Dr. Harry Pino Joins WELL+GOOD in “Why We Move” Podcast

WELL+GOOD Podcast Episode Description:

Today we’re tuning in to answer the question ‘Why do we move?’ The pandemic dramatically changed how (and why) we workout. Boutique fitness classes were replaced with apps, we emptied store shelves of home workout equipment, and began logging an impressive amount of miles on our evening strolls in pursuit of ‘movement’. Will the routines we’ve adapted in quarantine stick? Are they good enough? In this episode we sat down with Dr. Harry Pino, Charlee Atkins, Evelynn Escobar, and Jess Sims to get real about what fitness habits we can ditch and which we should hold on to.

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About Dr. Harry Pino:

Guest Speaker: Harry Pino, PhD
Exercise Physiology Manager
Princeton Longevity Center
Dr. Harry Pino is board certified in Exercise Physiology with the American Society of Exercise Physiology and the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Pino is also the founder of the sports performance lab VO2max Medical, LLC and is an adjunct assistant clinical professor at Tufts University, School of Medicine. Dr. Pino is regarded as one of the leading authorities on sports performance testing, health and fitness and healthy weight loss in the US. He has consulted for multiple Olympic Teams and is the immediate past president for the Massachusetts Association of Clinical Exercise Physiologists.