Most of us know we should stretch after a workout, but fewer know why, and even less know what a proper cool down should look like.
Many people are surprised to hear that appropriate amounts of exercise is one of the best ways to reduce chronic inflammation.
From time to time, we all might be guilty of skipping a warm up. But if that has become your norm, it’s time to rethink how you allocate your exercise time.
Monitoring your heart rate during exercise is a great way to track intensity and fitness improvements. Learn if it could be right for you.
We know that regular exercise is good for our overall health, but did you know that includes digestive health as well?
You exercise regularly, but you’re still not making any progress. Could you be unintentionally sabotaging your exercise goals?
Lower back pain is one of the most frequent causes of activity limitation in adults today and, unfortunately, the root cause can be hard to diagnose. As part of a series on lower back pain, this article will focus on how tight muscles could be the culprit behind your daily pain and will provide examples of stretches that you can do in the comfort of your own home.
A new year means new fitness resolutions, but starting a new workout routine can be challenging – especially if you don’t know where to begin. To help get you started, we’ve put together a simple workout routine with five body weight exercises that target your whole body to promote strength, endurance, balance and core functioning. All you need is a little bit of floor space and a timer!
Is there such a thing as the “perfect” workout routine? Kinesiologist, Hedieh Hafizi, explains how to create the perfect workout plan.
In this webinar, Kathryn Wytsma-Fisher, Kinesiologist at Copeman Healthcare, will dive into all the details of HIIT and provide guidance on whether it might be the right fit for your exercise regime.