Movement for Good Health

March 31, 2020

          Movement for Good Health – 10 May 2020

Normally, the South African Society of Physiotherapy celebrates Movement for Good Health around 10 May. But this year, they have moved this celebration forward. Because we’re all stuck at home and asking ourselves, how do we keep ourselves from losing condition?

Not a problem. You can – and must – move for good health in your own home. And what better opportunity to share these tips with your patients and the general public too!

Check out these resources :

These outline what we are encouraging people to do on a daily basis in order to include NEAT, or Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis – energy expenditure that’s associated with spontaneous movement, not planned physical exercise.

If it is planned physical exercise ideas you are after, be sure to follow the many tips, ideas and links that will be shared via social media over the next few weeks.

Stay safe and keeping moving for good health – at home that is!

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