Five surprising things you probably didn’t know about exercise

Exercise – nature’s best medicine – can be used to treat, manage and prevent numerous health problems. Although you probably already know that exercise is good for you, read these five articles to learn about the lesser-known benefits of exercise, as well as how to move your body safely and effectively.

How to reduce chronic inflammation with exercise

Not only does chronic inflammation often cause joint pain, it also carries with it more serious health risks such as raising the risk of cancer and stroke. Although exercise is often thought of as something that causes inflammation, exercise actually reduces chronic inflammation. Check out this article to learn more about how exercise can minimize chronic inflammation.

Manage your osteoarthritis with Copeman Healthcare’s new mobility program

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and affects nearly 15% of Canada’s population. Sufferers of osteoarthritis experience many symptoms such as pain and stiffness. Copeman Healthcare now offers a program that uses exercise in order to manage osteoarthritis.

 

Boost your digestive health through exercise

Everybody knows that exercise is good for you. But did you know that exercise plays a crucial role in digestive health? Both the short and long term health benefits of regular exercise are explained in this article.

How to prevent age related muscle loss

Losing muscle and strength as you age can have a handful of adverse effects on your health. Luckily, there are a few clear and easy steps you can follow to minimize muscle loss. Read the following article to find out how you can continue feeling fit, healthy and strong as you age!

why you need to cool down after exercise

Why you need to cool-down after exercise

We all know you should warm-up before a workout to prevent injury, but what about cooling down? A proper cool-down is just as vital to a complete workout as the warm-up. Read on to find out the benefits of a cool-down and how to structure one for your next workout.

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