Friday, August 11, 2017
Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing”. Hands-on learning is a form of experiential learning but does not necessarily involve students reflecting on their product. This process of better understanding ourselves by challenging our current understand of who we are and what we are capable of can be transformative. Some things in life cannot be fully understood without experiencing them ourselves. We must take the risk of engaging ourselves in pursuits that challenge our capabilities by pushing our limits and opening up new possibilities. My partners and I have opened a new facility called Kinetic Heights last November that will allow our community to use this learning model to improve human performance and facilitate individual personal growth. Act on your goals.
“The things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them” Aristotle
Polar Smart Coaching Tip: Calories Burned
These are several ways you burn calories every day. The majority of your calories are burned by Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) which is the amount you burn every day for body function and normal daily movement. You also burn calories from exercise on the days you get the opportunity to get your workouts in. Finally, you will burn residual calories based on how vigorous your workouts are. Residual calories are the calories you burn post exercise as your body begins to adapt to your training session. Generally you will have an elevated metabolic rate for up to 2 hours after exercise. These three ways that your body burns calories will be key to your ability to lose and manage your weight in a healthy way. When you get the balance between calories taken in and calories burned right you will control your body weight. It’s a numbers game you have to burn more than you eat to achieve “Energy Balance”.
Read more…Energy Balance
Nutrition Tip: A Cup of Prevention
Sipping on a cup of hot tea may be a safeguard against cancer. Population studies have linked the consumption of tea with a reduction in risk for several types of cancer. Researchers speculate that the polyphenols in tea may inhibit certain mechanisms that promote cancer growth. Both green and black teas have been credited with cancer inhibiting powers.
“Both in importance and time, health precedes disease. Therefore, we ought to consider first how health may be preserved, and then how one may best cure disease”. Galen – 185 AD
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