By Thomas King, MSc, CSCS, CEP After the positive reception to part one of this blog post, we thought it would be a good idea to introduce part two. Below you will find some good information in a rapid-fire format. Without further ado, let’s get started! Stay Out Late? Lift Less. Ever tried to workout
By Angie Hurley, CSCS, CAT(C) The shoulder blades AKA scapulae, are the main interaction point for joints and muscles across the neck, shoulder, and torso. These flat bones only have one boney attachment to the rest of the skeleton and 17 muscles influence its resting position and control its six directions of movement. Sometimes, these
By Julia Howard, MPH, RHN, Run Coach Have I ever told you how much I dislike the treadmill? Not ideal for a resident of windswept Newfoundland. But, now it’s treadmill season and, here we are. Part of the reason why I run is because I get to lose myself in the beauty of a trail,
Check out Jon’s most recent article titled Build Your Foot Foundation During Training Downtime, featured on Podium Runner’s website. Podium Runner is a website geared toward serious runners, who want serious results. This is Jon’s 19th article with Podium Runner (formally Competitor.com).
By Thomas King, MSc, CSCS, CSEP-CEP The chin-up is considered by many to be the true gold standard of fitness. Unlike exercises such as the bench press or deadlift, in which you move an external weight, the chin-up forces you to lift your own bodyweight, giving a true indication of your relative strength. Despite this,