The holiday season is going to come with some changes that are out of our control, so let’s try to make positive changes for ourselves that are within our control… Home Base put together some tips for how you can stay healthy and keep progressing this holiday season!
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We all know that we need to consistently drink water to stay hydrated and healthy and that drinking glasses of water are the easiest way to do so. In today’s Operation Health at Home post, you will learn some fun, easy ways to stay hydrated that aren’t just drinking water!
In the third of the series about Performance Enhancing Supplements, Chris Manzano and Emilie Burgess overview Pre-Workouts, debunks some myths, reveal the evidence based truth, and help you incorporate them into your lifestyle!
Welcome to our first of our 2 plyometric workouts. Today we will be focusing on lower body plyometrics or “jump training” Plyometrics or “plyos” are advanced, explosive movements. They incorporate power and are a great approach to enhance athleticism. To make sure everyone can join us in this workout, we have included regressions or exercises that build you up to plyometric execution but easier to execute. If you do not feel you are yet ready for plyometrics as they are very advanced, stick to the regressive exercises and still join us in this workout.
If you are ready for some explosiveness and power production in your training, then let’s get to jumping and burning some calories! I’m ready! You ready? Then let’s go!
In the final installment of this WOD series for for older Veterans, Home Base’s Jaime Fernandez and Brett Thompson takes viewers through a circuit that focuses on mobility and flexibility of your entire body. For upper body and lower body workouts, check out parts 1 and 2 on our YouTube channel.
In the fifth and final video of our mindfulness discussion with retired Red Sox Player, Darnell McDonald, learn why Yoga is special to Darnell, what his end goal of his practice is and his daily practice.
Strength training becomes more important with aging as maintaining muscular strength is correlated with maintaining mobility and independence. Here are a number of strength exercises which be performed at home with no special equipment.
Join Veteran Outreach Coordinator, Nick Beinar as he completes a peak to peak hike of Mount Kinsman south and North Peaks in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
In part two of a three part series for older Veterans, Home Base’s Jaime Fernandez and Brett Thompson takes viewers through a circuit that focuses on mobility and flexibility of the upper body. Stay tuned for next week’s routine!
In part four of this five part series, Home Base’s Expressive Arts Therapist, Jennifer Kneeland speaks with Darnell McDonald on checking ego and overcoming obstacles.