Last up in our golf series, we're talking about building power. Power, by definition, is a combination of strength and speed - so the strength work we talked about previously will contribute here as well
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Next up in our golf series, we’re talking about building strength. When we talk strength for golf, we’re looking at building the stability needed to keep your joints protected, the muscular endurance necessary to keep
Have you ever wished you could drive the ball further, harder, faster – and all while reducing the wear and tear on your body? When training to improve your golf performance, we prioritize 3 main
Last month, we shared a basic checklist for getting “Ready to Run”. This week, we’re diving a bit more into the strength side of this equation, with some thoughts on how to prioritize exercise selection
This week, we're celebrating one full year since launching our blog, and we wanted to take a look back at our favourite posts from this first year. If you're new to following us, here are
Looking to get healthier, but not a fan of the green stuff (or red, yellow, orange, purple, white either)? Vegetables are a must, but if you turn up your nose at the thought of eating
Have you ever felt intimidated by the Deadlift? Maybe you've seen some cringe-worthy, back-bending lifts going on at the gym, and decided it wasn't for you - but this week's technique tip will give
Spring has sprung! The sun is out, the grass is getting greener, and all the running enthusiasts are off the treadmill and back outside. Maybe you’ve been thinking about joining them – but are you
In this week's technique tip, Heidi goes through the basics of the bench press. Check out the video below, and then read on for some troubleshooting! https://youtu.be/ji7E2P1GiE4 A few last points to consider: If
You’ve heard it before: more isn’t always better. Sometimes less is more. One aspect of fitness that we don’t often relate to this saying, however, is range of motion. We tend to think more movement