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Movement and Recovery

Your How to Foam Roll Guide

With frequent training or injury, our muscles and fascia can become tight, damaged, and develop knots and adhesions. This can lead to altered movement patterns, soft tissue fatigue, increased risk in injury and even a decrease in performance. So, how can you help prevent injury, promote recovery, enhance performance and ...

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The Issue that Women are Dealing with in Silence

After years of working with women suffering from pain and discomfort, we decided to open the dialogue and start the conversation of how to treat these important health issues in order to live a better life. If you are reading this and you do experience incontinence, pain and discomfort, we want ...

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Why we think Barefoot is Best.

Understanding Your Feet Your feet are rarely the focus of any training program yet are the most important part of your body when it comes to your movement! Most people tend to wear shoes that are overly supportive and/or constrictive so the muscles in the feet become weak. There are ...

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Our Complete Taylored Training Movement Prep

This is our complete Taylored Training Movement Prep! ALL of our members perform this warm-up (we call it movement preparation) before every single training session. And yes, before you ask, the same movement prep every time! Here are our two main reasons why: 1 – It mentally preps our members ...

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Do you Have Glute Amnesia?

 Your glutes are an incredibly important muscle group for many reasons, including preventing injury, improving performance, and let’s be honest, helping you fit nicely into your jeans!   This is why we want to show you some of the best exercises you can do to get your glutes properly fired ...

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Do you have SI Joint pain?

Anyone who has suffered from SIJ pain knows that it can cause some serious discomfort. Specifically this pain can be located in your back, hip, and even perhaps down your leg. Severe SI joint pain can lead to pain with day-to-day activities such as getting in and out of bed, walking up stairs ...

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Do You Have Tight Hips?

Do you have tight hips? One of the top five most common issues our head Physiotherapist Cassie sees on a daily basis is severe tightness in the hip flexors. Below is one of Cassie’s favorite hip flexor stretches to prescribe to patients with tight hips. But first, you need to understand this isn’t ...

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How you can you prevent and treat arthritis.

  What is Arthritis? There are a number of different types of arthritis, a group of conditions characterized by damaged joints, which cause pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. The two most commonly known types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis. In these types there is thinning or destruction of ...

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Tips to avoid injury while snow shovelling.

Around this time of year, our Canadian winters always lead to an influx of clients complaining of back pain, muscle strains, and a variety of other issues post heavy snowfall. Why? Believe it or not, from all of the shoveling! Heavy snowfalls lead to lots of shoveling, and oftentimes people ...

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An Exercise you should be doing – Deadbugs

The ‘deadbug’ is a common exercise used in our TT team training and personal training programs. It has quickly become a very popular exercise at the studio. The deadbug is a fantastic exercise to include in your workouts especially if you spend your day sitting.  

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