Do you remember playing sports as a kid?
Even if you didn’t play for a school team, you probably played hopscotch or kickball, rode your bike, shot some hoops, swam in a lake, and the list could go on and on.
Kids used to be more active. Unfortunately, now it is estimated that 33% of kids born in the year 2000 or later will suffer with an obesity-related health problem like diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, osteoarthritis, or even cancer.
It is recommended that kids ages 6-17 years old participate in 60 minutes of play every day. Unfortunately, up to 43% of kids today do not meet this recommendation.
Kids who participate in high school sports are:
Are you among the millions of Americans who have high aspirations for how you’ll spend the extra time during your post-retirement years? Whether you plan to travel the world, pick up fly fishing, spend more time woodworking or sign up for a golf league, your physical fitness level will be a factor.
A 2010 study suggests that the fitness declines we typically attribute to advancing age are largely caused by living sedentary lifestyles—which are on the rise due to the prominence of desk jobs in the workplace and activity-limiting personal technologies including smart phones and voice-activated remote controls in the home. Still, this runs contrary to the widely held belief that any declines in our physical abilities are caused solely by biological aging. Do we really have control over how active we’ll be in our “golden years”?
In a word, absolutely. The study—which examined 900,000 running times of marathon and half-marathon...
Huh? What is Fit Factor?
It’s a FREE survey created by The Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association that helps you learn how your physical health compares.
Knowing your Fit Factor score will help you understand the areas of health you are successful in and the areas of health that need a little improvement.
Plus, you can receive immediate helpful tips to make improvements right away!
Just click the survey link below to get started – it’s that simple. You can create an account or sign in as a guest.
To Your Best Health,
If you have questions, comments, or concerns about your Fit Factor Score, please don’t hesitate to request a FREE telephone consultation with Dr. Jeanette to learn how to improve your score, and more importantly, your overall health.
80% of Americans will experience back pain at least once in their lifetime. If you are living with back pain, then you might also feel pain in your butt and down your leg – also known as sciatica. Back pain can limit your ability to sit, stand, walk, and sleep. It can be so painful that you stop doing the things you love to do.
But what if you didn’t have to live with back pain?
Can you picture it?
Could you be:
Without the achy soreness of back pain, you could be sitting at a picnic table laughing with your family or friends, riding your bike, playing with your dog at the Dog Park, hiking or walking the trails, running the bases on the softball field, or chasing your kids on the playground at this 360-acre park.
If your back pain or sciatica wasn’t limiting how far you could walk or how long you could sit in one spot, you...
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