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Definition:

Reinforced Non-Mover (RNM)

  • A person “turned off” by the idea of exercising or becoming physically active.

  • Reinforced non-movers require non-traditional exercise advice. 

  • Friends and associates of
    RNMs often unintentionally recommend inappropriate exercise advice, ie. exercise harder, faster or longer, which inadvertently reinforces the non-mover's contempt for exercise.

  • Lifetimemover.com is a resource for reinforced non-movers and the people who wish to assist them.

Lifetimemover.com

is a site committed to individuals who have stopped exercising ...
despite their good
intentions

GOAL: provide insight on how best to start and stick with regular exercise.

TARGET AUDIENCE:
People with health or
weight problems who
have a history of stopping exercise despite their
good intentions.

We hope you enjoy our site.

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You may use content personally or for handouts. However, to hand out content a credit to Russ Down and the email address russ.down@clinicaltrack.ca or web address www.lifetimemover.com must be included on the document.

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Thanks for your co-operation and best of luck in
your pursuits.

Sincerely,
Russ Down
Clinical Fitness & Lifestyle Consultant
Founder of Clinical Track Fitness & Lifestyle