Spring is here, the days are getting longer and who doesn’t want to be outside to enjoy the fresh air after being stuck inside all winter. There are many outdoor options in the city, from various parks, to green spaces, playgrounds and sport fields. One hidden gem at the Assiniboine Park is the Terry Fox Fitness Trail.
Created over 30 years ago, the Terry Fox Fitness Trails is area where people of all fitness levels can enjoy exercise in the beautiful Assiniboine Park. Re-opened in June of 2016, and located in the South-East corner of the park, the 1km Trail has been extensively renovated and has replaced all 12 pieces of it’s fitness equipment. Read More →
Rebels Women’s Soccer is pleased to announce their Training Camp and Tryout Schedule for the 2017 Season
All events at the Notre Dame Campus
Training Camp – Mon, Wed, Thur starting 9 Aug til 24 Aug, 5:00 – 6:30 pm
Exhibition Game #1 – Sunday 27 Aug, 1:30 – 3:30 pm
Open Tryouts – Tues 29 Aug 5:30-7:00 pm, and Wed 30 Aug 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Exhibition Game #2 – Saturday 9 Sept, 10:30 – 12:30 am
Practices – Wed & Thur 5:00-7:00 pm, from Thur 31 Aug to end of October.
The Red River College Women’s Volleyball Team is pleased to announce the commitment of Chloe Orteza to the women’s volleyball program for the start of the 2017/2018 season. Most recently, Chloe has attended the University of Manitoba.
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Red River College Athletics and Recreation Services offers Group Fitness Programs suited to all interests and fitness levels. Our highly trained and enthusiastic instructors will lead you through a fun and challenging workout suited to you. Read More →
Red River College Women’s Soccer is pleased to announce the commitment of Emma MacLennan for the Fall 2017 MCAC season.
Emma played her youth soccer with South End United. At U14 she helped her squad win the MSA cup and represented Manitoba at the CSA Club Nationals.
As a youth player Emma was identified as a top provincial player and subsequently played on the Provincial team for four years, including competing in the Western Canada Games, (winning the Silver Medal), and Canada Summer Games.
She was also identified by National coaches and trained at the NTC for five years. Emma graduated from Glenlawn Collegiate in 2013. She was an Honour Roll student throughout high school. Read More →
As we move into April we start to think of spring, being outside and everything we are going to do. Does our body agree with our intentions? We never hesitate to spend on vehicle maintenance, from new brakes to oil changes to tunes ups we invest money in our cars every day, month and year. Yet when we talk about investing in the most important vehicle we own, our body, we hesitate. Gym memberships are a luxury, and forget about personal training sessions. Our bodies carry us through life all day – every day. How we go through life in our body vehicle depends on how well we maintain it. Don’t hesitate – invest in your body. Read More →
Here it is the magic buzz word of today’s diet fads of what to eat and not to eat. But is it really a fad? Maybe people have heard of gluten free diets and many people are opting to not have gluten in their diet but why? How do I know if I even have gluten intolerance? There’s not a simple answer as it can be a hidden thing in our lives.
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I’ve had it on my mind how to be a better person. I look at myself and see a bit of a tummy, sometimes I’m more tired then I’d like to be or something as simple as what I’m eating would be a healthy change. Just trying to get rid of sugar was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. I never realized how much sugar was in everything. This isn’t an understatement. Sugar is in my opinion the number one drug of today’s world. Read More →
Below are the results from the 2nd weekend of the Rebels March Madness Bracket Challenge. Hope everyone had a chance to watch some of the great basketball this weekend.
Congrats to Arsalan Zaheer for winning the 2nd weekend. Arsalan, has won a Rebels athletic tee for his great picks! Enjoy the Final Four this weekend! Read More →
The Red River College women’s futsal team won the 2017 Copa de la Paz Championship last weekend in a 2-0 shutout against Canadian Mennonite University. Before posting the shut out in Sunday’s Final, RRC’s keeper, Brittany Derkacz, gave up just a single goal to Brandon University in the first game of the tournament’s semifinal round. And it was the court vision of Derkacz on the offensive end that ended up being the deciding factor for Red River in the semis. Read More →