McGill's Kinesiology Clinic will help you be more active, adopt a healthier lifestyle

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Do you want to adopt a healthier lifestyle in 2019? Would you like to be more active physically?

Make those 2018 wishes a 2019 reality!

Reach your goal at the new Kinesiology Clinic of McGill’s Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education (Currie Gym, 475 Pine Avenue West). Let the students from kinesiology help you, and you will help them get experience through their practicums. Special fees for McGill community members.

Here are some of the services that the Clinic is offering:

1- Lunchtime training

Come and start 2019 on the right foot!
Why not use your lunchtimes to get exercise training in your day?

Under the guidance of Kinesiology students, develop and maintain your cardiovascular health and muscular strength during your lunchtime (10-week program, Mondays and Wednesdays OR Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 12:00-13:00 OR 13:00-14:00) After an initial health interview and fitness assessment, you will train twice a week for 8 weeks, after which you will be provided with another fitness assessment to see how much you have improved!

Cost: 100$
Running from week of January 28 until week of April 8.
Maximum of 4 people per class, total of 16 participants for the program.

2- Ergonomics assessments

a) Office Ergonomics: Wondering if your computer workstation is properly set up and if you have healthy office work habits? Get your workstation assessed and get tips to improve your immediate office environment.

Cost: 50$
By appointment.

b) Full Ergonomics assessment: Does your job involve some lifting, pushing, or repetitive movements? Every wonder what you can do to avoid developing work-related injuries? We are ready to conduct a full assessment and show you how you can work more safely and healthily.

Cost: 80$
By appointment.

3- Running gait analysis

Do you wonder if your running is on the right track? We will go through your training background and injury history, check your running shoes and assess your running technique. From there, we will give you tips to improve your running and potentially diminish your injury risk.

a) General assessment, cost: 120$,

b) General assessment with a flexibility and/or muscular strength training program, cost: 180$,

c) Specialized assessment service available upon request.

By appointment. Please anticipate approximately two hours in your schedule for this service.

Contact us at clinic.kpe [at] mcgill.ca to book your appointment or session. Please indicate the package(s) and date/time choices (lunch time training) that you are interested in, in the email subject header.