TRX Workout for Runners

By Jon-Erik Kawamoto, MSc, CSCS, CEP Hey runners! Check out my most recent article with Canadian Running magazine called the Suspension Trainer Workout. This article is featured in the Nov/Dec 2020 issue and is currently in stores and available for digital download from the Canadian Running website. View this post on Instagram A post shared

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Gluten-Free Partridgeberry Orange Flax Muffins

By Julia Howard, MPH, RHN Partridgeberries! How lucky are Newfoundlanders to have these ruby red gems practically at our doorsteps? Known as lingonberries on the mainland, partridgeberries are typically ready to be picked in early fall and may even last through the winter under the snow. Find them in acidic soil near barrens or coastal

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How to Properly Perform the Hip Hinge

By Angie Hurley, CSCS, CAT(C) A movement is never all or nothing. All movements and exercises in the gym can be scaled through various methods to make them easier (regressing) or more difficult (progressing). Depending on factors such as training experience, body awareness, injury, fatigue, and muscle soreness, an exercise variation can be appropriately selected

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Building Habits in a Pandemic Era

By Angie Hurley, CSCS, CAT(C) A habit is a regular activity or action. In our current situation, where lives were disrupted to an extreme with no firm deadline in sight for a full return to normalcy, we can lose our good habits and develop negative ones. While it may have taken you years to build

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