Fitness

Embrace your sisu

Sisu is an ancient Finnish concept that embodies courage, resilience, determination, perseverance and inner strength. It is an action-oriented mindset. Sisu allows you to take on a challenge seemingly beyond…

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Fitness is not a fad

Thirty years ago, I was a freshly certified strength and conditioning coach. Pumped and primed, I landed my first job in the fitness industry. The weight room at the YMCA…

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Marking a fitness milestone

Robert Roy expands RobFit Mont-Tremblant with on-line training Although 2020 has not given us a lot to celebrate, it marks Robert Roy’s 30th anniversary in the fitness industry. Three decades…

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Jump into winter

Winter sports demand a combination of stamina and cardio fitness as well as strength. But to really kick your season into high gear, you’ll need to add power. Plyometrics, also…

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Not your average torture chamber

Getting outside your comfort zone requires trying new things – and sometimes doing scary things. Pilates checks both those boxes for me. As an adventure is always better when shared,…

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Stabilize your core to save your knees

Knee pain and/or injury is one of the most common reasons people visit a physician or sports therapist. But research has found the key to lowering the risk of knee…

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Boost your speed on the track

Whether you are new to running or have hundreds of kilometres behind you, track running is a valuable addition to your weekly running routine. Interval training The track is built…

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Exercices for healthy bones

Exercise is important for building strong bones when we are young, and is essential for maintaining bone strength as we age. Exercise works on bones much like it works on muscles — by making them stronger. Because bone is a living…

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Can you exercise too much?

Because regular exercise is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle, rarely, if ever, does a coach raise the idea of exercising too much. Which is exactly why I think…

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Accepting change

Stay fit for life, not a finish line Cabin fever can be added to the list of current contagious infections. Our time spent indoors in self-isolation and practicing safe social…

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