WELLNESS | How Much Exercise is Enough?

Daniel Kang talks with Mary Imboden and Tyler Cuddeford about movement and the importance of staying active.

In this episode, Daniel Kang talks with exercise scientist Mary Imboden and physical therapist Tyler Cuddeford on movement. What metrics can we use to measure health and activity? How are physical movement and mood related? What are some tips on jumpstarting an active lifestyle?

Find Dr. Mary Imboden's academic profile here, and more information on Dr. Tyler Cuddeford here.

The host for this episode, Dr. Daniel Kang, joined George Fox’s Department of Physical Therapy as an assistant professor of physical therapy in 2013. Previously, he worked for nine years as owner and lead physical therapist of Kang Physical Therapy Inc. of Ventura, California. His teaching experience includes stints as an instructor of kinesiology at California State University of Channel Islands and as a teaching assistant of anatomy and physiology at Loma Linda University. He is in the process of earning a graduate certification of medical physiology with a specialization in cardiovascular/renal physiology and pathophysiology from the University of Florida. He holds a doctor of physical therapy degree (2004), a master’s degree in physical therapy (2002) and a bachelor’s degree in health science (2002), all from Loma Linda University.

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