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How to be Active at Home | Challenge 5

How to be Active at Home | Challenge 5

It's time to hit the reset button.  Prolonged periods of inactivity can have dramatic and detrimental effects on your health. Research shows that people who are inactive are at a 17-25% greater risk of dying earlier than active people of the same age.  Furthermore,...

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The wonders of walking | Challenge 4

The wonders of walking | Challenge 4

Not everyone enjoys running or cycling, but most of us can walk. The return on the investment of walking is a form of exercise can be profound in terms of physical and mental benefits. Additionally, walking can help clear your head to offset ‘cabin fever’ and improve...

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Get Moving | Challenge 2

Get Moving | Challenge 2

We need to get moving! Many of us are working from home or spending hours tied to a computer for work, leading to a sedentary lifestyle!  Presently, I am working remotely like many of you, which requires less walking, and generally less activity.  The number...

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Keeping Active | Challenge 1

Keeping Active | Challenge 1

Keeping Active | Challenge 1 What is the best and most efficient way to stay or become strong, active and mentally healthy? Exercise (even a single bout) can boost your immune system, can aid in your recovery from viruses and infection, and is a powerful tool to...

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Can you delay strength loss as you age?

Can you delay strength loss as you age?

One consequence of growing older is the decline in muscle strength and power, particularly in leg and arm muscles. However, research illustrates that decline in strength can be delayed in older adults with a consistent and purposeful strength training effort.

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Is exercise for weight loss overrated?

Is exercise for weight loss overrated?

There are mountains of evidence that reveal numerous health benefits of physical exercise. It has a positive effect on all the major systems of the human body. But exercise, by itself, is not always the ‘silver bullet’ to achieve the goal of weight loss — particularly in older adults.

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Preparing for a total knee replacement

Preparing for a total knee replacement

Evidence shows that preoperative therapy for patients undergoing total knee replacement has a positive impact on early postoperative recovery.  And patients that prepare for knee surgery by strengthening muscles and improving flexibility tend to experience less pain, improved physical function more quickly, and reduced hospital stays. Read more about how to prepare for a total knee replacement procedure!

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Should you worry about knee pain?

Should you worry about knee pain?

Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) describes discomfort around the knee joint in the vicinity of the kneecap. Despite effective conservative treatments such as stretching and strengthening, many people with this injury stop participating in physical activities. Read more to learn about this condition and how you can bounce back from knee pain!

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How to avoid exercise-related injuries

How to avoid exercise-related injuries

Sustaining a physical injury while exercising can occur when you begin a new exercise program or return to exercise after a hiatus. Yet you can avoid exercise-related injuries by practicing smart strategies. Read more in this article to learn about the “HOW” of exercising sensibly!

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