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Category Archives: Health and Fitness
Lately my 8-month old little one, Josie, has been coming home after the pool with a rash on her body. I suspect it is a chemical-related burn. I asked our veteran Head Lifeguard at the JCC about this issue and … Continue reading
It’s usually a big deal for someone who is not used to water workouts to attend to a water aerobic class. For some reason (and yes, many of them are valid), it takes a lot of effort to get the … Continue reading
I don’t like resolutions. But I do follow goals. If you’re anything like me, you feel there is a lot you should be doing every day, week, month and year. After much practice on chasing goals — more accurately too … Continue reading
I read perhaps the best book I’ve ever encountered on beating procrastination. I love the humor, practical suggestions and quick results I received from Stever Robbins’ “9 Steps to Work Less and Do More.” Here is a link to his … Continue reading
This is a guest post from Jessica Costello, a writer with the outreach team at Gym Source. She is also a personal trainer, working mainly with new moms looking to get fit after having a baby. Enjoy! Variety is the … Continue reading
The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and American Heart Association (AHA) came up with recommended exercise guidelines in 2007 along with tips for meeting these cardio and strength-training physical activities. They break it down by age. For children and … Continue reading
When it comes to water workouts, I’ve lately been writing about exercise procrastination or other forms of challenging conflicts that can hold you back from achieving your health and fitness goals. On a personal note, various conflicts have taken over … Continue reading
One of my favorite financial websites, The Simple Dollar, had a great post just the other day regarding a review of a get-it-done book titled “9 Steps to Work Less and Do More.” One of my founding mantras or goals … Continue reading
This entry is part of a Squidkid series on swimming basics. The below provides information about lap swimming and is applicable to any ability, age, pool and state: You can learn to swim laps at any age. Assuming the student … Continue reading
This entry is part of a Squidkid series on swimming basics. The information below about water aerobics and water exercise is applicable to any ability, age, pool and state: Have basic water safety skills. Be able to swim out of … Continue reading