Football Chiropractor: Daily Walking is Nature’s Anti-Aging Antidote


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Dr. Dwight Chapin, team chiropractor for the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts, and clinic director of High Point Wellness Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, discusses how walking combats aging in an article published in The Globe and Mail on August 9, 2016.

Daily walking is the best anti-aging prescription outlines how to start walking regularly, stay motivated, and get the most benefit from your walks.

You can follow Dr. Chapin on Twitter @HighPtWellness.


Intensify Your Walk — Fitbit Blog Video


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Feeling a bit more energetic on your walk than usual? Or a little bored? Well, add a bit of intensity and variety with a few exercises. Lara Rosenbaum, Fitbit fitness editor, shows you how. Adding a few bodyweight moves to … Continue reading

High-Intensity Interval Training Can Start with Walking


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You’ve probably heard all about the amazing benefits of high-intensity interval training — faster fat burning and increased calorie burn both during your workout and for hours after among them. But the simple fact is that some of the exercises … Continue reading

Culture Walks


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Looking for more ways to boost your memory power? Well, if walking can help prevent memory loss as noted in the previous post, imagine what walking and learning at the same time will do. Many communities provide initiatives that combine … Continue reading

Study: Walking Can Reduce Memory Loss


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A recently published study found that any type and level of activity, such as walking, can reduce memory loss. The catch is that you can’t wait until you start losing your memory. You have to start by at least middle … Continue reading

Your Body & Walking Uphill — Fitbit Video


Hiking is more than just a way to get your steps in—it torches 50% more calories than a brisk stroll around your neighborhood. Taking your strides uphill and outside packs a punch as a workout and offers surprising health benefits. … Continue reading

Rise Up! Sitting Too Much is Killing Us


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ParticipACTION released a survey during Sneak It In Week (April 4-8) that showed Canadians are worried that they sit too much. They’re right to be concerned. Sixty-three per cent of Canadian office workers are worried about sitting too much according … Continue reading