How to Prevent and Identify Skin Disease
Defense Soap is a soap line developed for wrestlers by wrestlers. Our all-natural ingredients have been clinically proven to have anti-fungal, antibacterial and antiviral properties. Simply using our soap line after competing or after practice will help protect you or your athlete from ringworm, impetigo, MRSA, Herpes, jock itch and athlete’s foot. Visit our website and read the research which has been conducted on our ingredients and our bar specifically.
Each product in our line has been developed on a “need to have basis”. As wrestlers yourself you know the struggles we face with skin infections. Clean mats are a must but they become contaminated the second one wrestler steps foot on it. At Defense we decided we needed a simple solution that every wrestler could use. We developed Defense Soap considering all wrestlers hopefully shower after working out. It is here where we can help prevent some of these skin infections by simply providing a soap with anti-fungal (ringworm, athlete’s foot & jock itch) antibacterial (impetigo & MRSA) and antiviral (Herpes) properties.
Defense Soap (bar) and Defense Shower Gel should be used in place of your regular soap when showering after practice or competition.
Defense Body Wipes are great for when you can’t get to the shower. They work well in between matches at a tournament or after practice in the event you didn’t shower before the ride home. A perfect example of this is youth wrestlers. Equipment, such as headgear, can also be wiped down with Defense Body Wipes.
Defense Oil and Defense Healing Salve are in our line in the event we do get ringworm. Defense Oil is 100% of our active ingredients. If they are applied to new ringworm they can eliminate it in one application. More developed ringworm may take two to three applications but when followed up with Defense Healing Salve you will see results quicker than imagined.
Wrestlers, as mentioned earlier, developed Defense products. Cost effectiveness is always a concern when dealing with a wrestling budget. Using Defense can save on the cost incurred when dealing with skin infections. Anyone not satisfied with the research provided on our website or with any Defense product may return the unused portion for a full refund. Please visit www.defensesoap.com and read our FDA disclaimer.
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Doctors Skin Release Form
Doctors Skin Release Form This form is to be completed by a registered physician in order to release a Wizards wrestler with a skin condition. Please be aware there is a contagious period of certain conditions that will result in a wrestler being ineligible to practice or compete at tournaments. If there is ever a skin condition in question please show a Wizard coach immediately. This coach will further examine the spot to see if medical attention is required. Please notify Tony Fontanetta of any and all possible skin conditions so we can warn others and control it before it spreads threw the club.Wizards wrestlers will not be allowed back to practice until a signed doctors release form is produced.
Exercise Description: Pushup with rotation Classification: Chest (bodyweight) Instructions: 1. Start by completing a normal pushup and then at the top of the second pushup pick your hand up off the ground and rotate your upper body so that your hand is above your head. 2. Proceed to complete this same movement with the other arm. Then return to a normal pushup. 3. Complete this movement for the desired number of repetitions. 4. To make this more challenging hold a dumbell in each hand while completing this movement.
HIIT Your Cardio Hard By Zach Bashore High-Intensity Interval Training is a workout strategy that is intended to increase results with shorter training sessions. High-Intensity Interval Training, or HIIT, is one of the best methods for muscle retention and fat loss. Studies have shown that long endurance activities such as aerobics cause the breakdown of muscle tissue, which is why HIIT should be emphasized. HIIT and interval training are very similar and the only difference between them is the intensity in which they are done. Interval training is a varying of intensities within a workout, where you add a low-intensity session with a high-intensity session. You can perform your interval training in many ways, and you should also use variety. It can be done on a stairmaster, mountain bike, local track, or a stationary bike. As with all methods of exercise, you should rotate the type of exercise you do to keep your body from adapting. If you desire longer-lasting results, cardiovascular work should be a priority on your fitness to-do list. Your main emphasis in exercise should be for cardio health, strength-training, and for flexibility. As with most cardio exercise, you should track your heart rate, distance, intensity, length, target heart rate, calories burned, and cool-down time. One of the great things about HIIT is that it can be applied to other activities as well. Running stairs, riding a stationary bike, a stair-stepper, or any activity where you can shift from high intensity to low intensity will work wonders. Let's say that you're going to add HIIT to running sprints or steps. Start working in intervals! Jog for a certain amount of time, sprint for a certain amount of time, followed by a short jogging session, and keep repeating a certain sequence until your time is finished. We've always been told that low-intensity aerobic exercise is the best method for ridding the body of unwanted fat. However, new research proves this opinion to be false. The reason that this low-intensity opinion of cardio exercise came about is a study that showed that lower intensity cardio burns a greater percentage of calories from as opposed to carbs. In research, HIIT has been shown to burn fat 50% more effectively that that of lower-intensity exercise. HIIT speeds your metabolism and keeps it running at a fast rate for up to 16 hours after your workout. The bottom line is that HIIT burns a higher number of calories than that of lower-intensity. If you are looking to burn fat quickly, HIIT is the way to go. However, not everyone's responds properly to this method. Diabetics whose body already has problems managing carbs should not train with HIIT. Other people who have just started a workout program should start with low-intensity and slowly start incorporating intervals as they get more advanced. The demands of HIIT can only be used by experienced trainees because newbies will simply give up after the first day of hard work. Take things one day at a time and the results will be experienced at a later time. This article courtesy of:
Exersize of the Month
Here is a Leg body weight exercise that is sure to improve your muscular endurance
Walking Lunge with Dumbbell
Start position: Stand with feet hip width apart. Hold a Dumbell in each hand. Step forward 2-3 feet forming a 90° bend at the front hip and knee. DO NOT allow front knee to extend past the big toe - may cause injury. Push body up and move the back foot beside the front foot. Alternate feet and repeat. Remember to keep head and back upright in a neutral position. Shoulders and hips should remain squared at all times. Watch for proper knee alignment - do not let front knee extend past big toe or deviate laterally or medially. Back knee should not come in contact with floor.
Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, trunk flexed forward slightly with back straight in a neutral position. Arms should be in the “ready” position with elbows flexed at approximately 90°. Lower body where thighs are parallel to ground. Explode vertically and drive arms up. Land on both feet and repeat. Prior to takeoff extend the ankles to their maximum range (full plantar flexion) to ensure proper mechanics.
Alternating Split Squat
Stand with feet hip width apart. Take left leg and step back approximately 2 feet standing on the ball of back foot. Feet should be positioned at a staggered stance with head and back erect and straight in a neutral position. Place hands on waist. Lower body by bending at right hip and knee until thigh is parallel to floor then immediately explode vertically. Switch feet in the air so that the back foot lands forward and vice versa. Prior to takeoff extend the ankles to their maximum range (full plantar flexion) ensure proper mechanics.
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