Archive for March, 2013

How should I structure a fitness program for a 9 year old male?

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

How would I go about structuring and implementing a fitness program for a 9 year old male who has never undergone any serious physical training before? I understand that you should not use weights due to the risk of stunting growth and that you should provide a nutritious diet with a balance of protein and carbs. What I want to know is what exercises and how many reps, sets and circuits should I apply to increase muscle growth and density and how much cardio should be required to improve stamina? I have never done this before and so if you can give as detailed a reply as possible that would be helpful.

You really need to start where he is at. That is, check out his fitness levels. Children normally do lots of running around, climbing, kicking ball, throwing stones, cycling, swimming etc. Start off with these and see how well and far he can swim, run, play ball, etc. Even working on improving his abilities to swim, and his stamina for cycling, playing ball, walking, running, etc, will help. If he can walk 1 mile or run or cycle 1 mile already, then work on extending the distance, or shortening the time for these.
A child of 9 years of age could be expected to help with household chores that might involve a bit of weightlifting, such as leaving out rubbish, bringing in wood or coal, etc, making the bed, which involves lifting the mattress. You could see what he can do in those areas and build on them. I would not be so worried about stunting growth as hurting his back. If you want to improve his fitness, then there is no need for heavy weights (these could hurt his joints). You could introduce a few weights using a filled water bottle in each hand but why not use his own body weight for things like press ups, squats etc. If he is not able to do these (perhaps because of weight or low fitness levels), then get him to do more exercise of the swimming, cycling, walking type. Children that age should be active for at least 90 minutes a day doing these kinds of activities.

Are there provisions in the health care bill that will actually reduce health care costs?

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

Health care now costs 16 percent of our GNP. What will be the effect on this percentage if Obama’s health care bill is passed?

The CBO says it will add to health care costs. They are nonpartisan and have studied the health care plan. That is why it will hopefully be defeated.

How to know the health supplement is from Australia or New Zealand?

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

There so many online health supplement shops supplying very cheap health supplement.
How to know whether they are genuine ones?

To know the health supplement is from Australia or New Zealand. mention at the supplement or you can simply check where this available you can find that source .

Why do you think nutrition is important to health overall? Can you tell me the relationship between nutriti?

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

Why do you think nutrition is important to health overall? Can you tell me the relationship between nutrition and disease. Please give me two examples of good nutrition.

Human body needs nutrients to be supplied every day in order to build the cells and organs. The digestive system changes its lining once in seven days.

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What exercises should i do to that realeases more HGH to make me taller?

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

So yea, what exercises should i do to that releases more HGH to make me grow taller? Im 15 years old and 170cm so 5 foot 7.

Your GENETICS have already pre-determined what your final height will be.
You cannot re-program genetics.
You cannot MAKE yourself grow taller.
You must learn to have patience – & wait to see what all develops.
You will not finish puberty until at least age 21 – or later.

Exercise is the best way to increase testosterone & growth hormone levels.
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In addition to improving mental and physical health, regular exercise promotes healthy sexual function and helps to improve sexual virility. Aim to exercise at least 4-5 times per week, incorporating moderate cardiovascular exercise in addition to strength training. Regular exercise promotes healthy blood circulation and increases testosterone and growth hormone levels, all of which promote increased sexual virility and sexual function.

How old do I have to be to join Planet Fitness and get the black card membership?

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Okay so i really want to get more in shape and join planet fitness because of the low cost. But im only 16 years old and I already tried calling but one Planet Fitness employee told me that I could only get the white card yet when i called another Planet Fitness location they said I can get the Black card membership even if im 16 years old. So how old do i have to be to get the Black card memebership and do i need the credit card when I go to the Planet Fitness?

The subject Fitness service site is silent as to age requirements concerning membership. It is advisable to contact customer service of the fitness center in your locality.

How does paying higher health insurance premiums and having to help pay the trillion dollar cost of Obamacare?

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Make health care more "affordable"?

Is affordable now code for higher priced?

Health care was cheap till politicians forced decades of rules ,regulation an mandates on it.So governments answer is a 2,300 page bill an ten of thousands new employees an rules.A sad joke if it wasn’t true.

What nutritional supplement should a person take daily for optimum health?

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Nutritional Supplement for a healthy individual.

It depends upon the age & gender of the individual. Check with your doctor, GNC or health food store in your area. It also depends on what life-style the person has, stress level, & activity level. Women of certain ages need calcium supplements, iron or ferrous sulfate.

how to get into holistic nutrition counseling without going through a hokey sounding online school?

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

I have a bachelor’s in nutrition, about 5 years in various human services jobs and an interest in holistic stuff. I want to use my interests and talents in some kind of fun job. I was thinking of doing holistic nutrition counseling but a lot of the schools I find for that seem pretty hokey and aren’t accreditted universities or anything. Any suggestions?

After a little test of typing ‘holistic nutrition counseling’ into google and following a few links that caught my eye I have discovered something- some holistic nutrition counselors that I have found don’t claim to have a special related degree, but seem to be making a living out of it.

-has a BA in education.

-One of the founders doesn’t even claim to have schooling

I would suggest trying to network with a few people who do this sort of thing for a living and maybe even try a retreat or two to make some connections. The more people you contact that actually do this for a living the better chance of finding what works for you. Most sites I have found have contact links and I’d be willing to bet that you’d get a few responses by dropping a quick line to them. I think you maybe further ahead in this pursuit then you might think. Good Luck!