FROM WALKING TO RUNNING

FROM WALKING TO RUNNING
Easy Steps for Clients to Become Runners in a Matter of Weeks
Walking is the most popular physical activity among Ameri­cans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Pre­vention. It’s also the easiest exercise to begin and maintain long-term.
For many, walking is a lifelong form of exercise, but for others, walking may become boring and physically unchalleng­ing. Transitioning from walking to running can provide a more interesting and intense exercise program.

FROM WALKING TO RUNNING  Easy Steps for Clients to Become Runners in a Matter of Weeks  Walking is the most popular physical activity among Ameri­cans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Pre­vention. It’s also the easiest exercise to begin and maintain long-term.  For many, walking is a lifelong form of exercise, but for others, walking may become boring and physically unchalleng­ing. Transitioning from walking to running can provide a more interesting and intense exercise program.

One Foot Strike at a Time
Fitness magazines and websites frequently

THE CANCER, DIABETES, AND HEART DISEASE LINK



THE CANCER, DIABETES, AND HEART DISEASE LINK
Research shows these diseases are interrelated as well as the strategies to prevent and manage them.
It’s common knowledge that clients and patients with type 2 diabetes have a higher risk of developing cardiovascular dis­ease (CVD). But did you know that heart disease can be associ­ated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and that diabetes can raise the risk of various cancers?
Research has shown there are interrelationships among type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. These interrelation­ships may seem coincidental and based only on the fact these conditions share common risk factors. However, research sug­gests these diseases may relate to one another in multiple ways and that nutrition and lifestyle strategies used to prevent and manage these diseases overlap considerably.

THE CANCER, DIABETES, AND HEART DISEASE LINK Research shows these diseases are interrelated as well as the strategies to prevent and manage them.  It’s common knowledge that clients and patients with type 2 diabetes have a higher risk of developing cardiovascular dis­ease (CVD). But did you know that heart disease can be associ­ated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and that diabetes can raise the risk of various cancers?  Research has shown there are interrelationships among type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. These interrelation­ships may seem coincidental and based only on the fact these conditions share common risk factors. However, research sug­gests these diseases may relate to one another in multiple ways and that nutrition and lifestyle strategies used to prevent and manage these diseases overlap considerably.

This continuing education activity will evaluate the current research showing how cancer, type 2 diabetes, and CVD inter­relate with one another, and examine how nutrition and physi­cal activity recommendations