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How much exercise do you need in a week?

Did you know that adults aged 18-64 require 150 minutes of moderate to vigourous aerobic physical activity per week? It is reccomended that 2 days of your week involve strength training. These guidelines are in place to help the average adult keep physically active and reduce the risks of developing high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis and much more.

What are your exercise goals?

We can help you! Whether your goal is to rehabilitate from an injury, improve your strength, improve your cardiovascular health or any other fitness goal, our personal trainers will take you through an exercise plan and help you develop S.M.A.R.T. goals to get you to where you want to be. Our personal trainers, Mohamad Chkeir and Julia de Reijke work closely with our physiotherapists and chiropractor to help create the optimal program to improve your fitness, health and well-being.

For more information on the physical activity guidelines set out by the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology for everyone from early years (0-4 years) to older adults (65+ years) click here. These guidelines are in place to ensure that each age group meets the minimum requirements to optimize their health and reduce the risk of serious injuries or health complications.

Early Years (0 4 Years)
Early Years (0 4 Years)
Children (5 11 Years)
Youth (12 17 Years)
Adults (18 64 Years)
Older Adults (65+ Years)
Early Years (0 4 Years)Children (5 11 Years)Youth (12 17 Years)Adults (18 64 Years)Older Adults (65+ Years)
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