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Come hear my running and fitness tips at this weekend's annual Vancouver Wellness Show
Curb Ivanic extols the virtues of running at the Vancouver Wellness Show February 17, 18 and 19
The show runs from Friday to Sunday and is featuring some great speakers, including yours truly.
I’ve been asked to speak on a topic I’m very passionate about: running.
On Friday at 2 p.m. and Sunday at 12 p.m. at the Women & Wellness stage, I’ll be giving practical advice on how to keep running well into your 40s, 50s and beyond. I’ll share with you some strategies on how to enjoy a lifetime of injury-free running.
On Saturday at 11 a.m. my subject is Running for a Healthy Body and Mind. Many people think of yoga or Pilates when mind-body exercise is mentioned. But did you know that running is actually a fantastic way to sync your mind and body?
If you need to be convinced that running is such a great form of exercise here’s a list of scientifically validated benefits of running.
Running decreases your risk of developing:
Running can also:
Wow! Do you really need more reasons to take up running?
It really does help slow down the aging process and help keep you healthy. And contrary to popular belief, running is not bad for your knees.
BC Living will have a booth at the show again this year and I’ll be there after my presentations on all three days to answer any of your fitness, weight-loss and nutrition-related questions. I’ll also have a special deal on my running workout DVDs so make sure you stop by and say hello if you’re going to the show.