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The holidays are approaching and office parties and family get togethers will be in full swing very soon. During this time of year it is very easy to let your health and fitness goals go by the way side, so we decided to create a Christmas Goal Tree and have each of our clients pick […]

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I recently heard about a study that came to the conclusion that American’s favourite day of the week is Friday. I wasn’t surprised who doesn’t love Friday. The study went a step further and said Monday to Thursday weren’t liked at all and Saturday and Sunday were even more popular than Friday. In a roundabout […]

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Below are notes from my talk on Mobility for Runners that took place on Thursday August 2nd, 2012. *Factors affecting flexibility: Previous and current injuries, movement mechanics, lifestyle (daily movements, sitting, sleep patterns, food, fluids) *According to the joint by joint approach the human body’s joints alternate between mobile and stable – starting with the […]

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I first heard about Kettlebells in the summer of 2008. I was working at a gym and my manager, Sean Lovell, asked me what I knew about them. I said “nothing”. So he gave me a 12kg kettlebell and asked me to do some research and figure out if this was a good tool or […]

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It all started in the park. It was a Saturday late in May, overcast of course. As I finished all my chores for the day the sun was starting to poke out and the park was calling my name. After 4-5 months of working with a fantastic RMT getting myself put back together from an […]

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Below are notes from my talk on Mobility for Runners that took place on Monday July 9th, 2012. *Factors affecting flexibility: Previous and current injuries, movement mechanics, lifestyle (daily movements, sitting, sleep patterns, food, fluids) *According to the joint by joint approach the human body’s joints alternate between mobile and stable – starting with the […]

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We keep setting goals for our “Kicks for Coaching” shoe drive and within days we zip right past the number. We started with 20, got it. Moved to 35, no problem. 60, nailed it too. Now we are shooting for 90pairs of shoes for the residents of the DTES (Downtown Eastside of Vancouver). We are […]

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Notes: *Start position: Lay face down on the floor with hands under shoulders, create tension throughout your body during pushup *Finish position: Standing tall *Movement: Laying face down to standing tall under control *KICKS FOR COACHING SHOE DRIVE donate a pair of shoes to the Eastside Foot Clinic and get a 30min coaching/training session *Don’t […]

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