One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Fortunately, recent advances in technology and increased public awareness have greatly improved survival rates. Recently, much research has been focused on improving the quality of life of breast cancer survivors to combat the negative side effects of treating this disease. Exercise has emerged as one of the better tools for improving the physical and psychological well-being of breast cancer survivors. exercise breast cancer
Weightlifting for Children
For years, strength training and weightlifting have been used by adolescents and adults to improve their sports performance and general well being. But because of the former beliefs of pediatricians and scientists, weight training has been frowned upon for use by preadolescent children. Despite people’s perceptions that weight training is not suitable for young children, a properly designed weight training program is not only safe, but is also beneficial in the improvement of prepubescent children’s athletic performance and overall health.