Bicycling to work, walking to lunch, using stairs, and stretching are great daily exercises. Exercising in a group or team provides motivation. Success can be attained by breaking fitness goals into small attainable pieces. View Video.
The benefits of regular physical activity from a young age are highlighted in this energetic and informative program. Viewers will hear from Australian Olympic rower Kim Crow and other athletes as they discuss the physical, mental, and social results of fitness and exercise...View Video.
Children and adolescents should do at least 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity each day. These exercises should include cardio-respiratory (aerobic), muscle-strengthening, and bone-strengthening activities as well as flexibility exercises... View Video.
Over centuries, thinkers researched the self, developing logic and epistemology and examining knowledge. Yoga means to unite oneself with the higher self, and join the subject with the object. It strips away sensory perceptions binding us to the material world. View Video.
Students are split into groups and asked to develop a project about nutrition and apply it to their lives. Team 3 meets and asks questions about nutrition. Selecting healthy food choices means more energy and self confidence. View Video.
When diabetes forced Yvonne to take her health seriously, she enlisted the help of a registered dietician and started exercising. By looking at Yvonne and others, this program details how the right foods combined with an adequate amount of exercise can help you avoid certain diseases and cope with existing medical conditions... View Video.