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Physical exercise as ADHD treatment: Necessary but not sufficient by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 05 Jun 2014 9:50am — Can exercise reduce behavior problems and enhance cognition in children with ADHD? Results from multiple studies indicate that exercise mitigates aging-related declines in cognitive functioning and that it may enhance cognitive functioning in older adults. Exercise has also been shown to be an effective treatment for mild to mod ... Read on »
Exercise benefits black girls less than whites, study shows by Madsweat Health Maven Posted Thu 07 Jun 2012 6:41pm Exercise benefits black girls less than whites, study shows : Health and Fitness News Room When it comes to curbing obesity, exercise doesn’t have the same effect on African-American girls as white girls, a new study suggests. “Please read this article before making statements that may make you sound uninformed and or uneducated.” (ad ... Read on »
10 Unnecessary, Worthless or Dangerous Exercises by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 12 Aug 2008 12:00pm Modern Gym Equipment or Medieval Torture Device? Perhaps at some point in all our personal fitness careers (however advanced or modest) we’ve all had one of those “doh!” moments, when we realized we did something really stupid that now has us writhing in pain. (It could be an immediate or slightly delayed awareness – stuck in the recli ... Read on »
3 Best Back Exercises Revealed by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:12pm Back Exercises Do you suffer from back pain? Or maybe you just want to improve your overall posture and stability. Performing back exercises can reduce your backaches and strengthen the muscles around the spine. Also, it's important to strengthen your back muscles in order to reduce the risk of future injuries during workouts or ... Read on »
Exercise as a Treatment for ADHD by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 07 Jan 2011 10:49am Although I no longer maintain a clinical practice, for years I worked with children with ADHD and their families. One thing I heard from many parents was that their child responded well to physical exercise, that it helped their children burn off excess energy and maintain a calmer and more focused state. Indeed, evidence from several lar ... Read on »
Essential Chest & Back Exercises by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 14 May 2010 11:10pm Recently I have been experimenting with trying to add some total body size. I know from experience the best way to do this is to throw in a bit of volume training and also to involve compound exercises. Compound exercise is a type of exercise which involves several muscle groups at a time. This is very beneficial for ... Read on »
Fitness Friday – Benefits & how to use an exercise ball by Tara B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Dec 2011 10:03am I’ll have the video demonstrating some of the exercises you can do with an exercise ball (Product #30-19000) done soon, but here are a few glimpses of some in the Exercise Ball Full-Body Workout I Exercise Cards Product # 55-11001 . Benefits of using an exercise ball Using an exercise ball uses multiple muscles at the same time ... Read on »
Why I Dislike the Rear Lat Pulldown and You Should Too. by Brandon Goulding Posted Tue 26 Aug 2014 3:53pm The wrong way When I go to the gym I sometimes feel like I have to wear blinders to stop myself from seeing all the poorly executed exercises - or made-up, dangerous exercises. Let me be clear here, I don't really care if someone is doing squats and they have to wide a base or don't go to parallel, What I do care about is someo ... Read on »
The Benefits of Body Resistance by Embracefire Posted Sat 26 Mar 2011 2:59pm For some reason, it seems like bodyweight exercises have become the blacklist in fitness. As soon as the word ‘pushup’ or ‘pullup’ is uttered to the general public, a loud groan and a look of distaste can be heard. Which in my opinion, is an unduly deserved aversion, because body resistance exercises are hugely beneficial. Whether you’re looki ... Read on »
Lat Pull Downs by Scott W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 11:32am Lat Pull downs are a excellent exercise, this is a great exercise for your upper back muscles. A lat pull down is designed to work the Latissimus Dorsi (wings, or v-shape muscle) Muscle though when performed right this exercise also works the rear deltoids (back part of the shoulders), Rhomboids (the muscles that pinch the shoulder blades), ... Read on »