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The main reason people purchase personal training sessions is accountability. This was one of the first and best lessons I’ve learned in over a decade of training experience. As much as we have needs and goals to achieve, it can be hard to facilitate those goals into action. Here enters personal training.  Your personal trainer will hold you accountable to your health and fitness goals. It can be hard to get yourself out of bed, pack up the gym bag, drive to the gym, workout for an...
Posted on 2021-04-20
I often look at my clients as either mobility centric clients or stability centric clients. First we must discuss what is mobility and stability. Mobility is the ability to move freely and easily. That means that we move without restriction. We can move from point A to point B without compensating.As human beings we are amazing at adapting. However, if we stop expressing certain ranges of motion (e.g. squatting, hinging etc) then eventually we will develop compensatory movement patterns that w...
Posted on 2021-03-19
Back pain. Everyone ends up with a sore back at some point in their life. Lift something too heavy? Sleep wrong? Have a fall? Most of the time, back pain sorts itself out with little or no treatment. What does this have to do with pelvic health? Back pain that doesn’t get better with physio treatment, massage, or exercise might need a difference approach.   What kind of exercises come to mind when you think of treating back pain? Stretching and strengthening the core muscles a...
Posted on 2021-03-14
 “Do I really need someone to show me how to workout or move properly? After all I know my body best. “         The simple answer is yes. A kinesiologist has to spend at least four years in university and a lifetime afterwords to develop their skill set to help improve their clients movement, function and health.        A kinesiologist learns in depth information about human anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, rehabilitation...
Posted on 2021-02-11
You’ve probably noticed (either on yourself or someone else!) that the body needs to adapt to a growing baby during pregnancy. One of the ways it does this is by stretching the band of connective tissue between the rectus abdominus muscles (your 6 pack muscles). Research has shown that by the end of the 3rd trimester, 100% of women will have this separation, which is called diastasis rectus abdominus, or DRA. So we know that this separation is a totally normal part of pregnancy. In an idea...
Posted on 2021-02-10
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