You don’t need a marching band to help you walk tall. High knee marching loosens your back and legs, gets your blood pumping and builds a more stable walk over time. Done regularly, it is a simple exercise that has big rewards — less pain, more endurance and the ability to keep doing the everyday

Attention! Spring and Summer are fast approaching.  With these warmer months comes the opportunity to get outside and get some much needed exercise.   You should definitely consider taking your child swimming.  Experts agree that swimming offers plenty of benefits for kids with Autism.  Swimming can ease repetitive behaviors and also help your child build social

iPad Apps for Coaching

Monday, 24 March 2014 by

The iPad has unique features that made it ideal for using in a gym or classroom setting. If you’re considering an iPad for your gym or classroom, here are apps you might consider to help you stay organized:   Attendance and Team Organization For a gym or classroom, the apps below will help you get

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iPad Apps for Fitness

Monday, 24 March 2014 by

The iPad has unique features that made it ideal for using in a gym or classroom setting. Here are fitness apps for the iPad you might consider to keep your class or group moving:   Workouts The iPad is an amazing tool that can be incorporated into your gym or classroom. Below are some of

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The iPad has unique features that made it perfect for using in a gym or classroom setting. Its gyroscope and accelerometer make fitness apps like Foov at the Ballpark possible. The iPad’s portability makes apps like ours that much more accessible – in an individual or a group setting. The Guided Access setting means that

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Guided Access Setting on iPad

Friday, 14 March 2014 by

There are a lot of options under iPad Settings that most of us don’t use and are unaware of. To make your experience with Foov at the Ballpark more enjoyable, we’d like you to teach you how to enable one setting in particular. The Guided Access setting keeps your iPad in a single app, in

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Getting Warmer

Wednesday, 05 March 2014 by

So, you’re ready to jump into “the game” – your Foov at the Ballpark or another workout – and, like most of us, you probably only have limited time. Should you skip your warm-up and just get started? No, say the experts.   Warming up is an essential part of your work out. There are

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Before using Foov

Friday, 31 January 2014 by

Welcome to Foov at the Ballpark!   Movement is the goal of the app! With that in mind, we don’t want to bog you down with lots of rules to read through. However, we thought it would be helpful to help get you in the right state of mind. Before you start moving with Foov,

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Thursday, 12 December 2013 by

What makes FOOV so effective? In addition to being FUN, FOOV also provides a well-balanced workout with four key elements: flexibility, aerobics, balance and strength.   Flexibility – Some of us are born with natural flexibility, others of us have to work on it daily with stretches. Flexibility is important because it allows us to

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Bad habits are hard to break, but the reverse is true too. Good habits, once engrained are also hard to break. Starting healthy eating guidelines with kids when they are young is a good way to set them on a lifetime path of healthy eating. With kids, you never know what is going to stick.