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The Relentless School Nurse: Embracing “Exercise Snacks” For a Healthier You!

Relentless School Nurse

When you hear “exercise snacks,” you might think of a protein bar or a piece of fruit. In 2023, consider incorporating these short bursts of activity into your daily routine to help achieve the recommended 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise per week.

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IB Sports, exercise and health science, I salute you!

The Everlearner

A new course will be first taught in August 2024 and first assessed in summer 2026 , replacing the existing IB Sport, exercise and health science course that was first assessed at SL in 2014 and HL in 2018. The International Baccalaureate Standard Level (SL) and Higher Level (HL) are changing.

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Exercising in the cold

The PE Hub

Whilst a lot of us will be keeping our lessons indoors over the coming days, sometimes exercising in the cold is simply unavoidable. If you get too sweaty when exercising in freezing temperatures then you are at far greater risk of dehydration and hypothermia.

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Interplay Between Exercise and Gut Health: How to Improve Exercise with a Happy Gut

The Sporting

How to use exercise to build a happy, healthy gut We are constantly told that to improve our endurance we need to: lift more weight, work out more or have a healthy diet. Gut microbiota and exercise are interconnected, according to recent studies. Gut microbiota and exercise are interconnected, according to recent studies.

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Mindful Movement: Best Exercises to Elevate Your Mental Health

The Sporting

Mind-Body Connection: The 10 Best Exercises for a Happier, Healthier You Ways to improve the mind-body connection through exercise and help improve mental resilience and relieve anxiety. Studies show that exercise of around 45 minutes two to five days a week can significantly improve mental health and physical fitness.

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FiT Work #7 - Exercise & Asthma (2022)

Mr. Suarez's Physical Education

FiT Work #7- Exercise & Asthma Due: FRIDAY [01/28/22] Asthma is a chronic (long-term) lung disease that inflames and narrows the airways. Studies show that exercise can actually help people who suffer from asthma, otherwise called asthmatics. Remember: Asthma is NOT a reason to avoid exercise!

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Get Out of Your Armchair Video Promotes the Benefits of Exercise

Physical Education Update

Here’s a funny video about the benefits of exercise and the disadvantages of inactivity. It’s estimated that low levels of exercise are currently responsible for six of the seven leading risk factors for disease in Europe. tags]physical education,inactivity,exercise,obesity> [/tags]. Physical Education Update.

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