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Donna Papacosta interviewed Deana Mercier after she presented on Workplace Wellness to the April 13, 2010, HPCA meeting

Donna Papacosta interviewed Deana Mercier after she presented on Workplace Wellness to the April 13, 2010, HPCA meeting

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  • Workplace Wellness for the Home Office with Deana Mercier as presented April 13, 2010
  • HPCA Meeting, April 13, 2010
  • Deana Mercier Registered Physiotherapist with degrees in Kinesiology, Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology and 18 years experience as a personal trainer
  • Canada Activity Guide
    • Cardiovascular / Aerobic Fitness
    • Strength
    • Balance
    • Flexibility
  • For More Information http:// www.csep.ca/english/view.asp?x =723
  • A Variety of Exercises
  • FITT Principle
    • Frequency
      • 2-7 days per week
    • Intensity
      • Moderate to vigorous
    • Type
      • Flexibility, strength, endurance, balance
    • Time
      • 10 min sessions for a total of 30 to 60 minutes
  • Exercise in Your Chairs!
  • Move Every 30 Minutes
  • Resources Online
    • Reminder that comes up on screen to remind you to move
    • http://www.fitness-break.com
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    • Log book to keep track of your activity levels
    • http://centre4activeliving.ca/workplace/en/index.html
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    • Aging and physical activity: evidence to develop exercise recommendations for older adults
    • http://article.pubs.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/RPAS/rpv?hm=HInit&calyLang=eng&journal=apnm&volume=32&afpf=h07-111.pdf
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    • Canada’s Activity guide
    • http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/hp-ps/hl-mvs/pag-gap/pdf/guide-eng.pdf
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    • Office workout with Bob
    • http://officeworkout.msn.com
  • Credits