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Elio Antunes

Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | February 6, 2023
An investment of just $2,000 to help an inactive person become active will pay for itself in less than one year, on average, in terms of the benefit to our overall economy and society, writes Elio Antunes. Pexels photograph by Julia Larson
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | February 6, 2023
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | February 6, 2023
An investment of just $2,000 to help an inactive person become active will pay for itself in less than one year, on average, in terms of the benefit to our overall economy and society, writes Elio Antunes. Pexels photograph by Julia Larson
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | January 6, 2021
Since March, when the pandemic was declared, many of the daily rituals that were the foundation for much of our movement, like commuting, grabbing a coffee, or walking to a meeting, have been reduced or eliminated. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | January 6, 2021
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | January 6, 2021
Since March, when the pandemic was declared, many of the daily rituals that were the foundation for much of our movement, like commuting, grabbing a coffee, or walking to a meeting, have been reduced or eliminated. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | February 16, 2018
In countries with the most active populations, physical activity is driven by pervasive cultural norms. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | February 16, 2018
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | February 16, 2018
In countries with the most active populations, physical activity is driven by pervasive cultural norms. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | November 16, 2016
Participants sweat it out at a summer yoga class on Parliament Hill. The benefits of regular, heart-pumping physical activity include reduced risk of chronic disease, healthy body weight, self-confidence, new skills, and better mental health, says Elio Antunes. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | November 16, 2016
Opinion | BY ELIO ANTUNES | November 16, 2016
Participants sweat it out at a summer yoga class on Parliament Hill. The benefits of regular, heart-pumping physical activity include reduced risk of chronic disease, healthy body weight, self-confidence, new skills, and better mental health, says Elio Antunes. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade