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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2A The redar Kapids Gazette: Sun., July 1974 The Fitness Craze Two YM Outings Still Available Exercise: Is It Necessary or Not? Snider, science editor o; the Chicago Da ilv News and i nnc r of the American Medictil Atsn. medical journalism. ira. lie Invert rjranrtina, An- 11.1 M i c h e 1 s. from U'amla Mnoif Total S ISiiclcct Yd to IIP raised .Most In Cities WASHINGTON -By the year i 2MO, it is estimated. 8f> "I Americans will be living in metropolitan areas, according lo the now National Geographic .Society bonk. "Life in Rural 5.00 5.00 01 liiopi'tik- sur- geon James K. .Nixon. Bicycling has become an ao tiviu bonk-ring on a national The Institute of AnU'i'K'u estimates that bk-u-les ;ti ieas! OIHV a u-ar Km' the lirst tune since I8IC. Americans are purchasing more bicycles than riili's, am! tin percent of the bikes are sold m adults. The President's t'onncil on Physical Kitm'ss ami Spurts released a sunev in M.iv, showing that (ill million American adults engage in sports for exercise ias tip- posed hi rci-realioin. .More than IS milii.Mi ride bicycles. 14 iinlliun swim, 1-1 million do I'.jiiMUrlllcS. i.i. llmuuli pun U-imis. and (i 5 minion joii. Asked wiiy ihey in these sports, exercisers in- variably cited a concern health. Xeariy hah" ex- plained. "It's sood for my iu-an MI- "i can breatiie bet- ter." and -ti percent said tiiey "felt better." Anotlier -ii peirent, nuistlv uomen. confessed thov wanied tn lose Hfifjht aiul flatten their stomachs. I'nspoken hut implicit was she desire of many to r.'lieve tensions nat- urally rather than by gulping pills. Some business and industrial leaders say exercise is an ex- hilaratiiii; experience in self- discipline. Frederick li. Mev- 9 Pfioto by Duarie Creek MANY in Cedar Rapids follow regular exercise rou- tines. Dave Diehl, 2741 B avenue NE, runs two miles a day to stay in shape for football which he plays at Northeast Missouri State university. He is running on the Regis high school track. t-t. M-uiur of tin- Tyler Corp. in Dallas, en- courages running on the part of his executives in the belief that it will help them brini; more self-discipline to the job. Zenith Corp in ns executives health cluli memberships and re- quires them M work out three times a weo-k on treadmills, bicycles and rowing! machines. "We have a loi invested in these explains John Post, tiic company's medical fiirtYti.T. "There is a lot of pressure in business and we want to make sure that when one of them is on the run, he'll be able to get to the fin- ish line." The passion for vim and vigor has not engulfed even-- one, however. There are slill many who subscribe to the put down attributed to educa- tor Hubert M. 11 u t c li i u s: "Whenever 1 feel like exer- cise. 1 lie down until the feel- ing passes." (loos every physician advocate exercise as a key to health. Peter Steincrohn, a Florida cardiologist, contends that exercise is necessary only for growing children, young adults, and those re- j covering from injury or ill- j ness. "Middle-aged nerves and muscles require relaxation, not he advises. "R a i sing the pulse rate through exercise is a foolish expenditure of heartbeats." Others seem to agree. An- other skeptic, Frank P. Fos- ter of the Lahey clinic in Bos- ton, says athletics and physi- cal-fitness programs are "in danger of becoming a patri- otic enigma wrapped in tra- dition, misinformation and foggy thinking. Many people who never exercise live to a ripe old age." Even the American Medi- cal Assn. (AMA) says not ev- eryone needs exercise: An ac- tive person may require little, if any, additional exercise to maintain fitness. Nevertheless, mounting evi- dence tends to support the be- lief that physical lactivity pre- vents, or at least postpones, the onset of heart attacks, which account for deaths each year in the U. S. Much data has been gathered by comparing people who work in sedentary jobs with those in more physically ac- tive occupations. The first survey to attract wide attention compared 000 bus drivers and conductors who worked on the double- deck red buses and trolleys in London. Jeremy N. Mor- ris, a doctor, and his asso- ciates found in 1956 that heart attacks caused 30 percent few- er deaths among the conduc- loi x wnu KOI up anil tumii Stan's fares. among tile drivers, wiin sal at tile steering wheel all day. They later confirmed this tlatii in a similar study on sedentary postal clerks and uutknig mail earner.; In their most recem study of ciul servants, reported in ItC.'t. the British scientists showed that leisure- lime work promoted heari health. Tile work included Mnig in a garden, shoveling snow, sawing, cycling, and taking brisk walks of at lea.-.! iiO minutes on hilly terrain. A I'niversity of .Minnesota research team determined in that the age-adjusted mortality rale for heart dis- ease is 5.7 per 1.000 persons for sedentary railroad clerks. for moderately active switchmen, and 2.8 for the section men Mho perform more hard labor. Similar com- parisons in San Francisco showed that heart disease killed about 30 percent fewer longshoremen than office workers. .v Muth 111.toe lit t. oii.ula showed that business execu lues, lawyers, judges, and phjsicians had 5.7 times as many coronary deaths as farmers, miners and laborers. And a 1'JBT Harvard imiver- SUld) 01 pairs ,t lliid- brothers born ill Ire- land also showed that exercise was tiie imponan! fac- in holding down the in- cidence of heart disease. In each case studied, one brother immigrated to the Boston am while the oilier remained in Ireland. These who slaved in Ireland re- mained in farming while their Boston brothers became city dwellers, most of them with si'denlary jobs. The Irish tanners got more exercise, since their farms are not high- ly and niosr of them still walk or ride bicy- cles to town. .Most of ihe ROM- Ion group owned cars and rode to work on public transporta- lion. (Monday: .logging Away from Heart Attacks.) i Advance registrations can still'combing. OM. including bus !be made this week for Ihe Cen- is per i Koiulli outiiiL; uill lie n .'U iral branch VMC A s lli.id summer ViHitlt uutiii- !ur IKIVS and aged li lo 17. ln Cedar Kapids July 17. Cost is The third outing, an all-day cents to llannt'ii lake near i nuinisie; in eilin-i i< seheddlod i'or botii trips are itnited lo Wednesday. Trip bus uill euiitael I'mgiam Director Larry tlie t'enira! V at a.m. and l.inx at return at 3 p.m. Aetivities will include swim- mini' hiking and iM-aeii- Central V Drive Safely FANTASTIC! knows you ran ex- IHT! to pay up to SIS to fur a arranged roses-foul this week at willy's uiu can yet 1 UOZ. "FORKVEK VOIKS" ROSES AliHA.NCKI) IN HOWL, Designs! 3501 1st Ave. SE Delivery Scrvicc-363-2675-Opcn Mon. thru Sat. The Mount Mercy-Kirkwooci Summer Consotlium is in ils Ihird year of providing great educotional opportunities for" eastern lowans. Three sessions, two of a five week durolion, and one of a ten week duralion, will be offered. Both Mount Mercy and Kirkwood are fully accredited colleges and credits con generally be transferred to any other accredifed institution. Kirkwood Registration Procedures: Kirk- wood sludenls will register on July 1 5 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. in the Kirk- wood Registrar's office. Far further information, contact: Director of Admissions Kirkwood Community College P.O. Box 2068 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 398-5517 Mount Mercy registration Procedures: Students registering for Maunl Mercy courses may do so either at the Kirkwood or Mount Mercy Registrar's office during daily business hours of 8 p.m. This is an ongoing registration procedure. For further information, contact: Director of Admissions Mount Mercy College 1330 Elmhurst Drive N.E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402 363-8213 Ext. 21 i.OO IN PROGRESS Our Great Semi- Annual Sale It's here! One of two times each year that you can buy very large percentage of our style right quality merchandise at prices that mean a big savings to you. No special purchase merchandise, no seconds, no close out stocks; just our regular wanted goods at reduced prices. Be here soon for best selection. Yon arc sure to find what you want and need. We're waiting to help you select. 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