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Vancouver Riot Overshadowed by the Spirit of Sport

Published on June 18, 2011 By John-Paul

The spirit of sport is alive in Vancouver, and overshadowing the disgraceful acts by the few involved in the 2011 Stanley Cup Riots. Sport becomes a metaphor for something larger than games and competitions. The true fans and citizens of Vancouver show how humanity can come together to celebrate the serendipitous things in life and show support to those that help make Vancouver the most wonderful place to live.

Battling Lymphoma – A Blogger’s Journey

Published on May 17, 2011 By John-Paul

A client of mine, battling through the hardships Lymphoma and chemotherapy treatments, decided to share his experiences via an online blog (as a way to externalize to help cope with his stress, and possibly educate the masses about the cancer itself). Despite his battle, he continues to pursue a highly active lifestyle, essentially giving cancer […]

Fueling For Your Endurance Exercise

Published on May 26, 2010 By John-Paul

Over the last 10 years, I have developed a passion for playing floor hockey. In my position as goaltender, the demands placed on my body are variable. The levels of intensity associated with such demands are influenced by multiple factors. The number of players on the floor (4-on-4, 3-on-3), the amount of substitute players available, […]