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⚡️Week 37 candidates for Consensus Debate.⚡️
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Safety / Ways to stay safer in large crowds.
« Last post by droyal01 about a week ago »
Ways to stay safer in large crowds

These ideas can help you and the family become more likely to find safety in numbers.

There may be safety in numbers, but attending busy sporting events, concerts, and other large gatherings is not without risks. Protect yourself, your family, and your money when in a packed crowd. Here's how:

Prevent injuryMake sure you know where the exits are.Consider leaving if the crowd seems to be getting out of control.Don't wear loose clothing or accessories that could become tangled or pulled.Wear closed-toe shoes and keep the laces tied to prevent tripping.Avoid standing on or near structures that could collapse.Walk around crowds rather than pushing through them.Leave early or late to avoid the rush when the event is over.If you're caught in a moving crowd, walk sideways or diagonally across it to work your way out.Avoid illnessMake sure your vaccinations are up-to-date.Keep your hands away from your face.Wash your hands often, especially before and after eating or using the restroom.Avoid sitting or standing near individuals who appear sick.Deter pickpocketsTry to carry only your identification, cash, and one credit card.Carry important items in your front pockets.Wrap a rubber band around your wallet so it's more difficult to remove from your pocket.Choose a purse with zipper, button, or clasp closures, and a strap that hangs across your body.Stick togetherKeep a diligent eye on your children.Dress your group alike or in bright-colored, unique clothing.Before leaving the house, take a photo of your child with a camera or phone. If you become separated, you will have an up-to-date photo of your child and what he or she is wearing to give to officials.Pick a place to rendezvous with your group if you become separated.Remind younger children to avoid strangers, and help them identify police officers or officials to go to when lost.Place your phone number in your child's pocket in case you're separated.Keep your phone charged and on. Program it to vibrate as well as ring.


Health / 5 Best exercises to improve heart health
« Last post by droyal01 about a week ago »


5 Best exercises to improve heart health

You donít need to be a hardcore athlete to boost your heart health. Moderate exercisecan significantly reduce your risk of heart disease and other chronic illnesses as well as improve your endurance, strength and flexibility. Any amount and type of physical activity is beneficial for your overall health, but read on for the amount of exercise and the top five exercises that will best benefit your heart.

How much exercise do you need for heart health?

Experts recommend doing some form of moderate aerobic activity for at least 150 minutes or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity each week. You can spread the minutes out in any manner that works for your schedule. For example, you can take a 22-minute walk each day (moderate) or run 15 minutes five times per week (vigorous). The key is scheduling some form of moderate to vigorous cardiovascular activity into your week and actually doing it.

5 Best exercises to improve heart health

Aerobic or cardiovascular exercise is any form of activity that increases your respiratory and heart rate, essentially challenging your heart to work harder and become stronger. Cardiovascular fitnesswill improve the way your body uses oxygen. As your heart becomes stronger, you will find that you arenít winded walking up the stairs, you can perform physical activity longer, and your resting heart rate will be lower, meaning your heart is more efficient at pumping blood through your body. Though any aerobic exercise is good for your heart, these five physical activities are top-notch for heart health.

1. Brisk walking

The human body was born to walk. Whether you rack up the miles on a treadmill or hit the road, brisk walking is a natural way to improve your fitness. Wear supportive, comfortable walking shoes, strap on your iPod and get moving. Though a leisure stroll is better than sitting on your couch, push yourself to walk at a fast pace to achieve a moderate intensity level.

2. Running

Though more challenging than walking, running is another heart-healthy physical activity that the human body is ready-made to do (barring physical limitations or injuries). In addition, it is one of the best ways to burn calories (a 150-pound person can burn 100 calories per mile), a bonus if you are also trying to lose weight to reduce your risk of heart disease. If you are a beginner to running, start out with a brisk walk and add 1 to 2 minutes of running every 5 minutes of walking. As you get more fit, you can increase the minutes you run until you donít need to walk in between.

3. Swimming

The pool may be a great place to float lazily along, but that water can also be a full body fitness challenge. Swimming laps or even participating in water fitness classes will not only raise your heart rate and improve your heart health, the water provides multi-directional resistance that will improve your muscular strength and tone. Swimming is a safe alternative if you have joint problems that walking or running can aggravate.

4. Cycling

Another cardiovascular activity that is easy on the joints, cycling is a low-impact exercise that you can do solo in the gym, in a spin class, or outside on the road or trails. Make efficient use of your cycling time and bike to work or to do your errands. Even better, join a cycling club and enjoy the camraderie. While your heart is pumping youíll also be building strength and toning your lower body as well as your core muscles, if you take your bike off-road.

5. Interval or circuit training

If doing a solid stint of aerobic exercise bores you tears, mix up your cardio. For example, for every 3 minutes of cardio, do 1 strength training exercise or a high-intensity burst of cardio for 1 minute. Another option is to choose 5 to 10 strength training exercises and perform 1 set of each, doing lower weight and higher repetitions while moving quickly from one exercise to the next to keep your heart rate up. This type of training will not only keep you motivated to exercise, it will improve your muscular strength, endurance and heart health.

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