Happy Valentine’s Day from the IHRSA team. We love you. Thank you for being loyal members and readers. XOXO.
Exercise Gives You Endorphins...
Endorphins make you happy. But that’s not all. If couples enjoy regular workouts together, there are even more health and relationship benefits your club can promote.
AEDs: What the Heart Needs
Regular exercise can help prevent sudden cardiac arrest, but this life-threatening condition can also happen while exercising at a club. This Valentine's Day, we examine the intersection of AEDs and sudden cardiac arrest, in addition to the legal and legislative issues surrounding AED use.
Writing to Say ‘You’re My Number One’
IHRSA recently released our new 2016 Advocacy Impact Report with 2017 Legislative Forecasting and—based on your feedback—we think you like it. A lot. In case you missed it, see what all the buzz is about.
Step Away from the Chocolate Strawberries
Swap them for exercise instead.
“...we need doctors to team with wellness professionals—like dietitians, stress management specialists, and local health clubs—so the underlying causes of chronic disease are addressed,” says IHRSA's Helen Durkin in today's commentary in Morning Consult.
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