An Activity For Everyonehealthy Active Living

An activity for everyonehealthy active living community

Active Living

An activity for everyonehealthy active living community

Most of us already know the importance of active living. Physical activity increases energy levels, helps us handle stress better and strengthens the heart and lungs - all important aspects of healthy living. The result is a better quality of life for people of all ages. Yet less than half of Manitobans engage in enough physical activity to improve their health.

By providing information, education, programs and services through agencies across the province, the provincial government supports Manitobans to become physically active. Looking for more information? Follow the links below for helpful information on active living and physical activity.

An activity for everyonehealthy active living community

An Activity For Everyonehealthy Active Living Facilities

Keeping bones, joints, and muscles healthy can help ensure that you’re able to do your daily activities and be physically active. Doing aerobic, muscle-strengthening, and bone-strengthening physical activity at a moderately-intense level can slow the loss of bone density that comes with age. Physical activity plays an important role in your health, well-being and quality of life. Improve your health by being active as part of a healthy lifestyle. Be active at least 2.5 hours a week to achieve health benefits. Focus on moderate to vigorous aerobic activity throughout each week, broken into sessions of 10 minutes or more. We are keeping healthier and living longer and I am a good example of someone who is in the Age Concern bracket but is still working and keeping active. Active Living Every Day (ALED) About the program: Active Living Every Day (ALED) is a behavior change program that offers different options to traditional exercise programs to help participants overcome their barriers to physical activity. Aurora Parks, Trails, and REcreation The Aurora community is healthy, engaged, proud and included as a result of the Parks & Recreation Services Department’s emphasis on lifelong active and healthy lifestyles for everyone.