Dangerous Trends of Inactivity

by Andre Noel Potvin |   Date Released : 16 May 2001
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Andre Noel Potvin

About the author: Andre Noel Potvin

André Noël Potvin is a fitness educator and rehabilitation exercise specialist with 22 years of leadership experience and 13 years of specialization in clinical exercise and post injury rehabilitation. He is currently managing partner of EnerChanges Medical, Health, Wellness and Fitness Clinic in Vancouver. André holds a M.Sc. in cardiac rehabilitation from the University of British Columbia, where he served for four years on the teaching faculty of the School of Human Kinetics. He is a certified Clinical Exercise Specialist (CES) of the American Council on Exercise and an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). André is also founding president and owner of INFOFIT Educators School for Fitness Professionals and a BCRPA Trainer of Leaders. Andre was awarded as the BCRPA Program Director of the Year for 2008. He is frequently invited to lecture at international certification and continuing education seminars for personal trainers, chiropractors, physiotherapists and registered kinesiologists.

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Price, Diane | 30 Jul 2012, 18:27 PM

May I suggest wherever we see that conditions are inherited as in CHD we must consider that we inherit our Parent's and Granparent's diets so therefore we do have some control over the influence to effective change. We all have pre-disposition, but our diets has the most macro and micro effects on us at cell levels. WE MUST ALL CONSIDER OUR DIETS AT CELL LEVEL! Di Price. Newham Leisure Centre.

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