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    Sedentary Behaviour in the Workplace
    Blog: Sedentary Behaviour in the Workplace- Travis Saunders | Posted By: Travis Saunders, 21851 | Released: December 12, 2014, 8:22 am

    Travis Saunders, CSEP-CEP and writer for blog Obesity Panacea has recently uploaded a very helpful and informative video about sedentary behaviour in the workplace.

    Below is the video of a recent webinar on sedentary behaviour in the workplace, organized by the Physical Activity Resource Centre in

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    Exercise & Cancer: When, How and Where
    Blog: Daniel Santa Mina | Posted By: Elisa Zucconi | Released: November 12, 2014, 12:59 pm

    Contemporary discussions on strategies to optimize cancer survivorship include a high priority for the role of exercise. Exercise has shown to improve pre-, peri, and post-treatment physical and psychosocial wellbeing in many cancers during a variety of treatments.  The breadth of evidence describin

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    Memories of Bengt Saltin - a world leader in exercise and metabolic physiology
    Blog: Bengt tribute | Posted By: Terry Graham | Released: October 8, 2014, 8:55 am

    Memories of Bengt Saltin - a  world leader in exercise and metabolic physiology

    By Terry Graham, Editor Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism.

    The publisher and the Canadian Exercise Physiology Society (CSEP) have put together this blog tribute and we extend an invitation for all readers t

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    Tips from a CSEP CPT: How Exercise Can Save Your Life
    Blog: Tips from a CSEP-CPT | Posted By: Elisa Zucconi | Released: September 4, 2014, 12:47 pm

    Ruth-Anne Penner

    BESS, CSEP-CPT, NSCA-CSCS

    It makes me chuckle a bit when people tell me they don't need to exercise. Do they actually have a legitimate reason for believing that they don't need to exercise, or is it an excuse? Remember that an excuse is simply a lie we tell ourselves. So the ques

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    Taking a Stand: balancing the BENEFITS and RISKS of physical activity in children
    Blog: CSEP Position Stand | Posted By: Elisa Zucconi | Released: August 19, 2014, 7:07 am

    Article title:

    Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Position Stand: Benefit and Risk for Promoting Childhood Physical Activity

    Authors:  Patricia Longmuir, Rachel Colley, Mark Tremblay (CHEO Research Institute) and Valery Wherley  (Sacred Heart University).

    Ottawa, ON (19 August 2014) --