If you don’t have a solution, create one

If you don’t have a solution, create oneLearning from the pros Learning from the Pros interviews professional entrepreneurs who are currently in the trenches growing their businesses. Through insightful conversations, we unpack their common business challenges and identify the lessons every business owner needs to learn so they can accelerate their own business growth. Learning from the Pros is produced by Amplomedia…

Fitbit Charge 5 kicks health and wellness up a notch

Fitness trackers have come a long way since the pedometer

Fitbit Charge 5 kicks health and wellness up a notchIf you’ve been seriously thinking about trading in your wristwatch for a health and fitness tracker, then the latest Fitbit Charge 5 is the one to take along for the ride. The Fitbit Charge 5 keeps a pulse on your stress, heart health, typical daily activities and overall well-being regardless of your age or daily…

Beware the psychological risks for kids in youth sports

Here are a few psychological risks parents should look for

Beware the psychological risks for kids in youth sportsWhen people ask me what I think about youth sports today, I often say there’s “too much adult in youth sports.” When adults are heavily involved in youth sports, ego-and-greed-based decisions and activities are sure to be part of the environment. Win-at-all-costs (WAAC) and profit-at-all-costs (PAAC) mentalities and policies are increasingly part of the youth…

Shining a light on health and wellness for young girls

Shining a light on health and wellness for young girlsLearning from the pros Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Amplify Your Business, produced by Amplomedia in partnership with Troy Media, will interview professional entrepreneurs who are currently in the trenches growing their businesses. Through insightful conversations, we will be unpacking their common business challenges and identifying the lessons every business owner needs to learn so…

Running Everest Marathon takes a community to reach your goals

Edmontonian Kate Storey ran the 42.2-km Everest Marathon. It took her seven and a half hours

Running Everest Marathon takes a community to reach your goals  When you hear stories about Everest, they usually involve people trying to get up the mountain. Not for Kate Storey. At the end of May, she ran the Everest Marathon – a 42.2-km race down the mountain from Everest’s South Base Camp that took her seven and a half hours. She finished as the second-quickest international…

Five things you should know about eating a high-protein diet

Many people could benefit from getting more plant- and animal-based sources in their meals

Five things you should know about eating a high-protein dietWhen it comes to healthy eating, it’s not always clear what should be on your plate – and in what amounts. What is clear, according to Carla Prado, is that most people can benefit from more protein in their diet. Our bodies need protein to maintain muscle mass and support biological functions such as healing…

Making a strong case for more phys-ed in Canadian schools

Students with daily activity requirements are physically and emotionally healthier and perform better academically

Making a strong case for more phys-ed in Canadian schoolsJosh Fullan is the executive director of Maximum City, a national education and engagement organization based in Toronto. He recently wrote a compelling opinion piece on the need for more physical education in schools for The Globe and Mail. Fullan outlines the physical, mental and academic benefits of regular exercise. He emphasizes the academic and…

Physical wellness partnership connects students with Alberta Indigenous

U of A students work with Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta to turn data into solutions

Physical wellness partnership connects students with Alberta IndigenousThe COVID-19 pandemic forced a lot of organizations to rethink how they were serving their communities – for some, those pivots took them exactly where they needed to go. That was certainly the case with a new partnership between the Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta (ISCA) and the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation.…

More crazy, wacky gadgets at CES 2022

More items on display at the recent Consumer Electronics Show that you can probably live without

More crazy, wacky gadgets at CES 2022Would you use these eight gadgets? BMW iX Flow Zen for meditation Virtual Ride fitness bike Lumini PM smart mirror Ainenne for sleeping babies Petnow for your dog’s nose print a smart door for your house HomeChef 7-in-1 compact oven They were all on display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this year after…

Regular exercise, healthy diet could improve odds of surviving cancer

New American Cancer Society guide for survivors highlights exercise, nutrition as key long-term factors

Regular exercise, healthy diet could improve odds of surviving cancerEngaging in regular physical activity and following a healthy diet could help cancer survivors increase their likelihood of long-term survival and reduce the odds of their cancer coming back, according to the American Cancer Society’s newly released guidelines for cancer survivors. “From a cancer patient perspective, these are the things you can do for yourself, to help…
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