The more physically active you are, and the higher the intensity of that activity, the greater the reduction in colon cancer risk. The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology recommends accumulating at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each week.
Messages about exercise constantly barrage us. It is easy to think exercise is complex, takes a long time, or that it requires certain gadgets to be effective.
It is wise to “warm up” our muscles with daily exercises to lower our risk for injury after months of winter exercise hibernation.
Finally winter is gone. This is the perfect opportunity to get out of the glare of your computer glow an the dull light of your television and make the switch to the great outdoors.
Osteoporosis can be prevented and managed through pharmacologic interventions, nutrition and physical activity. Our focus in physiotherapy is to promote physical activity.
Golf may not be a vigorous aerobic workout, however it is not a game for the ‘un-fit’ individual. Golf requires a great deal of flexibility, coordination, strength and balance
For those who have been diagnosed with cancer, what role does exercise play in recovery & survivorship thereafter? Research points to positive effects.
What’s the best type of exercise to accomplish a stronger and healthier heart? Is one form of aerobic exercise better than another?
One of the cheapest and most effective ways to strengthen the heart muscle and improve blood flow throughout the body is through regular exercise.
Physical inactivity is a risk factor for heart disease. The FITT Principle is a set of rules that can help you maximize the heart healthy benefits you receive from exercise.