Move lots. Eat Well. Enjoy Life.
You are constantly peppered with endless tips on the latest health and fitness trends. Books, videos, blogs (like this one!), magazines and much more.
Being “healthy” is a mind-boggling task. Health however, does not have to be that complex.
At Healthynomics we want to make fitness and health easier for YOU.
Healthynomics is different. You won’t hear the same tired, played-out health and fitness advice here.
- We interview some of the world’s top athletes and coaches. From NBA All-Stars to ultramarathon runners to triathletes – find out their training secrets and much more.
- Q&A’s with exercise science experts.
- We look at trends like minimalist running, but ensure you get the advice you need – without the marketing fluff.
- Tried and tested gear reviews. If a product has been provided to us free from the manufacturer, we will be sure to disclose this to you at the beginning of the article. All products that have been reviewed have been personally tested. Honest opinions are then put forth.
Healthynomics was founded by two Canadians who are passionate about living a healthy lifestyle. While we have worked with many people in the past in both clinical and sport settings, starting Healthynomics was a way to extend our reach. We believe everyone has the power to improve his or her life. Healthynomics wants to help you achieve your health and wellness goals by empowering you to take ownership of your health. Healthynomics belongs to YOU, the reader, and we encourage interacting with the site to help us make a better health resource for all of our readers.
Mark is a USATF (USA Track & Field) certified coach and former Kinesiologist that applies his knowledge with vigor to his day-to-day life. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Mark’s past experiences include working as an Exercise Therapist within a clinical setting and as a Personal Trainer. His work involved conducting ergonomic work-site assessment, rehabilitating injured workers back into the workplace, training professional athletes, performing fitness assessments and prescribing sport-specific fitness routines.
Mark is actively involved in raising money and awareness for Mucopolysaccharide & Related Diseases, which included a 500 kilometer bike ride for the cause in 2002. He has run numerous races including the Seattle Half Marathon, Vancouver Half Marathon and most recently, the Dublin Marathon.
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