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Trendy Exercise in 2014

Here is what Dr. Walter Thompson of the ACSM and Georgia State University reports are the fitness trends for 2014. The trends are based on the responses of 3815 fitness professionals among 37 countries.  Please see the list below…. and very interestingly: zumba, pilates, spin, stability, and […]

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Exercise to Avoid… Getting Sick Next Year!

Regular resistance exercise over a long period of time builds the immune system according to a study at Acadia University of Nova Scotia in 2004. Twenty two adults who worked out for 30 minutes of vigorous physical activity, three times a week for 11 months enjoyed a […]

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Feeling Blue? Some secrets to dealing with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Fall is a great time of year! Bright yellow, orange, red and green are the colours of the changing season. Crisp wind, brisk cardio, warm clothes, hot food, and cosy indoor time are some of the highlights.  But for many (and especially those who are not native […]

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Fitness Can Be Profitable

The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that small-business owners who exercise regularly do feel better in their work than sedentary entrepreneurs. And among the exercisers… runners generate more sales than weightlifters. At least that’s what Ball State University researchers concluded after asking 336 small-business owners about their […]

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Personal Training – Who’s doing the Real work?

My daughter Gabriela showing us great technique on a deep squat. I especially think the “up eyebrows” will guarantee a clean lift. Haha! I’m not one to criticize the value and quality of work provided by most certified personal trainers. But, it’s important to keep in mind […]

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Crunch Time! … for Athletic Abs

Whether you want do abdominals for athletic performance,  a rippled mid section, general health, therapy or rehabilitation… ignore the hyped formulae you see on TV or the Internet. Do ab exercise suited to you. Advocating high reps of any one exercise is often bad advice. “One crunch […]

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Squamish by Sun and Storm

I’ve been living in Squamish for a year now, and it’s been a hell of a good time!! Livin’ in paradise has been really awesome for family, my personal interests, and my business of making people’s body’s move better. Of late, I’ve had the chance to get to know […]

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Bentall FloorPlay 2012 – A Ball Hockey Tournament

An indoor Ball Hockey Tournament. Just like in elementary school, but with grownup beverages, cool music, and referees. Saturday, November 24th , 2012 at the Bentall Centre Athletic Club. Lower Plaza of the Bentall Four -1055 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver. Gold Sponsors:    Tournament Details – The Bentall Centre Athletic Club is pleased to announce the second […]

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Hell on Heels!!!

As much as I hate to be the fashion police, (but after seeing this image) I’m forced to turn on the bright lights, get out my ticket pad, and write a few fashion citations. I know that high heels can be the finishing touch on any nice […]

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Liver Health & Liver Wellness

The Liver, What is it? The liver is the largest internal organ in the body. It keeps us healthy with over 500 functions dealing with digestion and detoxification. Notably, the liver breaks down and metabolizes the food we eat in terms of carbohydrate, fat and protein, as […]

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