Most people I know use their “busy schedules” as the main excuse for not being physically active. It’s no wonder why most of them think that way; for years, organizations like the American Heart Association have recommended that people have at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week.
After Reading Ryan Halverson's article in IDEA's fitness Journal: I thought I would write my take on the article as well.It has been shown that children who are relatively sedentary and are opposed to physical activities whether it due to being psychological or physical in nature the use of Active Video Games (AVG’s) may help these children who are apprehensive to become more active.
I've been meaning to blog about activity tracker for some time now. I have had three different trackers, and I have enjoyed all three for different reasons. Here are the three I have used and what I liked about each one:Nike Fuelband
My new favorite app to help with healthy eating is Fooducate. It is a great way to see if the foods you are buying at the store really "meet the grade" when it comes to healthy eating. With this app, you can scan the bar code on the foods you want to buy. The app then gives the food a "grade". Just like the grades you received in school an "A+" is the best. So, when I am shopping, I may scan an item to see if it meets the grade. If it doesn't, the app will suggest other similar items that may have a better rating.