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Recovery & Regeneration

  What happens after a training session? There are two theories that describe the adaptive responses from a training bout. The General Adaptation Syndrome(GAS) model (Seyle, 1950) and the Fitness Fatigue model (Banister, 1982) are two used to describe the training response. In the GAS theory, a training stress...

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Lunge Variations

In today’s blog post, we’ll be covering lunge variations! Lunges are one of my all-time favourite exercises to do at the gym and to give to individuals with knee, hip, or back pain. The lunge helps to target multiple muscle groups: the quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings, calves and the core...

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Exercise and Nutrition

These recommendations are for the average person who exercises for general health and fitness, has no unique physiological needs and goals are modest. Athletes will have special considerations and will not be discussed here. For the average person who exercises regularly focus on the following: Deciding what to eat,...

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Easy Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

What’s so great about chia seeds? They’re full of antioxidants They contain lots of fiber They have a high content of Omega-3 fatty acids They’re high in calcium They’re a vegan source of protein They’re high in vitamins and minerals like calcium, potassium and magnesium Anti-inflammatory properties regulate cholesterol...

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