Kinesiology vs Physiotherapy

Kinesiology vs Physiotherapy If you’re a senior who is not involved in activities to continually develop muscle strength and conditioning or someone in your 20s or 30s who has problems with mobility, you should seek healthcare professionals who can help you get back...

3 Box or Park Bench Exercises to Activate your Lower Body Muscles

How do I build my lower body muscles? Plyometric exercises are powerful aerobic exercises that can be used to increase your speed, endurance, and strength. They involve you having to exert your muscles to their maximum potential for a short period of time. These three...

3 Wall Squat Variations you can do at Home

Do wall squats build muscle? Wall squats are a compound exercise because it works multiple muscle groups, so you are gaining a lot for the work you put in! These 3 variations go beyond the fundamental muscle groups and really works on engaging additional muscles....

3 TRX/Suspension Trainer Exercises for any Fitness Level

Why is TRX Suspension Training unique? Including TRX Suspension Trainers changes exercise into a challenge for your core. Gravity and bodyweight are used as a resistance to build strength, balance and coordination. There are benefits to using total body resistance...

3 Push Up Variations to Activate your Upper Body Muscles

Different kinds of push ups We are going to be moving away from a standard push up to activate more muscles in your body in this post. A simple variation can alter the way muscles work together while strengthening and stabilizing them in the process. These are perfect...

3 Bodyweight Exercises (You’ve Never Seen Before!)

How can I build my body without weights? These exercises combine variations of movements to maximize their effectiveness for your body. Each exercise can be done with no weight, making it perfect for at home! This workout can increase your strength and stability in...

4 Exercises for Back and Core Muscles Strengthening

How do you strengthen your back and core? As promised, this week I will share some of the exercises Stefanie provided me with to strengthen my back and core muscles! Please note: these exercises were prescribed in specificity to the level of severity of my injury....

3 Bodyweight Hamstring Exercises (Minimal Equipment Required)

Do I need to train my hamstrings? Training your hamstrings is important because they are used very frequently in daily life, from bending your knees to walking and running. If your hamstrings are weak, it can cause back, knee or even foot pain. Here are 3 bodyweight...

Importance of Core Strength (for Heavy Lifting and Exercising)

Does having a weak core cause back pain? Hello all, This week’s blog post will take a detour from my usual knee injury discussion! As we all know, life tends to run far from smoothly and we often encounter bumps in the road. This week, which happened to be a stressful...

3 Exercises for Patellar Tendinopathy (What is Patellar Tendinopathy?)

How do you treat patellar tendinopathy? Hey guys! I am back to discuss my second physiotherapy session with Tom. In this session we began more of an active approach to healing. I learned more about what my injury is and exercises I can use to heal! Tom informed me...

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Kinesiology vs Physiotherapy

Kinesiology vs Physiotherapy If you’re a senior who is not involved in activities to continually develop muscle strength and conditioning or someone in your 20s or 30s who has problems with mobility, you should seek healthcare professionals who can help you get back...

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3 Wall Squat Variations you can do at Home

3 Wall Squat Variations you can do at Home

Do wall squats build muscle? Wall squats are a compound exercise because it works multiple muscle groups, so you are gaining a lot for the work you put in! These 3 variations go beyond the fundamental muscle groups and really works on engaging additional muscles....

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