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Ms. Terri Nelson

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Athletic Director and Assistant G...

The Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm Place
Denver, Colorado 80204
United States

Company Description: The Denver Athletic Club
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"You have to exercise to lose ...
ktwbtv.trb.com, 11 Aug 2009 [cached]
"You have to exercise to lose weight you feel better about yourself, therefore you eat less," said Terri Nelson who's been athletic director at Denver Athletic Club for many years, "And if you lose weight if you want to keep it off you absolutely have to exercise or you will not maintain your weight loss."
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www.Healthiest-Executive.com, 13 Oct 2008 [cached]
Terri Nelson, Athletic Director, The Denver Athletic Club
Snowshoeing and X-Country Skiing - Cool Alternatives for a Hot Winter Workout
www.howtobefit.com, 20 Mar 2007 [cached]
"It's amazing how quickly you heat up doing either activity," said Terri Nelson, athletic director for the Denver Athletic Club and an avid cross-country skier and snowshoer.
"It can be brutally cold out, so cold it's uncomfortable for walking or downhill skiing, and these exercises increase the blood flow so quickly you warm up instantly," Nelson said.
Especially with snowshoeing, where leg muscles burn going down- and uphill, there is not enough of a reprieve to notice the "cooling effect" a skier feels on a chairlift ride, for instance, Nelson said.
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"I like cross-country skiing for a steady, sustained cardiovascular workout," Nelson said.
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"If you can walk, you can snowshoe," said Nelson, who took up the sport to train for summer mountain-bike racing.
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"You can think about as little or as much as you want," Nelson said.
Rocky Mountain News: Health & Fitness
www.insidedenver.com, 2 April 2002 [cached]
And that, trainer Terri Nelson says, should be the goal.
"The longer it takes them to change their shape, the more permanent those changes are going to be," said Nelson, athletic director for the Denver Athletic Club.
Nelson cautions against short-term plans and advises beginner exercisers -- especially injury-prone baby boomers -- to not be so overzealous that they injure themselves (see tips sidebar).
Gardner's basic resistance plan should be done two or three days a week, with alternate days dedicated to 30- to 60-minute cardiovascular workouts.A 48-hour break should always separate weight-lifting routines so muscles can recuperate.
To increase calories burned during cardiovascular days, Gardner suggests high-intensity work, such as sprinting.
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Gardner's exercise plan includes jumping rope, which Nelson noted can be hard on the joints.Gardner said anything that gets the heart rate up to a comparable level -- running in place, cardiovascular machines, basic steps on an exercise Step -- can replace the jumping-rope portion of his plan.
The most important thing is to make the time to exercise, Gardner said: "There's always something else to do -- always.You are going to have to make the commitment to work out."
Contact Debra Melani at (303) 892-2301 or melanid@RockyMountainNews.com.
HoosierTimes: Snowshoe, cross-country offer good winter workouts
www.hoosiertimes.com, 12 Jan 2003 [cached]
"It's amazing how quickly you heat up doing either activity," said Terri Nelson, athletic director for the Denver Athletic Club and an avid cross-country skier and snowshoer."It can be brutally cold out, so cold it's uncomfortable for walking or downhill skiing, and these exercises increase the blood flow so quickly you warm up instantly," Nelson said.
Especially with snowshoeing, where leg muscles burn going downhill and uphill, there is not enough of a reprieve to notice the "cooling effect" a skier feels on a chairlift ride, for instance, Nelson said.
Cold weather and high altitude can add to the intensity of the workout, which can be a good thing for calorie burning.
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"I like cross-country skiing for a steady, sustained cardiovascular workout," Nelson said."And then the downhill is so much fun."
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"You can think about as little or as much as you want," Nelson said.
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