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|Title:||Power Up in 10: Strength Training for Families|
|Alt. Title:||ˇMantengámonos en Forma!|
|Pub. date: ||July 2010|
|Includes: ||spiral-bound booklet|
|Audience: ||Parents, Children, Families|
|Language: ||English, Spanish|
|Description:||Power Up in 10 is a bilingual booklet that includes ten basic exercises to build muscle strength and endurance. Step by step instructions, full color photographs and physical activity and nutrition tips are included in the booklet. |
|Funding Source: ||USDA SNAP-Ed Connection|
|Developer: ||Network For a Healthy California|
|Organization: ||California Department of Public Health|
|Mail: ||firstname.lastname@example.org |
|Length: ||36 pages|
|Assessment instrument Used? ||no|
|Use Restrictions: ||May copy for educational purposes|
|Reviewers Comments: ||The Power Up in 10 booklet describes 10 basic strength training exercises. Exercises do not need a lot of space to practice or require any expensive equipment. They can be done inside or outside and the only items needed are a water bottle, a towel and comfortable clothing.
The exercises included in the booklet are appropriate for all ages. Each has a Take it Further tip, using a water bottle, milk container or dumbbell, to accommodate those looking for a more strenuous workout. The exercises include detailed, easy to read instructions and photos of the exercises. Each also features a short nutrition tip. A blank calendar is included at the end of the booklet to help participants track their progress.
Nutrition educators could use this booklet as a guide when teaching physical activity to SNAP-Ed participants, or they could give it as an incentive to participants to use on their own. The printed book is spiral bound at the top and includes a folded cardboard in the back, which allows it to stand on its own.
See resource entry for accompanying DVD.