Tell Your Story

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If you were to ask me “Who is Lauren Voss?” I would tell you that I am a Certified Exercise Physiologist. I am currently doing my master’s degree at the University of Lethbridge in sedentary behaviour. I like coffee, wine, … Read More

Top 5 Things I Learned from Health Coaching

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I have been completing a health coaching certificate through MRU throughout the last year. Health coaches facilitate the behaviour change process with their clients to help the client create solutions that are right for them. We believe that everyone is … Read More

#BellLetsTalk: When the List Doesn’t Work

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2017 was a huge transition year for me – new relationships, reconnecting with old friends, I started another certificate, and I moved cities. I had experienced a lot of challenges and lows in 2016 so it seemed like 2017 was … Read More

#BellLetsTalk: My Journey with Mental Health

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Mental health and the need to cultivate and look after our mental health is a growing topic of discussion. Mental illness affects all Canadians at some point in their lives, whether it’s you, a family member or a friend. 20% … Read More

Time Perspective: Living Past, Present, and Future

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I am officially entering my mid-20s in a few weeks (I know… cue the quarter life crisis) and something I have struggled with over the last few years is an almost paralyzing fear of not having enough time in life … Read More

New Year Resolutions: Make Them Stick

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It’s that time of year again. Time for New Year Resolutions. Gyms are about to become packed, people are going to buy tons of equipment, books, how-to guides, etc. And they’ll probably forget about them in a couple weeks. Here … Read More

How To: Survive Christmas Party Season

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The holidays are a great time of year however they usually come fraught with temptation as party after party shows up in your calendar. Here are our tips for making it through party season. Get Ready to Mingle Step away … Read More

Train the Trainer: Meditation

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We are on a mission to try different sports and activities we have never tried before. Previously we have tried rowing and aerial yoga but this month we decided to mix it up and try a guided meditation class. Both of … Read More

Benefits of a Social Network (not the electronic kind)

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When you’re going through a tough time, you probably lean on some friends and family to support you. The same kind of support can help you stay more physically active. There are many different types of social support. All of … Read More

From Health to High Performance: Top 10 Things I Learned at the CSEP Conference

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A few weeks ago I went to the annual conference put on by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP). Kelsey and I are both certified by CSEP and need to continually get professional development credits (PDCs) to maintain our … Read More

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