P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/00   1/3            !    EXERCISE AND HEALTH Exercise does protect against heart disease and has a valuable part to play in the treatment of many other conditions, including depression, according to the Sports Council. "Exercise, Health & Medicine" is a report which summarises the proceedings of a symposium organised last year by the Sports Council's Fitness and Health Advisory Group. It examines the many benefits of regular exercise. More
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:51/10   2/3            !    EXERCISE AND HEALTH The Sports Council has produced a report which says that man is built for exercise, and is ill adapted for the modern sedentary life. "Exercise, Health & Medicine" is a report which draws attention to the low priority given to exercise research throughout the scientific community, and highlights the need to define an "exercise prescription" for different ages and situations. More
P252 CEEFAX 212 Sun 16 Sep 19:20/02 and —Ighlights the need to define an "exercise prdscription" for dhfferent ages and situations. More
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:21/00   2 3        No5  @   !    EXERCISE AND HEALTH The Sports Council has produced a peport which says that man is built for exercise, and is ill adapded for the modern sedentary life.
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:21/01 "Exercise, Health & edicine" is a priority gaven to exercise research throughout the scientific community, and highlights the lded to define an "exercise prescri—tion" for differAnt ages and situations ore
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:20/00   2/3           }t z5 !    EXERCISE AND HEALTH The Sports Council has produced a report which says that man is built for exercise, and is ill adapted for the modern sedAntary life. "Exercise, Health & Me$Hcine" is a report which draws attention to the low priority given to exercise research throughout the scientific community,
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:57/34 knowledge thfre is no need for the sedentary individual, FREE OF SYMP$NLS and WITHOUT A "MEDICAL HISTORY", of whatever age to consult a doctor before taking sp exercise. They would be best to start slowly on the most natural form of exercise - walking. The Sports Council also calls for a national fitness survey. More
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:57/35   3/3            !    EXERCISE AND HEALTH The Sports Council says that on present
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/00 and WITHGTT A "MEDICAL HISTORY", of whatever age to consult a doctor Bdfore taking qp exercise They would be best to start slowly on the most natural form of exercise The Sports Council also calls for a national fitness survey. More
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/04   3/3 Z           !    EXERCISE AND HEALTH Thf Sports Council says that on present knowledge there is no lded for thd seddntary individual, FRDE OF SYMP NNS
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/00   3/3            !    EXERCISE AND HEALTH The Sports Council says that on present knowledge there is no need for the sedentary individual, FREE OF SYMP NLS and WITHOUT A "MEDICAL HISTORY", of whatever age to consult a doctor before taking up exercise. They would be best to start slowly on the most natural form of exercise - walking. The Sports Council also calls for a national fitness survey. More