fitness

Active workplaces - NZ case studies (SPARC)

Within New Zealand many companies and organisations are heeding the call to get New Zealand workplaces more active.
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Physical activity and health (SPARC)

The benefits of physical activity on minimising risk of disease and reducing disease morbidity and mortality.
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What Intensity? - A Guide to Exercise and Activity Levels (SPARC)

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Physical activity (MOH)

How much activity should I do? The Ministry of Health recommends aiming for at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity activity on most days of the week.
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Physical activity toolkit for District Health Boards

The toolkit provides a lot of information on many aspects of physical activity in New Zealand including the health benefits and how we can encourage more New Zealanders to be active.
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City walks (Invercargill)

See Invercargill on foot Lists the location of 5 city walks.
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Invercargill City Council
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Why take a walk? (Christchurch)

Walking is a relaxed activity for all ages, which you can enjoy on your own or with other people. Walking can help you keep active, make friends and explore your city.
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Is sport for all? Exercise and physical activity patterns etc

Recent evidence shows that any form of physical activity, not just aerobic activity to improve cardiovascular fitness, can have significant health benefits. However, physical inactivity is increasingly widespread.
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