#WeAreHiring ! Do you live in (or know someone that lives in) the #Oneonta area? Are you interested in health education, affordable & accessible healthcare, and reproductive justice?
Apply to join the education team here at Family Planning! •
The Community Educator participates in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of the Education Department’s programs, activities and special projects. •
Perks: the opportunity to educate and talk about healthy relationships, safe sex, contraceptive options, gender and sexuality, and genital anatomy to your heart's content! WOW, right???
• Bachelor’s degree in community health, primary or secondary education, psychology, social work, counseling or other related health or education fields
• Basic knowledge of HIV/AIDS, STD's/STI's, teen pregnancy and family planning
• Experience in education/community outreach
• Experience working with adolescents
Fully paid health and dental insurance. EOE.
Please email cover letter and resume to Director of Education Andrea Guccia at email@example.com. •
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Link below and in my bio!
The hardest part of going to the gym for the first time? Figuring out what to do.
The gym can be intimidating and daunting, and it's hard to know exactly how to get started. Newcomers to the gym know all about pushups and bicep curls and situps, but it's not always easy to figure out what exercise to do first, or how to arrange a workout.
And that's the point of this workout from trainer Sean Garner. Garner builds the ultimate introductory workout for first-time gym-goers, presenting you with the critical exercises that you should do and how to do them. All you need is a pair of dumbbells.
What should you do if you're a gym first-timer? Don't walk up to any of the big machines, but instead, go straight to the dumbbells. Start with your legs, but don't do those glory moves such as deadlifts or heavy squats. And don't expect to do any pushups in this routine, either.
You'll start with split squats, then train your back with bent-over dumbbell rows, then work your glutes and hamstrings with weighted hip thrusts, and finally your arms with alternating overhead presses.
Directions: Do 8-12 reps of each exercise in the video above. Perform 3-4 rounds of this circuit, resting as needed.
1. Split squat
2. Bent-over dumbbell row
3. Dumbbell hip thrust
4. Half-kneeling overhead press
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