Living Well
Effective Strength Training for the Time Crunched
We’re realizing more and more that strength training is the gateway to a better life: being strong ensures we can thrive and continue to participate fully in all of things that make life...
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Effective Strength Training for the Time Crunched
We’re realizing more and more that strength training is the gateway to a better life: being strong ensures we can thrive and continue to participate fully in all of things that make life...
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Meet Colleen Prendergast
Through her experience as a former track athlete, Dr. Prendergast's overarching mission is to help patients regain proper bodily function and achieve homeostasis.Through her multidisciplinary...
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No Time to Lift? We have SO MANY solutions!
Strength Training is SO GOOD for us. It reduces wear and tear on the joints, improves running, cycling, and golf, boosts metabolism and mood, increases health span and range of motion, boosts...
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Sleep may be MORE important as we age
There remains a misconception that we need less sleep as we age. While sleep challenges become far more prevalent in older adults, the overall need for sleep is still the same: 7-9 hours per night.
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Women need to LIFT. Especially as we age.
The Globe and Mail recently published a terrific article on the importance of lifting weights for women who are experiencing perimenopause and menopause. It’s such a vital topic, we felt...
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Gratitude
I’ve been thinking a lot about gratitude these days. “I must have written about this topic before…” I mused this morning. Sure enough, I uncovered a post from April 2020....
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Your smart watch isn't always so smart
I love smart watches. From my first Garmin to my current Apple Watch, I often find the tracking and data push me – inspire me? – to do just a little bit more. Run one extra kilometer,...
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Interval Training Impacts Health Span
There’s lots of interesting advice these days on how to live longer. I’m far more interested in how to live better. A recent paper cites that while life expectancy has increased...
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