Why You Need to Chill The Hell Out

I’m not just saying ‘chill out’ in a relax, take it easy, don’t sweat it kind of way. I’m saying start scheduling in relaxation time within your day to consciously calm down, breathe deeply/slowly, reset and re-erengize. If this freaks you out because you think you have no extra seconds in your day – you…

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Chiropractic in Pregnancy? How to Know if Prenatal Chiropractic is Right For You.

This is a guest post by Jenine McCann, her bio is below. Jenine understands the body so well, especially the concerns of a pregnant woman. We know there are specific issues that will come up through pregnancy (hello, low back pain) and chiropractic techniques can really save you if you’re hurting…or better yet, if you want…

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2 Total-Body Outdoor Workouts That Will Get you Fit Fast

Spring is in the air! I don’t know about you, but I’m finding it hard to stay inside. Especially for us in Edmonton – as summer might only last 3 more days, you gotta get out while you can. This can make strength training a little bit tough in these warmer months when moving the…

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Must Do’s for Pregnancy Workouts – Part 2

If you missed the first article, Must Do’s for Pregnancy Workouts – Part 1, check it out before you read on to catch up. To recap, I talked about the necessity of strength training, understanding the purpose of abdominal training, what Diastasis Recti (DR) is, why to focus on training the backside of the body,…

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Must Do’s For Pregnancy Workouts: Part 1

Working out and training while pregnant, the pre-natal stage, is one of the best things you can do for you and your baby’s health (with doctor’s permission, of course). You could actually be doing more harm to yourself and baby by not exercising while pregnant, than the potential risks caused by exercising. Not only will…

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5 Best Tips for Recovery and Regeneration

Proper recovery is essential to your progress in training, your ability to train consistently, and in preventing injuries. In my experience however, the people who usually worry about recovery and (more specifically) overtraining the most are the people who aren’t training hard enough to ever have to worry about it. If you’re consistently training moderately/hard more days…

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