Prioritizing Your Health This Fall
We are quickly moving into cold + flu season, and still dealing with COVID-19. That’s putting health at the top of many people’s minds – and rightly so. But we’re here to...
Memory and High Intensity Exercise
Remembrance is powerful. Our past experiences build who we are. Our ability to remember, re-experience emotions, draw from the past, these things contribute to our wisdom, compassion, and joy.
Improving your Running Mechanics, Part 2
Yesterday, we explored Hips & Butts, Cadence, Feet, and Tango (so very closely related to Cadence!). While today’s points will by no means represent a full mechanical analysis of running...
Tips to improve your running mechanics
The weather must know gyms are closed… because it has been GLORIOUS outside! I can’t recall a November when I’ve seen so many cyclists, hikers, and runners, runners, runners! Of...
Creating Your New Fall Favourites
We’ve been taking advantage of the beautiful warm, fall weather we’ve experienced late this week, BUT we haven’t forgotten that we woke up to snow on the ground on Monday. So,...
Do cushioning shoes actually minimize impact?
Imagine you’re sparring in a ring. Bare hands. Try to feel or experience the power and energy as you thrust your fist forward. What does the impact feel like? How snappy is your recoil?
It All Counts?
I’ve forever expressed this: It all counts. Every step, every breath, every rep. Don’t worry too much about what you’re doing; all movement, exercise, and physical activity is...
There is no bad posture
“Stand straight… think tall… shoulders back… chin parallel to the floor… neutral spine…” Does that sound like a description of “good...