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This week in our Asthma SuperStars series, we got to sit down with swim legend Gary Hall, Sr. to talk about why so many asthmatic kids thrive in the water, his experience working with swimmers with asthma, what parents should think about when they send their children to camp for the first time, and his advice for parents and kids who may be starting an exercise program.
Gary Hall, Sr. has held 10 world records, was named World Swimmer of the Year twice, and as Captain of the Indiana University swim team, led it to its 6th straight NCAA championship. He still holds the distinction of being the only swimmer chosen to carry the flag for the United States at the Olympic Opening ceremonies.
After earning his medical degree and practicing as an ophthalmologist for many years, Gary Hall, Sr., Gary has since retired as a physician to coach and lead The Race Club in Florida, a renowned swimming club known for training Olympic Games swimmers with its swimming training program that is focused on specific swimming techniques, located in Islamorada, Florida.
For educational purposes only. Nothing in Asthma SuperStars should be considered medical advice or a medical opinion. For medical advice, please consult your physician.
In this week's Asthma House Calls, we sat down to talk with Dr. Stan Galant on what is asthma, what causes asthma, why breastfeeding can be important to your child if asthma runs in your family, the importance of exercise and the great work he is doing with the CHOC Breathmobile and the Air Power Games.
Dr. Galant is with Children's Hospital of Orange County. He is also a clinical professor of pediatrics at UC Irvine. Besides being board certified in pediatrics, pediatric allergy, and allergy and immunology, Dr. Galant is also medical director of the CHOC Children's Breathemobile, its mobile asthma treatment van.
For educational purposes only. Nothing in Asthma House Calls should be considered medical advice or a medical opinion. For medical advice, please consult your physician.
Let's welcome Ted Holloway
He was inspired to write the book 'The 4-Minute Workout after receiving so much feedback from his own personal training clients, friends, and neighbors in my community and network that I have come across. They have been trying to attain their best bodies and optimal fitness by purchasing and following celebrity workouts. He wanted to let people , people like you : working long hours, crazy life schedule . childrend in evening activvities, working a second job, attending church Bible Study, cleaning that was put off on the weekend. too tired to drive to the gym where you are paying a membership, fed up with not being able to focus on yourself... people
HIs goal is to provide a way that you can easily incorporate a 'workout' into the shortest amount of time that would really challenge you, improve your fitness and help you understand that just little changes can have significant impact on your overall health and wellness and ultimate, how you feel about yourself.
What Is The Best Cardio Workout For Burning Off Fat?
For quite a while it has been accepted that low-intensity cardio was the best for burning fat. According to studies this method burned the calories primarily from fat. This has recently been disproved, as a new and exciting way to perform cardio has arisen.
The best cardio for burning off that stubborn fat will have you in the gym shorter than you'd expect. This cardio is called HIIT-High Intensity Interval Training. The concept is pretty simple.
You transition from low-moderate intensity intervals to very high intensity intervals. If you judge by the readout on the given exercise machine, you might assume that going at a low intensity for 30-45 minutes would burn more calories than 15 minutes OR LESS utilizing HIIT. This is not true, however, as many of the calories you burn come after you leave the gym (When performing HIIT).
15 minutes may seem to good to be true to lose weight, but it is not. However, you must keep in mind this is no walk in the park. This is very demanding, but extremely rewarding and time-saving. HIIT will support your metabolism so that you are burning calories later in the day. You will burn fat if calories out exceed calories in, and you will expend more calories by choosing HIIT.
HIIT can be performed on many different exercise machines, as well as outside or on the track. In all situations, make sure to warm up for about 3-5 minutes. Once you are ready to go, you will begin your intervals.
LivingWithAsthma.net continues our feature Asthma SuperStars by sitting down to talk to former professional baseball player and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State University about his asthma journey as a professional athlete, managing asthma and athletics and his advice to parents who may be packing their children off to camp for the first time.
Xan Barksdale is a former professional baseball player with the Atlanta Braves organization</a>and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State Unversity. In addition, Xan works with young people and high school students at baseball camps. Xan also has chronic asthma.
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Random Talk is a product of a long standing friendship; now coming up on 15 years; Carol and I came up with this brilliant idea. Recently on our weekly walks; we decided, why not give people a look into our great discussions and weekly rants?
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Dr. Mark A. Snow, Chiropractic Physician and Author of the book, "Sick World, A Story Of Modern Day Slavery" discusses various health topics such as diet, nutrition, exercise, safety, mental health, vaccinations, neurofeedback therapy, etc. There is quite a bit of controversy on topics such as diet, nutrition, and especially vaccinations. Dr. Snow will present up to date research on these topics in each program as well as his personal clinical experiences.
The last time I interviewed Tangie, we got a chance to touch on some amazing aspects of being a woman. Today, we're going back to the core of what healthy truly means and how to get there, why you should get there. Today promises to be an amazing show filled with inspiration you cannot afford to miss.
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