Posts Tagged 'safety'

5 Challenges to Maintaining Regular Exercise Regimen

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Do you have a hard time maintaining a regular exercise schedule? Most people do. If staying motivated to hit the gym was easy, there wouldn’t be so many people giving up on their fitness resolutions in mid-February, and gyms would stay packed year round. You might see very fit people and wonder how they do it. Is it willpower? Innate athleticism? Of course, it varies. The journey to physical fitness is different for everyone, and you might be surprised to learn that the people you envy had a tough road to get where they are. Staying on track can be a challenge, but these 5 barriers to regular exercise CAN be overcome. Let’s take a look.

Posted by Sarah Daren Jun 19, 2017 Posted in Obesity 1 Comment

Wheelchair Flags for Safety

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According to Jeanice Cardens, people who use motorized wheelchairs would stop getting hit by automobiles if they became more noticeable to drivers. 

Posted by Melissa Apr 11, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized 4 Comments

What about Pedestrians? Fall Prevention During the Winter

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The Center for Disease Control and multiple other studies show that more than a third of older adults fall each year.[i] Research also shows that between 10 to 20 falls cause injuries such as fractures and head traumas[ii].

Posted by Kerry Feb 16, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Stretching Safely: A Personal Perspective

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I would like to begin this blog by saying that I believe everyone can exercise, but exercise must be done in a safe manner to avoid injury.  The best way to do this is to listen to your body and if you feel that something is wrong, whether something is hurting or just does not  feel right, just back out of the exercise.

Posted by Ryan Nov 25, 2010 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments