Body • Mind • Spirit

Encouragement for Improving Health from the Uniontown Area YMCA

Drink for survival……

by Gina Shell Drinking is a necessity for survival. When running in warm weather, you sweat. You also sweat in cold weather, especially if you are overdressed for the run. Regardless of the weather, too much sweating can and will cause dehydration. Your body...

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Training Intensity

by Pam George ACE CPT How much intensity do you really need to achieve a training effect? Intensity: The quality or state of being, extreme degree of strength, force, energy, or feeling (Merriam-Webster) Do you judge a workout or and instructor by how brutally hard...

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by Gina Shell You can more easily relax when you eliminate outside distractions. This condition is true for any sport. Why do you think NFL teams stay in a hotel before a game (even a home game)? They stay in a hotel to try to stay as far away as possible from...

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Can You Spot Reduce?

by Pam George We all have that one area we just are not happy with. The stomach is a big one, followed by the the hips and thighs, and the chest or arms. These areas usually drive you to request the advice of a trainer. Most people want to fix the area that seems to...

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On a Roll

by Pam George Rolling with a foam roller is one of the best techniques to relieve discomfort and pain in muscle and connective tissue. Many people start to experience discomfort in their body from injury, overuse, repetitive movement, and aging. Rolling with a foam...

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