Huffington Post Canada
The right way to lift includes bending at the hips and knees, lowering into a squat position, keeping the load close to the body and straightening the legs to lift. In partnership with Robax, we show you the right way to lift all of life’s loads.
The plan to battle back against overweight and obesity has to start with simplifying the answer. What works for me? That's the question people should be asking. If you don't like to work out, why do you want to look like someone who does?
If you're planning on mastering the sit-up, you might want to quit while you're ahead. In a world of high-tech gym equipment and strange exercise gear that claims to shed the pounds, we're often told...
I know that becoming more athletic was part of how I managed to grow out of the unhealthy, unfit and unhappy teenage version of myself. I see this same pattern in many of my clients. The ones who have managed to make long-term lifestyle changes have all, in one way or another, found their "inner athlete." Here are some tips to finding your inner athlete.
Moderation in fitness and eating seems like an unlikely subject for a four-time Olympic athlete. There was nothing moderate about my 15-year training regime, or about my mental approach. But I also believe that many people have forgotten about fun in their search for a toned body.