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The Frog Jump by Tara Posted Sat 21 May 2011 7:00am Did you play Frogger when you were a kid? That video game where you have to jump a little frog across traffic, then across a stream of floating logs? I played it almost as much as I played Tetris and Paperboy, which I happily kill hours playing even to this day. (Yes, we have an 8-bit Nintendo game system that still works. Only after you blow on ... Read on »
Vertical Frog Jumps by Suzanne B Posted Mon 31 Dec 2012 1:01am Want to work on those legs? We are used to the the regular squats and lunges I always talk about. So how about we try something a little different? I was skimming through Fitness magazine and saw this move that I thought was great for the legs and butt. It incorporates both a squat and a jump. Start in a standing position and then squa ... Read on »
Feats of Strength: Frog Jumps by Kristen Posted Tue 14 Aug 2012 10:08pm http://www.followingfit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/1252575383459-1jt7ha8tgtvsw-500-90-500-70-190x82.jpg First let’s talk about push ups. I counted all the upper body work I did since last Wednesday, which was my chest & arm workout.  I took a rest day on Thursday, then did all of this: FRIDAY: back & … read more Read on »
Jump on the BlogFrog! by Jennifer Nordin Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 12 Sep 2009 10:58pm I just installed the BlogFrog social widget on my sidebar this week. This will feature you as a recent visitor on Oils For Wellness, so sign up now to get noticed and help keep our blogs ahoppin' ! Thanks, Jen Read on »
The Real Frog Prince... by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 12 Jan 2010 6:44am Posted by a facebook friend, Laura... A group of frogs were hopping contentedly through the woods, going about their froggy business, when two of them fell into a deep pit. All of the other frogs gathered around the pit to see what could be done to help their companions. When they saw how deep the pit was, the rest of the dismayed group ag ... Read on »
Don't be the FROG! by DrTouchinsky Posted Tue 16 Feb 2010 7:49pm Have you ever read the fable about the boiled frog? There are many variations, but it goes something like this; a frog jumped into a witch’s cauldron that had just been placed above a fire pit fire. This was no accident as the witch had planned to make some frog soup and placed the cool refreshing water where the frog could easily jump in. Once t ... Read on »
Frog Update by Kim O. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:56pm We are back from Frog’s first Neurology appointment. They were not able to give us any new insights, but the Neurologist confirmed what we have suspected all along. Frog is part of that rare (or not so rare, but often undiscovered) subset of ASD where receptive language, social awareness, and the desire to connect with others is fully intact, b ... Read on »
Jump Jump by Heidi Posted Wed 08 Jun 2011 1:43pm To say I didn’t want to go to the gym this morning would be an understatement.  Having grown up in the high desert of Nevada I don’t think Ill ever be able to get used to this humidity—it was HOT HOT HOT last night and the minute I fell asleep the sound of construction woke me back up.  Living right in the city has it’s definite perks, but cons ... Read on »
Body Weight Cardio Works… by Angie Schumacher Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 11:38am So I said I would post what I am doing for this little challenge I have going on. So far meals have been cleaned up about 80%. I know I can do better and I MUST do better if I want to achieve my goal! My biggest thing is having my meals prepared ahead of time. With my busy schedule, I need to be able to just grab food out of the fridg ... Read on »
The Relationship Between Gum Health & Systemic Health by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm By Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN A research team at a prestigious university hospital was conducting an experiment: how does a bullfrog react to a handclap? They set the frog on a table and clapped their hands. The frog jumped. Then they severed the frog’s right front leg. Again, the handclap; again, the frog jumped. They cut off the left fron ... Read on »