Date: 12/9/2020 4:00 – 4:30 PM EST
Webinar Description: Many of us have found ourselves more sedentary during the pandemic shut down, especially with the closing of gyms, yoga studios and other places where many of us (and our students) get our exercise, especially when it gets cold. Yet even if we are not exercising or doing our other routines, physical movement is still important to all of us for many reasons, both physical and mental. This brief session will introduce you some useful principles for physical activity that you can do at home without special equipment, including two key stretches for those of us who sit too much in front of a computer, as well as four kinds of activity to help provide a balanced workout appropriate for members of the Balance Section of the AALS. Our special guest will be Massachusetts Fitness Professional Tony Colesano, who has worked with me and my students to help learn his Three Laws of Motion, among other things. Come prepared to watch, but perhaps even to move, if you would like to do so.
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Lisle Baker, Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School
Lisle Baker is member of the Executive Committee of the Balance Section of the AALS. Professor Baker earned a Master of Applied Positive Psychology in 2016 from the University of Pennsylvania, and teaches Positive Psychology for Lawyers at Suffolk University Law School in BostonAssociate, Hill & Barlow (8 months leave of absence to work with public television), 1968-73; Associate Professor of Law, Suffolk, 1973-78; Professor of Law, since 1978; Visiting Researcher, Harvard Law School, 1984-1986; Master of Applied Positive Psychology, University of Pennsylvania (2016); Member, Phi Beta Kappa.
Anthony (Tony) Colesano, Fitness and Sports Medicine Professional, Crescendo Sport and Fitness
Anthony Colesano is a fitness and sports medicine professional who began his career with the New England Patriots. Tonys’ interest in training started with an ACL tear of his left knee as a sophomore at West Springfield High School in 1987. The time in the training room – the road to recovery – is where he learned there was something special about this field. In 2003, Tony created Crescendo Sport and Fitness, Inc. He started Crescendo with an opportunity at the Club at New Seabury where he served as the Director of Fitness for 14 years. In addition to his time at New Seabury, Tony has worked with many different youth and high school sports programs. Currently, he splits his time training clients in Boston at The Country Club in Brookline as well as in homes and different locations on Cape Cod.