Posts Tagged ‘first aid’

Should I increase my Nordic Track Time or Resistance?

Monday, November 21st, 2011

Dear Expert:

I started exercising on the Nordic track Nov. 4, 1998. I have exercised every day since then. I am now up to 45 minutes. Should I increase more time, or should I make the tension harder? Also, is this enough exercise or should I do something else? I have lost 18.5 pounds and want to lose 20 more. Thanks! (more…)

Fibromyalgia and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Part 2

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Dampness and fatigue are hallmarks of spleen qi deficiency in TCM. The lung and kidney are also involved with the management and transformation of fluids in TCM, so there is often problems in these areas as well. There are frequently complicating factors in the patterns of disharmony involved with fibromyalgia. (more…)

SELF Challenge 2011 35-Minute Walk/Run

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Start walking or jogging at a moderate pace on a flat surface. After a five-minute warm-up, do one of the following drills for one minute, followed by five minutes of walking or jogging, followed by another one-minute drill, and so on. (more…)

Somersault at Adelaide Festival Centre

Friday, October 28th, 2011

International Day for People with Disabilities is coming up on Saturday Dec 3rd, and there are a number of celebrations happening around town. (more…)

The Do’s and Don’ts of Treadmill Maintenance

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Who really thinks about maintenance when they’re shopping for a treadmill? The lure of the machine, the glib voice of the sales pitch and high-tech display tend to draw shoppers away from mundane issues like belts, lubrication, and other maintenance needs. (more…)