ARTICLE: IN 'SCREENAGERS,' WHAT TO DO ABOUT TOO MUCH SCREEN TIME

CrossFit:

Rx:
Mins 1 & 2: 400m Run + AMRAP OHS, 95-115/65-75
Min 3: Rest
Mins 4 & 5: 35/25 Calorie Row + AMRAP Wall Balls, 20/14
Min 6: Rest
Mins 7 & 8: 400m Run + AMRAP HSPU
Mins 9: Rest
Mins 10 & 11: 35/25 Calorie Row + AMRAP OHS, 135/95
Min 12: Rest
Mins 13 & 14: 400m Run + AMRAP Wall Balls, 20/14
Min 15: Rest
Mins 16 & 17: 35/25 Calorie Row + AMRAP HSPU

Competition:
Mins 1 & 2: 300m Run + AMRAP OHS, 95-115/65-75
Min 3: Rest
Mins 4 & 5: 30/20 Calorie Row + AMRAP Wall Balls, 20/14
Min 6: Rest
Mins 7 & 8: 300m Run + AMRAP HSPU
Mins 9: Rest
Mins 10 & 11: 30/20 Calorie Row + AMRAP OHS, 95-115/65-75
Min 12: Rest
Mins 13 & 14: 300m Run + AMRAP Wall Balls, 20/14
Min 15: Rest
Mins 16 & 17: 30/20 Calorie Row + AMRAP HSPU

Performance:
Mins 1 & 2: 200m Run + AMRAP OHS, 65-75/45-55
Min 3: Rest
Mins 4 & 5: 25/15 Calorie Row + AMRAP Wall Balls, 14/10
Min 6: Rest
Mins 7 & 8: 200m Run + AMRAP DB Push Press
Mins 9: Rest
Mins 10 & 11: 25/15 Calorie Row + AMRAP OHS, 65-75/45-55
Min 12: Rest
Mins 13 & 14: 200m Run + AMRAP Wall Balls, 14/10
Min 15: Rest
Mins 16 & 17: 25/15 Calorie Row + AMRAP DB Push Press

Fitness:
Mins 1 & 2: 150m Run + AMRAP OHS, 35-45/25-35
Min 3: Rest
Mins 4 & 5: 20/10 Calorie Row + AMRAP Wall Balls, 10/6
Min 6: Rest
Mins 7 & 8: 150m Run + AMRAP DB Push Press
Mins 9: Rest
Mins 10 & 11: 20/10 Calorie Row + AMRAP OHS, 35-45/25-35
Min 12: Rest
Mins 13 & 14: 150m Run + AMRAP Wall Balls, 10/6
Min 15: Rest
Mins 16 & 17: 20/10 Calorie Row + AMRAP DB Push Press

Article:

In the new documentary “Screenagers,” children can’t resist the pull of electronic devices, and parents don’t know what to do about it.

Sound familiar?

The average child in America spends more time consuming electronic media than going to school, with many teenagers going online “almost constantly.” And parents aren’t necessarily being good role models. A British study showed that while six in 10 parents worried that their children spend too much time in front of a screen, seven in 10 children worry that their parents are the ones who are plugged in and tuned out.

Dr. Delaney Ruston, the director of “Screenagers” and a physician serving as filmmaker in residence at Stony Brook Medicine in New York, says that screen time remains a topic that’s often contentious and downright confusing. I spoke with Dr. Ruston about her own family’s messy struggles with digital distractions, and about the surprising insights she learned making this film. Here’s an edited version of our conversation. Read More http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/03/15/in-screenagers-what-to-do-about-too-much-screen-time/?ref=health&_r=0