Posts Tagged: endurance

Successful Life and Aging Starts With Movement

March 02, 2020

Movement is medicine. Wrong. Movement is life. Movement is what separates us from plants. While they exogenously produce chemicals to keep predators away, we have the freedom to move. In our most primitive form, we had the flight or freeze response—that is something that we share with other mammals. The fight response emerged later as […]

Pilates: An Approach to Movement

June 01, 2015

By Yvette Marcek Pilates: An Approach to Movement I have a well seasoned client at the age of 63 who has a great sense of humour and an attitude to match. Over the last few years he’s gone through two knee replacements. He travels the world and travels around Toronto, either walking, cycling, or on […]

Why YOU Should Drink Green Tea!

May 11, 2015

By Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND, CSCS Green tea has been used for thousands of years throughout India, China, and Japan as a panacea for longevity and health. Green tea is a member the Theaceae family of plants and contains numerous key nutrients that can help sedentary and active people improve overall health, lose weight, and […]