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Bootcamp for teen need help!?

Bootcamp for teen need help!?

Several: Boot camp is usually the last resort for a recalcitrant teen, before partial foster care. It's best to work up through levels of intensity of care to get to this point. Start with pediatrician, then psychologist, psychiatrist, behavioral home care, then intensive outpatient therapy, then inpatient then boot camp if all previous fail. Rarely gets to that point. Good luck and stay calm. ...Read more

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Help finding a child bootcamp for a threat to society?

Help finding a child bootcamp for a threat to society?

Seek evaluation: If the child has not had a good psychiatric/psychological evaluation and therapy efforts, then consider pursuing these. The child may have a treatable condition. Mental health personnel in your area may inform you of resources available to assist you and the child. ...Read more

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What are some ways to improve my push-ups before bootcamp?

What are some ways to improve my push-ups before bootcamp?

Form & repetition: Learn and develop good form. On toes, back straight, head straight, even with back. Hands flat, out from and even with shoulders. Practice lowering until chest almost touches floor and raising until elbows straight. Do slowly to develop form and strength. Then practice going faster, but maintaining form, to get repetitions. Practice in am and again in pm. Start slowly and build. You will improve. ...Read more

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Im a bootcamp junkie with a rhr of 48. I currently have all the symptoms of a bulgingdisc pinched nerve. What exercises can I do till im all better?

Im a bootcamp junkie with a rhr of 48. I currently have all the symptoms of a bulgingdisc pinched nerve. What exercises can I do till im all better?

Low impact.: High impact exercises like running, extreme sports and most work out videos (like p90x) will probably aggravate your back and prolong your recovery from your bulging disk. I would recommend low impact exercise, yoga, core strengthening. You should also try mackenzie exercises for back. ...Read more

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What to do if I broke my leg at bootcamp how much disability do I get?

What to do if I broke my leg at bootcamp how much disability do I get?

You can look at : the Code of Federal Regulations 38. Having fractured a leg doesn't automatically entitle a person to disability. It must be determined to be service connected and there must be some sequella or impairment. ...Read more

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What are some ways to get a grant for boot camp?

What are some ways to get a grant for boot camp?

Recruit Training: If by " boot camp" you are referring to military indoctrination training (recruit training) - they pay you. You don't need a grant to enter the armed forces. ...Read more

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How can I lose 10 pounds in 2 weeks for boot camp?

How can I lose 10 pounds in 2 weeks for boot camp?

Eat right , exercise: Drink plenty of water. You may want to consider Atkins like diet. If you want to discuss more, I'm available for Concierge appointment. ...Read more

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What can a 5 week exercise boot camp do to my body?

What can a 5 week exercise boot camp do to my body?

Help or hurt: Boot camps are physically demanding though they can dramatically improve strength, stamina and conditioning if properly supervised. There is risk of injury and before taking on such a vigorous approach to exercise or any exercise program it is wise to consult your family physician first. ...Read more

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Best value for health boot camp to attend?

Best  value   for  health  boot  camp   to   attend?

Shopping?: Your question suggests you're having problems with a recalcitrant adolescent. If so, before sending them off to boot camp, you may wish to consider counseling and a visit to your doctor to be sure there no underlying causes for the misbehavior. Drug use is a common problem in this area. As are learning problems. ...Read more

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What are some ways to physically prepare for boot camp?

What are some ways to physically prepare for boot camp?

Pt: Start training early! ensure you meet entry level weight requirements. Ensure you can swim if entering the navy. Ensure you can do multiple repetitions of pullups from a dead hang (no kipping). Sits ups, flutter kicks, hello darlings, jumping jacks, stretching, aerobics, stretching and running! good luck. ...Read more