Keeping Fit

Strength Conditioning for Cycling

Like any repetitive movement activity, cycling stresses some muscles more than other muscles, which may lead to overuse injuries. In "Strength Conditioning for Cycling" Wayne Westcott, Ph.D. offers a detailed, comprehensive program of resistance...

Bicycling At Its Best

Running and bicycling are complementary exercises that enable you to cross-train for better cardiovascular benefit and lower risk of overuse injuries. While running emphasizes the rear thigh and calf muscles, bicycling emphasizes the front thigh...

What About Water Aerobics?

Aerobics refers to activities that require sustained periods of large muscle movement such as walking, running, cycling, stepping, swimming, rowing or dancing. In "What About Water Aerobics?" Wayne L. Westcott, Ph.D. introduces us to newer additions...

Using Lawn and Garden Tools Safely

Lawn and gardening activities are always more effective, efficient and enjoyable when you are in good physical condition. In "Using Lawn and Garden Tools Safely" Wayne Westcott, Ph.D. not only gives basic conditioning tips, but details specific...

Park Season

Sixty minutes of exploring different walking trails in your local state park is a delightful alternative to a 30 minutes jog around the track. In "Park Season" Wayne Westcott, Ph.D. describes how a fast walk up and down the undulating trails...

Getting In Shape For Golf

Golf is a most challenging activity due to the complexity and intricacy of the game. However, you may not be aware that the golf swing is one of the most difficult and demanding physical skills in the sports world. In "Getting In Shape For Golf"...

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