Jackson Sayers, B.Sc. (Kinesiology), discusses weight-assisted breathing drills.
The Health Benefits of Lettuce: featuring Sarah Ware, Registered Dietician.
Dr. Dan Ezekiel, MD, Family Physician, Sarah Ware, RD, Dietician and Nick Pratap, Exercise Physiologist, talk about the benefits of beets in overall health and weight management.
Home Exercise Program - Walking; Mr. Nick Pratap, BSc, Kin, Clinical Exercise Physiologist

What is Local Kinesiologist

A local kinesiologist is a wellness professional who has taken training in the science of human movement. They use a variety of approaches such as anatomy, biomechanics and physiology to treat patients with a wide range of conditions. If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you may benefit from working with a local kinesiologist. That’s because kinesiologists can help you understand how managing blood glucose levels, insulin and nutrition can improve your health. A local kinesiologist can also teach you more about how exercise can improve your blood sugar levels and your body’s sensitivity to insulin. A local kinesiologist may work with your local endocrinologist to help you manage your diabetes treatment

Your Local Kinesiologist may work closely with your local endocrinologist. Seeing a Local Kinesiologist in conjunction with a physiotherapist is often a good idea to treat diabetes conditions requiring  a Kinesiologist.

To increase the intensity and to work on your balance when you're doing a standing squat I like the really small flotation ball. It makes balancing so much more harder than even the large BOSU ball. So what I like to do is just get on that ball, get a nice pelvis position, get really comfortable there, and from there we simply start to do the squat.

And what you want to be thinking about is really focusing on your balance. Keep that ball in a nice steady position and get down into a nice full squat.

And from there we want to hold it, get very comfortable, stay in a nice balanced position, and then start to come up very slowly into a full position, not quite all the way up but right to about there and from there we can on a repeatable fashion, 10 to 15 reps and it's a very good exercise for working the squat muscles and working your balance. Presenter: Mr. Jackson Sayers, Kinesiologist, Vancouver, BC

Our calves and our Achilles are an often forgotten spot within our workout. With the amount of pressure we put on our feet on any given day with the shoes and the walking we do, it's really important to make sure that every time you do a workout that you at least do some calf raises and you do some stretches with calves by just leaning them in a down position, laying that Achilles stretch out, and then from a strengthening standpoint, you can do a calf raise that goes up and down.

Repetitions are 10 to 15. Don't be afraid to hold it up at the top and get a smaller little raise on top of that. And from a stretching standpoint, as I said before, just let the foot drag down, and let the Achilles and the calf stretch out. Presenter: Mr. Jackson Sayers, Kinesiologist, Vancouver, BC

 

 

Ryan Wight

Ryan Wight

RKin, CSEP-CEP
Kinesiologist
Stoney Creek, ON
Mr. Tim Battaglia

Mr. Tim Battaglia

EMBA Candidate
Kinesiologist
Hamilton, ON
Mr. Jeff Ransome

Mr. Jeff Ransome

BSc.Kin. NSCA-CSCS, ACSM.(ES), CSEP, ACE (PT) FaCT
Kinesiologist
Mississauga, ON
Megan Grantham

Megan Grantham

Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Mr. Zack Goodman

Mr. Zack Goodman

Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Mr. Nemanja Sambaher

Mr. Nemanja Sambaher

Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Katherine Wilson

Katherine Wilson

Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Dorothy Leung Leung

Dorothy Leung Leung

Kinesiologist
toronto, ON
Melissa Murphy

Melissa Murphy

Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Mr. Daryl Devonish

Mr. Daryl Devonish

Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS)
Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Lauren Hopkins

Lauren Hopkins

Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Angela Pereira

Angela Pereira

Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
James Murphy

James Murphy

Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Mark Chee-Aloy

Mark Chee-Aloy

RMT
Kinesiologist
Toronto, ON
Halle Bailey

Halle Bailey

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Territory Manager – Medical Compression Gestionnaire de territoire – Compression médicale
Kinesiologist
Brockville, ON
Marysa Smith

Marysa Smith

R.Kin.
Kinesiologist
Ottawa, ON
Mr. Duy Phung

Mr. Duy Phung

BSc
Kinesiologist
Montréal, QC
Mr. Omar Guessab

Mr. Omar Guessab

M.Sc.
Kinesiologist
Quebec City, QC
Cheryl Hamilton

Cheryl Hamilton

Kinesiologist
Halifax, NS
Rachel Francis

Rachel Francis

Kinesiologist
Calgary, AB
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