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Nov
2017

Signs Of Overtraining

The first symptom of overtraining is that if you suspect that you are overtraining, you probably are. All joking aside, overtraining has very serious long and short-term health implications that you should be aware of. Decreased performance and stunted progress Decreased performance levels can be the result of being psychologically and/or physiologically burnt out. If you are feeling burnt out and you are not progressing, take a step back and take a break for a couple of days. Insomnia &…

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Arthritis Stretches With Liz Pollock

Hi, my name is Liz Pollock. I’m here today to talk to you a little about arthritis, some prevention, some therapies, and just different ways to approach it. So, if you’re ever looking at major arthritis within the feet, knees, or hips, you always wanna make sure that you’re doing…


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#FallFlexibilityChallenge

Crisp air, colourful foliage and early sunsets. Autumn is the time of year to hike rural trails, walk your nearest apple orchard, and enjoy a s’more by the fire. It’s these activities that keep us fit during the colder months (well, maybe not the s’mores). But, often, whether you’re laser-focused…


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Interview with Elizabeth Pollock

Osteopathy treatment can alleviate pain and improve mobility, particularly for arthritis patients. In this latest post, we chat with Elizabeth Pollock, Manual Osteopath and Clinic Director at Physiomed Nobleton. Pollock is a Kinesiologist with a background in active therapy. She has worked with both professional and amateur athletes to reduce…


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Exercises Professional Hockey Players Do Daily

Professional hockey players are elite athletes that train hard whether they are at the minor league level or in the NHL. The exercise regimes for these athletes is often a combination of cardio, reactive drills, and muscle development to give their entire bodies a full workout. If you want to…


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Best Workouts To Improve Your Golf Game Next Season

For many people, playing golf is a hobby – but that doesn’t mean you have to have a lousy game and risk injuries every time you hit the links. There are certain workouts you can do to stay in shape and improve your game next season. The workouts below are…


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AUG 2017 Most Common Upper Body Injuries

Hockey can be a dangerous sport. It is important for players to know how to prevent and treat injuries that occur during games. Unfortunately, these injuries leave many in the dark with descriptions such as “lower-body” and “upper-body” injuries. These injuries are purposely vague to leave some question as to…


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How To Protect Your Foot Health

Summer is approaching, and with warmer weather comes more physical activity. Getting out and walking is a favorite activity in the summertime. But the hot weather and increased time on your feet can lead to unwanted issues. If you’re walking around a lot this summer, here are 4 things you…


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Dr. Alison O’ Brien-Moran Suggests 5 Vegetables You Should Be Eating

Numerous health related articles and resources discuss how vegetables are important in your diet. However, Dr. Alison O’ Brien-Moran takes us through 5 types of vegetables that are essential to your overall health and well-being. Some of these may surprise you! In the following video, Dr. Alison O’Brien-Moran discusses the…


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How Teenagers Can Stay Healthy

Teenagers are vulnerable to a wide range of injuries that result from their active lifestyles. Participating in athletic sports and physically demanding hobbies are some of the ways that injuries related to wear and tear can arise. Muscle strains, bone fractures, and overuse injuries are issues that today’s teenagers often…


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