Fitness sessions for kids to combat lazy lifestyles
But three times a week, theyre breaking a sweat with Florida State University doctoral students Ashley Artese and Brandon Grubbs, and residents of the Westminster Oaks Retirement Community. Artese and Grubbs designed the exercise program under the direction of Associate Professor of Exercise Science Lynn Panton and Associate Professor of Nursing Karla Schmitt as part of a study to look at whether exercising with dogs can lead to better health outcomes. Between each exercise, we try to leave a little bit of time so people can pet the dogs and talk to the handlers, said Artese, a first-year doctoral student in exercise science. Volunteers for the study at Westminster Oaks were split into two groups of seven.
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“Sports activities is the part that’s missing in early childhood education. We’ve everything else in there,” Mr McLoughlin said. “The earlier we can get kids involved with sport the better, and my role is to sow those seeds.” Country Kindy owner Fiona Zwart said the sessions were important for children’s development and keeping kids healthy. “We portray ourselves as this active, adventurous country, but sometimes our children get forgotten about as adults’ lives and days get busier than ever before.” Popular adult fitness programmes are also being adopted for children, with the fitness craze Crossfit the latest to be adapted to suit kids. Palmerston North fitness specialists Crossfit Mana, a gym which runs sessions for adults based on the components of cardio, gymnastics and weightlifting, has recreated a series of classes geared for children called Crossfit Tamariki.
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The first, and most costly, is a kiosk in a room where aerobics training is done. The kiosk allows users to train with a virtual instructor. They can log into the kiosk and choose from 44 types of training. An instructor then appears on a large screen on a wall to lead the training.
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Kevin Lynch: (VP, Technology): Kevin Lynch is directing the software engineering group for wearable products. The former Adobe Chief Technology Officer manages a large team of former iPod and iOS software engineers. Lynch has vast experience in software design, engineering, and management, making him a seasoned http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm leader likely capable of guiding the software for future Apple devices. It is highly likely that he is working closely with Apples iOS engineering team (led by Craig Federighi) and interface design teams (led by Greg Christie and Jony Ive).
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