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Tech in Exercising

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Katelynn Weaver

on 22 October 2012

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Facts of Exercise Gaming Katelynn Weaver Wii Sports boxing Study found Obesity increases risk of "Burned an average of 248 calories per hour" playing games like "Wii Sports and DDR is equivalent to walking at a speed of about 3.5 miles per hour" No habit to work out high cholesterol,
high blood pressure,
type 2 diabetes,
bone and joint disorders,
obstructive sleep apnea,
liver problems
gallbladder disease Presenting audience with facts on this topic. Tired from the day Reasons for not Exercising Lack of motivation No time in the day Sources "Health Problems Cause By Obesity in Children." Livestrong.com. Livestrong.com, 2012. Web. 3 Oct 2012. <http://www.livestrong.com/article/330542-health-problems-caused-by-obesity-in-children/>.
Mayol, Mindy Hartman. Wellness The Total Package. 2nd. Dubuque: Kendall Hunt, 2008. 13. Print.
Reuter, Andrea. "How Many Calories Are Burned Playing Video Games." Livestrong.com. Livestrong.com, 11/8/2011. Web. 6 Oct 2012. <http://www.livestrong.com/article/315203-how-many-calories-are-burned- playing- video-games/>.
Schwartz, Elyssa. "Video Games Help Students Stay Active." University of Central Florida. UCF Today, 28/9/2010. Web. 5 Oct 2012. <http://today.ucf.edu/video-games-help- students-stay-active/>.
Toporek, Bryan. "President's Fitness Council Launches Video-Game Health Challenge." Education Week. Eductional Projects in Education, 1/5/2012. Web. 29 Nov 2012. <http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/schooled_in_sports/2012/05/fitness_council_launches_ healthy_living_competition_with_video_games.html>.
"Why XerGames works for P.E., Adapted P.E., After School & Athletic Training." Xer Games. Exercise Technology Inc., 2012. Web. 1 Oct 2012. <http://www.xergames.com/markets/education.html>.
Inform audience about possible exercises
already a habit. Goals
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