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April 17, 1987 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-17

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THE
STADIUM

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Build a better life

Support the Association for Retarded Citizens in its work of
building better lives for millions of children and adults with
mental retardation.

Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens
17288 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48076
(313) 557-7650

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Association for Retarded Citizens

Wishing You
and Yours
A Happy
and Healthy
Passover

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Friday, April 17, 1987

BROKERS PROTECTED

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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babies
born
mentally
retarded
last year
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normal.

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SINGLE

Mental
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(313) 551-1650

When You Give Help
You Give Hope

MICHELLE BEAUPRE

The benefits of an exercise
program are well known.
There is a degree of discipline
involved, exercise can pro-
mote longevity and the car-
diovascular results are
measurably beneficial.
Being committed to an
exercise program requires
time and diligent effort.'
Whether you exercise every
day or three times a week,
that voice from within keeps
sending you back for more. If
done correctly, over a period
of time exercise can promote
longevity.
A practical, well planned
exercise program can allevi-
ate stress which helps reduce
anxiety. The better condition
your heart is in the more
stress you release. Aerobic
activities help control weight.
The way to lose weight is
to burn more calories than
you intake. During aerobic
activity you want to aim to
hit your target heart rate for
20 minutes. If you go over 20
minutes, the workout can be-
come anaerobic, over stres-
sing the heart. A body that is
truly well maintained cannot
help but show its proper
grooming and fine tuning.
As you begin to exercise
you will notice an overall im-
provement in- your attitude.
Exercise produces a
psychological uplift that lasts
from six to 18 hours. As you
into
nto better and better
shape more and more exer-
cise is required to get the
same lift. This positive addic-
tion, can become negative.
Keep in mind while you
are exercising there are some
symptoms of overuse. It is
easy to get addicted to the
feeling that results from
exercise, it is a euphoric sen-
sation. A missed workout can
result in irritability, a sensa-
tion of uneasiness, generally
an uncomfortable feeling.
These symptoms are not un-
usual abnormalities. At the
same time, overexercising
can lead to development of
headaches, joint pain, swel-
ling, constipation, diarrhea or
apathetic attitude. To avoid
this situation, incorporate a
variety of different types of
exercise into your program.
Keep variety at the top of
your list of requirements.

Michelle Beaupre is an
account executive at Regency
Savings Bank and a
free-lance exercise instructor.

Make a conscious effort to
alternate activities. The ac-
tivities that you are involved
in need to be both physically
and psychologically stimulat-
ing. There should be a vari-
ance in your routine, no mat-
ter how basic that program
may be. Exercise should not
be boring or too routine. If
the activity is not fun, you
will not continue.
Exercising more than four
times a week produces a
higher incidence of injuries.
The number of injuries re-
sulting from three times a
week is low. Recent studies
have shown the incidence of
injuries is much lower in
triathletes when compared to
marathon runners who do
just one sport, says Dr. Gabe
Mirkin, author of several fit-
ness books including Dr.
Gabe Mirkin's Fitness Clinic.
For example, do aerobics,
walk or run one day, utilizing
primarily your lower leg
muscles. The next day swim,
play racquetball or use a row-
ing machine, utilizing mostly
the arm muscles. The follow-
ing day bicycle or use
weights, to work primarily
your upper legs.
Naturally, one enjoys what
one does best, but attempting
a variety of activities will
utilize different muscle
groups andalleviate negative
addiction and exercise burn-
out. Your first jog may be
less than 1`4 of a mile, the
first swim two laps of the
pool. The first aerobics class
you may need to work at a
slower pace than the rest of
the class.
Be aware that every time
you exercise, your muscles
are slightly injured. Within
48 hours they repair them-
selves and become stronger.
Exercising again too soon can
be a good set up for bad in-
juries. This 48-hour recovery
period is another good reason
to try a variety of exercises
that use different muscle
groups.
Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper,
head of the Aerobics Center
in Dallas, a clinic and re-
search organization, helped
launch the all-American fit-
ness boom when he
popularized aerobic exercise
.15 years ago.
Cooper is acredited with
the term LSD Long Slow Dis-
tance. He suggests that exer-
cise is cumulative. Over a
period of time, duration and

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