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Kim Delafuente

Kim graduated from Michigan State University with a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology and Central Michigan University with a B.S. in Health Fitness in Preventative and Rehabilitative Programs. Kim has worked in many roles over her career including cardiac rehabilitation, corporate wellness, teaching college level classes, and program development for community programs. In her current role, Kim serves as the exercise content expert for the Healthier Communities Department at Spectrum Health. She has co-authored 2 childhood obesity prevention and intervention programs and is certified through the American College of Sports Medicine as a Clinical Program Director. Professional interests include childhood obesity prevention, health coaching, resistance training and clinical exercise.

Kim Delafuente

Posts from Kim Delafuente

The sitting epidemic

Could corporate America keep employees from having their butts glued to their chairs for nine to 10 hours a day?

The unbreakable link

As research on the brain-body connection continues to mount, it adds up to one indisputable fact: Exercise remains essential to cognitive performance.

Haga feliz a su metabolismo

Tome las escaleras en lugar de subir al elevador. Abandone la computadora y diríjase al centro comercial. Estos (y otros) simples pasos estimularan su metabolismo durante la temporada decembrina.

Make your metabolism merry

Skip the elevator, take the stairs. Ditch the computer, head to the mall. Some simple steps will boost your metabolism this holiday season.

Move your way to the best you

Leave the sedentary lifestyle and stress behind you to get healthy and stay healthy.

Find your reason to move

Learn the benefits of getting up, moving around and building healthy fitness habits.

Game on with exergaming!

Active video games can be a fun way to move and movement has benefits.

Moving through menopause

Take steps now to make this life transition easier.

8 Ejercicios que se pueden hacer en una silla

Muévase incluso en su silla: sus músculos, corazón y cerebro se lo agradecerán.

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