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Deconstructing a Healthy Lifestyle and How to Achieve One!

Deconstructing a Healthy Lifestyle and How to Achieve One! | Exercise and Health Education: Perrotta, L. | Scoop.it
There was a time where I was eating unhealthy for a while and couldn’t remember the last time I stepped foot in he gym or went for a jog.

 

I kept telling myself “oh, this cupcake won’t hurt; it’s just one cupcake and I’ll burn it off at the gym tomorrow”. Does this sound familiar?  The problem was that tomorrow never came and I got stuck in this cycle of telling myself that everything was going to be ok.

 

But it’s not OK – not when you know that what you are doing is wrong, and is the complete opposite of what you know you should be doing.

 


Read more at http://under30ceo.com/deconstructing-healthy-lifestyle-achieve-one/#yZ3FfWWjTSigrpef.99


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Game On: Picking Sports for ADHD Children

Game On: Picking Sports for ADHD Children | Exercise and Health Education: Perrotta, L. | Scoop.it
For children with attention deficit, not all sports are created equal. Here, find ideas for the best sports and activities for ADHD children and learn how to determine if a team or individual sport is best for your kid.

 

And the Winning Sports Are

The following common childhood sports are based on opportunities for distraction, level of physical contact, frustration factor, complexity of rules/strategies, and use of gross motor skills.

Gold Medal 
-- Swimming/Diving 
-- Martial Arts 
-- Tennis 
-- Gymnastics 
-- Wrestling 

Silver Medal
-- Soccer (Goalie position not recommended)
-- Fencing 
-- Horseback Riding 
-- Track Events 

Bronze Medal (recommended only with substantial modification) 
-- Baseball 

Losers (not recommended) 
-- Football 


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MOTIVATION -SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

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6 Reasons Why Exercise Makes You Happy

6 Reasons Why Exercise Makes You Happy | Exercise and Health Education: Perrotta, L. | Scoop.it
Sure, you know exercise is good for you. It keeps your weight in check, makes you stronger, and keeps you feeling youthful and staying active into old age.

 

But did you know that exercise can also make you a happier person? It's true.

 

When you work out and stay active on a regular basis, it's not just a coincidence that you feel less stressed out, less anxious, and generally happier.


Here are 6 reasons why exercise makes you happy:


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Steve Kingsley's curator insight, September 9, 2013 11:36 AM

Regular exercise does lower my stress level. The emphasis is on REGULAR.

Donovan Baldwin's comment, September 9, 2013 6:32 PM
I have been exercising regularly since 1971 and completely agree with the points covered in this article.
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Exercise for Kids - Get Kids Active


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Motivation: Get into the “Flow” with Music in Sport and Exercise - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology

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Deconstructing a Healthy Lifestyle and How to Achieve One!

Deconstructing a Healthy Lifestyle and How to Achieve One! | Exercise and Health Education: Perrotta, L. | Scoop.it
There was a time where I was eating unhealthy for a while and couldn’t remember the last time I stepped foot in he gym or went for a jog.

 

I kept telling myself “oh, this cupcake won’t hurt; it’s just one cupcake and I’ll burn it off at the gym tomorrow”. Does this sound familiar?  The problem was that tomorrow never came and I got stuck in this cycle of telling myself that everything was going to be ok.

 

But it’s not OK – not when you know that what you are doing is wrong, and is the complete opposite of what you know you should be doing.

 


Read more at http://under30ceo.com/deconstructing-healthy-lifestyle-achieve-one/#yZ3FfWWjTSigrpef.99


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