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Journal EntryStrength training for children and teens
Resistance training has become popular among children and teens. When performed in a safe, structured environment, this type of exercise can be very beneficial for improving their health and athletic performance.
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Journal EntryNoise pollution and hearing loss
Helicopter propellers, jet engines, explosions, moving vehicles, gunfire, and more—all sources of noise pollution that troops may experience in the line of duty—can affect your hearing.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-sdfileGet moving to help manage PTSD
Research has found that those with PTSD are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease; for some, exercise might be a great addition to other types of treatment.
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Journal Entry Troff documentSuspension training: Put some suspense in your workout
Suspension training is a popular way to get a good workout wherever you are with very little equipment, using just your body weight for resistance.
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Journal EntryGot (chocolate) milk?
It’s important to replenish your body after working out. Chocolate milk provides essential nutrients and is inexpensive, easy to find, and tasty.
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Journal EntryNo gym? No problem!
Try these 25 strength exercises anytime, anywhere. No equipment or gym necessary!
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Journal Entry Troff documentAdd some water to your workout
Try changing up your exercise routine; give your body a break with a challenging pool workout.
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Journal Entry30-second breaks help your body!
Taking 30-second breaks is a great way to ease the physical strain of sitting in front of a computer.
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Journal EntryWhat’s your cholesterol score?
Learn how to keep your cholesterol numbers in check and lower your risk of heart attack and stroke.
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Journal EntryPFT/PRT prep—Part 1: Aerobic conditioning
The PFT/PRT is designed to test your cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. In this three-part series, HPRC takes a closer look at each component, offers tips on training optimization, and suggests how to prevent common training-related injuries.
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