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

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

Exercise is Medicine: Heart Disease

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There is a growing trend that exercise is medicine. This is particularly true with cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease refers to a group of conditions that affects the functioning of the heart and blood vessels. This includes: Arrhythmias Angina Cardiomyopathy Myocardial … Read More

Table for One

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Over the last few months I was let go from a job, started a new job, and I moved into my own apartment just to name a few of the changes.My life has been a little bit tumultuous to say … Read More

Pokemon GO: A Positive Motivator or Gateway to the Zombie Apocalypse?

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Pokemon GO became an overnight phenomenon. Since its release in July 6th this augmented reality game has become the largest grossing   mobile app. in US history (accumulating over $35 million dollars). With over 21 million users, and 4-5 new downloads daily, … Read More

Staying Active While Travelling

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They say the key to success is consistency. If you want to achieve your goals you need to make them a part of your routine. If you want to live an active and healthy lifestyle it needs to be a … Read More