We were privileged to be joined once again by Dr. Lora Giangregorio from the University of Waterloo. As a brief recap, Dr. Giangregorio focuses her research on bone health and prevention of fractures and chronic diseases such as osteoporosis. This time Lora joins us to discuss the recent release of the new Canadian 24h movement guidelines. She played an important role in the creation of these guidelines, and so who better to share more information on the creation process, and to overview what we as health professionals should understand and be able to translate to anyone who may benefit from learning more.
Some of the topics we touch on in this episode include accessibility to guidelines, public outreach and knowledge translation, the inclusion of balance training for those aged 65 years and over, the utility and limitations of group fitness classes, and most importantly, being able to make physical activity relatable to anyone we happen to be working with.
If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out our first discussion with Dr. Giangregorio which is episode 9. For all other information and resources, be sure to visit us at www.thearme.ca, give our instagram page a follow @thearme.ca and we hope you enjoy today’s episode.
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