Making time in your day or just finding the desire to be active may not seem that important when you’re living with cancer. Source: Canadian Cancer Society
Research has shown people can train in temperatures in excess of minus 50 ° celsius without damaging their lungs! Source: CASEM ACMSE
The Cancer Recovery Program at Treloar Physio specializes in helping you use exercise to improve physical function and reduce side effects from cancer treatments. Source: Treloar Physiotherapy
Regular cardiorespiratory exercise sessions of at least 10 minutes in length can help you strengthen your heart, maintain independence and prevent chronic disease as you age. Source: Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging
This pilates-inspired workout video is suitable for people who have difficulty getting down on the floor and prefer the support of a chair. Some exercises are solely chair-based which is suitable for people unable to stand. Source: National Health Service
Being active is one of the best tools for managing diabetes every day. But you don’t have to spend hours at the gym. Being active means moving your body more and sitting less. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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