Advice for a Healthier U
Posted on October 17, 2011 by Tia Lalani
Augustana Assistant Professor of Work Physiology, Dr. Robert Kell, presents Augustana Fitness Centre Information Sessions. The $5 sessions are free to Augustana Alumni and Fitness Centre Members! Exercise: How to Naturally Reduce the Effects of Aging: 7pm, November 29 Register here Sessions will be held at the Augustana Exercise Physiology Lab in the Edgeworth Centre. …
Exercise: How to Naturally Reduce the Effects of Aging: 7pm, November 29
Sessions will be held at the Augustana Exercise Physiology Lab in the Edgeworth Centre.
Exercise: How to naturally reduce the effects of aging.
Billions of dollars each year are spent on diets, skin creams, drugs, and skin treatments in the hope of looking and feeling younger. However, our body has its own naturally-occurring hormones which can help: the trick is changing the level of these hormones through natural means.
Discover the benefits of exercise, not just for making people feel and look younger, but for helping them live longer with a better quality of life. Exercise is a relatively inexpensive, easily accessible treatment program that is 100% guaranteed to deliver the results you want to achieve.
Robert Kell, Ph.D.
Dr. Kell is an Assistant Professor of work and exercise physiology at the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine’s Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta. Dr. Kell teaches courses in human physiology, exercise physiology, and strength training.
He is a co-author of the textbook Human Physiology: From Cells to System. More recently he co-authored a grade 11-12 physical education textbook, Personal Fitness: Faster, Stronger, Smarter. His research program focuses on physical training and conditioning, and musculoskeletal rehabilitation for a variety of athletes and non-athletes. He has worked extensively with high performance athletes, and persons suffering from chronic back pain.
Dr. Kell is involved with the Centre on Aging and Health (CAH) at the University of Regina, and is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
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