Exclusive: Meghan Markle’s Workout Routine—Straight From Her Former Trainer
By Kristine Thomason
"Meghan Markle’s not just sweating for the wedding—she’s been a fitness junkie since way before she was slated to become an American princess. "Meghan’s fitness definitely take priority; she’s very focused on her health," her trainer of three years, Craig McNamee, C.S.C.S., founder of Catalyst Health in Toronto, Canada, told WomensHealthMag.com. "When she gets to the gym, there’s no real complaining. She gets down to business right away and really enjoys it." (Another reason the princess-to-be is #goals…"
“Dr. Adam Reynolds and Dr. Craig McNamee launched Yorkville’s Catalyst Health to create a truly integrated, client-focused boutique health facility that elevates a client’s quality of life through personalized health services. What’s the best part of their day-to-day? Find out in today’s YEDaily…”
8 Tips To Consider When Looking For A Personal Trainer By: Arti Patel
“There isn’t one size that fits all when it comes to personal training. Instead, just like any diet or workout, personal trainers should be chosen depending on your desired workload, fitness goals and budget. Dr. Adam Reynolds, chiropractor and co-founder of Catalyst Health in Toronto, says before you start shopping, ask yourself what your specific fitness goals are and if another person is needed for you to reach success. “A trainer is perfect for anyone who is looking to accomplish a specific fitness goal, whether it be to learn how to properly workout, lose fifteen pounds or run a 10 km race,” he says…”
Posture Exercises, 10 Ways to Improve your health during working hours By: Arti Patel
““Dr. Craig McNamee, co-founder and chiropractor at Catalyst Health, says good posture starts with standing up.
‘A few times an hour, make it a point to get up and move. Research shows that muscles begin to shorten up after they are in the same position for more than 20 minutes,’ he tells the Huffington Post Canada.
Standing up and stretching out your arms, he says, allows your chest and back to open up and prevents slumps or neck pains…”