Water exercise can include swimming, aerobics, jogging or toning. It is great alternative, which enables people to improve muscle tone and cardiovascular conditioning without trauma to the bones and joints while still offering resistance. Continue reading “The Benefits of Water Exercise”
Heart failure occurs when the heart cannot pump blood efficiently, leading to fatigue and fluid retention. Because chronic heart failure patients often feel fatigued, it is usually difficult for them to participate in physical activity, which deconditions the body further and makes heart failure symptoms worsen. Continue reading “Heart Failure Patients Benefit from Exercise”
The two masters describe the fourteen steps of this “enlightening smile” as follows:
First, stand in a Wu Chi position. Make sure that you stand firmly but effortlessly on the soil. The hips should relax, with the chin slightly stretched back. Feel the chi inside the abdomen. Continue reading “The Enlightening Smile”
Apart from the depth and the time divers spend under water, other factors influence the absorption and elimination of Nitrogen that can contribute to a developing decompression illness. Although staying within the limits of the recreational dive planner tables minimizes this risk, the tables become less reliable and accurate in the presence of predisposing factors. Continue reading “What are the Risk Factors Associated with Decompression Illness?”
6 starches per day (3 grams of protein per serving = 18 grams). A starch is 80 calories worth of bread, pasta, rice, cereal, starchy vegetables, crackers, pretzels or low-fat sweets (fat-free frozen yogurt, cookies). Continue reading “Lisa’s Journal: Week 13. Part 3”
Dear Sharon and Armand,
This was not a particularly eventful week, which was nice for a change. I feel like I am sticking with both my diet and exercise regimens, and I feel like both have become more of an ingrained habit. Certainly I have bad weeks, and I think I will always come across foods I just can’t resist. Continue reading “Lisa’s Journal: Week 13. Part 1”
If you’re feeling motivated, the next step in the progression might include some of the following:
Either increase your exercise days to 4 (instead of the suggested 3 for week 1)
Increase some or all of your exercise sessions from 15 minutes to 20 or 25 minutes per session. Continue reading “The Second Step. Part 2”
Well, this week had its ups and downs. I didn’t lose any weight, which isn’t surprising, considering what I ate over the weekend while I was visiting my parents. Home cooking is hard to resist, but I didn’t gain any weight, which did surprise me. I guess the exercise helped to burn off some of the excess calories.
LifeQuest educates its members as it encourages them to reach their fitness goals. The club conducts a series of workshops and seminars designed to inspire an appreciation for the benefits of exercise and a health-conscious lifestyle.
The program is broken down into several sessions, the first of which covers the categories of exercise, and why each is vital to the fitness process. A discussion on aerobic and anaerobic exercise is next, followed by a seminar on flexibility. The last portion of the program addresses the significance of diet and nutrition. Continue reading “Special Tutoring”
Once you have a great staff in place, member services can also keep your retention rate at a respectable level. This goes along with customer service, as your services and programs should be ones that your members actually want and will use — they should be an actual “service” to your members. Continue reading “Services”