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Top 5 Things to Consider When Creating Your Mascot Challenge Video

September 23, 2021 by Erica Rauff, Ph.D.
The EIM On Campus Committee encourages you to get REUNITED IN MOVEMENT, the theme for the 2021 Mascot Challenge videos! This annual competition invites registered EIM-OC programs to submit a short video to show how they are encouraging community members on their campus to move more, and campuses can win a cash prize. My team at Seattle University wanted to share our top five things to consider when creating your Mascot Challenge video!  Tip #1 – […]
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What I learned the first time my EIM-OC team did the Mascot Challenge

September 10, 2021 by Debra Stroiney, Ph.D.
Last fall was the first year George Mason University participated in the EIM-OC Mascot Challenge. I learned some valuable lessons on how to create this type of video, as well as what to improve upon in the future. My advice can be summed in two words: plan ahead. Here are a few tips to help […]
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“How To” Make a Mascot Challenge Video in 5 Steps

September 3, 2021 by Carena Winters, Ph.D., M.P.H., FACSM, ACSM-CEP, EIM Level 3
You are pumped and ready to rock the Mascot Challenge video this year. Where do you begin? You have so many options to create your signature campus piece. However, it’s a good idea to plan ahead and tap into all possible resources. Here are a few steps to consider. Step 1: Review the objectives and […]
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EIM-OC Mascot Challenge: Reunited in Movement

August 26, 2021 by Carrie Davidson, Ed.D., ACSM EP-C, RYT 500
I’m not going to lie. 2020 was a rough year in many ways. In my work at the University of Kentucky, I often hear from people how hard it was to keep exercising or just keep moving around in general.  Several reasons caused this lack of movement: Gyms and fitness centers were closed Parks and […]
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A Physical Activity Toolkit for Registered Dietitians: A Collaborative Effort Between EIM & AND

August 25, 2021 by Melinda M. Manore, Ph.D., R.D., FACSM, Laura J Kruskall, Ph.D., R.D.N., CSSD, L.D., FACSM, FAND
We all know that nutrition and physical activity (PA) are important for health, yet few individuals hold credentials by accrediting organizations for practice in both areas. Many dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) don’t feel they have the knowledge, skill or confidence in providing PA counseling to their clients. They want to know if the PA advice given […]
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Inactivity Linked to Severe COVID-19

April 22, 2021 by James Sallis, Ph.D., FACSM and Robert Sallis, M.D., FACSM
Starting March 2020, near the beginning of the pandemic, exercise scientists and clinicians published blogs about the mechanisms by which physical activity could likely reduce harm from COVID-19. There was strong evidence that physical activity improves immune function, reduces inflammation, prevents and treats most common chronic diseases, decreases the psychological and physiological burden of stress, and improves […]
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The EASY Tool: PA Screening for Older Adults

April 8, 2021 by Marcia Ory, PhD, MPH, Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP and Michael Rogers, PhD, FACSM
Admonishments about the negative health consequences of being physically inactive abound—and such concerns are important throughout the entire life-course. We now know that being more physically active at any level is associated with better physical, mental, and cognitive health for the growing number of older adults throughout the world. Yet, being encouraged to be more […]
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Update on the EIM Global Health Network

March 30, 2021 by Mark Stoutenberg, PhD, MSPH, FACSM and Robyn Stuhr, MA, ACSM-CEP, RCEP
Although the situation is different in every country, there is a glimmer of light regarding the COVID-19 pandemic with increased vaccine distribution on the way. At this pivotal moment, we want to take a moment to reflect upon the growth and development of the Exercise is Medicine® (EIM) Global Network and our emergence from the […]
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Pilates in the Clinical Space

March 22, 2021 by Dominique Flores, BS, RN
Pilates, named after the creator Joseph Pilates, has earned recognition as a global fitness discipline. The growing popular exercise methodology was brought to New York City in 1926 after the German “nurse-physiotherapist” (Di Lorenzo, 2011) emigrated to the United States and began teaching his method to ballerinas and Hollywood celebrities. It has become popular among […]
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USPSTF Recommendation — A Game Changer for Lifestyle Counseling

February 4, 2021 by Joseph Ihm, MD, FACSM and Liz Joy, MD, MPH, FACSM
In November 2020, the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released an updated recommendation regarding behavioral counselling  to prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) in adults. The recommendation states that healthcare providers should offer or refer individuals 18 years or older, with known CVD risk factors (e.g., hypertension or elevated blood pressure or dyslipidemia), to behavioral […]
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