What is myofascial cupping?Myofascial cupping (also just called cupping) is a process by which a therapist puts varying sizes of cups on parts of the body using suction which creates a lifting of the tissues resulting in a "bump" of skin within the cup. The cups can be placed on specific acupoints, trigger points, areas… Continue reading 10 reasons to try Myofascial Cupping
Do you think about what to wear when you are in the shower? Yes / No Do you talk on the phone while folding laundry? Yes / No Do you read the news online while your eating lunch? Yes / No Chances are you do some of these - if not other multi-tasking activities numerous… Continue reading Enhance your efficiency and mental wellness by single-tasking
Hey folks! I did a short piece on an ongoing event at Edmonton's Callingwood Farmers' Market - if you're in or near the area, check it out as this is one huge, amazing market and did I mention free, family friendly fitness classes?? You can check it out by clicking on this link -> http://www.callingwoodmarketplace.com/free-fitness-programs-promote-health-and-community-connection… Continue reading Free Weekly Fitness Classes at the Farmers’ Market – if you’re in or near Edmonton!
By now, you have the basic knowledge and ingredients for a virtually equipment free workout. Now here are a few tips to keep you going strong. *Note from the author: Yikes...if you were following this and eagerly awaiting this fourth installment, my most sincere apologies as life got right in my face for a few… Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to a No Equipment Workout – Part 4 of 4
There is much confusion in the world of nutrition. Some swear by certain food benefits while others stay away from the very same food. One such food that has been the source of much controversy is soy & soy based products. What is soy? As stated on Wikipedia: "Glycine max, commonly known as soybean in… Continue reading Soy: a disease-preventing superfood or a dangerous health threat disguised as a diet-friendly protein? What you need to know.
Okay...so you might need some equipment...like a wall, or some chairs, maybe a bar at the park, a pull-up bar...but it's fairly minimal, I promise! In order to build strength (possibly size as well – this relies heavily on diet) we need to progressively overload muscle with more resistance. Most people just continue to increase… Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to a No Equipment Workout – Part 3 of 4
Ok. I know this is a workout guide, however i think it's fairly safe to assume that most of us have a strong aesthetic component to our workout motivation, right? So - I'm about to share with you the Holy Grail of enhancing the shape of your body whether you want to lose or… Continue reading THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO A NO EQUIPMENT WORKOUT – PART 2 OF 4