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Movement is one of the pillars of the vitality model. To make and keep your body as vital as possible, movement is important. You don't have to go to the gym every day or stand on the field, but this can be done in simple ways. How can you do this? Check it out!


The Health Council of the Netherlands (an independent scientific body that advises government and parliament on public health and health care) has drawn up the exercise guidelines for adults and the elderly. These are as follows:

  1. Exercise for at least 150 minutes per week in moderate or heavy intensity and spread over several days;
  2. Do muscle and bone strengthening activities at least twice a week, for the elderly combined with balance exercises;
  3. Avoid sitting a lot.

Put a cooking alarm or alarm on your phone and stand, walk or stretch out at least every half hour.

Aarnout Bromacher, Professor at Eindhoven University of Technology


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