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New Guidelines Encourage Us to Just Get Moving

I read an article on Science Alert recently announcing a change in the latest US Exercise Guidelines. According to the article, which references the document published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, it’s no longer necessary to exercise for long periods of time; the total volume of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity is what counts.

Eighty percent of the country’s population is not getting the minimum amount of physical activity. The new guidelines encourage us to JUST KEEP MOVING! Although moderate-to-vigorous activity proves to be very beneficial for our health, it’s not completely necessary; just sit less, move more and reap the rewards.
What do you think about these new guidelines?
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Tom Willemann

Tom Willemann

Tom Willemann is a premier physical therapist based out of Bergen County, New Jersey. He holds an MS in physical therapy from the University of Miami, is credentialed in the world-renowned McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), and holds an OCS (Orthopedic Clinical Specialist) certification. As of 2018, there are approximately 14,000 ABPTS certified specialists in the nation and less than 400 of them are located in the state of New Jersey. Tom is the owner and director of Apex Orthopedic Rehabilitation in Paramus. He opened the clinic, which specializes in spine and sports injury prevention, in 2004 after many years of experience in the field. Tom’s caring interest in others and his strong belief in continuity of care, combined with his clinic’s ability to find solutions for the most difficult orthopedic problems, have earned Apex Orthopedic Rehabilitation its excellent reputation with patients and medical professionals in northeastern New Jersey and beyond. A true “family man,” Tom takes pride in his clinic’s warm and welcoming environment.
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