One-armed swings, goblet squats and the over-head press are just some of the exercises that combine cardiovascular movement, strength building and flexibility using just one kettlebell.
After several rounds of sparring, Mary Spencer steps out of the ring at Winnipeg Elite Boxing MMA Academy and it’s immediately apparent she’s quick to make friends with her approachable personality and infectious laugh.
My jaw dropped. Saucer-eyed, I sat frozen in a ridicule gawk. This can’t be real… Oh my crow, this is real.
Amid controversy over a possible name change, the Wesmen volleyball teams prepare for a new season.
You have probably marveled at the dance/fight acrobatics of capoeira before, either as featured in ‘90s rebel-high school-redemption flick Only the Strong and Vincent Cassel’s brilliant laser evasion scene in Ocean’s Twelve or, most likely, at the most bedazzling annual cultural performance in Winnipeg each year, the Brazilian Folklorama pavilion.
Men’s basketball lose on the road in pre-season; Men’s soccer comes away with two tie games on the road
The inability to lift your own body weight is embarrassing, even crushingly so, without an audience. You can imagine then, my reaction to the suggestion of trying out an aerial fabrics class during Culture Days.
The move from a small conference to the CIS this season has the Wesmen soccer teams feeling some growing pains.
Women’s soccer team “schooled” by B.C.; Men’s soccer team shut out twice by Alberta; Women’s volleyball come out 4-1 after 5-game tournament
“Cyclocross: An Hour in Hell.” This was the title of the YouTube video that first introduced me to the sport. Not only did I find this intriguing, but remarkably, this amped up my determination to race in my first bike race, ever: DarkCross.
The University of Winnipeg’s UNITED Health & RecPlex sounds like a dream come true. But will it live up to its promises?
The airwaves of Winnipeg’s 92.9 KICK-FM have gone dead, but buzz around the station’s rebirth keeps getting stronger.
Women struggle in regular season openers; Men end weekend with disappointing 0–1–1 record
Baseball is America’s pastime, but after taking a good crack in their first season, the Wesmen men have established themselves firmly as Manitoba’s university team.
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen men’s and women’s soccer teams are competing for the second year in the Manitoba Colleges Athletics Conference (MCAC), despite posting top records last season.
The University of Winnipeg College Wesmen basketball teams have been battling teams all season in the Manitoba College Athletic Conference (MCAC). As their seasons wrapped up in February, they are now looking toward the playoffs.
The Winnipeg Wesmen women’s basketball team lost in first round playoffs to the University of Fraser Valley’s Cascades on Friday Feb. 25 and Saturday Feb. 26.
Winnipeg, who had a record of 20-2 prior to playoffs, were knocked out of CanWest playoffs over the two heartbreaking nights.
Wesmen volleyball teams wrapped up their seasons during the weekend of Feb. 11 and 12, but four Manitoba teams participated in the first round of CanWest playoffs.
There’s no use denying it: the snow is here to stay. Tempting as it might be to hide indoors and hibernate all winter, unfortunately that’s not realistic. But you don’t have to freeze, either.
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen men’s volleyball team ended their losing streak on Saturday night (Nov. 20) against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on home turf.