How to get strong like Emma Coburn, Colleen Quigley and Natasha Wodak
For strength training, runners are better off using free weights or bodyweight exercises. Here’s why
When winter is at its worst, opting to stay indoors and using an indoor track or treadmill may be the safest and most effective way to get a run in.
With winter approaching, Susan has resigned herself to getting that good old gym membership. While she has committed, she isn’t sure how she feels about it.
For many runners in Canada, the winter season means the inevitable prospect of facing nasty outdoor conditions. Ice, snow, wind and continuously cold temperatures are less than ideal for running and training and mean […]
Gym looking really packed lately? It doesn’t mean you have to steer clear until the crowds dwindle. September can become a pretty busy month at the gym. Somehow that back-to-school attitude still holds strong for […]
Are your children getting enough exercise? As a runner you’re likely instilling a healthy lifestyle on your children, though the same can’t be said for many of their peers. Only four per cent of Canadian […]
Another reason to avoid the treadmill: the air outside is probably a lot better than at your local gym. You may want to think twice about staying inside on the treadmill instead of heading outside this […]
Getting started in running is one of the cheaper ways to get yourself into shape. All you really need to get started is a pair of shoes, but there is no shortage of items […]