Mocktails

Sharon Ash  |  Health Promotion Specialist, Personnel Support Programs Everyone loves a good gathering, and with party season right around the corner, we’re going to show you how to MIX-SHAKE & POUR your way to the perfect party punch. There’s no mocking these alcohol free favs. They’re FUN, FIZZY and most importantly, FESTIVE. Check out the video to watch Andy from the Royal Military College of Canada (RMCC) Senior Staff Mess shake us…

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Brain Health and Museums

Karen Young | Military Communications and Electronics Museum There are 6 pillars to keeping your brain healthy: an active social life, quality sleep, regular exercise, stress management, healthy diet and mental stimulation. Research has shown that mental stimulation helps reduce the risk of developing dementia. Museums can help keep your brain mentally stimulated! How do museums help keep your brain healthy? Museums act as a giant memory box, allowing visitors to…

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Exercises to Stay Golf Ready

Kerri Hollywood  |  Community Recreation, Personnel Support Programs Here are two other movements that also have the stability and mobility focus which we love. Remember that these exercises are great for all us … even if you do not play a recreational activity that involves rotation. (sports like: Golf, Hockey and Baseball). There are different degrees of rotation in our everyday activities too. Putting on your seatbelt, slipping your arm into…

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Finding Exercise in Everyday Activities

Kerri Hollywood  |  Community Recreation, Personnel Support Programs Many of us are very busy these days, and although we know the benefits and importance of staying active, sometimes it’s hard to fit it all in. So how do we make sure we squeeze more physical activity into our day? Well, by focusing on “incidental exercise’ is a good place to start. Incidental exercise is the exercise we get during our daily chores and routine…

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