Humidex? More Like Ice-Creamidex! (July 4, 2013)


For my July 4 article about summertime fitness, Humidex? More Like Ice-Creamidex! either click here or keep reading.   Ah, summer. Cocktails on the patio, barbecues at the cottage, and finally perfecting that golden tan. What’s not to love? Well, if you’re like me, summer can present its own unique set of diet and exercise dilemmas. Your […]

Women, Weights, and the Gender Divide (June 20, 2013)


For my June 20 article about women and weights, Women, Weights, and the Gender Divide, either click here or keep reading!    Last week, I shared what I called “the worst fitness advice around” with you. Carbs are terrible, the elliptical isn’t terrible, spot reduction really works — all bad advice. But in my view, nothing is […]

The Worst Fitness Advice Around (June 13, 2013)


For my June 13 article about the oh-so-common terrible fitness tips, The Worst Fitness Advice Around, either click here or keep reading!   It’s no secret that we live in a 24/7 information economy. Not only do we have access to information on our smartphones, tablets and our computers, but the barrage of never-ending news scrolls through […]

Time Budgeting: Make the Most of Your Workout (June 6, 2013)


To read my June 6 article about managing time and getting the best of your workout no matter your schedule, Time Budgeting: Make the Most of Your Workout, either click here or keep reading!   It always amazes me that from fitness magazines to TV shows and everything in between, women get their fitness advice from […]

You Booze, You Lose… and not in the Good Way (April 18, 2013)

For April 18th’s article You Booze You Lose, and not in the Good Way either click here or keep on reading!   Alcohol. It evokes so many fond memories for most people; a special bottle of wine, a pina colada on vacation in Mexico, a pitcher of beer with friends during hockey playoffs. Not me. I […]

The Do’s and Dont’s of Your Fitness Dollars

Don't be this guy.

The diet and fitness industry is a multi-billion dollar entity. Everyone is out to convince you that if you ever want to be anything other than morbidly obese, you have to buy their product. Sorting it all out can get a little overwhelming. I’d rather save all of my money for a new pair (or […]

The Cost of Health (April 11, 2013)

Either click here or keep reading for April 11th’s piece on eating healthy on a budget. The trick is to know where to spend, and where to save! Thrilled to be on the cover of the paper and my section. The Cost of Health The diet and exercise industry is full of cliches. From daytime […]

To Vegan or Not to Vegan? (April 6, 2013)

Either click here or keep reading for April 6th’s piece on the pros and cons of going vegan. Happy to be on the cover of my section! To Vegan or not to Vegan? Going vegan (or eliminating all animal products from your diet) seems to become more and more popular by the day. Now much […]

Spring (Realistically) Into Action (March 30, 2013)

Either click here or keep reading for my March 30th piece on spring fitness and reaching your fitness goals. Thrilled to be on the cover of my section! Spring (realistically) into action Finally, after suffering through the agony of January and February, the calendar tells us it is spring. Though we’ve still got snow on […]

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