Machines vs Free Weights

Free Weights vs machine training. Which is better? This is a question that continues to be asked usually by potential clients viewing our facility or even by people requesting me to set up home training programs for them. This is a good time to look at machine weight training vs free weights. I think it […]

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Sling and Things…..

The human body is a complicated machine. Combinations of muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones and other connective tissues all work together to allow us the amazing movements that we do both consciously and unconsciously on a daily basis. From minute to minute the muscles of our bodies are working together like a well rehearsed orchestra. From […]

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What to Avoid if You Have a Meniscus Injuries

by Rick Kaselj The knee joint is a complex joint that is often injured. When we think of knee injuries, we often think of anterior cruciate ligament injuries that athletes commonly get. Since most of us are not athletes, a more common injury many of us will face is a meniscus injury. Meniscus injuries can […]

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4 Ways to Get Rid of Knee Pain When Exercising

Today’s blog post is from guest contributor, Kinesiologist Rick Kaselj. For more information on Rick and his articles please see the Contributor page. There is a lot that you can do if you have knee pain or knee stress when exercising. Here are four way to get rid of knee pain and knee stress when […]

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Let’s Workout – 1, 2, 3 Here We Go….

We have all survived the last couple of days of hot Victoria weather. It is time for a little R & R for your trainers. While the gym is closed, there is still opportunity to exercise and keep fit. For some of you that have been training quite hard with little break, this is a […]

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