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Active Families

Active Families


Engaging in physical activity as a family can be a fun way to get everyone moving. Studies show that kids who believe they are competent and have the skills to be physically active are more likely to be active. And those who feel supported by friends and families to become active, or surrounded by others interested in physical activity, are more likely to participate.

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Functional Exercise

Functional Exercise


Chances are you don't live to exercise. For many people, exercise is a way to maintain or improve their quality of life. And that's the focus of functional fitness.

Functional fitness exercises are designed to train and develop your muscles to make it easier and safer to perform everyday activities, such as carrying groceries or playing a game of basketball with your kids.

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Increase Physical Activity

Increase Physical Activity


Less than 60% of adults are physically active on a regular basis, 25% aren’t active at all. Inactive individuals have a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity. So, to build a family based on healthy habits, it’s up to you to set the tone at home.

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Local Activities for Families

Local Activities for Families


Looking for local activities in the area? Here is a variety of activities from easy hikes to kayaking to biking and even rock climbing!

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Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine


Even for the non-athletes, sports medicine is an excellent resource for the individual who wishes to become active or begin an exercise program. For the “weekend warrior” or “industrial athlete” who experiences an injury, the same expertise used for the competitive athlete can be applied to return the individual as quickly as possible to full function.

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American Chiropractic Association
Illinois Chiropractic Society
National University of Health Sciences