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This month resident counsellor Douglas Holwerda answers the question about self comparison.  
Nov 21, 2017
To “kick the bucket” is still used as an English-language slang term meaning “to die”. Its origins
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One of the most commonly asked questions women ask me when starting a weight training routine: ...
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The gym can be intimidating for some women particularly if you are a novice still building up your
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Struggling to get in shape, Owen Salisbury tries another tack and gets himself down to the doctor. As he discovers, nothing is ever straightforward

Sometimes when you try to do something you hit a brick wall. After four months of trying to get into shape, Owen Salisbury has done just that. Yet he’s not prepared to give up

The gym diaries 4. Photo by Kyle Phanroy

Despite making some noticeable gains in his path to fitness, over the past month staff writer Owen Salisbury has found himself struggling to fulfill his goal of having ‘muscles like beach balls’

Word staff writer Owen Salisbury has started to take his fitness seriously: he’s hired a trainer. In the second of a series of columns, Owen learns the value of patience

Word staff writer Owen Salisbury has started to take his fitness seriously: he’s hired a trainer. In the second of a series of columns, Owen learns the value of patience

Word staff writer Owen Salisbury has started to take his fitness seriously: he’s hired a trainer. Here’s the first in a series of columns where we follow Owen in his attempt get muscles like beachballs

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