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“Flow is the experience... completely immersed in an activity for its own sake, stretching body and mind...in a voluntary effort to accomplish something difficult and worthwhile”(Csikszentmihalyi 1997). California State University, San Bernardino Class of 2005 · San Bernardino, California ■ American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Gold Standard of Health and Fitness Certifications Concetration HFS (Health and Fitness Specialist) ■ Kinesiology B.S. with a concentration in Exercise Physiology. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
studio7west has written 45 posts for studio7west

Get “Real” about your Health

Alcohol & Sedatives will ruin your workout plans. They will also ruin everyone else’s workout. Alcohol & Sedatives not only ruin exercise plans they destroy the lives of friends, family and acquaintances. You will always fail in fitness because of substance abuse and addictive behavior; if it isn’t your personal problem it is someone else’s. … Continue reading

Watch “Michal-Love It / Episode 1 – Israeli Breakfast” on YouTube

Michal-Love It / Episode 1 – Israeli Breakfast: https://youtu.be/Z0drnEih2s4

Self Care Daily Activities

Hygiene Nutrition Education Social Behavior Physical Activity

Fitness Fanatics

Independent Training

Check it out solo before you make a long term commitment. Ask to speak to the manager if you are serious about your workout goals. Workout partners are great inspiration, but often two people with the same fitness goals have different schedules.

Butter Kiss

Safe & Fun Outdoor Activities

Bird Watching Public Parks Golfing Walking on a Sidewalk Riding a Bike

Fitness Fallout

Don’t bomb your workout!! Try to plan your daily workout schedule so that it accommodates all of the people in your life. They matter too! Your workout is not the most important thing on this planet. Determine what your priorities & goals are for your progam. Take Care

Changes in Fitness

For substantial health benefits, adults should do at least 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes) a week of moderate-intensity, or 75 minutes (1 hour and 15 minutes) a week of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity, or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity aerobic activity.

Focus Balanced Fitness

Focus on your own Fitness Goals Set Personal Achievement Guidelines for yourself!! Know your Limits & Believe in yourself!! You can be successful at your workout!!

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