MCA Health and
Fitness All-Stars

Professional baseball players know the importance of maintaining their fitness level. Children need help to learn that staying active and eating the right things can make them better baseball players, or computer programmers, or whatever they like to do.

MCA Fitness Allstars

Medical Center Arlington and the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation designed these exercise videos to supplement 5th grade physical education curriculum and motivate kids to eat healthier, get moving, and live a healthy lifestyle. These exercise videos star trainer, Terry Williams, M. Ed., CSCS, and Arlington ISD students. Each video focuses on one muscle group, plus a segment on nutrition. The videos can be split up into one chapter per class, or it can be watched all the way through.

Medical Center Arlington, the Official Hospital of the Texas Rangers, encourages you to incorporate these workouts into your classroom. Have fun and break a sweat!

Nutrition Instruction

This Nutrition video is designed to motivate students to eat healthier and live a healthy lifestyle.

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Upper Body Workout

This Upper Body exercise video is designed to motivate students to get moving and live a healthy lifestyle.

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Lower Body Workout

This Lower Body exercise video is designed to motivate students to get moving and live a healthy lifestyle.

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Cardio Workout

This Cardio exercise video is designed to motivate students to get moving and live a healthy lifestyle.

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Core/Abs Workout

This Core/Abs exercise video is designed to motivate students to get moving and live a healthy lifestyle.

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The Texas Rangers MCA Fitness All-Stars project is a joint outreach vehicle of the Medical Center of Arlington, the Arlington Independent School District, and the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation.

Rangers Captain is the official mascot of the Texas Rangers Baseball Club, and, he asked us to point out, an excellent dancer. Medical Center of Arlington is the Official Hospital of the Texas Rangers and, they asked us to point out, an excellent place to rehabilitate any injuries sustained while dancing on dugouts.