Exercise is Medicine — Dr. Don McKenzie to share his research on breast cancer as part of Health Sciences Dean’s Speaker Series

Dr. Don McKenzie has changed the approach to exercise prescription for women with breast cancer. As a global leader in the science of cancer and exercise, his research has had a heavy impact on improving the lives of women with breast cancer. Challenging the notion that women diagnosed with breast cancer should avoid upper-body exercise, … Read more

Student networking opportunity – UFV to host Canadian Sport Psychology Association conference

Are you interested in helping athletes achieve optimal mental wellness to enhance their performance in sport? Do you want to dig deeper into how sport and exercise affect mental, emotional, and physical health? Join professionals in the sport psychology field at UFV for upcoming applied sport psychology continuing education opportunity. The BC region of the … Read more

Catch, throw, kick, strike – Sheppard and UFV Kinesiology students teach the FUNdamentals of movement

Physical literacy is a journey throughout the life course. At every turn, we are learning how to move with more confidence and creativity. As young children, we learn how to balance our bodies, crawl, walk, and eventually this knowledge evolves into everyday actions necessary for movement as we develop. Learning how to balance at a … Read more

Shape Your Life – van Ingen will speak at UFV on empowerment through sport

Cathy van Ingen knows her way around a boxing ring, and you’ll want her in your corner. Van Ingen is an academic who believes in empowering women to overcome adversity through sport. An associate professor in Kinesiology at Brock University, van Ingen is a former boxer, and co-founder of the Shape Your Life program, which is a … Read more

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