Flexibility and mobility are often confused but are not the same. Practice stretching after workout and/or warmups but never while cold. Mobility drills can be done on their own, used as warmups or cool downs. Optimally, you should practice stretching tight muscles and mobilizing sticky joints every day. I put a few of my videos…

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I’ve never really had a real problem with motivation. Perhaps that’s because I don’t take my fitness goals too seriously. I take my health seriously, just not too seriously. I’m sure it definitely has something to do with the fact that I really enjoy working out and being active. But there certainly are times when…

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If you’re the type who doesn’t use vacation time as an excuse to veer off your fitness plan, then a simple TRX and bodyweight workout may be just for you. Bringing a TRX along when you travel allows you the opportunity to get an efficient and challenging workout done right in your hotel room. Or…

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  Everybody has the same 24 hours. You can choose to use it wisely. It’s true that sometimes doing absolutely nothing is time very well spent. Other times, try using a couple minutes at a time, a few times, over the course of the day to move you body and get in some exercise reps.…

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The best thing to do for shoulder and spine health is to practice movement. Parts of you spine are meant to move in many different planes and your shoulders love to move around in space. Try this sequence daily and you will love the results. Your golf swing will never be better. Contact me here…

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I love to workout outdoors. Especially in a natural surrounding. In this video, I demonstrate 17 kettlebell exercises, but mostly what I’m demonstrating is the kettlebell’s versatility.   Contact me here to book your assessment. Registered Holistic Nutritionist (R.H.N) – Canadian School of Natural Nutrition Certified Personal Training Specialist – CanFitPro Functional Movement Screen Certified…

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Whether you’re jumping into an impromptu soccer match with your kids, a leisurely hike, a quick nine holes, or just visiting some shops downtown, joint pain due to wear and tear or previous injury can put a real damper on your favourite pastimes. Although pain may cause you to think twice about incorporating exercise into…

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Using a lacrosse ball for self massage can be a very simple treatment for issues such as plantar fasciitis and low back pain. This technique can also restore ankle mobility and help improve squat depth, which can help make your workouts more effective. This video gives a quick demonstration. Try it out for yourself. Contact…

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