Welcome to PACE

The McMaster Physical Activity Centre of Excellence (PACE) is a state-of-the-art, exercise research and training centre. Our scientists, students and staff are devoted to studying and improving health and well-being among older adults and people with chronic disease or disability. PACE activities focus on excellence and leadership in research, education, community engagement, and knowledge translation.

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PACE exercise facilities

McMaster Cardiac Rehabilitation Program members enjoy access to a modern, state-of-the-art facility

PACE exercise facilities

The MacWheelers Program provides specialized exercise training to people with spinal cord injury

PACE exercise facilities

The MacSeniors Exercise and Wellness Program welcomes healthy seniors over the age of 50

PACE exercise facilities

Students conduct research in the PACE McCall MacBain Foundation Neurophysiology Lab

  • PACE exercise facilities
  • PACE exercise facilities
  • PACE exercise facilities
  • PACE exercise facilities

Events

PACE Faculty Lecture Series Welcomes Dr Stuart Phillips

Tuesday 23 September 2014

McMaster Kinesiology Professor, Dr. Stuart Phillips, will be presenting a seminar to the McMaster Cardiac Rehabilitation and MacSeniors programs entitled: Active aging in the new millennium: physical activity as a blueprint for good health

News

New Enhancements to the Cardiac Rehabilitation, MacSeniors and MacWheelers Programs

PACE Welcomes MP David Sweet and Minister of State Ed Holder for a special funding announcement

Community Programs

PACE community programs focus on exercise and wellness by offering supervised regimens and are inclusive and accessible for those living with spinal cord injuries (SCI).

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