I need your help, dear readers. This semester I am teaching a course on Exercise Testing and Prescription for undergraduate Kinesiology students. At the end of the course students will be eligible to challenge a
A few months ago my wife gave birth to our first baby. It’s been a steep learning curve. As expected, getting much physical activity has been tough at times. However, the single most helpful tool
Add this to the #facepalm files. I took the above photo at a convenience store in Charlottetown this summer. As you can see on the package, the candy is proudly advertised as “no sugar added”.
At various points over the past few years, I have been fortunate to basically have a gym as my office. I’ve worked near treadmills, exercise bikes, light free weights, and a bunch of machines (bench
After reading Peter’s post from earlier this week on the problems with BMI, I thought I should repost the below article from a couple years ago. I had an interesting experience at my last
It seems that every time I go to the grocery store I see more products proudly announcing that they have “no sugar added”. Typically these claims are seen on juice and other products that contain a