Monday, October 25, 2010

Stay in shape and stay healthy

The human body just like most cars often break down and need to be tuned up from time to time. If we could eat to maintain the body healthy all will be well, but unfortunately nature’s natural resources are not sufficient to keep the body in shape. There are electronic devices such as TENS Units, Muscle Stimulators that can be used to reduce pain and to quickly re-habilitate the muscles.

There are circumstances that after a person is injured they may have to go through therapy and use additional equipments such as the LG TEC Dual Combo TENS Unit and Muscle Stimulator to rehabilitate their muscles to be able to walk or move their arms again. People that may have suffered from a mild struck sometimes loose their ability to use some their legs or arms for a while. In other cases, if someone were to be in a wheel chair for long time, they practically loose their ability to walk for a long time.

These equipments are recommended not only for those that need to rehabilitate themselves, but those that make in living as trainers, in professional sports will find these medical equipments handy for themselves for their clients. You may Visit LGMedSupply Online to find out what equipments they have available. You may get additional information on them from their online customer blog.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Biggest Loser Offers Hope To The Overweight Population

Thanks for the post from Rashad Townsend

I anxiously await Tuesday nights to watch "The Biggest Loser" on satellite tv from Watching the contestants fight their demons and battle the scale, not to mention each other, is great television. While the monetary incentive of $250,000 to the winner is nice, it's really not the ultimate goal. The ultimate goal is to lose the weight that's been impossible to lose at home. It's always sad to see someone sent home early in the show, because they fell below the yellow line in the weight loss competition, but the last five minutes of the show tells the true story of how well they did once they got home. Seeing the before and after pictures and video are what I wait for each week.

The main characters each season are Bob and Jillian, the tough trainers who walk the contestants through life on the ranch. They show them the correct ways to exercise and the best foods to eat. They also get into their heads and help the contestants realize why they became overweight in the first place. Through the trainers, you realize that weight loss is a matter of eating the right foods, buckling down to the right exercise habits and getting your mind straight. Maybe one day I too will be able to make the transformations much like the ones we see on the television.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Kickboxing League Champ

Guest post written by Danny Sellman

Staying active has always been important to me. It was important to me when I was 16, and it couldn’t be more important to me now that I’m 62.

I probably keep fit in a way unique to others my age, though. I’ve always enjoyed boxing as long as I can remember—it’s always been my exercise of choice. I even went to nationals in college! I definitely did not want to give that up as I got older, so I co-founded the senior kickboxing league at my local fitness club with a buddy of mine. We don’t do the combat part, but we definitely exercise using jabs and kicks with the bags the club has. The league gives us a reason to stay active.

While I like I’m in top physical shape for my age, there are several other things I need to work on to get the rest of my body in line. I’m going for a new eyeglass prescription, and I think I’m also going to check out to see about getting some hearing aids. Just one step closer to my college body!