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My Parkinson’s Story: Exercise

My Parkinson’s Story: Exercise

– I’VE PLAYED ON A LOT OF SOFTBALL TEAMS, AND I HUNT AND FISH, AND I KIND OF GAVE ALL THAT UP. – HE WAS ALWAYS A REALLY QUICK, ACTIVE PERSON. AND AFTER HE GOT PARKINSON’S, IT KIND OF SLOWED THINGS DOWN. – PROBABLY THE BIGGEST THING WAS I TENDED TO JUST DRAW BACK. – IT’S LIKE AGING BEFORE YOUR TIME, YOU KNOW? AND YOUR MIND WANTS TO DO THINGS THAT YOUR BODY WON’T LET YOU. – HE HAD A…

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Effects of Exercise on the Brain, Animation

Effects of Exercise on the Brain, Animation

apart from body fitness physical exercise also has beneficial effects on the brain a regular routine of aerobic exercise can improve memory thinking skills moods and have protective effects against aging injuries and neurodegenerative disorders it is noteworthy that these effects are specific to aerobic exercise the kind of exercise that accelerates heart rate and respiratory rate such as running cycling swimming non aerobic activities such as stretching or muscle building do not have the same effect the effects appear…

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Bent Over Barbell Row – Back Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Bent Over Barbell Row – Back Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Start by gripping a barbell with the palms of your hands facing down. Bend your knees slightly and bring your torso forward. While keeping your back straight, bend at the waist until it’s almost parallel to the floor. Keep your head up, as well. The barbell should hang directly in front of you, as your arms will be hanging perpendicular to the floor and your torso. This is your starting position. Now, while keeping your torso stationary, breathe out and…

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Resistance Band Glute Exercises: Crab Walk [Ep49]

Resistance Band Glute Exercises: Crab Walk [Ep49]

In this video, I’m going to show you one of my favourite resistance band exercises to target your glutes, those butt muscles. In a previous video I showed you a resistance band glute drill you can use in a bridge position to teach your body how to engage glute max and glute med. As a progression from that exercise, today I want to show you one of my favourite exercises to build strength in the glute muscles in a more…

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TEDxOrlando – Wendy Suzuki – Exercise and the Brain

TEDxOrlando – Wendy Suzuki – Exercise and the Brain

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven How exciting to be here. What I’m going to try and do today is add to the amazing lineup of speakers today by bringing the brain into our discussion of the creative spark. And I want to do that by telling you about some of the newest research that I’ve been doing in my neuroscience research lab at New York University, asking the question: Can aerobic exercise, that is can going to…

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How to Work Out Properly : Single-Leg Dead Lift Exercise

How to Work Out Properly : Single-Leg Dead Lift Exercise

Hi I’m Amy McCauley and I’m going to demonstrate how to do a single leg dead lift. A single leg dead lift has a little bit more of an advanced move so if you have just started you are going to start with just a basic dead lift. A basic dead lift is shoulders down the spine, chest open. You are going to try about five pound weights and you are just going to hinge forward at the hips, keep…

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Yoga For When You’re Sore (with special guest)

Yoga For When You’re Sore (with special guest)

Hey, everyone welcome to “Yoga With Adriene.” I’m Adriene and today we have a quick sequence for when you’re feeling sore. So this isn’t a big yoga practice that targets every major muscle group. This is just a little dedee that I think would be great if you’re like 24 or 48 hours after your run, or workout or maybe you went into a high yoga class, or maybe you went to a zumba class, or you did something that…

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