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Independence and exercise by Jennifer J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:03pm We know how to extend our lengevity Elderly Info 101: How to help the elderly keep their independence The best way to keep one's independence is to keep active. My cousins, who spend winters in Arizona, but live in Saskatchewan, brought this game to Muskoka. Pickleball! OUTDOORS MUSKOKA — Pickleball craze hits Muskoka It’s like ... Read on »
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British Transplant Games by Justine Posted Mon 23 Aug 2010 9:41am I'm starting with the necessary link before you read my news. In memory of my friend, Joe Doyle who died waiting for a transplant, leaving behind his wife and adorable 4 children. Gutted is an understatement about how I feel about this, especially as I visited him just 2 weeks before his sad departure to t ... Read on »
Get 'Em Active. But Ask, Don't Demand. by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 27 Jun 2010 6:48am As a parent, you want the best for you kids, both mentally and physically. Sometimes it's easy to over impose your own desires and wants on your kids without really finding out what they want. As a parent, I've learned that sometimes you have to step back and forget about your "likes" and let your child share what they love about life. Just bec ... Read on »
Transplant Games 2012 by Justine Posted Wed 12 Sep 2012 4:34pm                                                      Wednesday 22nd August Welcome to Westfield Health British Transplant Games, taking place this year 2012 in Medway (Kent). I arrived the night before, as was due to rehearse at Dicken's World with Jamie (another transplantee) for a magic performance on the Friday night. It was fuelled w ... Read on »
Great World City by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:21pm Great World City Child , Parenting , Places Kids Love Had an enjoyable day at Great World City and this would not have been possible if its not for Cendrine from Snippets of Joy . I have not been to Great World City for more than 2 years now. I used to be the ‘regular’ there from 2003-2005, not as ... Read on »
Workout Space! by Embracefire Posted Sat 26 Jun 2010 1:41pm Hey Everyone, I have been insanely busy in the past week and a half: my mother had a fairly serious kidney operation and is at home for recuperation, and I have been doing everything around the house including care for her to make things as easy as possible. It has not been a fun or an easy task, especially when mingled with the due dates ... Read on »
Racquetball/Squash Tips - Technique by RacquetballTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Take lessons. If you're serious about racquetball or squash, take lessons from a Pro. The swing is not intuitive and it's important to learn proper technique. Turn your shoulders. When you swing, make sure to turn your shoulders, not just your ams. Imagine your racket is extended just from your shoulders and swing. Use the ceiling. Don't ... Read on »
Badminton, bag rounds and more nakd bars! by Laura C. Posted Tue 23 Mar 2010 3:16pm 22/03/10 We just did a quick workout yesterday as we ran out of time, we were planning on running intervals before breakfast but our legs were too sore and our bellies too hungry! We settled on some mixed up 3 minute rounds before in the afternoon, ate a snack and went to play badminton! We then went to pick up some groceries so our tea ended up ... Read on »
It’s BADMINTON time, Baby! by Carla B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Apr 2012 9:00am I yammered lovingly on Monday about how I adore our morning routine. Active play is a huge part of what I love about our trio & since we’re all morning people we tend to git our PLAYouts on before school rather than after. Additionally, asolutely nothing sets me up for a better day than belly-laughing at how flipping uncoordina ... Read on »