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  • Sugar – The unsweet truth

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on January 30, 2018

    We all know that sugar isn’t good for us, but based on what I see most people put in their grocery carts, they either don’t understand what sugar is, how much they consume or what the real side effects are.  Sugar is in almost everything, in obvious and hidden ways.  Things that people classify as […]

  • Skinny mom?

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on September 8, 2017

    Ladies, with the constant diets and eating trends, I encourage people to find what works for them. But we must be aware of how much it consumes our time, energy and focus. Let’s be aware of how we speak around our children, especially young girls. As a coach, I am aware that my habits and […]

  • What are the best athletes doing that you’re not?

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on March 25, 2017

    I am around 2 very different groups of people.  Athletes and gym goers.  These are not one and the same thing.  Gym goers diet and exercise.  Athletes train and eat.  They eat and train to perform, not to look a certain way.  Yet, if you look at the best athletes in the world, their bodies […]

  • Who’s got your back?

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on March 10, 2017

    All my clients and anyone I’ve given advice to knows that I emphasize training your back.  I always say, 2 to 1 ratio of posterior (back of the body) chain to anterior (front of the body).  This is for a few reasons, gravity is constantly pulling up forward and down.  Our ‘seated’ lifestyle is dragging […]

  • Why I’m not an ‘Online Coach’

    By Dallas Price | In Blog | on January 3, 2017

    There’s been many an article addressing a new internet phenomena, the ‘online fitness coach’.  You’ve seen them.  They post tons of videos of them working out, sometimes one of a client, but normally just themselves.  You’re not really sure what their qualifications are, except that they have lots of muscles, super impressive workout videos and […]

  • Early Sport Specialization

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on December 12, 2016

    We are seeing children moving towards specializing in 1 sport at younger ages now, especially in sports like hockey, dance, gymnastics…  I think the push is because we see high level athletes or Olympians that explain how they were playing their sport at a very young age.  What they probably fail to mention is the […]

  • Feeding the young athlete

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on November 5, 2016

    As a coach, I often talk to my athletes about what they’re eating.  I know if they’re anything like me in high school, their diet is far from what it should be to sustain the amount of activity they’re doing.  My calories mostly came from breads and dairy products, which we grew up thinking were […]

  • Cardio for Weight Trainers

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on October 19, 2016

    I often have clients ask what they should do for cardio.  I have 2 answers, cardio is cardio is cardio.  No 1 machine or modality is better than another.  It is how you use them and what you are most comfortable with.  Secondly, ‘go as hard as you can, for as long as you can.’ […]

  • The truth about Eggs!

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on August 22, 2016

    One of the most common questions/comments I get when I talk to people about nutrition, is whether they can eat eggs every day.  Everyone in the fitness and health industry have known for years that eggs got a bad rep for all the wrong reasons.  There are now countless articles and studies that show that […]

  • Enabling your young athletes

    By Dallas Price | In Articles | on August 16, 2016

    I have now trained and coached some pretty amazing young athletes. From Charity Williams who just won a bronze medal with the Canadian Rugby 7s team at Rio, to a 13yr old, 5’11” Ontario rep basketball player. From hockey players to gymnasts, I see their parents working hard to provide the best training and coaching […]

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