Fit for Life
- Low-impact, high-value exercise. Koszuta, L.E. // Current Health 2;Mar1989, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p26
Discusses low-impact aerobic exercise. Aerobics; High-impact exercise; Advice. INSET: Working out a workout plan..
- An aerobic walkout. Koszuta, L.E. // Current Health 2;May89, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p20
Discusses aerobic walking as a form of exercise. Benefits; Mental-stress reliever. INSET: Target heart rate..
- Staying in step with bench aerobics. Rumpf, E.A. // Current Health 2;Dec91, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p14
Explains how to do bench aerobics, also called step aerobics or step training. Benefits of aerobic exercise; Low-impact aerobics; How aerobics instructor and bodybuilder Gin Miller developed bench aerobics; Why step aerobics are good exercise; Stretching exercises; Where to get more information.
- A fitness promise. // Current Health 1;Sep92, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p10
Discusses the importance of aerobic fitness and exercise. Alarming statistics on the fitness of American young people, compiled by the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports; List of aerobic sports and other activities.
- The dos of aerobic exercise. // Executive Health's Good Health Report;Mar1998, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p6
Presents a few suggestions to help one start an aerobic exercise program on the right foot. Proper footwear; Warm-up exercises; Post-aerobic cool-down rhythmic limbering exercises; Estimated target heart rates for different age categories.
- Aerobic exercise definitions. // Executive Health's Good Health Report;Mar1998, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p7
Presents a glossary of terms used in aerobic exercise. Final cool-down; Training heart rate range; Shinsplints; Side stitch.
- Exercise and how you feel. Boutcher, S.H.; McAuley, E.; Courneya, K.S. // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Jun1998, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p230
Presents a summary of a study which appeared in the journal, `Australian Journal of Psychology,' by S.H. Boutcher, E. McAuley and K.S. Courney entitled, `Positive and Negative Affective Response of Trained and Untrained Subjects During and After Aerobic Exercise,' which assessed trained and...
- Highly intense exercise. // Swim Magazine;Jul/Aug95, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p11
Presents a technique which involves breaking up regular aerobic exercises with a few minutes of high-intensity work called intermittent training. Results of study comparing continuous low-intensity workout to an intermittent workout of equal length.
- Is aerobics dead? Eller, Daryn // Women's Sports & Fitness;Jan/Feb96, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p19
Speculates about the apparent demise of aerobic exercises. Boredom as primary reason for the decline of aerobics' popularity; Changes in an average gymgoer's needs since aerobics reached its peak in mid- to late 1980s; Popularity of sports training; Benefits of group fitness; Performance of...
- Aerobic dance classes. // Women's Sports & Fitness;Dec84, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p24
As many as 18 million Americans are rocking out in exercise-to-music classes . You need to be a smart shopper to find a class that has rhythm and no blues. This issue is called the special aerobics issue, with Cindy March on the cover.