Hybrid Workouts Mash Up Aerobic And Strength Training In New Challenge – los Angeles Times

After that, we donned the gloves and began hammering the bag with increasingly complex combinations of punches. Left-right. Left-right-hook. Left-right-hook-kick. Soon, lithe 5-foot-1 women and hulking 6-foot-5 men alike were pounding the heavy bag with six- and seven-punch combinations that would have seemed incomprehensible minutes before.
Source: http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-hybrid-workouts-aerobic-strength-training-20140621-story.html

The World’s First Biometric Webcam Fitness App Unveils FitnetTM for iPhone – University Chronicle

BROMIE. Have you ever wanted to walk a tightrope but thought, I dont think Id be able to keep my foot on a tightrope wire? Enter the slackline. Its a flat nylon cord about two inches wide.
Source: http://www.thefrisky.com/2014-06-26/3-aerial-workouts-that-are-really-truly-undeniably-fun/

College Athlete Deaths in Workouts Spur New Guidelines – MedicineNet

We hope extended availability and customization of workouts by style and training levels helps users stay motivated to reach their personal fitness goals, says Fitnet trainer Jennifer Miller. Fortunately, users have live feedback from myself and other Fitnet trainers to keep them on-track, and now, they can stick us in their pockets and take us wherever they go, giving them the flexibility to workout anywhere, any time. Fitnet helps clients achieve fitness goals through yoga, cardio, and strength workouts customized by level and preference. Users receive live feedback from the trainers, and workouts will adjust based on past performance. Summers goal with Fitnet is to eliminate the excuse of missing a workout by providing users with the same workout experience as an in-person training session.
Source: http://www.ssuchronicle.com/2014/06/30/the-worlds-first-biometric-webcam-fitness-app-unveils-fitnettm-for-iphone/

3 Aerial Workouts That Are Really, Truly, Undeniably Fun

An emergency action plan must be developed and tested. Coaches and staff must be prepared to provide first aid as soon as an athlete http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11222047.htm shows signs of distress. Coaches and staff must be aware of athletes’ medical conditions. Health and safety concerns for student athletes must be managed during strength and conditioning workouts. A working partnership should be established with recognized professional organizations, including athletic, coaching, sports medicine and strength and conditioning organizations.
Source: http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=159759

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