Happy Monday Everyone!
This weekend I celebrated 6 months since I got my hip replaced. I am so happy with the way the scar came out. Many people who have this procedure have a scar that is 8 to 12 inches long along the side of their bodies. I got the latest state of the art procedure.
I have been streaming these off the cuff, stream of consciousness if you will videos about fitness and nutrient dense foods. I decided to create videos for my friends during the Social Distancing phase of humans dealing with the pandemic. I got such a good response I made them all official. Enjoy and learn with me every Wednesday at 11 on my Face Book Page.
Yes, I am writing a book. It is called ‘Throw Out the Chair.’ An Exercise Guide for Healthy Active Seniors.
Check out my new live stream show on FaceBook ‘ Gear Head with Sharissa’
I have been streaming every Wednesday and Sunday at 11 am on my FaceBook page for business.
The show is all about home exercise equipment. I review home exercise equipment and show you how to use it. I also throw in some philosophy, general health tips, and some fun fitness related stories. Get the benefit of my 20 years of experience in home exercise equipment and exercise programing for free before it is gone. I will be deleting all of the shows when we can all go outside again.
Here is an email that I sent to a client about how to jump safely and effectively.
Thu, Dec 5, 2019, 9:23 PM
When jumping it is very important not to land too hard on your knees.
When you jump up spring up using your quads and land lightly on your feet with your butt sticking out as if in a squat position. Keep your core tight though out the exercise and try and absorb the force of your landing into your quads and core, not on your feet, ankles or knees.
Form is very important for you with jumping because you are a Runner. Personally I don’t recommend jumping a ton for age 40 plus humans but can be done safely.
Want to improve your jumping? 20 jumps per day is recommended for building and maintaining bone density.
Try 40 jumps per day every other day. No jumping if your quads are sore, I used to use a step for jumping but a low hurdle will work too. They also have these plyometic boxes https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/products/plyo-boxes.jsp
or a trampoline will be better for your joints.