Sep 28th, 2018
We all love to move. It’s innate, intrinsic to life. Just watch kids at play.
How many of us, as adults, move with as much joy, curiosity, and as engaged with life as we did as kids?
Modern movement science is reshaping our understanding of the primacy of movement for a happy and healthy human existence. It’s changing the way we think about fitness, exercise, and overall wellness.
Our modern world, with all its conveniences, is significantly lacking in movement. Sitting, driving, phones, computers - They all take their toll. Neck pain, back pain, foot pain, joint pain, repetitive strain, and more.
You might already be taking care of your nutrition and food, but isn't it time to look at your 'movement nutrition,' as well?
Our overall daily activity is just as important as our balanced diet- we want a variety of the good stuff, whether it's food or movement.----more----
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Movement as Medicine Links
- Michelle Bouvier (interviewer) - MichelleBouvier.com
- Galina talks about 'furniture free here at EatMoveLive52.com/MovementAsMedicine
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