Cardiovascular Exercise Program My cardiovascular exercise program consists of very high vigorous activity. This program is called Insanity. These videos consist of one hour of extreme exercise to build cardio and kill fat. The program consists of three to four minute intervals of intense activity at the highest capacity possible. I had to do this six days a week for sixty days. The types of exercise in these videos are plyometrics, running, and resistance training. After the first month it only got harder with the workouts extending to one hour and a half and the rest time depleting from one minute between intervals to thirty seconds. I was extremely surprised by the results I was having I went from a resting heart rate of over eighty-five to where I am now sixty-nine beats per minute. When I started this exercise program my intentions were purely exterior I just wanted to look good but after a few weeks I found myself falling in love with exercise and the way it made me feel. I was not only looking better but I was getting faster and feeling so much healthier. I was able to do things I wasn’t able to before and do the things I could do more efficiently. The health benefits were beginning to out way the reason I began it all. The weirdest part of it was that the more I exercised the more I found myself wanted different types of food which were mainly healthy foods. This exercise program took me from two hundred and eighty five pounds to two hundred and thirty pounds…
Name – warm water waves exercise program
Who organises the program – Arthritis Victoria
Describe the program – enables people to exercise people in warm water and reduces weight on joints, warm temperature helps to relieve stiffness and pain, trained volunteer leaders.
Outcomes – Gradually improves joint mobility, muscle strength, general fitness
Name – national healthy bones week – Dairy Corporation
Who organises the program – Dairy Australia
Describe the program – Raises awareness of the…
University of Phoenix
Have you ever wondered what cardiovascular disease? I’m going to tell you about the 4 cardiovascular diseases there are. There is heart attacks, congestive heart failure, strokes and intermittent claudication. I’m going to tell you the causes, symptoms, management and prevention of cardiovascular disease. By the end of this I’m hoping to be able help you know how to prevent these diseases or if you already have a cardiovascular…
Clinical Assignment: Cardiovascular Risk Factors
The American Heart Association has identified several risk factors that greater your chance of developing coronary heart disease and heart attack. Major risk factors are those that research has shown significantly increase the risk of heart and blood vessel (cardiovascular) disease. Risk factors are divided up into modifiable and non-modifiable as outlined below.
Module Exercise #1:
A disability management program often involves eight key elements;
1. Management- Labour commitment and supportive policies
This element deals with the impact the disability will have on the employee’s families and work as well as the organization as a whole. Programs are in place and are promoting development of supportive policies and services to help keep the employees at work and complying with the correct legislation (due diligence).
The company must commit the correct…
The History of Aerobics
Aerobics is a form of physical exercise to get the heart beat pumping and oxygen flowing
the body. The term “aerobics” originated in 1875 when a doctor was describing how certain
bacteria needs oxygen to survive. The idea of aerobic exercise was constructed in the mind of
Dr.Kenneth H. Cooper, who was an air force instructor from San Antonio Texas. Aerobics is a
series of exercises done to prevent coronary artery sickness. From the idea of Dr. Cooper that…
Cardiovascular endurance is the body’s ability to deliver oxygen to muscles while they are working. A good way of training cardiovascular endurance is continuous (long) training. The specific method that is great for cardiovascular endurance is suicide runs. This involves using the full size of a football pitch; you start from the goal line and run to each line of the football pitch. Firstly you run to the 6 yard box and back then the 18 yard box and back then the half way line and back and you…
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An Article Critique of "Clinical Psychology and Cardiovascular Disease: An Up-to-Date Clinical Practice Review for Assessment and Treatment of Anxiety and Depression”
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE 2
Dying from a broken heart—is it just an overused melodramatic aphorism, or could there be some medical truth in the old adage? Most, if not all, doctors and nurses will tell you that such a thing…
Cardiovascular Physiology: How Fit is Your Heart?
Cardiac Output is the volume of blood in mL pumped per minute by each ventricle of the heart. You can find cardiac output by taking the amount of blood pumped from a ventricle in a single heartbeat (also known as stoke volume) times how many times the heart beats per minute (heart rate). With that being said, cardiac output is affected by exercise by making the heartbeat faster and pumping more blood out with every beat. Cardiac output is generally…
Apart from looking at singular actions in rugby, one very vital component is cardiovascular fitness, to be able to survive the full 80 minutes without wilting or resting.
My goals are S.M.A.R.T…
Specific = Sport, Rugby. HRE components; Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, Cardiovascular Fitness
Measurable = Strength in shoulders – weight on shoulder press
Strength in triceps – weight on kickbacks and chest press
Cardiovascular Fitness – score on bleep test
Strength in Quadriceps – weight on leg press…
will be reviewing the different effects of exercise on the body system including the acute and long term using the pre-exercise, exercise and post-exercise physiological data which I collected based on interval and continuous training method. I will also be including the advantages and disadvantages of these, also the participants’ strengths and areas where they can improve on.
- Effect of exercise on the musculoskeletal system
As Andre began to exercise, this had an effect on he’s bones; this…