Fitness

Fitness

A Canadian's Plight

Dr. Lindsay Heubner, November 12 2018

If you are a snowmobiler or a skier, chances are you are very likely excited about the upcoming winter; however, not everyone looks forward to snowfalls of 10-30 cm.  Snow means shovelling, and shovelling means a potential for injury. As chiropractors, we definitely see a lot of injuries related to this unwelcome, but necessary chore throughout the...

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Fitness

Let’s Beat the Winter Slump!

Leanne Kranz, November 9 2018

If you’re like me, remaining motivated to stay active during the winter can be difficult. It’s cold and you just want to curl up on the couch with a blanket, and something hot to drink. Am I right? Now here are some key tricks that keep me moving: 1. I refuse to hit that snooze button! I always say to set your phone or alarm clock across the room f...

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Fitness

Three Parts to a More Active Life

Dr. Nikhil Bair-Patel, May 4 2018

We know we should exercise but who has the time? With our hectic schedules and our daylight-shortened days, it is often difficult to do the right things for our health. Statistically, according to a recent poll, only 25% of the population exercises on a regular basis. Health Canada guidelines suggest 30 minutes of moderate activity 5 days a week (1...

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