Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Fitness & Rehab Newsletter #58

Fitness & Rehabilitation Newsletter

In Issue #58

- Rick Kaselj Update
- Healing Through Movement Publications
- Training Tip
- Fitness & Rehab Newsletter Blog


Summer Is Here!
I have been quiet of late. I've been on holidays for a few weeks, finishing off my masters, working on another book and planning the fall courses. I have a number of exciting things coming up in the next few months for you all.

I have had a number of you ask about fall courses. I will announce the fall schedule next week. Keep an eye out for it in your mailbox.

Take care.

Rick Kaselj

Healing Through Movement Publications

The Most Effective Gluteus Maximus Exercises

A common area that people want to exercise is their gluteus. There are a number of common exercises people do but recent research has determined which gluteus exercises are the most effective. This guide will help you learn about the most common gluteus exercises and which ones are the most effective in working your gluteus maximus, hamstrings and gluteus medius.
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Training Tip

“When people do resistance training three days a week, their energy requirements can go up by 400 calories per day.”

– Ryan, M. Muscle build-up: optimal nutrient intake and timing for resistance training. ACE FintessMatters. September/October 2007.

Healing Through Movement Blog

One of the most popular features of the Fitness & Rehab newsletter has been the Fitness & Rehab News blog. The Fitness & Rehab News blog has hit 180 posts. I have been posting a lot to the blog. Here are a few posts.


The Strain of Care Giving Increases Risk of Heart Disease

Drug Marketing Works!

MRI Overused for Knee Replacement Surgery

Immediate Action Needed on Obesity

Cycling Improves Heart Size

Fitness Tax Credit

Hiking Poles Make You Work Harder Going Downhill, Not Uphill

How Healthy are BC Students?

How Disabled Are Canadians

Dangers of Baby Bottles

Should Personal Trainers Be Regulated?

Do Toxin Foot Pads Work?

Obesity and Joint Replacement

Rick Kaselj Presents at JR Rehab Staff Meeting

A History of the BCRPA

Carbohydrate Loading


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About Rick Kaselj

Rick Kaselj is a Registered Kinesiologist and ACE Certified Personal Trainer with a passion for exercise therapy. Rick designs effective exercise programs that safely and rapidly helps one recover from injury, medical conditions and musculoskeletal pain. Rick presents courses on exercise therapy across Canada and publishes a monthly FITNESS & REHAB newsletter for health and fitness professionals looking for the latest information on improving health, fitness, rehabilitation and sport. To reach Rick or to subscribe to his monthly newsletter, call (604) 532-5248 or visit .
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