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Why we have to exercise today!

Those New Year’s Resolutions to exercise more, eat less, give up alcohol or quit smoking might no...

JANUARY 2021 MEMBER OF THE MONTH - RON

We are so happy to introduce Ron as January’s Member of the Month! Ron is an inspiring member at ...

NOVEMBER 2020 MEMBER OF THE MONTH - DENISE

We are honoured to introduce Denise as November’s Member of the Month! Denise was the very first ...

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3 Simple Ways to Love Your Body a Little More Each Day

When was the last time you walked by a mirror and complimented yourself? Most of us can’t remember a time, because it is so rare to be happy with our bodies. Typically, we disapprove of our reflection and notice the things we need to improve or change rather than celebrating the person we see in the mirror. You deserve a little love, especially from yourself. Here are 3 simp...

How to Get Motivated (for real this time)!

I am an exercise physiologist by training. I spent four years of university studying the effects of exercise on the human body. I then spent another year volunteering in a hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation program learning how to use exercise to treat chronic disease. I know without a doubt that exercising is one of the most important things I can do to keep my body h...

FEBRUARY 2020 MEMBER OF THE MONTH - FRAN M.

This month we are honoured to introduce Fran from LIVE WELL Abbotsford as the Member of the Month for February 2020! Many people, like Fran, can struggle to recover from a major health event. Exercise can help you regain your strength and confidence so that you can get back to living your life. The key, as highlighted in this member’s story, is to start at a low intensity...

Exercise for Aging Parents: The Fountain of Youth

They say a parent will always worry about their children regardless of their age. But there comes a time in a child’s life, somewhere in their 30s or 40s, where the balance starts to tip, and we find ourselves worrying about our parents more than they need to worry about us. With advances in age, we may notice changes in mobility, balance, energy, and cognition that prevent ...

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