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Conviction Athlete of the Month – December 2016

Most people wouldn’t carry a frozen turkey over 20 kilometers through -40 °C windchill. But Divyesh Patel isn’t most people. December 17th marked Divyesh’s second go at our annual Food Bank Beast. He was an integral part in helping us reach our goal this year. Divyesh raised just shy of 100 pounds, and carried much more […]

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Conviction Athlete of the Month October 2016

Not too often does an athlete reach the World level in their first year of competition. But that’s exactly what Cynthia Fiori did in 2016. After running her very first Spartan Race in May, Cynthia represented her country in the Spartan World Championships in Lake Tahoe just five months later. Cynthia started training with us […]

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Conviction Athlete of the Month September 2016

Our team has accomplished a lot so far this year. Desk jockeys became athletes. Individuals tried new things and discovered a new passion. And others accomplished more than they ever thought possible. But on September 17, one athlete achieved something none of us had even attempted before – completing a 50 km Ultra Trail Marathon. […]

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Conviction Athlete of the Month August 2016

Our August Athlete of the Month may be soft spoken, but she’s a huge inspiration to her three kids, and everyone on our team. Michelle shows up, works hard, and let’s her actions do the talking for her. I’ve seen Michelle warm up with her youngest on her back and stop mid-workout to help another […]

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So You Want To Run A Spartan? How to Eat, Dress, Plan, and Race For Success

Running your first Spartan Race is intimidating. You’ll be excited, nervous, and wondering what, exactly, you’ve gotten yourself into. What you eat, how you dress, when you arrive and warm-up all play an important role in how enjoyable your race will be. The following tips and information will help you be as ready as possible come […]

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Conviction Client of the Month – June 2016

Have you seen that lady cycling around Regina with a HUGE smile on her face? That’s Ara Steininger. No matter what we throw at her, she just never stops smiling. And it’s fantastic. Ara, who started training with us this past January, is one of the most uplifting people you’ll ever meet. She’s an extremely […]

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When is the Best Time For Mobility Work?

By now, most of us know we should be investing time in mobility work. Stretching, soft tissue work, and moving our joints through their full ranges of motion not only helps to prevent injury but also lead to improved performance. It’s important, but we struggle to make time for it. We don’t get a “runner’s high” […]

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Are You A Giver Or A Taker?

My first part-time job taught me that there are two kinds of people in this world. There are givers and there are takers. While flipping burgers behind the counter I came to the conclusion that some of my colleagues were there simply to take home a paycheck. These people seemed to believe that it was […]

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