EMAGISTER CUM LAUDE
The Health Sciences Academy

Exercise and Longevity

4.8 excellent 5 opinions
The Health Sciences Academy
Online

Rs 3,575
*Guide price
Original amount in GBP:
£ 39

Important information

Typology Short course
Methodology Online
Class hours 2h
  • Short course
  • Online
  • 2h
Description

Power your knowledge with continuing education. Taught by scientists and PhDs. Is too little exercise useless, but too much dangerous? Can over-exercising shorten your lifespan? Is your weekly hour at the spinning class enough? Should you actually exercise less?

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Where and when
Starts Location

Online
Starts
Location
Online

Opinions

4.8
excellent
Course rating
99%
Recommended
4.8
excellent
Centre rating

Reviews on this course

D
Dr. Said Elraey
21/06/2018
What I would highlight: This course is really good and providing all required information that I may ask for.
What could be improved: -
Course taken: June 2018
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
C
Camilla
07/02/2018
What I would highlight: This course was really informative. They shared such facts about health especially weight loss that I had no idea about.
What could be improved: -
Course taken: February 2018
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
A
Ana chemegas
03/01/2018
What I would highlight: Sonmuch to learn and observe. A life changing course.
What could be improved: -
Course taken: January 2018
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
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What you'll learn on the course

Healthy Eating
Nutrition
Food Technology
Sport Nutrition
Fitness
Health Management
Health Administration
Sports Therapy
Health and Social Care
Food safety
Food Science
Healthy Food
Health Care
Healthy Lifestyle
Nutrition science
Health science
Longevity
Fitness Nutrition
Nutritional Plan
Excercise

Course programme

Ready To Power Your Continuing Education?

Could you be overdoing it? Could exercising too much cancel out all of its health benefits – or worse – shorten your lifespan? We dig in to the science, to clear up some common myths and misconceptions, from how too little exercise can negatively impact the body, to whether too much physical activity may be dangerous.

When most people consume junk articles and bad science, our learners want the truth. Fortunately, as scientists in this domain, we're here to filter out the fads. We have a very strict research and review process. For example, when we touch on a controversial topic, citing a single piece of research can be confusing. That's why, in the absence of consensus, we compile studies to show you both sides. The findings are thoroughly investigated and based on studies vetted for scientific integrity, which have a higher probability of being accurate. This way, we avoid bad science and deliver proven research to you.