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Exercising for the Rest of my Life - Matthew P. Ford PT, PhD
Matthew Fordon 29 October 2014
Transcript of Exercising for the Rest of my Life - Matthew P. Ford PT, PhD
The thought of exercise
Time Line of Barriers
grew up in a different culture
you get "the YETS"
find the balance
Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde
The PD Professor
What is exercise?
You may "the YETS" . . . but, all the more reason to exercise
Develop a NEW culture/habits . . . what activities do you like?
Put your exercise to MUSIC! . . .
Find qualified TEAM of health care professionals!
This is NOT exercise
What are the barriers to exercise?
IMAGING SHOWS US
MUSIC leads to release of endorphins
Humans are the only species that can move to rhythm at birth
How do you remove the barriers to exercise?
What is the evidence for music w/exercise in persons with PD?
What can you do so that you exercise for the rest of your life?
Characteristics of Exercise
Marcas Bamman PhD - UAB
Scott Bickel PT, PhD - UAB
Lee Dibble PT, PhD - U of Utah
Gammon Earhart PT, PhD - Wash U - St. Louis
Terry Ellis PT, PhD - Boston U.
Laura Lieb RN, MPH - UAB
Laurie Malone PhD - Lakeshore Foundation
Scott Phillips PhD - UAB - Department of Music
Jim Rimmer, PhD - UAB
David Standaert MD, PhD - UAB
Michael Thaut PhD - Colorado State University
What motivates you to exercise?
6 General Motivating Categories
Exercising for . . .
we can be very alike . . .
. . . very different taste in music
PD & SLP
. . . work on your speech
Music = Timing = Movement
can we push music into a PD brain?
. . . we have been sitting too long
let's pick up the pace!!!
a little country . . .
. . . with a pick me up pace
. . . needs some rhythm
. . . earl scruggs