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Kristoffer Javier and Jesse Realubit University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing STAYING HEALTHY
What is exercise?
Cooking: Exercise or not?
Cleaning: Exercise or not?
Playing Instruments: Exercise or not?
Exercise ‘Exercise’ is: - Aerobic - Strength - Chest and Stomach (core)
Aerobic exercise FAST HEART RATE WITH EXERCISE The two types of “Aerobic”: Easy Aerobic Hard Aerobic
Aerobic - Easy BREATHING and FAST HEART RATE Brisk walking, bike riding, dancing Good for heart
Aerobic - Hard - FASTER BREATHING and FAST HEART RATE. - Jogging, Swimming, Running uphill - Good for heart and muscles
Aerobic Tae Bo
STRONG MUSCLES At least 2 days a week Work all muscles!
Chest and Stomach (core) - Good for heart and body
Chest and Stomach (core) Yoga Pilates Sit ups Crunches
Exercise Helps Diabetes Helps Heart Problems
What to wear? Light, not heavy comfortable If outdoors, wear light color
What to wear? Comfortable shoes for walking/running Comfortable socks
Where to Exercise ANYWHERE!
HAND HEART SHOULDER ARM
Front Raise Exercise Good for: Shoulders, Hands, and Heart
Bicep Curls Exercise Good for: Arms, and Hands
Chair Squat Exercise Good for: Thighs and Buttocks
Knee Flexion Excercise Good for: Thighs and Buttocks
Side Leg Raise Exercise Good for: Thighs and Buttocks
Calf Lifts Exercise Good for: Calves
Stairs! No Elevators or Escalators!
Stair Exercises Walk Up and Down Good for Heart and Legs
Stair Exercises Run up the stairs Good for the Heart and Legs
Summary Healthy exercise includes: – Aerobic – Strengthening – Chest and stomach (core) Exercise is good for heart, body strength, and blood flow Exercises can be done at home: bicep curls, chair squats, knee flexion, side leg raise, calf lifts, stairs
November 2009 Power point by Kristoffer Javier and Jesse Realubit University of Illinois at Chicago Nursing Students The collaboration between UIC College of Nursing and Heartland Alliance Refugee Health Programs was made possible with funding from the Office of Refugee Resettlement, Department of Health and Human Services provided to the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Illinois Department of Human Services.