Active living in Kingston Ontario

Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults with Multiple Sclerosis

How You Can Get Active!

To achieve important fitness benefits, adults aged 18-64 years with multiple sclerosis who have mild to moderate disability need at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic activity, 2 days a week and strength training exercises for major muscle group, 2 times per week.


Interested in learning more? Read more and find ideas about physical activities for adults with multiple sclerosis.

Get moving with FREE physical activity counselling

Get In Motion is a free, telephone-based physical activity counselling service for Canadian adults with spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, and cerebral palsy. All clients are provided with evidence-based resources to help them on their way to a more active lifestyle. Trained and supportive peer counsellors will work with you to meet your physical activity goals. Enroll today!

A Word From Glenda …

Active life - skiing“It has helped me to gain the flexibility I need to get dressed in the morning and do other activities I want to do.”    – Glenda

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Find Places to Get Active

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KGA Month

Free activities all month long!

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Grades 5 & 9 ActivPass

Use your student card for FREE access to recreation facilities across Kingston and area!

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Become a Volunteer Ambassador

Do you want to inspire others to be active? Do you have a desire to contribute to your community?

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Find fun activities and resources to get young children active at home!

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Pedometer Lending Program

Walk your way to fitness!

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Discover Phyical Literacy

Did you know that physical literacy is as important as reading, writing and arithmetic?

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News about events and activities in and around Kingston!

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