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    very good exercise . And I want to prove them wrong because dance isn't just as good exercise but it also can better than other exercise in many ways and this paper will show why it is good to exercise and why dance can be better or as good exercise as other exercise. Also different kinds of exercise can impact different parts of the body and it is good to find a balance so someone can be fit in there whole body not just one part, however Also it is good to find the right kind of exercise for each

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    Exercise is a crucial part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. An active lifestyle can reduce risks for heart disease, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. What most people are unaware of however, is that in order to keep up with an active lifestyle and feel the benefits, they must put good nutrients into their body. Macronutrients play a key role in physical activity. “They make up the largest part of the food we eat and supply us the energy for everyday life and physical activity” (Page 376).

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    Exercise Plan Exercise

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    After feasting on the December holiday goodies, many people vow to start exercising in the new year. Exercise can reduce your risk of health conditions, helps control your weight, boost your energy level, and improves your mood. (See References 1) Instead of impulsively jumping into a workout routine, arm yourself with a feasible, enjoyable, proven and accessible exercise plan, which according to the American College of Sports Medicine, is most likely to trigger long-term adherence. (See References

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    Exercise Essay

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    The Necessity of Exercise Exercise not only changes the body. It changes an individual’s mind, attitude and mood. Exercise is necessary for a person’s health. Exercise is a physical activity that is done to become stronger and healthier. Doing exercise will help make daily tasks easier to do. There are countless effects exercise has on the body. Most all of these effects are beneficial. There are a lot of things going on in the body when exercising. When working out for a while the body

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    Exercise Prescription

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    injuries: Previous lower back injuries ·     Medications that may influence heart rate: None ·     Risk of cardiovascular or orthopedic injury: None ·     Individual preferences for exercise: Jogging, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, resistance ball, free weights, yoga ·     Individual dislikes for exercise: Stationary bike, treadmill, some weight machines ·     Individual program objectives and goals: 1)     Maintain health 2)     Increase core strength 3)     Increase lean body mass

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    Exercise in a Bottle

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    Exercise in a Bottle Imagine that it is a Friday night and you are up having a little midnight snack and watching some television. Feeling guilty for eating at such a late hour, you begin to flip through the stations when something catches your eye. It is an infomercial, and usually you just flip right through these, but for odd some reason you decide to watch this one. How could you possibly resist not watching? The commercial begins by showing gorgeous blondes in bikinis, and buff studs in

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    The Belbin Exercise

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    The Belbin Exercise Introduction During term 1 of our module I took part in 2 exercises and a Belbin test. During the 2 exercises and test I learned many skills and new ideas that will aid me in the future. Report The first element of group work that we did was the Belbin exercise. This was to ascertain you’re most effective ‘group role’. From the results we were arranged into groups which contained a mixture of roles. My role was company worker. I neither agreed nor disagreed with the result

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    In today’s world filled with technology, distractions, and easy-to-access transportation, it may be difficult to see why exercise is necessary. However, staying fit and healthy is a way to live longer, build confidence, and become motivated; by seeing the potential benefits, a person can propel themselves to continuously live an energy-filled and rewarding life. People can feel the benefits of exercising the day they start, and with continuous effort, can feel the advantages for the rest of their

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    Stretching Exercise

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    Stephanie Perez Chapter 5 Assignment Describe the different types of stretching exercises used to increase flexibility, including the advantages and disadvantages of each. I found six different types of stretching exercises. The first one is Ballistic stretching, this type of stretching uses the momentum of a moving body or a limb in an attempt to force it beyond its normal range of motion. (types of stretching) one of the disadvantages of this type of stretching would be that it does not

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    Human development has drastically changed within the exercise and fitness industry since the 1940’s. This industry is now one of the largest, most studied, and sought out aspects of human life. Many people depend on exercise to sustain their health and change their bodies both physically and mentally. Specifically, many look to change their body composition, meaning how much muscular lean tissue and fat they have (Zanker, Cathy, and Louise). In many circumstances, such changes to one’s body are heavily

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