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Darebee: Workout Posters for Any Exercise

Darebee: Workout Posters for Any Exercise | technologies |
Free no-equipment visual workouts for all fitness levels.
John Dalziel's insight:
It is helpful to have a visual reminder of personal workout routines. 
It’s one of the reasons why individuals watch workout videos or follow along with TV instructors to get into shape. 
But, to be fair, video isn’t for everyone. 
Darebee lets users put on their headphones and pump away, while simple posters guide their exercise. 
The Darebee site is full of workout posters that can be printed on standard A4 sheets, or on a larger A3 sheet as well. 
Users can choose from a variety of workouts, including some fun ones inspired by popular culture, like “the Batman workout” or “the Hunger Games workout”. 
At the time of posting this, there were 619 workouts in the database which can be filtered in a number of ways, such as... 
■ by type 
 ● strength/tone 
 ● cardio/high burn 
 ● HIIT/interval training 
 ● combat 
 ● stretching 
 ● yoga 
■ by focus 
 ● full body 
 ● upper body 
 ● lower body 
 ● abs 
■ by equipment 
 ● none 
 ● dumbbells 
 ● bar 
■ by difficulty 
 ● light 
 ● easy 
 ● normal 
 ● hard 
 ● advanced 
...and more.
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Sworkit | technologies |

Sworkit takes all the work of planning a circuit training workout away. It randomly generates a workout for users.



-set the total workout time from five up to 60 minutes.

- choose the type of workout they require e.g. upper body, lower body, core strength, stretching and even some yoga sequences.

-once choosen Sworkit starts a timer with the exercises changing every 30 seconds.  


If users dont like any exercise, they can click the skip button to move on.


NOTE: 1: users can always visit the mobile version at

2: the JiTTs (Just in Time Tutorials) accessed via the Exercises Tab are a must for Sworkit users.

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10 Resources to Get Children Moving!

Resources for practitioners working with children.


As Move It Week and National Childhood Obesity Week takes place in 2012, from 2nd to 8th July, these ideas and resources are ideal to encourage children to get moving!


They could be used as part of Family Learning sessions, Physical Education lessons, or as sports activities at various events. Visit to find out more.


Websites include...

- The MEND site 

- BBC Class Clips 

- Kids Exercise 

- NHS’s Change for Life 

- PE Primary 

- Your School Games 

- Youtube 

- Teaching Ideas 

- Playground Fun 

- imovesdance 

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The Most Common Running Injuries and How to Avoid Them

The Most Common Running Injuries and How to Avoid Them | technologies |
Are you a runner? Yes. Have you been injured? Probably.


Learn about the most common running injuries and how to help stop them in their tracks (or trails).


Most injuries are caused by overuse — applying repeated force over a prolonged period of time. Sudden changes in training volume, whether a newbie or a vet, can also do some damage.


This resource covers 12 of the most common ailments that plague those who hit the pavement, along with a few ways to stop the pain.

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