The Vancouver Chiropractor at Backs in Action has shared a detailed explanation of the guidelines
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) June 15, 2015
Backs in Action Wellness center has endorsed and explained the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology’s new guidelines for physical activity for adults in a new blog at http://goo.gl/vxYZBv. The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) is the principal body for physical activity, health and fitness research and personal training in Canada. They promote the generation, growth, synthesis, transfer and application of the highest quality research, education and training related to exercise physiology and science.
The Vancouver Chiropractor at Backs in Action has shared a detailed explanation of the guidelines, including numerous benefits of the guidelines that will materialize when people start following them regularly.
“Join a weekday community running or walking group, go for a brisk walk around the block after dinner or try a new sport,” states a company representative. “Don’t sit at your desk during your lunch or coffee break, go outdoors and get your body moving. Remember that a 10 minute bout has a significant positive impact on your health. There are so many ways to get some physical activity, you just have to put your mind to it and you’re off!”
Backs in Action Wellness Center has recommended the guidelines by giving an in-depth detail of all the benefits. In addition, readers can go through more resources, such as the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for Older Adults, to enhance their knowledge of the topic.
About Backs in Action
Backs in Action is a Vancouver Chiropractic and Massage Clinic that provides a wide range of services for its clients, which are all focused on helping to relieve pain and encourage a balanced and enjoyable life. The team at Backs in Action consists of passionate and committed individuals, who are all highly skilled in their areas of expertise. Backs in Action is located in Suite #203 at 1750 East 10th Avenue, in Vancouver, British Columbia. For more information call 604-876-9977 or visit the website http://backsinaction.ca.