RRC is excited to welcome two local experts on Anxiety, February 15th and 17th. Anxiety is an issue that affects many students so we’re pleased to host prominent local Psychologists who will share some helpful coping strategies. You can read more about the Anxiety Forums here.
The brunt of winter is here and the classroom or office has a cold running through it. You’re coughing and sneezing but your active living routine has achieved a nice rhythm and you don’t want to lose momentum. There are two voices in your head—one encouraging you to rest—the other urging you to get up and go. Now what do you do?
It’s the toughest call and it’s usually made under duress. Read More →
Got the post holiday blues? Hate getting into a cold car to head to your fitness centre? Too cold to go outside to be active? If you answered yes to any of these questions then Rebels Rec may have the solution for you. We asked each of our fantastic fitness instructors to provide an exercise routine that anyone can do by themselves in the gym or at home. The final installment in our home workout series is from Lesley:
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When I went to university half way into the school year, I still hadn’t found that feeling of being in stride with it. I understood the routine of getting up for classes and making sure I caught my bus at the same time every time, I felt the stress of workload piling up on me and I could barely see any free moments to spend time just relaxing and not thinking, just still being young and having fun.
I thought my new goal resolutions would’ve held out but who was I kidding. I knew it would be the same pattern as every time I tried years before which, even just that thinking had already set me up for failure. I knew that if I was to succeed with what I wanted out of life I had to really take a good look at myself. Really see who I was and face some of the unwanted answers that might be me. This would mean I would have to make some tough decisions as well as maybe change the way I live and recognize some patterns.
Here are some tips which have helped me and still to this day have made my life one that I design for myself and not something that others have programmed for me. Read More →
The new year is upon us and getting in shape is often high on the list of new years resolutions. Make sure you’re not the one who’s turning heads for all the wrong reasons by following some simple rules of gym etiquette. RRC Recreation Services has put some tips together to help everyone have a good experience. Read More →
The Body Project is a program designed to improve body image and is open to all students.
When: January 23 & 30, 5:30-7:30 pm
Where: EDC, Roblin Centre
If you’d like more information, including how to register, please read the detailed post on Mind It! or call 204-632-2061.
With winter upon us, our thoughts turn to indoor activities. Even though we are inside more than we like, there is no reason why we cannot continue to exercise and be active. rebels Rec has asked each of our fantastic fitness instructors to provide an exercise routine that anyone can do by themselves in the gym or at home. Second in our series is Ashleigh:
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Over at Mind It! (our Mental Health Initiative blog), Breanna has written a piece about New Year’s resolutions, and the importance of limiting toxic self-talk in relation to these. To read more about how you can make room for mental health in your resolutions, click here. While you’re there, don’t forget to subscribe!
For many people exercise presents a special set of challenges. Here’s a realistic guide for getting started and not getting discouraged.
What’s love got to do with it? When it comes to fitness, in the end, love is all that matters. Exercising in public when you’re out of shape can be an emotionally bruising experience. Huffing and puffing to keep up, you feel inadequate and self-conscious, hating every moment you spend on the treadmill or pacing the track maybe you’re trying to tell yourself something. Read More →
I came across this blog when I was feeling a fair bit of turbulence in my life. I personally was doing great. Everything was in line, I was working at my best, and being my best self which warrants recognition as that’s something I have failed to do in my past, and can image others feeling something similar in their lives. Read More →