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Safe and Effective Powerlifting With Chris Fudge

The rise in strength sports such as powerlifting has led to numerous benefits that include increases in strength both physically and mentally, reduce the rate of sarcopenia and prevent injuries...

Movement and Performance Therapy With Mai-Linh Dovan

In this episode, Mai-Linh Dovan will discuss movement injury and prevention, as well as her Mobilization-Activation-Integration strategy that can help athletes and clients avoid injuries at the field or in...

Movement of the Month: Banded Posterior Single Arm Shoulder Press

By Coach Kennedy In today’s society where we are all prone to these very common fixed positions: sitting in front of computers, using phones, sitting or standing way too much,...

Variety for Longevity

By Dan McDonogh It’s a new year and a new decade! For those of us in the fitness industry it is one of, if not, the busiest times of the...

The Science of Yin Yoga With Tracy Glennon

Slow Down. Not as easy as it sounds physically or mentally, but Yin may be the key. Learn the principles behind Yin, and how Yin differs from our other yoga...

Kettlebells and Martial Arts Motion

By Jodi Barrett, CEO, Kettlebell Kickboxing What’s It All About? Challenging, fun and has proven results! Kettlebells and Martial Arts Motion is the combination that will bring you a new...

High Intensity Interval Training: Why You Need to Be doing it More

By Kathleen Trotter, PTS, FIS HIIT rounds out the top three Canadian Fitness Trends for 2020 and proves that results don’t always mean hours spent in the gym. About Kathleen...

Movement of the Month: The BOSU Squat with Olympic Plate Press

By Coach Kennedy The BOSU Squat with Olympic Plate Press is a great exercise to help you work on your coordination, balance, force gradation, proprioception, dynamic balance, and body integration. ...

Fascial Stretching: FST versus ELDOA — Part Two

By Kathleen Trotter, FIS, PTS In part one of this article series, I highlighted how ELDOA and FST are similar — most notably that neither target one particular muscle or...

Strength Training for Women

By Kathleen Trotter, PTS, FIS Increasing maximum strength results in many positive benefits – and one of them is not bulk! About Kathleen Trotter Kathleen Trotter holds a masters in...

Fascial Stretching: FST versus ELDOA — Part One

By Kathleen Trotter, FIS, PTS When it comes to continuing education, I have always felt like a kid in a candy store — wanting to attend every course and certification...

Movement of the Month: Reverse Lunge Contralateral Barbell Split Squat to Standing Single Arm Chest Press

By Coach Kennedy Winter is part of being Canadian, so there’s no point in complaining about it, it’s coming no matter what. So, learn to flow with it. Afterall, the...

Teaching Outside the Fitness Box

By Elizabeth Mooney It is easy to find yourself in a “rut” as a fitness instructor. Your certifications land you many jobs at local gyms and fitness centers. However, only...

Movement of the Month: Cable Horizontal Split Squat

>By Coach Kennedy With the fall season now in full swing, winter is not far behind. As we move many of our activities indoors, we also tend to spend more...

Jump In and Take Your Next Workout to the Pool

By Cat Kom We’re not just talking about swimming laps, because you can absolutely get a body-sculpting weight-training session in a pool. So many people think of swimming as a...