11 Tips To Fitness Success

Making lifestyle changes or embarking on a new fitness program is challenging and can be overwhelming.  Which may explain why so many try, but the success rate does not always measure up.  With some well planned strategies to help you get started or keep you on track, success will be yours. Seek professional help: I […]

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Xmas Home Workout

Xmas is a busy time for all of us. And, sometimes our fitness programs fall by the wayside as demands on our time and energy increase. Here is a quick workout you can do at home anytime. No weights are required, although if you have access to weights feel free to use. Warm Up: Leg […]

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The What, Why and How of Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a very common injury that can affect anyone from recreational walkers/hikers, to golfers to high performance athletes. Plantar fasciitis commonly presents as heel pain and often pain radiating down the bottom (plantar surface) of the foot. This pain is often worse upon first rising and first steps of the day, and then […]

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LOW BACK PAIN – CAUSES, PREVENTION

Low back pain – it is one of those catch all phrases that can be used to describe any numer of afflictions associated with lower back pain or tightness. It seems almost everyone you talk to has now or has had some issues with their lower back. The good news is that so much of […]

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Teachers – A Gift

by Jordan Keats A few weeks ago Narina and I met for coffee at Demitasse bakery in Oak Bay. We’ve met a few times before, at tweetups, but we’ve never had a chance to talk. Over two strong Americanos we discussed ideas of fitness, leisure, and learning. Narina and I spoke at great length about […]

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