Its just 6 weeks away and Im starting to get nervous, training for my first 10K race. I’ve been researching and training. So far here are some of my favorite tips. Stay tuned for more from my journey!
Sleep is often an overlooked part of any healthy living plan. The body requires sleep for both physical and mental health. Some of the benefits of sleep include, medical higher pain threshold, increased immunity, better memory and mood and weight loss. The National Sleep Foundation recommends 7-9 hours of sleep each night for adults between 18 to 64. In 2011, it was reported that 61 percent of Canadian adults get fewer than 8 hours of sleep each night, 30 percent of which get fewer than 6 hours a night.
For more of my tips check out my latest article for Byblacks.com
Super Bowl is less than a week away! And this year marks its 50 anniversary, pretty exciting. Over the last few years the NFL has been gaining negative media attention with the off-field behaviour of its players, deflated balls, and the rise in concussion amongst past and present players. Although a very serious injury many of you would be surprised to note that concussions are not the most common injury experienced by players. In fact 50% of all injuries sustained by NFL players include the lower limb. Concussions account for only 7.4% of football injuries. OF the lower limb the knee is most commonly injured joint. Common injuries include, sprained/torn ACL, Torn Meniscus and Sprained/Torn MCL. Here’s the breakdown: Continue Reading…
Notable.ca is Canada’s leading online lifestyle magazine for driven young professionals. I was so thrilled to have been featured as a notable young professional. With the first notable awards just weeks away I wanted to share my feature. It was a great opportunity for me to reflect on my career and pass on advice that has helped me over the years. Find out more at