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Tips for Safe Snow Shoveling in the Winter By Mackenzie Distad Exercise Specialist / Exercise Physiologist Exercisabilities, INC. The cold weather we experience in Minnesota, along with the physical exertion of shoveling snow, can put strain on the heart. Snow shoveling is a known trigger for heart attacks, and can be more strenuous than exercising “full throttle” on a treadmill. If you need to clear away the snow this winter, here are some tips for
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Forever Strong Post-Rehabilitation Exercise Therapy   So you’ve been to rehab. “Been there, done that” as they say. What’s next? Nothing? It can’t be nothing. Your rehab needs aren’t gone. You know you haven’t maximized your recovery ability.  There must be more. Relax, there is. Continuum Health Care The Forever Strong Program at ExercisAbilities is a one-of-a-kind program in Rochester MN, created to provide post-rehabilitation fitness and recreational services when the need for full rehabilitation
Ten Thousand dollar grant received from Rochester Area Foundation You can help to fundraise for EA with a few easy steps on Facebook!  Start today! Do you have a Facebook account? Have you liked @exercisabilities on Facebook? Have you wondered how you could help join in on helping EA with fundraising efforts to support our programs and help to grow our scholarship program, but not sure how? We have the easy fundraising answer – a
The Solution to Your Resolutions Zach Curry, CPT Certified Personal Trainer/Exercise Specialist January is a tough month for most of us in the Midwest. We are coming off the highs of the holidays, work is ramped up with projects for the new year, kids are back in school, and in addition to all that, we still need to find time for selfcare. For most of us, that comes in the form of a New Year’s
It’s Heart Health Month at ExercisAbilities and all across the United States.  The first American Heart Month was proclaimed by President Lyndon B. Johnson in February 1964. At that time more than half of the deaths in the US were caused by cardiovascular disease. From then on, February has been annually designated as American Heart Month. This month we will focus on all things heart healthy and that is an amazingly complex topic. Heart health