Ten Thoughts From Reading Through This Issue

Ten Thoughts From Reading Through This Issue THOUGHTS FROM READING THROUGH TEN THIS ISSUE 1. Give Your Clients an Outdoor Exercise 6. Shoulder Girdle Stability – Soooo Prescription: It is Fun, Refreshing, and Important. Associate Editor Peter Ronai, Good for Their Health! We are all aware M.S., FACSM, covers the correct technique for that exercise is our most powerful medication, performing “The Prone Shoulder I Exercise” in and it’s even better when taken in the Great this issue’s Do It Right column — an important Outdoors. This issue’s Health & Fitness from A to Z column, written by exercise in promoting shoulder girdle stability. Along with informative Andrew W. Bailey, Ph.D.; Garner Cox, B.S.; and Gary Liguori, Ph.D., pictures in the article, video demonstrations are available for viewing on FACSM, provides some thought-provoking information on outdoor the Journal’s Web site. recreation. Be sure to read, “Exercising in The Outdoors: A Win-Win 7. All-or-none Thinking: Puts Your For Communities and Individuals.” Clients at Risk for Relapse. Associate 2. Periodically, We Should Pause, Editor Janet Buckworth, Ph.D., FACSM, shares Reflect, and Celebrate! In many of our some important insights you can use to help your communities, slipping just under the radar of clients prevent undoing their newly adopted notoriety are health and fitness programs that positive health habits. Be sure to read Dr. Buckworth’s Enhancing Your have had significant positive impacts on the Behavioral Toolkit column. Hopefully, you won’t see yourself in her people they serve. Dixie Stanforth, Ph.D., FACSM and Kelsey examples as I did! Graham, M.Ed., CHES, share three of these stories in their feature 8. “Exercise Deficit Disorder”:It’sTime to article, “Celebrate Success!” I am sure you will enjoy reading these Stand Up to Reality! Our Medical Report column, extraordinary stories and will learn from them as I have. penned by Gregory Walker, M.D.; Andrea 3. Have a Story to Share? Our feature article Stracciolini, M.D.; Avery Faigenbaum, Ed.D., “Celebrate Success!” is a kickoff for a new FACSM; and Greg Myer, Ph.D., FACSM, shares column that will appear in every other issue of some provocative thoughts regarding our the Journal. Managed by authors Dixie disease-centric health care system and its minimal Stanforth, Ph.D., FACSM and Kelsey Graham, long-term health impact on our sedentary youth. M.Ed., CHES, the column will focus on sharing success stories from around We are at a point of urgency that requires collaboration for early the world that all of us can learn from. Allow us to celebrate with you by identification and effective treatment of physical inactivity. Be sure to sending your story for consideration to HFJournal@acsm.org. Writing read “Physical Inactivity in Youth: Can Exercise Deficit Disorder Alter instructions appear at the end of the feature article, "Celebrate Success!" the Way We View Preventative Care?” 4. He Who Coaches Himself May Have a Fool 9. Let’sCollaborate: Perhaps one of the keys for An Athlete! With spring upon us, many people are to combating Exercise Deficit Disorder in beginning to prepare for running races. With a few children and youth is for health and fitness exceptions, coaching one’s self can lead to poor professionals and our schools to collaborate on performance and injury, for too often, we are not rational strategies that stimulate students to exercise and with ourselves (at least I’m not!). Janet Hamilton, M.A. adopt lifelong physical activity. Kristi M. King, Ph.D., CHES and and Paul Sorace, M.S., FACSM provide some excellent Daniela Terson de Paleville, Ph.D., share a few thoughts in their Clinical and practical training tips for your clients in their feature article, “Time to Applications column, “Partnering with Schools to Implement Physical Step It Up? Training for a Half-Marathon Personal Record.” Activity Interventions.” 5. The Elusive Good Night of Sleep: It’s 10. Get the Skinny on Your Skin!! Read this issue’s Take Ten my Puppy’sFault! Well, at least for the column elegantly written by James A. Peterson, Ph.D., FACSM; I know moment as we raise our new Norwegian you will enjoy it! Elkhound; however, chronic insomnia may be an issue of poor sleep hygiene as well. Be sure to read “Behavioral Strategies, Including Exercise, for Addressing Insomnia,” penned by Rachel Markwald, Ph.D.; Imran Iftikhar, M.D.; Brad A. Roy, Ph.D., FACSM, Editor-in-Chief and Shawn D. Youngstedt, Ph.D. They share some great information Kalispell Regional Medical Center that you can pass along to your clients. broy@krmc.org Volume 22 | Number 2 www.acsm-healthfitness.org 1 Copyright © 2018 American College of Sports Medicine. Unauthorized reproduction of this article is prohibited. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal Wolters Kluwer Health

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THOUGHTS FROM READING THROUGH TEN THIS ISSUE 1. Give Your Clients an Outdoor Exercise 6. Shoulder Girdle Stability – Soooo Prescription: It is Fun, Refreshing, and Important. Associate Editor Peter Ronai, Good for Their Health! We are all aware M.S., FACSM, covers the correct technique for that exercise is our most powerful medication, performing “The Prone Shoulder I Exercise” in and it’s even better when taken in the Great this issue’s Do It Right column — an important Outdoors. This issue’s Health & Fitness from A to Z column, written by exercise in promoting shoulder girdle stability. Along with informative Andrew W. Bailey, Ph.D.; Garner Cox, B.S.; and Gary Liguori, Ph.D., pictures in the article, video demonstrations are available for viewing on FACSM, provides some thought-provoking information on outdoor the Journal’s Web site. recreation. Be sure to read, “Exercising in The Outdoors: A Win-Win 7. All-or-none Thinking: Puts Your For Communities and Individuals.” Clients at Risk for Relapse. Associate 2. Periodically, We Should Pause, Editor Janet Buckworth, Ph.D., FACSM, shares Reflect, and Celebrate! In many of our some important insights you can use to help your communities, slipping just under the radar of clients prevent undoing their newly adopted notoriety are health and fitness programs that positive health habits. Be sure to read Dr. Buckworth’s Enhancing Your have had significant positive impacts on the Behavioral Toolkit column. Hopefully, you won’t see yourself in her people they serve. Dixie Stanforth, Ph.D., FACSM and Kelsey examples as I did! Graham, M.Ed., CHES, share three of these stories in their feature 8. “Exercise Deficit Disorder”:It’sTime to article, “Celebrate Success!” I am sure you will enjoy reading these Stand Up to Reality! Our Medical Report column, extraordinary stories and will learn from them as I have. penned by Gregory Walker, M.D.; Andrea 3. Have a Story to Share? Our feature article Stracciolini, M.D.; Avery Faigenbaum, Ed.D., “Celebrate Success!” is a kickoff for a new FACSM; and Greg Myer, Ph.D., FACSM, shares column that will appear in every other issue of some provocative thoughts regarding our the Journal. Managed by authors Dixie disease-centric health care system and its minimal Stanforth, Ph.D., FACSM and Kelsey Graham, long-term health impact on our sedentary youth. M.Ed., CHES, the column will focus on sharing success stories from around We are at a point of urgency that requires collaboration for early the world that all of us can learn from. Allow us to celebrate with you by identification and effective treatment of physical inactivity. Be sure to sending your story for consideration to HFJournal@acsm.org. Writing read “Physical Inactivity in Youth: Can Exercise Deficit Disorder Alter instructions appear at the end of the feature article, "Celebrate Success!" the Way We View Preventative Care?” 4. He Who Coaches Himself May Have a Fool 9. Let’sCollaborate: Perhaps one of the keys for An Athlete! With spring upon us, many people are to combating Exercise Deficit Disorder in beginning to prepare for running races. With a few children and youth is for health and fitness exceptions, coaching one’s self can lead to poor professionals and our schools to collaborate on performance and injury, for too often, we are not rational strategies that stimulate students to exercise and with ourselves (at least I’m not!). Janet Hamilton, M.A. adopt lifelong physical activity. Kristi M. King, Ph.D., CHES and and Paul Sorace, M.S., FACSM provide some excellent Daniela Terson de Paleville, Ph.D., share a few thoughts in their Clinical and practical training tips for your clients in their feature article, “Time to Applications column, “Partnering with Schools to Implement Physical Step It Up? Training for a Half-Marathon Personal Record.” Activity Interventions.” 5. The Elusive Good Night of Sleep: It’s 10. Get the Skinny on Your Skin!! Read this issue’s Take Ten my Puppy’sFault! Well, at least for the column elegantly written by James A. Peterson, Ph.D., FACSM; I know moment as we raise our new Norwegian you will enjoy it! Elkhound; however, chronic insomnia may be an issue of poor sleep hygiene as well. Be sure to read “Behavioral Strategies, Including Exercise, for Addressing Insomnia,” penned by Rachel Markwald, Ph.D.; Imran Iftikhar, M.D.; Brad A. Roy, Ph.D., FACSM, Editor-in-Chief and Shawn D. Youngstedt, Ph.D. They share some great information Kalispell Regional Medical Center that you can pass along to your clients. broy@krmc.org Volume 22 | Number 2 www.acsm-healthfitness.org 1 Copyright © 2018 American College of Sports Medicine. Unauthorized reproduction of this article is prohibited.

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