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  • Athletes with Cystic Fibrosis - Group for people with CF who exercise whether it be by jogging, walking, sprinting, lifting weights, ultimate frisbee, swimming, basketball, football softball, soccer, etc. (Added: 20-Jul-2014 Hits: 190 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • Basic Hydration Tips for Youth with CF - While all children and adolescents have hydration needs - especially in hot and humid conditions - those with cystic fibrosis or diabetes need to pay extra care and attention to hydration. (Added: 20-Jul-2014 Hits: 195 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • CFit Exercise Program - New program developed by CysticLife and New Day Wellness, with the support of several CF care providers. This three-month program will be limited to ten individuals, and includes the development of an appropriately challenging exercise program using home-based equipment (provided by CL) and weekly coaching sessions by phone or over the Internet. There is no cost to participate and there are no infection control issues to deal with when using this innovative approach to teaching and facilitating exercise in the adult CF population. (Added: 20-Jul-2014 Hits: 187 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • Cystic Fibrosis Lifestyle Foundation - The Cystic Fibrosis Lifestyle Foundation works to achieve its mission through developing and providing opportunities for people with CF to become aware of a lifestyle that achieves health, as opposed to avoiding illness. Offers recreational grants to individuals with CF to support participation in physical activities. (Added: 20-Jul-2014 Hits: 195 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • Dear CF - Treating Cystic Fibrosis holistically through diet, exercise, attitude and remedy. (Added: 23-Jul-2014 Hits: 179 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • Exercise and CF – A Physiotherapist’s Persepective - Article written by a physiotherapist on why exercise is particularly important to people with cystic fibrosis, what types of exercise patients should do, how physiotherapists can help and how patients can help themselves. (Added: 20-Jul-2014 Hits: 194 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • Exercise is Medicine - Provides patients with a simple, fast and effective tool for using exercise as a ‘medicine’ to help manage many of the most common chronic health conditions. It will also help patients approach their health care provider to discuss physical activity as a part of a disease prevention and management strategy. There is a specific information sheet for exercise and CF in the Flier Series. (Added: 20-Jul-2014 Hits: 194 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • Mauli Ola Foundation Surf Experience Days - Surf Experience Days around the country get kids who have cystic fibrosis into the ocean water (which is high in saline) to experience what natural therapies can do for their lungs. (See Events section for information on Surf Days) (Added: 20-Jul-2014 Hits: 196 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • Rock CF Kicks Back Program - Rock CF Kicks Back will donate 65 pairs of running shoes a year to CF patients, and sign them up for the race of their choice, along with providing training advice and motivation. (Added: 15-Jul-2014 Hits: 193 Rating: 0 ) Rate It
  • Staying Fit with Cystic Fibrosis - Video from Seattle Children’s Hospital featuring experts on cystic fibrosis showing how important physical activity is in coping with CF. From the toddler to the young adult, they demonstrate series of exercises that can help patients with cystic fibrosis stay fit. (Added: 20-Jul-2014 Hits: 217 Rating: 0 ) Rate It


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