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4 Reasons Why You Can’t Activate Your Glutes

This post is a sequel to a blog post that I wrote last year entitled: 19 Exercises to Tone and Strengthen Your Glutes. Your glutes are the largest, yet often most underused, muscle in your body. To quote Dan John, you are “sitting on a goldmine” and may not even know it. The inability to contract or activate […]

No Bake Energy Balls

I need to preface this recipe with an apology. These no bake energy balls are one of my favourite go-to snacks, so I have to apologize for not sharing the recipe with you sooner… as I know it will quickly become one of your favs as well. 😉 As you may or may not know, I am […]

Healthy Take Out: Homemade Chinese Fried Rice

I love Chinese take out, especially fried rice. But I don’t enjoy the sodium hangover that often goes along with it… so I decided to attempt to make my own fried rice. The recipe I came up with used the leftover brown rice and roast chicken that I had in my fridge. But you could absolutely make […]

APRIL IS F*&% CANCER MONTH

In February of 2000 my dad was diagnosed with bladder cancer. Succumbing to the disease a very short two months later. I was 17 at the time. April 7th marks the 17-year anniversary of my father’s death. It also means that my dad has not been in my life for as long as he was in […]

Soul-Soothing African Peanut Stew

Jen Booton, one of the coaches here at BIM, shared this recipe with me a couple of weeks ago with rave reviews. A little spicy and packed with nourishing veggies, this relatively easy to prepare vegetarian stew is the perfect meal to add a little warmth to a rainy night… which we seem to be […]