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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAYv MAY 7, 2010 5 your options with resistan workouts Submitted by TOPSIMilwaukee Exercisers can't lose Whether a workout is a leisurely walk in the park or flat-out wind sprints up a hill, the benefits of both low-resistance exercise and high-resistance exercise are many. Just in time for National Physical Fitness and Sports Month in May, here are some tips from Amy Goldwater, M.S., edu-' cater, former body-building champion, and physical fitness expert for TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), the non- profit weight-loss support orga- nization. "Exercising at the lower end of the intensity zone has benefits, too," Goldwater says. "Gentler exercise can decrease fatigue and increase energy significantly, es- pecially for those who are older. under the weather, stressed, or eat poorly." In these situations, high-re- sistance exercise creates more work for the body at rest: The body says, for instance, "I can't fight this cold and build muscle at the same time" or "'I can't build the necessary muscle, repair tissue. and do all the wonderful things I'm supposed to on junk food's empty calories" For this group of exercisers, low-impact exercise ' sity is the exercise factor that drives fitness levels up mbst quickly. "Since a vigorous work- out sometimes has the drawback of being a 'race against time,' and fewer people can find the time to exercise for several hours each week, an alternative is to fit the workouts into less time by add- ing intensity," she shares. The downs/de of intense ex- ercise is that it may produce more injuries. However, there are ways to avoid this: Speed work, sometimes called wind sprints, limits inten- sity to a very short time. Cross-training, or using muscles for a different activity than usual, adds intensity .for the muscles. Lift weights, especially with machines. Interval training adds short bursts of intensity to a typical workout. Consider any of these examples: Jogging, where a slower pace is punctuated with running Swimming a slow lap and then a race lap Running with wind sprints at intervals Riding a stationary bike with two-minute periods of high- resistance pedaling Jumping rope at a moderate pace. then adding a fast minute Michael Barentine,Tyler Downs, and Her/Bajo in the 10Om dash Sky Davenport in 300m hurdles Kayla Shelton in 300m hurdles AHS corn in District Michael Barentine in the 300m hurdles in Qu becomes the better choice, er two periodically Low-Resistance Exercise ............... .... It ..... r,-,tant to negin m- By ELIZABETH I:IICHIN$/ brought home a 3'a place rib- Davenport placed 2"d, qualify- qualifying for the state meet. In Low-impact activities can be ..... terval training with a single high- Hidalgo County Herald ben. In the 100m hurdles, Kayla ing for State and Stacie Shelton the 110 hurdles, Brennik Payne an enjoyable break in the day i n " ntor in .... , .m,.act burst, Goldw ....... - The AHS Track team tray- Shelton placed 2"d and qualified took 6th, Elizabeth R/chins placed 4th and in the 300 hurdles, making it more likely to stick - ...... structs. with a routine lne stretching and "'Also wa m un and cooleled to Quemado on Friday,to go to the state meet in this qualified for State in the triple Michael Barentine qualified for _ ...... r___ _~ .......April 30, to compete in the Dis- event. Elizabeth R/chins took jump, placing 2"d, and Kayla state by taking 2nd, place. strengthening components are . down to transition into the high- trict Track Meet Other schools 3,a. As for the 300m hurdles Shellcon also participated in the Barentine also placed 6th. in the performed using only body . est intensity phase Take a day or . ,h - ' ,h triple jum and 6~ in the "avelin welghtoptlonsaS resistanCeare as'plentiful as two off; even three t'mesl a week competingserve._ and werecliff Quemado,hieh schoolsRe- KaylaSky Davenportshelton placedplaced4 5whIle~h. In eventing theandboystk team,5. Represent-Michael In" .the shot" p put, Qes- tJomez- J took'" " is enough to see results with ' '- 3,. exercise mats Calisthenics yoga, high i a t exercise All members of the AHS team field events, the girls repre- Barentine placed 3~d in the 200m ....... . . , ..... ~_-_mrac . Those wno quannea for Pilates, and low-impact aerobics .............. represented their school well sented the team well as Merrilee dash, while Matthew Arambula ......... can produce" great results Swim" iut'b t..iuo inc. ttaKe uH ........ Rich rds to " "~d in ....... th .... state Will reave on luesaay, May . . - Pounds Sensibly), the original, and put tortn melr t~est etIort, a on oK J me ShOt placeu ~ ana tJerarao Keyes4th t-- -r-v--1 -- ,n. .......... ut nd 1st in he dis ..... th ,u t ia c tu e'.luuqultluc tu ruing is a good example of a low - nonprofit weight-loss support Overall, the AHS girls' team p , a t cus, quart- .placea o . In the 400m dash, take -art in the state meet The slgnificantimpact" exerciSeamountthat ofrequireSenergya _and ...... welln__ses educar'mn, or~aniz__-~ " a took 2~ in the track meet and fying, for State. . She also quali-nd Her/ Bajo placed 4th and in the meet ~ill ...................... be held on Wedne.~dav " . " t/on, was establish', here than the boys took 4th. As for their fled m the javelin by placing 2 800m dash, Allen Noakes took andThursdav, Mav 5'h and6th The Cardto boxing, where the person ~r th rd " " - 62 years a~o to chamI~i~,n weight- relays, the girls' 4xl00m relay in the event Elizabeth R/chins 6 . Her/ Bajo also placed 3 in teams are coached by Tyke ;rrot- deliver.s blows or punches to a ~ - - st o th -- -- . . ross support ana snccess, took 1 place, involvin., placed 5 . In the long jump, Sky the 1600m run, just short of ter heavy boxing training bag, is a Founded nnd he Mnuarl " ~d in newer option that is popular for Milw,qukee Wi~oo " CIPK Katherine Cavaliere. Sky Day- ll .1 . III // J /I; ..... .................... ....... nsin, T .... enporthe,r4s:OO~m v eet ngs aaaress pro[ 0sea D g- the total body fitness it delivers t o~fn " dame P:~';~n Dew .................. l, aflor ..... tacie'S High-Resistance Exercise weight management with a phi- t relay team took 1~' as well, On the other side of the gym : . . , losophy that combines healthy which involved Katherine ~m2111~q~/'~ I~| 11~'['|1~'~ V| |l/'~ lo~l~m~ll~t'~O Goldwater notes high lntens~ty , - eating, regular exercise, wellness exercise can yield the same or infnrm " nn n ........... atlon, and su,~,~ort fr..m Cavaliere, Sky Davenport, ~(~ll I Iff Ilglll, lll /gift , lll:ill ff; better results than low-impact m nthor~ at o v n Pet Peyton Downs, and ElizalSeth '~ '~" ~" just ........... half the time, because inten- ings. w_ekl~ cha~ter m__.- R/chins The girls' 1600m med Information courtesy NM DEPT. s/on decision expected at its June s/on, EO. Box 25112, Santa Fe, ley relay took 3~a which in- of GAME & Fl$Hl~anta Fe 3 meeting. NM 87504; or e-mailed to volved Tavlor' Trotter, The New Mexico Depart- Bighorn, exotic spe- Cassandra Graham, Cheyennement of Game'and Fish is con- cies, elk, waterfowl, Open Gate: Public meetings: Grossman and Chelsea ducting public meetings and re- Proposals were published on the Southwest Area Rodruigez' and 'the girls questing comments on several Web site this month. Modified . 121 ity, 4x400m~ ret'a~r took "4~*~l~.~'~ad ~, ~t~nges to the statel's reconuae~atioas, will be pre- N; ~ti on~ rd t 0 Gila' River - The flow is -at 294 CFS a d the ate "s y o members 0f"that woc~TaJl?or =~:big-g~moJaunting rules that will . sented,to~aae Codl~ission for re-. HJgl,way E.,, 6 runoff. There has been light pressure and fishing is slow Trotter Cassandra Graham be presented to the State Game view June 3, with a Commission to 9 p.m. Rio Grande - The flow is 1,160 CFS below Elephant Butte Dam. A decision expected at its July 8 meetifig. Deer, bear and cougar, pronghorn, A-PLUS: Proposals will be published on the Web site July 28. Modified recon~menda- tions will be presented to the Commission for review Aug. 28, April 30, Socorro, City Council Chambers, City Hall Council Chambers, 111 School of Mines, 6 to 9 p.m. May 3, Las (~ruces, De- partment of Game and Fish office, 2715 Northrise Drive, 6 to 9 p.m. few walleye have been reported above Caballo using curl2) tails and minnows Bill Evans Lake: Winter trout waters - No report Caballo Lake - Fishing has been slow due to winds and rain. Wall- eye are reported as good from the bank with minnows and trolling with worms. No reports on other species. Elephant Butte Lake - White bass are reported as fair drifting live Cheyenne Grossman, and Kayla Shehon The boys' 4xl00m re- lay took 2"~ place, and members of it were Matthew Arambula. Tyler Downs. Heft Bajo, and Gerardo Reyes. Individual awards were as follows: In the 100m dash. Sky Commission this year. The proposed changes will be available for public review in three parts and at different times to give the public the best oppor- tunities to review them before modified versions are presented to the Commission. Proposals bait r minnows. Walleye are slow using shiners Crappie are good with jigs and minnows. An Occasional 20 lb. striped bass has been Davenport took 3ro place, while will be posted on the Department with a Commission decision ex- th reported using live bait. No reports on other species. Peyton Downs placed 5 . In the Web site,pected at its Sept. 30 meeting. Glenwood Ponds - Snow, rain and high winds kept fishermen aw~iy. 200m dash, Peyton Downs accord- A list of the proposed No report, placed 2"a, qualifying for State, ing to the following ~chedule: changes can be found on the De- while Stacie Shelton followed close behind and placed 3ra. In the 400m dash. Elizabeth R/chins qualified for State by placing 2"~'. Chelsea Rodriguez ran the open 800m dash and Turkey, upland game, javelina: Proposals were pub- lished on the Web site in March. Modified recommendations were presented to the Commission for review April 8. with a Commis- Lake Roberts - Trout are reported as good with peach Power Bait, crayfish and worms. Largemouth bass are reported as fair with crank baits and plugs Quemado Lake - Trout are good with many limits reported Pink Power Bait has been most successful. Tiger muskies are good with copper and red Z-rays and Panther Martins. Snow Lake - No fishing report. partment Web site,, under the "Issues and answers" tab. Comments can be mailed to New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Wildlife Management Divi- Animas High School Track Schedule Spring 2010 Da~e Meet/Location Time ThursOa~, April t H~ke Too~ey Rc4ays~T or C 3:00 s rr Friday, Aarfl q Hidalgo RPa~/S ver fib,' 3:[1[; ~m. 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