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The Sheaf Workouts

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Running away from the rundown It’s finals season, baby, and you know what that means — review classes, sessions and group meet ups. But you don’t need these because you’ve collected perfect notes, aced all the assignments and feel completely prepared for the exam. Instead, take this time to run away from all of that…

The Sheaf Workouts – Park paper procrastination

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Park paper procrastination The weather is nice out again, so what better way to make yourself feel better about being outside — and procrastinate that term paper — than by turning it into a quick workout? Jog out to the park nearest your house or campus, and get this quick workout in before jogging back.…

The Sheaf Workouts

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Jump back into working out This week, we are going to do a little cardio to get our hearts working. We’re getting back into the rhythm of working out after the break with this one. If you don’t own a skipping rope, you can substitute with your imagination. Jogging on the spot: 45 seconds Mountain…

Stretching out your morning

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Getting your blood moving early in the morning is a great way to start the day and could leave you with more motivation in those precious early hours.

Leg workout

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This week’s workout will focus on strengthening our legs. No props or equipment — aside from a wall, which everyone should have handy — will be necessary in order to complete this workout. During the second exercise, remember that your movements should be slow and controlled and that the pose should be held for a…

Sheaf workout: Saved by the kettlebell

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Kettlebells are multi-use weights that essentially consist of a big heavy ball with a handle. While they may be straightforward design-wise, what you’re supposed to use them for isn’t. Kettlebells are a solid piece of equipment because they have many uses, meaning you’ll be getting a lot of bang for your buck with this piece…

Work out without working hard

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Stop right where you are! Okay, maybe not in the middle of Place Riel or the Thorvaldson building but somewhere comfortable where you are alone or with a few friends. Remember to engage your core, and try to keep your body aligned parallel to the floor beneath you. The third exercise in this list is…

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