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Health Guide for Congenital Heart Disease

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At home cardio and core workout

Posted by on 3/19/20 in Exercise

Want to do some cardiovascular exercise but do not want to run or walk or ride a bike? Need some things you can do at home? I have created a workout for you! If you do not have a jump rope you do not have to buy one. Find any rope or cord or stretch […]

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Finding your “community” through activity

Posted by on 1/7/20 in General Knowledge

The best place to find your fellow CHDers is at a Heart Walk. When I started the one in Jacksonville, FL in 2013, I had no idea the wonderful people it would bring into my life.

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Interventions and exercise or activity

Posted by on 12/13/19 in Exercise, General Knowledge

…possibility of another intervention

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Workout anywhere!

Posted by on 6/8/19 in General Knowledge

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Do you need an exercise test?

Posted by on 4/30/19 in Exercise, General Knowledge

What is exercise testing? What is the purpose? Why should you do it? .

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Exactly how is exercise good for you?

Posted by on 3/23/19 in Exercise, General Knowledge

Cardiovascular exercise is any activity that increases your breathing and heart rate done for a period of time using large muscle groups to accomplish a goal.

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To parents of children with CHD

Posted by on 2/26/19 in General Knowledge

Want your child to grow up health and happy? Of course you do! Otherwise you would not have invested so many sleepless nights in the hospital trying to secure a healthy future for him/her.

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It’s heart month!

Posted by on 2/7/19 in General Knowledge

What are you doing for your heart for heart month? Exercise is the best thing for it! I want you to challenge yourself! All you need is 10 minutes bouts three times a day.

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Why do we need information on exercise and congenital heart defects?

Posted by on 12/22/18 in General Knowledge

We run the gamut. Some of us are competing in triathlons- or snow boarding aka Sean White. Some of us are stuck on the couch- needlessly. Some of us really are stuck on the couch. No matter where you are on the spectrum, activity is the key to your well-being.

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