The men’s and women’s Wesmen volleyball teams are perfect examples of the circle of life. All good things must come to an end, while new life brings exciting possibilities.
That white stuff outside is finally melting and the wonderful green grass below is slowly becoming more and more visible. This means that the time to play the most relaxing, yet most frustrating sport, is thankfully near.
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To ski or snowboard in Manitoba is no easy task. Spotting a hill has much the same effect as discovering gold, and without moving out west, hopes at big time competition can easily fade away.
Another season of Wesmen basketball has come and gone. They earned no division crowns, no conference championships and national titles, however not all was lost for our two teams.
Sit down with a piece of paper and a pencil, and try to write out a definition of the word “sport.” It’s not all that easy, is it?
Is there anything better than playoff hockey?
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Push ups are the ultimate body weight exercise. Push ups affect the strength of our arms, shoulders, chest and core.
Although much attention will be on the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Portage la Prairie will offer some local sporting flavour a little closer to home.
Uniter staff members Jo Villaverde, Kevin Chaves and Mike Collins, along with the man who picked Kansas to go all the way last year, Marko Bilandzija, chime in with their favourite teams and players to watch for during March Madness.
High in protein and lower in carbohydrates than most other grains, quinoa is the new “It” grain. Quinoa (pronounced KEE-no-uh) has become vastly popular because of its health benefits.
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Ever wonder why your grandpa has a bad back? If he played a lot of sports as a kid, he probably has a cool story behind it (no pun intended).
Wesmen star wins Dale Iwanoczko award; BBC hires first female director of sport; No longer just a game; Not pandering to their “base”; Oh, she’s so young
Achieving and maintaining good health is largely due to our physical activity. But what kind of exercises should we be doing? How often? Is weight lifting an absolute necessity? Personal trainers can provide the answers to these questions and more.
Two weeks ago, a meeting in Ottawa between Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and U.S. President Barack Obama promised a new era of cross-border respect, camaraderie and mutual understanding.
There is no question that mixed martial arts (MMA) has grown to a level that only a few had ever imagined – but who started this rumour that the sport of boxing is dead?
On a day when most people are watching the cold wind blowing against frosted windowpanes, more than a few adventurous souls harness that frigid northwest breeze to power a unique sport.
What we eat affects all parts of our life; our ability to study, exercise, be in a good mood, and even to stimulate our senses.