Always fit but constantly injured. Now 6 months later, no aches or pains and feeling stronger than ever

Always fit but constantly injured. Now 6 months later, no aches or pains and feeling stronger than ever

You've been fit all your life. You love activities like running, cycling, cross country skiing, hiking, etc and you do them all the time. After a while you start to notice that you're constantly injured. What do you do? Do you fight through the pain and keep doing what you're doing? Or do you go in a different direction and try something totally new?

From super fit, to couch potato, to now pumped about his future

From super fit, to couch potato, to now pumped about his future

You start a family in your 20s or 30s. Most of your time, focus and energy goes towards the children. Your personal level of fitness and your healthy habits slowly start to drop off. Fast forward 20 years and you've become a self-proclaimed couch potato.

Does this story sound familiar? 

After two hip replacements, she increased her confidence and is no longer afraid of getting hurt

After two hip replacements, she increased her confidence and is no longer afraid of getting hurt

After two hip replacements what does the future hold? Most people would put the activities they love on the shelf and accept their situation for what it is. After all, it's just a part of getting old. Right?

From a stressful lifestyle and almost burning out, to putting longterm health first.

From a stressful lifestyle and almost burning out, to putting longterm health first.

A stressful work life that goes unaddressed can wreak havoc on anyone's health. Lucie recognized this in her own life. She wasn't sleeping, her health was getting away from her and she had put on weight.