HPC Physical Well-being Series: Safely and Sustainably Increase Your Activity Levels

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After the holiday season, many of us may be trying to get back into our typical routines and start incorporating more physical activity into our day-to-day. But it may be overwhelming to try and find where to start safely in a way that feels good for your body and also is sustainable in the long term. 

Join HPC's physiotherapy experts to learn how to safely increase your physical activity levels during the winter months! In this talk facilitators will:

  • provide practical and manageable ways to increase physical activity
  • discuss how increasing activity looks different depending on the type of activity (i.e. strength training vs aerobic training)
  • share different activity options for the outdoors vs going to the gym
  • answer attendee questions related to the topic

Register now! You can submit questions when your register that will be answered during the talks.

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About the HPC

Providing high-performance injury recovery right in the heart of campus. The Health and Performance Centre (HPC) is located in the J.T. Powell Building and prevents and treats sports and activity-related injuries for the University of Guelph and the surrounding community. Whether you are a recreationally active or an elite competitive athlete, their collaborative team of skilled practitioners will provide specialized care to help you perform at your best.

Learn more about the HPC and what they offer!

HPC Services that U of G employees can access include: 

  • Physiotherapy
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Massage Therapy
  • Naturopathic Medicine
  • Pedorthics & Orthotics
  • Sports Medicine
  • Concussion Recovery

Faculty and staff are encouraged to review their benefits coverage to better understand your coverage for HPC services

The HPC Physical Well-being Series is a collaboration between Wellness@Work and the University of Guelph's Health & Performance Centre. The series will consist of a number of talks by HPC practitioners related to topics that support your physical well-being. 

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