Free Lecture On Sedentary Behaviour in Fredericton on January 5th

[Update] Thanks to everyone who attended – we had a great turnout, and some excellent discussion.  Unfortunately we had some camera problems, so I don’t have a video of the lecture to post.  A pdf of the slides, however, can be found  here.

Happy New Year!

For anyone living in the Fredericton area with an interest in the health impact of sedentary behaviour: I will be giving a guest lecture at the University of New Brunswick Fredericton campus January 5th (tomorrow) from 2:30 to 3:50.  The talk will be in Dr Gabriela Tymowski’s “Coaching Healthy Behaviours” course, and she has generously opened up the lecture to anyone who would like to attend.  The talk will focus on many of the topics that were covered in my series on sedentary physiology, so if you enjoyed that series then this talk may be of interest.

The talk will be in Room 139 in Carleton Hall, which is the bottom end of the Tilley – Singer complex, just below the Harriet irving library. I’m having trouble embedding the google map, so I’ve included a static picture of the map below, and anyone looking for the google map itself can click here.

We’re hoping to record the talk, so with any luck I’ll have it up on the blog and/or podcast in the coming weeks.

Hope to see some of you tomorrow!


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2 Responses to Free Lecture On Sedentary Behaviour in Fredericton on January 5th

  1. Lesli Marques says:

    I am very interested in this lecture however I’m not available Jan 5 th. I would be very interested in the podcast. Thank you for sharing your expertise in this format. Although i prefer to attend in person it makes opportunities such ss this more accessible.

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