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What is a Torn Meniscus

A meniscus tear is an injury to the shock absorber of the knee joint. Two types of cartilage are in the knee. The meniscus is a type of cartilage that sits between the thigh bone and shin bone. The meniscus functions to cushion the knee joint and provide stability to...

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Training Intensity

How hard you begin to train depends on your overall level of fitness. The soreness you experience can be lessened by decreasing the load you place on your muscles and by performing fewer sets. To avoid injury, you should gradually work into an exercise program and set...

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Muscle Strength & Endurance

To achieve the greatest benefit from exercise, it is important to develop an exercise program that allows you to work all the major muscle groups equally. To increase muscle strength, follow this principle: Increasing resistance plus maintaining the number of...

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The Role of a Mentor

This concept and learning paradigm resonates well with some while others will dismiss it entirely. I must admit that I didn’t fully appreciate the true value of a credible mentor until a few years ago. Perhaps this had to do with ignorance or my “ego” getting in the...

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July 2011

Hey team, I hope you are enjoying the heat as we are “baking” here in Southern Ontario with record breaking temperatures. Please take the necessary precautions and assist the elderly and children where appropriate. With that being said, I wanted to take a few moments...

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