalmovement.com

Arthrokinematics

Concept of Gait Cycle Explained. by Sunit Sanjay Ekka 1 year ago physiocapsule.com
“..
What is gait cycle?
Gait is synonymous to human ambulation. Let us start our discussion with an animation of a young girl walking.
..

Analysis of ambulation/ gait is done through analysing the gait cycle. Gait cycle is subdivided into phases. When we walk, these phases repeat itself in a cycle and this is why it is called as gait cycle…”

CrossFit’s 9 Foundational Movements – YouTube

The 6 Fundamental Movement Patterns (Functional Athletic Training)

The Push–Pull Workout – YouTube

Pushing Movements

*see Fitness: Various Chest Muscle Exercises , Fitness: Upper Body Workouts-Shoulders , & Fitness: Various Tricep Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Push Workout Routine – YouTube

Ultimate PUSH PULL Workout for Balanced Strength Head … – YouTube

Dumbbells And Bodyweight: Dynamic Push Workout – YouTube

Pulling Movements

Top 10 Pull Exercises – YouTube

Dumbbells And Bodyweight – Dynamic Pull Workout – YouTube

Pull Workout Routine – YouTube

1.Rotational Movements

*see Fitness: Morning Routine-Different types of Sit-Ups-Crunches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Rotational Movement Training: What is It? – YouTube

-Core

29 Rotational Core Exercises – YouTube

8 Intense Rotational Core Exercises – YouTube

5 Explosive Rotational Swings for Strength and Power – YouTube

*Twisting
11 Ways To Make A Basic Plank More Challenging self.com
Forearm Side Planks With Elbow Twist

=> Wood Chops

How to Do a Wood Chop – YouTube

Wood Chop with Resistance Band- Bikini Body Now Workout – YouTube

How to Do the Wood Chop Exercise | Sleek/Strong With … – YouTube

How To Do a Cable Wood Chop – YouTube

How To Do A Dumbbell Woodchop: Exercise For The Core – YouTube

=>Hay Bailers

Hay Bailer exercise (Beginner) – YouTube

Hay Bailer for Full Body Fun! – YouTube

Shuffling Hay Bailer exercise (Beginner) – YouTube

Squats

*see Fitness: Lower Body Workout goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Squats For Beginners: How to do a Squat Correctly – YouTube

Movement Demo – The Squat – YouTube

25 Different Squat Exercises – YouTube

Lunges

*see Fitness: Lower Body Workout goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

8 Effective Lunge and Split Squat Variations – YouTube

Lunges For Beginners: How to do a Lunge the Right Way – YouTube

16 Lunge Variations – YouTube

Length/Tension Relationship

Length/Tension Relationship in Muscles – YouTube

Force Couple Relationships

What is a Muscle Force Couple?

Pelvic Orientation and Core Stability – Kinetic U Instructor … – YouTube

Neutral Control

What is RECIPROCAL INHIBITION? What does … – YouTube

Reciprocal Inhibition

(opposites: hamstrings quadraceps & biceps triceps)

Stability & Mobility

Practical Application of the ACE IFT Model—Phase 1: Stability and Mobility Training Makeba Edwards by Makeba Edwards on February 27, 2017 acefitness.org
‘..When using the ACE IFT Model, first address proximal (toward the center of the body) stability via the lumbar spine/core before progressing to the distal (away from the center of the body) extremities or distal joints. Establishing proper core function (i.e., proximal stability) will allow for stable, central muscles that perform their given functions without compromising the actions of the distal joints. Clients can progress through the sequence shown in the figure below when an improvement in function is seen in the different segments. ..”

Stability and Mobility April Merritt by April Merritt on January 31, 2011 acefitness.org
“..We start with the lumbar spine…Move up/down to the pelvis and thoracic spine…Move out towards the shoulder joint…Move down towards the arms/fingers and legs/feet…

Lumbar spine needs to be stable, remember how we talk to people about ‘move as a log’ and ‘don’t bend in your low back’ etc.
Pelvis needs to be mobile – There is a lot of attachments and action happening there, we want this joint to move freely
Thoracic spine needs to be mobile – consider that you’ve got shoulder attachments, clavicle, ribs etc. attaching into this area, and think about all the movement that comes from our upper back/shoulder/chest area. This is thoracic mobility; it’s also a big component in developing and maintaining good posture.
Scapulothoracic joint needs to be stable – this is where the scapula attaches to the thorax, it isn’t a joint so much as a spot where the two meet, but if it is stable then it means our scapula don’t wing out and they work properly
Glenohumeral needs to be mobile – this is the connection between your shoulder and your arm. Think about all the things this joint has to do, then think about frozen shoulder syndrome…where people can’t move their arm around because of restrictions in the tissues there (including muscle tightness)
Moving out to the distal extremities there are varying degrees of mobility and stability based on which joint you are dealing with – because it is so varied, we don’t go in depth here.
..’

Begin Training With This 4-Phase Program stack.com
“…
Phase 1: Mobility & Stability
Phase 2: Strength
Phase 3: Power
Phase 4: Rest and Recovery..

*see Fitness: Medical-Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

The Relationship between Posture, Stability, and Mobility ptonthenet.com

Exercises to Improve Dynamic & Static Balance : Fitness Training Techniques

-Proximal Stability of the Shoulders

Serratus Anterior

Open vs. closed kinetic chain exercises healthline.com
“..
In open kinetic chain exercises, the segment furthest away from the body — known as the distal aspect, usually the hand or foot — is free and not fixed to an object.
In a closed chain exercise, it is fixed, or stationary.
..”

Open chain serratus anterior – YouTube

Closed chain shoulder ROM exercise – YouTube

Closed Chain versus Open Chain?

Difference Between Open Chain & Closed Chain Exercises

*open chain (overcome resistance) & closed chain (fixed )

Strength Training

Lifting Lighter Weights Can Be Just as Effective as Heavy Ones By Gretchen Reynolds July 20, 2016 5:30 am well.blogs.nytimes.com
“..study finds that people who lift relatively light weights can build just as much strength and muscle size as those who grunt through sessions using much heftier weights — if they plan their workouts correctly. …

The results were unequivocal. There were no significant differences between the two groups. All of the men had gained muscle strength and size, and these gains were almost identical, whether they had lifted heavy or light weights. ..

How Lifting Light Weights Can Build Muscle – YouTube

Movement Training

Training Movements, Not Muscles Pete McCall by Pete McCall on November 14, 2013 acefitness.org
“..Walking, or the gait cycle, is a series of coordinated movements. The foundational patterns that comprise the gait cycle are: 1. Squatting (when both feet are on the ground) 2. Lunging (as one leg is planted and the other leg is swinging) 3. Pushing (as one arm swings forward) 4. Pulling (as the other arm swings backwards) 5. Rotating (when the trunk and pelvis counter rotate during leg and arm movement). Following a movement-based exercise program based on these patterns means that you are using all of your muscles at the same time, which can be more effective for burning calories while also training the body for how it is designed to move. A second benefit of this approach is that you can do most of the exercises with little to no equipment, making it a perfect option if you want to exercise at home and avoid expensive gym fees. Let’s face it, sitting on an exercise machine using only one part of the body can be a bit boring, but challenging yourself to learn how to flawlessly execute complicated movement patterns makes exercise much more fun and engaging…”

5 Essential Primal Movements for Your Workout Program – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VexzP8X2MI4

1-Bend & Lift (e.g. squat)

Functional Training Basics: Bend & Lift – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0EEkQUPIGo

a. Hip Hinge – YouTube

b. lower extremity alignment seated with ball between legs thighs

(1) Exercise #431 – Inner Thigh Squeeze (seated with ball between knee … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9cmI4iVFm0

(2) Squeeze in Leg Exercises while Sitting in a Chair – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvCLUUlXJH8

c. figure 4 position (pp. 309 ACE Fitness 5th Edition)

(1) Figure-4 Squat – YouTube

(2) Dowel Deep Squat – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40IJ3yDu3Qs

2-Single-Leg Movement Patterns

a. Kneeling to Standing Lunge – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg-gu0_gSWs

b. Single Leg Lunges – YouTube

c. Lunge Matrix (LM) for Runners – YouTube

Lunge Matrix – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqW4dlQX61w

Lunge Matrix – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HwWKRVq0F0

3. Pushing Movements

EMS Exercises On The Go: Pushing Movements – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaCyQ852yAo

Machine Pushing Movements – YouTube

a 1. Bilateral Presses Standing Bilateral Cable Push – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yajc4mjMVsM

a 2. Unilateral Presses

Unilateral Cable Press – YouTube

KINE 4305 bilateral and unilateral cable chest press … – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sS41swGgJH4

Unilateral Vs. Bilateral Exercises

Unilateral vs Bilateral Movements

a. 3. Contralateral Single Arm Press in Split Stance without … – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQks9c5_asI

a. 4. Ipsilateral Single Arm Row in Split Stance with Rotation – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6Lr88niqXI

b. Thoracic Matrix (pp. 316) Thoracic Spine Matrix – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9tVpZb_nec

Thoracic Matrix In-Sync matrix – YouTube

SINGLE ARM ROW IN STRIDE STANDING WITH RESISTANCE BAND https://youtu.be/iwbD830jSjg

Thoracic Spine Type 1 Walkthrough – YouTube

4. Pulling Movements

a Cable Pulling and Breathing Mechanics Explained – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5o3BEc_Vnvo

b. Seated Cable Rows – Back Exercise – Bodybuilding.com – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzoCF_b3cIY

c Single Leg contralateral cable row – YouTube

Standing Unilateral Cable Row – YouTube

5. Rotational Movements

Anatomy Trains – Dynamic Education for Body-Minded Professionals anatomytrains.com

1. Introduction to Anatomy Trains – YouTube

Myofascial Lines

Functional Anatomy—Myofascial Slings – YouTube

Myofascial Slings Introduction – YouTube

Myofascial Sling Training – YouTube

PTA Global: Exercises for Rotation – Spiral Lines – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g29ORE0Zj1s

2. Two Key Movements: Diagonal or Spiral Patterns

a. Woodchop

Wood Choppers – Core Workout – Fully Fit by Runner’s … – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA3S8CrSOTw

How To Do A Dumbbell Woodchop: Exercise For The Core – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tH8ZeVgupYY

Wood Chop with Hip Rotation – YouTube

b. Hay Balers

Hay Baler 1-arm Rotational Punch – YouTube

Hay Bailer exercise (Beginner) – YouTube

ACE Integrated Fitness Training (IFT) Model for Functional Movement and Resistance Training: Phases 3 and 4 BY PETE McCALL, M.S. acefitness.org

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Health & Fitness: How to increase Estrogen Levels and Keep it Balance?

12 Tips to Balance Estrogen Levels Naturally In Hormone Balance, Medications, Weight Loss | by Dr. Jockers | Comments are closed | Affiliate Disclosure drjockers.com
“Dangers Behind Hormone Replacement:

When hormones such as thyroid, estrogen, & progesterone are supplemented through prescriptions, creams, & contraceptives such as birth control pills, they are abnormally flooding their body with an unnatural amount of hormones (2, 3). This causes several responses within the body:..

12 Tips to Balance Your Hormones:

..3. Anti-Inflammatory Diet: Keep grains, sugars, bad fats and commercialized meat out of your diet. Load up on non-starchy veggies, low-glycemic fruit (lemons/limes, grapefruit, berries, granny smith apples), organic meat, good fats (coconut, grass-fed butter/ghee, olives, olive oil and avocados). Use herbs in abundance and fermented foods and tonics like apple cider vinegar

4. Practice Intermittent Fasting: Doing a liquid fast for 16-24 hrs daily or even just a few days a week can be an incredible practice to improve detoxification pathways. I personally enjoy doing 16-18 hour fasts daily where I eat my meals between a 6-8 hour eating window (12-7pm for example)….”
How to Boost Estrogen Levels by JAIME HERNDON Last Updated: Aug 14, 2017 livestrong.com
“..Estrogen is a naturally occurring female hormone that helps regulate the menstrual cycle and is important in the typical sexual development of females, says the Mayo Clinic. The body makes varying amounts of estrogen throughout the lifespan, with levels dropping off after menopause. There may be other reasons for a reduction in estrogen, like a medical condition or extreme weight loss. Raising estrogen levels can be done in a variety of ways, but it must be done under a doctor’s care, as too much estrogen can have negative health effects…”

16 Signs Your Estrogen Is Low — And What You Can Do About It bustle.com
“..For some people, having low estrogen is genetic. Other people end up with low levels of this hormone because they have a thyroid disorder, ovarian cysts, or because they’ve undergone chemo or radiation. If you have very low body fat (due to too much exercise or not eating enough), you might also be causing your body to have low estrogen. If your weight was really low when you were going through puberty (for instance, if you were a gymnast or you were struggling with an eating disorder), that may have caused delays in development of your secondary sex characteristics.

Having low estrogen means that your levels of this hormone are low compared to the other hormones in your system. Estrogen levels vary widely from person to person, so it’s more important to know how the levels of this hormone changes in your body over time, as opposed to the actual measurable amount. Your estrogen levels decline naturally as you get closer to menopause, so many of the signs of low estrogen are what you’ve heard of as menopause symptoms — but low estrogen can actually cause a lot of other changes. It’s important to note that these symptoms can vary from person to person, and some of them are dependent on how low your estrogen actually dips…”

Foods

10 foods that increase estrogen levels naturally By: Emily Lunardo | Women’s Health | Tuesday, April 11, 2017 – 02:00 PM .belmarrahealth.com
‘…If you happen to be experiencing symptoms of low estrogen, there are several estrogen-rich foods that may help boost your estrogen level. These foods contain phytoestrogen, which is a plant-based estrogen that mimics estrogen once it is processed by the body. The following is a list of foods that are known for containing excessive amounts of phytoestrogens. It is important to keep in mind that estrogen rich foods may have unwanted effects in men.

Soybean products: Soy is a rich source of phytoestrogen and comes in a variety of easy to consume forms like soy milk, tofu, or edamame. Soy products are the greatest source of isoflavones, a class of phytoestrogen that can be easily consumed in your diet. Soy is also a great source of protein, making it an ideal meat substitute for vegans and vegetarians.

Flaxseeds: These little seeds contain up to three times the phytoestrogens of soybeans, but your body will not reap their benefits unless they are cracked or ground prior to consumption. Also high in fiber, flaxseeds will make you feel full and may aid in weight loss and in the reduction of cholesterol.

Sesame seeds: Whole seeds—or even sesame oil—contain lignans (a chemical compound found in plants) that possess phytoestrogens. The seeds are also loaded with fiber and are a great source of minerals.

Beans: They are relativity high in phytoestrogens, but they don’t get much attention. Beans are known for having a high fiber content, which helps to control cholesterol levels. Types of beans include peas, pinto bean, and lima beans

Dried Fruit: Not only are they a healthy snack, but they also contain a modest amount of phytoestrogens. It is advised to limit how much you eat, as dried fruit does contain a lot of calories. Apricots, dates, and prunes are good sources.

Bran: Wheat bran is a reliable way get your dose of phytoestrogens. It can be found in muffins, bread, and cereals.

Nuts: Several types of nuts, including pistachios, chestnuts, hazelnuts, and walnuts, are great sources of phytoestrogens.

Alfalfa Sprouts: Naturally low in calories and carbohydrates, alfalfa sprouts are an excellent choice.

Chickpeas: A reliable source of phytoestrogens that are also high in fiber and protein.

Olives and olive oil: Having a bevy of healthy effects for your hair, skin, nail, and heart, they are also great for your hormone levels…”

Personal Stories:

Increase Estrogen Levels Naturally

*see Women: Menopause- Health & Fitness Tips? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

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Fitness: Exercise tips for Seniors

Assessments

Functional “Abilities” for Independent Lifestyle

Six essential functional tests for senior adults bioexsystems.com
“..The typical strength and flexibility tests used with a younger population will usually not meet the needs of the senior adult nor will the normative values associated with those functional tests apply. Delaying frailty and improving functional mobility are primary goals when working with seniors. Functional tests designed for seniors can help identify weaknesses in those areas, hopefully before limitations occur. Following are brief descriptions of six essential functional tests for senior adults that are easy to perform and require very little equipment. Many software programs and other text resources are available for specific test protocols as well normative values…”

Assessing Functional Fitness in Mature Adults Cody Sipe by Cody Sipe on September 05, 2017 acefitness.org
The Senior Fitness Test
Common Senior Fitness Tests media.lanecc.edu

-30-Second Chair Stand Test
*see Fitness: Lower Body Exercises for those with “limited” mobility goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

30-Second Chair Stand Test – YouTube

How to Perform the 30-Second Chair Stand Test (and why) – YouTube

30-Second Chair Stand Test Protocol – YouTube

SENIOR FITNESS TEST – YouTube

*great instructions: show the test yourself (arms cross over shoulders) , let participant try it out , and then do the actual test

Senior (Elderly)-Fitness: Test (30 second chair stand)

=>Scoring Results

Assessment 30-second Chair Stand – CDC cdc.gov
30 Second Sit to Stand Test | Shirley Ryan AbilityLab – Formerly RIC
“… The 30-Second Chair Test is administered using a folding chair without arms, with seat height of 17 inches (43.2 cm). … That way, it is possible to assess a wide variety of ability levels with …..”
An evaluation of the 30-s chair stand test in older adults: frailty detection based on kinematic parameters from a single inertial unit ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
“..Results

For the stand-up and sit-down phases, velocity peaks and “modified impulse” parameters clearly differentiated subjects with different frailty levels (p < 0.001). The trunk orientation range during the impulse phase was also able to classify a subject according to his frail syndrome (p < 0.001). Furthermore, these parameters derived from the inertial units (IUs) are sensitive enough to detect frailty differences not registered by the number of completed cycles which is the standard test outcome.."


-30 Second Arm Curl Test
*see Fitness: Upper Body Workouts-Arms, Biceps, etc… goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

30 Second Arm Curl Test – YouTube

Northeastern University Senior Fitness Assessments – 30-second Arm …

Arm Curl Test – YouTube

=>Scoring Results

Senior’s Arm Curl Test exrx.net
“…’Repetitions’ is the number of times subject curls weight within 30 seconds. Click “Calculate”. Evaluates arm flexor strength endurance for seniors, 60 through 94 years of age. ..

Subject should be encouraged to perform a trial of one or two repetitions without weight before test to clarify form.

Sit on chair with dumbbell
Women: 5 lbs (2.3 kg)
Men: 8 lbs (3.6 kg)
Hold weight in a handshake grip with arm fully extended to side of chair
Curl weight by flexing elbow while turning palm of hand toward shoulder
Lower until elbow is straight
Repeat curling until 30 seconds expire
..”

Arm Curl (Bicep) Test topendsports.com
“..scoring: The score is the total number of controlled arm curls performed in 30 seconds. Below is a table showing some recommended ranges for this test based on age groups (from Jones & Rikli, 2002)…”

-Six Minute Walk Test
*see Fitness: Various Cardio Workouts goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Six Minute Walk Test – YouTube

The Six-Minute Walk Test: Why and How? — BAVLS

Six Minute Walk Test 2012

=>Scoring Results

6 Minute Walk Test topendsports.com
“..It is an adaptation of the Cooper 12 minute run. The 6 Minute Walk test is part of the Senior Fitness Test Protocol. For people who use orthopedic devices when walking, as well as people who have difficulty balancing, there is an alternative 2 minute step in place test…”
Miles to Meters conversion metric-conversions.org
1mi= 1609.344m
The 6-Minute Walk Test in Mobility-Limited Elders: What Is Being Measured? academic.oup.com
“..In this study involving mobility-limited older adults with no significant cardiovascular or respiratory disease, the 6mw test was strongly associated with performance-based measures of functional limitation, yet was poorly associated with proxy measures of submaximal aerobic capacity. Consistent with other performance-based measures of function, impairments in leg power and strength were predictive of 6mw performance, with the greatest influence being at distal lower extremity sites…”

“The object of this test is to walk as far as possible for 6 minutes. You will walk back and forth in this hallway. Six minutes is a long time to walk, so you will be exerting yourself. You will probably get out of
breath or become exhausted. You are permitted to slow down, to stop, and to rest as necessary. You
may lean against the wall while resting, but resume walking as soon as you are able. You will be walking
back and forth around the cones. You should pivot briskly around the cones and continue back the other
way without hesitation. Now I’m going to show you. Please watch the way I turn without hesitation.”…

6 Minute Walk Test | Shirley Ryan AbilityLab – Formerly RIC

Six Minute Walk Test / 6 Minute Walk Test sralab.org
“..Set-Up:

Place cones at either end of the 30 metre stretch as turning points
Have chairs set up either side and halfway along the walking stretch..”

IFA Senior Fitness ifafitness.com

Cardiovascular Testing


Stress testing should be performed by a doctor. Once the doctor has given the written approval with a list of limitations, the trainer must then determine the fitness level of the cardiovascular system by performing fitness testing. Testing should not be performed on clients who have tachycardia. Fitness tests should be performed on an individual basis and not as a group to avoid competitive results.

The Six-Minute Walk Test is used to measure aerobic endurance. The client will walk at their fastest pace around a rectangular track whose length is 50 yards (45.7m) and width is 5 yards (4.6m).,,

The following table lists average distances based on age. Scores lower than these figures are considered below average. Scores higher than these figures are considered above average. ..”

-2 Minute Step Test
*see Fitness: Various Cardio Workouts goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

2 Minute Step Test – YouTube

2 Minute Step Test – YouTube

The 2 Minute Step Test – YouTube

2 Minute Step in Place Test topendsports.com
“..scoring: Record the total number of times the right knee reaches the tape level in two minutes. Below is a table showing the recommended ranges for this test based on age groups (from Jones & Rikli, 2002)…”
The 2-minute step test is independently associated with cognitive function in older adults with heart failure link.springer.com
“…. The 2-minute step test (2MST) has been suggested as a more practical alternative to the 6MWT, though no study has examined whether it is associated with cognitive impairment in persons with HF. This study examined whether the 2MST is associated with cognitive function in older adults with HF….”

-Chair Sit and Reach Test
*see Fitness: Lower Body Workout goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
particularly hamstring

Chair Sit And Reach Test – YouTube

Northeastern University Senior Fitness Assessments – Chair Sit-and …

Chair Sit and Reach Trial 1 – YouTube

=>Scoring Results

Chair Sit and Reach Test topendsports.com
“..scoring: The score is recorded to the nearest 1/2 inch or 1 cm as the distance reached, either a negative or positive score. Record which leg was used for measurement. Below is a table showing the recommended ranges (in inches) for this test based on age groups (from Jones & Rikli, 2002)…”
Chair Sit and Reach Test fitt50.hu
“..Equipment required

ruler or tape measure,
straight back or folding chair (about 44 cm high).

Procedure

Sit on the edge of the chair (placed against a wall for safety). One foot must remain flat on the floor. The other leg is extended forward with the knee straight, heel on the floor, and ankle bent at 90°.
Place one hand on top of the other with tips of the middle fingers flush.
Inhale, and then as you exhale, slowly reach forward toward the toes by bending at the hip. Keep the back straight and head up. Avoid bouncing or quick movements, and never stretch to the point of pain.
Keep the knee straight, and hold the reach for 2 seconds. If your knee bends, straighten your leg and start again.
The distance is measured between the tips of the fingertips and the toes. If the fingertips touch the toes then the score is zero. If they do not touch, measure the distance between the fingers and the toes (a negative score), if they overlap, measure by how much (a positive score). Record the measurement to the nearest 1 cm and which leg you performed the test.
Repeat the test 2 times on each leg.
..”

-Back Scratch Test
*see Fitness: Upper Body Workouts-Shoulders goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Back Stratch Test – YouTube

Back scratch Test – YouTube

Back Scratch Test.mpg – YouTube

=> Scoring Results

Back Scratch Test topendsports.com
“..An assistant is required to direct the subject so that the fingers are aligned, and to measure the distance between the tips of the middle fingers. If the fingertips touch then the score is zero. If they do not touch, measure the distance between the finger tips (a negative score),..”
Back Scratch Test fitt50.hu
Practical Application of Functional Assessments: Flexibility Assessments Jessie Newell by Jessie Newell on September 04, 2015 acefitness.org
…Apley’s Scratch Test

“This assessment examines the ability to combine motions of the shoulder (glenohumeral joint) and shoulder girdle (scapulothoracic) joint. The hand that is reaching up and over the head to touch the top of the back with the palm should ideally touch the medial or vertebral border of the opposite shoulder blade or even farther down the spine. The hand reaching up the back with the back the hand reaching up mid back should ideally touch the inferior angle of the opposite shoulder blade. ..”

-8 foot and up go test
*see Fitness: How “Balanced” are you? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

8 Foot up and go test – YouTube

Part 2: 8-foot Up and Go Assessment – Prevent Senior Falls – YouTube

8-foot Up and go test – YouTube

Northeastern University Senior Fitness Assessments – 8-Foot Get Up …

=>Scoring Results

8 Foot Up and Go Test topendsports.com
“..Place the chair next to a wall (for safety) and the marker 8 feet in front of the chair. Clear the path between the chair and the marker. The subject starts fully seated, hands resting on the knees and feet flat on the ground. On the command, “Go,” timing is started and the subject stands and walks (no running) as quickly as possible (and safely) to and around the cone, returning to the chair to sit down. Timing stops as they sit down. Perform two trials…”
The 8-foot up and go test is the best way to assess physical function in the rheumatoid arthritis clinic academic.oup.com
“..RA patients typically experience adverse, inflammatory-driven changes in body composition, which result in muscle wasting and increased fat mass. This condition, termed rheumatoid cachexia (RC) [1], is a major contributor to the impaired physical function of these patients [2, 3]. Poor physical function is a strong predictor of clinical outcome in RA, and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality, reduced quality of life and higher treatment costs [4–6]. Both patients and health-care professionals identify physical function as a key outcome in the management of RA [7] and improving function as an important therapeutic target in clinical care [6, 8–10]. Hence, accurate assessment of physical function is required if RA treatment is to be optimized [10]…”
8-Foot Up-and-Go Test fitt50.hu
Validity of the 8-Foot Up and Go, Timed Up and Go, and Activities-Specific Balance Confidence Scale in older adults with and without cognitive impairment. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
“..Fall history was found as the only significant predictor of test outcome for the TUG, 8UG, and ABC, indicating that MCI is not a significant determinant of test performance…”

*see Health & Fitness: How to get more “energy” for the Elderly? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Mobility Assessments for Higher Functioning

-Squats
*see Fitness: How to get “defined” glutes (butt)? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

3 Functional Tests for Older Clients to Assess Quality of Movement … theptdc.com

2. Sit-to-stand test
“..his test mimics an everyday activity: can your client comfortably get in and out of her chair?

During this test, have the client sit with her back touching the back of the chair. Now ask the client to stand from the seated position, counting aloud every rep. Stop the test when the patient can get five reps of sit-to-stands…”

How Fit Are You? The Chair Test – The Truth About Getting … – YouTube

< 35 Men 10 in 10 sec
< 35 Weomen 12 in 12 sec
55 Men 19 in 19 sec
*see Fitness: How “Balanced” are you? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

-Frontal Planks
*see Fitness: Morning Routine-Different types of Sit-Ups-Crunches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Fitness Over 50: Prone Planks – YouTube

Elderly 30 Second Plank – YouTube

87-year-old woman doing the plank for four minutes. – YouTube

-Overhead Reach

How to do the Functional Reach Test – YouTube

Others Related

5 Chair Exercises for Older Adults
Franklin Antoian by Franklin Antoian
on May 09, 2017 acefitness.org

A simple life expectancy test – How To Stay Young: Episode 1 Preview – BBC One

Sitting Rising Test…Debunked

8 Balance Moves for Active Agers
Lawrence Biscontini by Lawrence Biscontini
on May 15, 2015 acefitness.org
“.. Participants in this study were 168 men with systolic heart failure (New York Heart Association (NYHA) class I-IV). In the study we used the two-minute step test, the six-minute walk test, the cardiopulmonary exercise test and isometric dynamometer armchair. Results: Patients who performed more steps during the two-minute step test covered a longer distance during the six-minute walk test (r = 0.45). The quadriceps strength was correlated with the two-minute step test and the six-minute walk test (r = 0.61 and r = 0.48). ..”

Designing Balance Exercise Programs for Older Adults acefitness.org
“..Decreased balance is attributable to an age-related decline in multiple physiological systems that contributes to decreased muscle flexibility and strength, reduced central processing of sensory information, and slowed motor responses (American Geriatrics Society, British Geriatrics Society, and American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeon Panel on Falls Prevention, 2001). In addition to an increased risk of falls, diminished balance and mobility may limit activities of daily living or participation in leisure-time activities. Accordingly, it is essential that balance exercises be incorporated into the physical activity programs of older adults. The following article uses case studies to outline the critical components of designing individualized balance exercise programs for clients that reduce their risk of falls. Sample balance exercises and training progressions (from simple to complex) will also be presented…”

How long will I live? Simple sitting test predicts longevity today.com

Exercises

What Type of Exercise Do You Use to Help Older Adults Prevent Falls? Jan 01, 2008 ideafit.com

Exercise for Seniors healthline.com
‘…Walking for just five or 10 minutes at a time on several days each week, is a great way to begin. Once you can walk for 30 minutes at a time, you’ve built a solid foundation and are ready to add more challenging activities to your routine. Starting a basic strength routine while you begin your aerobic routine will help you build the strength you need to support your aerobic workouts.

The best aerobic activities for older adults to begin with are low-impact exercises, such as walking, cycling, swimming, and water aerobics. Other options include:”

15 Min Senior Workout – HASfit Exercise for Elderly – Seniors Exercises for Elderly – Seniors


“Published on Oct 7, 2013
Unlock rewards and help keep HASfit free by donating now – https://www.patreon.com/hasfit

Coach Kozak’s 15 minute senior workout is great for senior strength and will get your heart rate up at the same time. The total body exercise for elderly doesn’t require any equipment, but you may choose to use some light weights or a couple water bottles. Senior exercises for elderly are low impact and safe on the joints. Visit http://hasfit.com for the seniors workouts instructions, more videos, free meal plans, and other health tips. http://hasfit.com for the best free workout and senior aerobic exercise routines for men and women at home or in gym. ..”

20 Min Chair Exercises Sitting Down Workout – Seated … – YouTube

FUN EXERCISES FOR SENIORS: WHAT YOU CAN DO WHILE WATCHING TV cedarsofchapelhill.com
“Fun Exercises for Seniors: What you can do while watching TV
Tired of exercise rudely interrupting your binge watching sessions of your favorite TV show? …

Seated Jumping-Jacks

While traditional jumping jacks are possible while watching TV, they can also be a bit hard on your joints. Instead, do a seated version by sitting on the edge of your chair and lifting your arms up and open wide while also spreading your legs apart. Do a set of 10 of these as quickly as possible, rest and repeat. This will keep your limbs moving and circulating.

Leg Extensions

To do a proper leg extension, simply sit in your chair, extend one leg out and flex your foot so only your heel touches the floor, then raise your leg as high as you can without rounding your back. Hold this for a count of three, lower your leg, repeat or alternate with your other leg.

Use Your Water Bottle

The most obvious use for a water bottle (other than drinking from it, of course) is using it as a hand weight, however it can also be used to strengthen your thighs. To do this, simply sit on your chair with your back straight and shoulders back. Plant your feet on the floor, with your ankles in line with your knees. Now, place a water bottle between your legs and squeeze your thighs around it 30 times. It may not sound like much at first, but when you try it you’ll feel how your thigh muscles will work during this.

Bonus: Do this while also doing the arm exercises listed below.

Elbow Curls

This exercise will help stretch your chest and shoulder muscles and help decrease upper back pain and stress. Simply place your hands on either side of your head with your elbows pointed out then bring your elbows together in front of your face then pull them back to the starting position, repeat up to 30 times.

Arm Circles

It doesn’t get much simpler than this, but if you haven’t exercised in a while, this could be a beneficial way to flex muscles you forgot you even had. For this, simply sit on the edge of your seat and extend your arms out at your side at shoulder height. Move your arms in small circles 20 times going forward and 20 times going back before resting.

Create a Routine Around the Program You’re Watching

A simple way to get yourself moving is to plan on moving around during the commercials (no fair DVRing something and fast forwarding the commercials!). Instead of using this time to grab a snack, stand up and march or walk in place.

You can also create a routine based on the individual show. For example, whenever a certain character comes on screen make sure you do at least one exercise from this list or even just simply stretch your arms above your head or stretch your legs out to keep your joints from stiffening.

Treadmill

Not the most creative exercise on this list, but it is effective and something most people can do no matter what their level of physical fitness is. If you can’t put a treadmill in front of your current television, consider getting a treadmill with a screen already attached. Yes, these exist now and are making it even harder for many people to make excuses for not working out.

Already have a treadmill and you’re not willing to take up living room space with it? Simple, get a TV for the room where you’re treadmill is. While no fitness trainer is likely to encourage you to get more televisions, if the options are not working out at all, or working out with a TV in your home gym, then this is clearly the better plan.

To find more exercise ideas for seniors, read our article Exercise for People Who Hate Exercise.

Looking for a retirement community where you can enjoy television and exercise in your own home while also having plenty of options for social and aerobic activities? The Cedars of Chapel Hill, North Carolina offers a fitness center complete with treadmills, indoor pool and, of course, television. Visit their website to learn about life at The Cedars.

*see Fitness: Various Workouts while Watching T.V. goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

15-minute Sample Workout for Older Adults from Go4Life – YouTube

30 Min Senior Workout Routines – Standing & Seated Chair Exercise for Seniors, Elderly, Older People

Full Body Flexibility Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Daily Life Activities

*see Fitness: Various “Home” & “Backyard” Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Stronger Bones
*see Health: How to repair and deal with “loss” cartilage? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Osteoporosis Weight bearing exercises – YouTube

Exercise for Seniors : Strengthening Exercises for Osteoporosis …

Unbreakable: How Martial Artists Develop Stronger Bones
By Adam Sinicki on March 11, 2016 thebioneer.com

-Arthritis

Health: How to deal with arthritis as one ages? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Exercise for Arthritis & Aging : Hip & Knee Arthritis Exercises – YouTube

Exercise with Mary: Seated Exercises for Arthritis – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcGt3ys2wOA
*see Fitness: Exercises for those with “limited” mobility goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

-Back
*see Medical: How to “get rid” of back pain? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Exercise for Seniors : Senior Citizen Back Strengthening … – YouTube

Equipment

Staying Fit, parentgiving.com
Eva Medical Pedal Exerciser Chrome Frame (Fully Assembled Exercise Peddler, no tools required)
EVA Medical
amazon.com

BoneSmart Pilates AGING STRONG DVD Vol I with Enhanced Props Bundle – Newly Released! – Exercise to Build Bone, Avoid Injury, Age Strong by BoneSmart Pilates amazon.com

-Resistance Bands
*see Fitness: Various Resistance Training Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Senior resistance band exercises with balance and Wellness – YouTube

Resistance Band Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Resistance Band Exercises : Stretch Band Exercises for Seniors …

Senior Fitness Exercise – Resistance Band Workout with Stef – YouTube

Balance Training
*see Fitness: Kinesiology-Kinematic Exercise Types goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

12 Best Elderly Balance Exercises For Seniors to Help Prevent Falls eldergym.com
“…Most common reasons seniors fall

Your vision may decrease which can lead to falls due to not seeing clearly.
Your hips and legs can become weaker making it harder to walk.
We can develop poor posture or have spinal degeneration making it harder to stand erect.
Our ability to lift our feet decreases and we can stumble.
It takes longer to react when something is in our way causing us to fall.
Many drugs interact causing dizziness or decrease balance.
Low blood pressure can lead to light-headedness increasing our risk of falls.
..

12 Best balance exercise videos: Follow along with our videos and improve your balance…..”

Balance Exercises for Seniors – Fall Prevention – Balance Exercises for Elderly

“Grow Young Fitness
Published on Nov 25, 2015
Balance Exercises for Seniors: Check out the FULL PROGRAM on the website!
https://www.growyoungfitness.com

In this video Deron Buboltz takes you through his fun, step by step Balance Exercises for Seniors. These balance exercises are designed specifically for fall prevention in the Elderly/Senior community. Deron’s goal is to bring Senior Fitness to a place it has never been before. To learn how you can join the club and start living a better more mobile lifestyle just click the link ABOVE.”

7 Balance Exercises for Seniors-Fall Prevention by Physical Therapists

Dr. Mercola’s Mom Demonstrates Balance Exercises for Seniors
https://youtu.be/uGJR59_aMDo
*including hand-eye coordination

Prevent FALLS with These Simple Balance Exercises for Seniors and …

Dynamic Standing Balance Exercises for Elderly

*see Fitness: How “Balanced” are you? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Hip Flexors
*see Fitness: Various Exercises for the Hip goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Hip Flexor Exercises For Seniors And The Elderly; Hip Marching eldergym.com
“..Hip flexor exercises for seniors and the elderly like hip marching are very important in maintaining lower body strength.

These leg exercises will increase your walking endurance and ability to pick up objects off lower surfaces…”

How to Strengthen the Hip Flexor Exercises for Seniors – YouTube
Video for hip flexor strength exercises for elderly

Top 3 Exercises for Hip Flexor Strengthening

Hip Stretches | Exercise for Older Adults – YouTube

Senior Physical Fitness at Home : How to Strengthen the Hip Flexor …

Posture
*see Fitness: How to reverse common Abnormal Postures? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

10 Daily Posture Exercises for Seniors

Lower Body

*see Fitness: Lower Body Exercises for those with “limited” mobility https://goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

-Seated Squats

Senior Squat Exercise – Senior Sit Down Stand Up Exercise – YouTube

Senior Citizen Exercises : Senior Exercises: Seated Chair Squats …

Senior Exercises: Seated Chair Squats – YouTube

20 Min Standing & Seated Exercise for Seniors, Obese … – YouTube

-Single-leg Lunge with Chair

Lunge With A Chair For Seniors – YouTube

Leg Strengthening Exercises for Seniors – The forward Lunge – YouTube

17 Min Chair Exercises for Seniors & Beginners – HASfit Senior …

-Leg Curls

Senior Physical Fitness at Home : Hip Abduction Chair … – YouTube

Senior Physical Fitness at Home : How to Strengthen the Hamstring …

-Hamstrings

Geriatric Hamstring Stretches – YouTube

Senior exercise videos: HAMSTRING STRETCH – YouTube

Senior Physical Fitness at Home : How to Strengthen the Hamstring …

-Calf Raises

Senior Physical Fitness at Home : Calf Raise & Calf Muscle … – YouTube

Standing Calf Stretch

ReflexClinic
Published on Jan 28, 2013
Calf stretch in standing position is performed by standing in a lunge position with hands placed against the wall or on a sturdy table for support. The hips are directed forward and the trunk is upright. The back foot is flat on the floor and pointing straight forward. Slowly transfer your weight onto the front leg until you feel the stretch in the calf of the back leg. Hold for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Repeat 2-3 times per side. You can also slightly bend the back knee to affect a different portion of posterior calf muscles.

-Others

12 Best Leg Exercises For Seniors And The Elderly eldergym.com
“..Strengthening the lower body is one of the most effective and efficient methods of preserving your independence and improving your health as you age..”

4 Lower Body Strength Exercises for Older Adults from Go4Life

Leg Strengthening Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Best Leg Exercises For Seniors – YouTube

Standing Exercises for Older Adults – YouTube

4 Lower Body Strength Exercises for Older Adults from … – YouTube

=>Chairs

20 Min Exercise for Seniors, Older People, Elderly – Seated … – YouTube

Chair Fitness Workout | Chair Exercises For Seniors – YouTube

How to Side Leg Raises For Seniors – YouTube

How to Do Chair Stand Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Seated Exercises for the Elderly – YouTube

=>Stretching

Stretching for Older Adults – Legs & Lower Back – YouTube

Back and leg stretch for Seniors – YouTube

The Best Leg Stretches for Seniors – Part 1: Lower Body … – YouTube

Seated Stretches for the Elderly or those with Limited Mobility – YouTube

Gastroc stretch at wall

Upper Body Workouts

-Back

Exercise for Seniors : Back Strengthening Exercises That … – YouTube

Seated Back Extension – YouTube

Exercise for Seniors : Back Strengthening Exercises That … – YouTube

Seated Back Extension – YouTube

-Chest Press

Senior Fitness Exercises : Seated Chest Press Exercise for … – YouTube

Senior Citizen Exercises : Senior Exercises: Chest Presses – YouTube

How to Do Seated Resistance Band Chest Press – YouTube

-Wall Push-Ups

Senior Fitness – Pushups at the Counter – YouTube

Wall Push Ups For Beginners | How To – YouTube

-Bicep Curls

How To Do Resistance Band Bicep Curls-Exercise Tutorial – YouTube

How to Do Bicep Curls for Seniors – YouTube

Senior Physical Fitness at Home : Bicep Curl Exercises for … – YouTube

-Lateral Arm Raises

How to Exercise: Arm Raise Range of Motion for Seniors – YouTube

Exercise for Seniors : How to Strengthen Flabby Arms – YouTube

Lateral Raise with Resistance Band | Tim McComse

Core
*see Fitness: Morning Routine-Different types of Sit-Ups-Crunches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Core Strengthening Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Core Strengthening Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Seated Upper Body and Core exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Smart Moves Abdominal and Core Exercises in a Chair – YouTube

-Shoulders
*see Fitness: Upper Body Workouts-Shoulders goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Shoulder Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Physical Therapy Exercises for Seniors: Shoulder Pain … – YouTube

Flexibility and Mobility Enhancing Stretches for Older Adults

Easy exercises for seniors, Part II: Shoulder shrug, neck … – YouTube

-Others

6 Upper Body Strength Exercises for Older Adults from … – YouTube

Physical Therapy Exercises for Seniors: Upper Body … – YouTube

Five Minutes of Fitness After Fifty, #9, Upper Body Strength – YouTube

=> Chairs

Seated Row Chair Exercise for Older Adults – YouTube

=>Stretches
*see Fitness: Various kinds of Stretches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Mid Back Pain For Seniors – Back Extensions – YouTube

Upper Body Active Stretch Workout – Arms, Shoulder, Chest – YouTube

Exercises for Seniors – Stretching Exercises for Seniors … – YouTube

The Best Stretches For Seniors – Part 2: Upper Body … – YouTube

Shoulder Stretches | Exercise for Older Adults – YouTube

Neck Stretches | Exercise for Older Adults – YouTube

Swimming
*see Health: Be more safe in Swimming Pools? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Senior Citizen Water Workout | Water Aerobics – YouTube

Misc

Flash mob seniors, Senior Exercise Class, chair exercise, exercise choreography older adults

Fitness: Eldery-What’s your favorite exercise video?

*see Longevity: How to “slow” the aging process? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Any other exercises you suggest , recommend, etc..?

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Fitness: “Energy” Tips for Aging-Seniors-Elderly-“Older” Age Adults

After 50, All Roads Lead to Fitness
Want energy, good looks and a youthful attitude? Get fit!
by Barbara Hannah Grufferman, July 22, 2013|aarp.org
“..
Here’s how I turned things around

First, I made myself a priority. Many may be depending on you, but you have to be in good mental and physical health to be of service to any of them.

I started down my path to fitness by going for slow runs with walk breaks, and I learned how to do push-ups and other strengthening exercises to prevent bone density loss and, therefore, osteoporosis. (Consult your doctor before starting a new exercise regimen.)

..”

Top Tips On Senior Fitness


“Published on Dec 30, 2014

A “must see” for those who to know about senior fitness and how to use it to take their fitness regime to a new level.
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Senior Fitness Expert Offers Tips on Successful Aging


“Published on Mar 19, 2013

Jana Headrick, wellness director for Tulsa, Oklahoma, retirement community Inverness Village, talks about setting meaningful resolutions for successful aging.”

Posture

*see Fitness: How to reverse common Abnormal Postures? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Exercises

*see Fitness: Physiology of Exercise goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

=>Stretching
*see Fitness: Various kinds of Stretches goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Exercises for Seniors – Stretching Exercises for Seniors … – YouTube

=>Balanced

*see Fitness: How “Balanced” are you? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Brain and Balance Exercises – for Seniors & the Elderly – YouTube

Balance Exercises for Seniors – Fall Prevention – Balance … – YouTube

7 Balance Exercises for Seniors-Fall Prevention by … – YouTube

Weight-Bearing Exercises for Seniors : Creative Exercises – YouTube

=>Home
*see Fitness: “Energy” Tips for Aging-Seniors-Elderly-“Older” Age Adults goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
& Fitness: Various “Home” & “Backyard” Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

At-Home Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

-Pulley Exercises

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EASY TO USE SHOULDER PULLEY makes physical therapy and exercising easy, either at home or at the office.
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-Resistance Band
*see Fitness: Various Resistance Training Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Resistance Band Exercises : Stretch Band Exercises for Seniors …

Resistance Band Exercises for Seniors – YouTube

Senior resistance band exercises with balance and Wellness – YouTube

Senior Elastic Band Class–PTSue.com for Seniors – YouTube

=>Strength
*see Fitness: Kinesiology-Kinematic Exercise Types goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Strength Training For Seniors or Elderly : Exercises For The … – YouTube

Seniors Fitness & Strength Training Workout – YouTube

15 Min Senior Workout – HASfit Exercise for Elderly – Seniors Exercises for Elderly – Seniors


“Published on Oct 7, 2013

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Coach Kozak’s 15 minute senior workout is great for senior strength and will get your heart rate up at the same time. The total body exercise for elderly doesn’t require any equipment, but you may choose to use some light weights or a couple water bottles. Senior exercises for elderly are low impact and safe on the joints. Visit http://hasfit.com for the seniors workouts instructions, more videos, free meal plans, and other health tips. http://hasfit.com for the best free workout and senior aerobic exercise routines for men and women at home or in gym. ..”

Fitness Tips for the Elderly – YouTube


“Published on Jun 16, 2015

Fitness Tips for the Elderly. Part of the series: LS – Kung Fu & Better Living. As we grow older, an active lifestyle is essential to staying healthier longer. Get fitness tips for the elderly with help from a world champion martial artist in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/video/10094…&#8221;

3 Coordination Exercises for Seniors to work your Brain and Body …

Body and Spirit by Dick Nunez – Senior Fitness – YouTube

*see Health & Fitness: Body, Mind, & Soul (Spirit) Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Keola – Christian Mind-Body Workout – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZDMROjXiJI
“..Published on Jun 25, 2012

Short, full body workout for all levels that introduces you to the unique format of Keola. Designed around Keola Fit’s Transitional Son Series that represents Christ’s victory over death, you will feel strengthened, yet rested/refreshed, in your whole being; spirit, soul, and body. Emphasis placed on building strong arms and core, while also growing in the fruit of the Spirit. Be blessed!

Note: New position names declaring who you are in Christ were incorporated into Keola in 2014 are noted on the screen…”

Beginners Pilates – Pilates Exercises for Beginners and Seniors …

Stronger Seniors Core Fitness Pilates exercise program for … – YouTube

=>Women

Pilates for Older Women – YouTube

Exercises for Women Over 60 : General Fitness Tips

=>Walk in the Park
*see Fitness: “Safety” & Best Tips (Properly) When Running, Jogging, and/or Walking Outdoors goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Seated Exercises for Older Adults – YouTube

*see Fitness: Exercises for those with “limited” mobility goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

=>Others

20 Min Exercise for Seniors, Elderly, & Older People … – YouTube

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