August 8, 2012Instead of focusing on back to school stuff, I thought it would be exciting to keep the Olympic torch burning and discuss some creative ways for non-athletes and families to benefit from the games.
Being active gives you an overall feeling of wellbeing. Canada's Physical Activity Guidelines recommend at least 60 minutes a day for children and 150 minutes a week for adults. Here's how to incorporate physical activity into your life.
July 23, 2012The Olympics kick off Friday! Don’t just sit on the couch, get involved with your family and friends and inspire a generation!
July 9, 2012Ever spend an entire day outside on a mid summer scorcher only to come home with an insane headache, extreme thirst, lack of concentration and extreme irritability?
June 29, 2012Over the past decade, it’s safe to say that I have consulted thousands of individuals looking to improve their health through physical activity.
June 26, 2012How do you keep your healthy eating or physical activity goals? We explore how to enjoy yourself while maintaining a healthier lifestyle with our blog Underwater Epiphanies.
June 25, 2012For those that don’t know, Velo-city Global is the world’s premier international cycling and planning conference. It’s a four day event, jam packed with great sessions and offers delegates from around the globe...
June 18, 2012Summer is almost here and there’s no better time for people to start taking action to improve their health and body image.
June 12, 2012Even though children were failing to achieve healthy levels of active play throughout the nation, it was interesting to see that the majority of children would choose active play over screen time and sedentary activities if provided with the opportunity!
June 4, 2012On May 29th 2012, Active Healthy Kids Canada released the 2012 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth.
May 28, 2012Bike to work week has arrived! No better way to foster increased activity, better health and improved quality of life...