We are going to find out that tomorrow when we are testing 17 members of Cross Fit Bondi. Today we were at the cross fit club to set up and test the equipment. We tested Richard Thomas and Adam Lindsey and it worked! The testing is a part of the preparation for Bondi Fitness Festival that we are participating in on Friday. If you are in Sydney and wants to join us, buy tickets here!
We are looking forward to a bussy, but exiting day tomorrow testing from 0630 to 2000. We will keep you up to date!
Is it possible to build a new part of Trondheim into a health and environmental friendly city for its inhabitants?
Trondheim health cluster and NTNU recently hosted a 2 day work shop discussing how to develop the Rotvoll area into a smart healthy city part. Through an interdisciplinary discussion, several key focus areas including health, mobility in town, road and housing structure, pollution, noise and new innovative technologies were presented and discussed.
Through interdisciplinary planning it is possible to develop a moving city, allowing for walking and biking as the main mode of transportation, availability of healthy food and environmentally sustainable choices. To achieve this, the smart choices need to be the easiest choice to make.
“My two main reasons for exercising are. Firstly, I would like to spend as much time of my life as possible with my children. To be able to do that, I need to take good care of myself, and at the same time serve as a healthy role model for them integrating sports and play into their childhood upbringing. Secondly, exercise gives me energy, balance and cam. I simply function better when I exercise”
Kent Roger Tangvik, participant in the TV show “71 grader nord”
Share your reason along with a picture under the hashtag #CERGxmas on Instagram to join in. Every day from the 1st-24th of December we will draw a winner who gets an exercise towel and drawstring bag. On Christmas Eve we announce the main winner who wins a dream day at CERG. Read more about the prizes and the rules here!
Det var tema for den årlige forskningssamlingen med alle 14 K.G. Jebsen – sentrene for medisinsk forskning. Årets samling var i flotte Holmsbu med et interessant program som i hovedsak dreide seg om innovasjon i forskning.
Vi i K.G. Jebsen – senter for hjertetrening er svært stolt og takknemlig over å ha fått to nye år som et K.G. Jebsen – forskningssenter, og har i løpet av de tre årene vi har vært en del av dette forskningsprogrammet lært mye, både på forskningssamlingene men også gjennom evalueringene og tilbakemeldingene vi har fått fra stiftelsen underveis.