October 2, 2011October is International Walk to School Month (iwalk)!
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.
September 30, 2011I have been focusing my training on preparing for the half marathon in October - Its coming up fast now!
September 19, 2011Thousands of British Columbians took part in Terry Fox Runs across the province this past weekend to commemorate an inspiring Canadian and to raise funds for cancer research.
September 19, 2011On August 8th, the Healthy Families BC team launched the Walking Challenge in an effort to assist British Columbians in increasing their health and wellbeing through walking.
September 16, 2011A number of weeks ago, I decided to ride my bike from my home in Abbotsford to Harrison Hot Springs for some meetings.
September 12, 2011In my previous blog, I introduced interval training. The purpose of this post is to show you what a generalized interval training routine looks like.
September 9, 2011I tend to prefer jogging and working out in the evenings. For me, there are a few reasons for that – it’s cooler, and I can do it when I get home from work.
September 6, 2011When writing last week's blog, I just couldn't get interval training off my mind as I think it's one of the best ways to improve fitness and cut down exercise time!
September 2, 2011As August comes to an end, I am reflecting on my vacation time and the importance of a routine...
August 29, 2011When counselling individuals, one of the first things I hear is: "I just have no time". Yes, life's demanding, jobs are less active, and it's daunting to think of sweating in the gym for hours at the end of day.