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Breaking One’s COVID-19 Training Routine


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As confinement measures are being eased for sports throughout Québec, we can now vary our physical activities and thus avoid getting bored! Here are three alternatives to your now habitual walks or runs:

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Running: Planning Is the Key to Performance


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By Mylène Poirier
Olympe Kinesiologist

So you’ve decided to sign up for a running event, maybe a fund-raiser like À vos masques, prêts, bougez! ? If you haven’t done so yet, it is now time start your preparatory training. But first, you need to plan your training sessions in order to progressively get yourself ready while reducing the risk of injury.

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À vos masques, prêts, bougez! Kick-off: Get Moving with Us for the Breakfast Club of Canada!


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Born of the initiative of three of Québec’s leading fitness enterprises that care about Quebecers’ health, À vos masques, prêts, bougez! is a virtual run organized to raise funds for the Breakfast Club of Canada while encouraging children to achieve their full potential and inviting Quebecers to move despite the (de)confinement imposed onto them by the COVID-19 public health crisis.

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Three Factors Influencing Your Motivation


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By Stéphanie Boivin
Olympe Kinesiologist

Everyone has tried adopting a better lifestyle at least once. Without having to consult an expert, most of us are aware of bad habits that we would benefit from changing. Nonetheless, despite our best intentions and strong social support, not all of us manage to achieve the desired changes. Indeed, there are a plethora of factors that can negatively impact a person’s motivation and make it hard for them to reach their goals. Today, I will present you with three such factors, namely genetics, treatment-induced motivation and deprivation level.

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Is there a physical ability that you can’t train?


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By Stéphanie Boivin
Olympe kinesiologist

The main reasons to engage in physical activity are already well-numerous and extremely varied. Some people train to gain muscles, some do it to evacuate stress. Some target performance, others think of their health, first. I suggest we look at two uncommon advantages to practice physical activities.

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