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Weight Loss Surgery Exercise Resources

Research strongly supports the additive benefits of exercise and physical activity in association with bariatric surgery weight-loss. Additionally, increased activity levels can lead to chronic disease prevention, reduced stress, improved energy levels, and better sleep. Our exercise physiologist provides evidence-based resources for you to help discover ways to increase the amount of activity and exercise in your life. Together you will examine barriers, develop strategies, and set goals for pre-surgery, post-surgery, and beyond.

Physical Activity Initiative

This resource provides information on exercise and its benefits as well as strategies for becoming more active.

Move Your Way

Created by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Move Your Way is an application that provides tools for planning and tracking physical activity and exercise.

MyPlate

In addition to nutritional resources, MyPlate also contains resources and toolkits to promote increased physical activity and exercise.

Physical Activity Guidelines

This website includes a host of educational material including printable documents, videos, and interactive tools.

CDC Physical Activity

This website provides abundant information on physical activity and exercise as well as health initiatives, social distancing with activity, community strategies, and much more.

Exercise Before and After Weight Loss Surgery

A brief article that shares a story of success as well as outlining strategies for re-introducing exercise following bariatric surgery.

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