A Word About Exercise: YES

There is little controversy regarding the importance of exercise to children and adults with cystic fibrosis.  In the twenty years since Nixon et al showed that higher levels of aerobic fitness was associated with a significantly lower risk of dying[1] numerous...

Chest Opening Stretches

Have you noticed those long, white, cylindrical foam things in your gym, and not known what to do with them?  One thing you can do is quite painful, but good for you, and will be the topic of a future video.  Today, I’ll show you a couple of lovely stretches to...

More for the Core

How did those Superman/Bananas go?  Harder than it looks, no? Today, I have another fun way to work the back using a stability ball, and also introduce the wheelbarrow as a great way to help your child develop both core and shoulder strength.  Over time, you can add...

Fun Abdominal Exercises For Kids

I hate sit ups.  I don’t know anyone who likes them, in fact.  Why should we ask our kids to do what we hate? The good news is that sit ups and crunches aren’t necessary evils.  It is quite possible to develop very strong abdominal and other...
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