Parkour & Freerunning-Training & Conditioning-Tips & Exercises

November 15, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

Hard work at the park. As you see, I couldn’t do everything I had planned but, that workout was good enough 🙂 You see what I was doing, so challenge your self. Set goals, and get out there 🙂 Thanks for watching 🙂 I should have more soon 😀 Take care, and God Bless. Parkour Freerunning Workouts Sprinting Beautiful Day Fall Summer Spring 2011 2012 Fit Muscles Conditioning Running Exercises Training Tricks Help Tips Tutorial Extreme “Physical Exercise” Fitness Strength Gym “Physical Fitness” “Body Post” Upper Body Parkour Freerunning Workouts-Exercises Conditioning Training Running Fitness Strength “Physical Strength” Press fit healthier stronger Train hard Powerlifting Bench pk static climbing motion movement jumping conditioning performance athletics strength upper body core push ups chin-ups workout cardio Aerobics aerobic exercise fitness training fit workout workouts Weight Loss Muscle Physical Exercise Body Bodybuilding Health Aerobic Exercise Personal Lose Muscles Healthy Gym Trainer Exercises

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Health Fitness Tips * Waterfall Video !! * Exercises to Lose Weight Quickly

February 10, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

Exercise Fitness Workouts * Celebrity Fitness Exercises * Physical Fitness * Healthy Weight Loss Tips * Come and Adventure Outdoors with me… * One of the many fitness adventure movies that I love to make for you… this is true functional fitness for the body, mind and soul! =) Come and see the beautiful water fall, my friends…in this video I visit a beautiful and real, outdoor waterfall !! Imagine that, right?! So go on and get outdoors and get your butt movin’ too! That’s right — I’m talking to you! So get on up and get out the door right now, you hear? Your life depends on it! And that’s a good thing… I love the healthy you…. Peace, Dan =) .

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It’s September: know your autumn allergens

September 2, 2010 by  

Autumn is almost here. And although we mainly associate hay fever with springtime, autumn or fall is actually the season for hay fever, when grass and grains are cut to be turned into straw and hay. Aside from grass pollens, autumn (and also winter) months are peak season for molds (a type of fungus), another major cause of hay fever. According to emedicine:

Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley recently published report that babies born during the autumn months which is the high mold season have the a higher likelihood to developing wheezing as early as age 2.

According to lead author Kim Harley, associate director of health effects research at UC Berkeley’s Center for Children’s Environmental Health Research:

“In our study, we took a different tack to understand the link between month of birth and asthma by considering ambient concentrations of fungal spores and pollen, which follow distinct seasonal patterns. Until our paper, there were very little data about exposure to allergens in the air, which we know can trigger symptoms for those who already have asthma. This is the first study to look at the potential role of early life exposure to multiple outdoor fungal and pollen groups in the development of asthma.”

The study results were based on data from 514 children born in Salinas Valley, California, a region with mild, rainy winters and dry summers. In this area, mold spore levels peak in November and December, whereas pollen levels peak in the early spring months of March and April.

When comparing babies born in the autumn and winter months compared to those born at other times of the year, the researchers found these babies have 3 times the likelihood of wheezing 24 months after birth.

But it is not only the mildew at home that is releasing spores to cause wheezing. The mushrooms are part of it, too. The researchers found 2 types of fungal spores which are especially bothersome at this time of the year – basidiospores and ascospores – which are released by mushrooms, molds, and rusts on plants.

However, the researchers are quick to say that there are other factors involved, including genetics in the development of wheezing, which is a precursor to asthma.

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