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One Lesson to Rule Them All

The following is David Emond’s third guest post on the WARRIORS blog. To view David’s first article on workout efficiency, click here, and his second article on the importance of focusing during a workout, click here. In this article, David the most important thing he has learned from his all his time spent in the classroom and in gym, but you’ll have to read it to find out what his most important lesson is. Enjoy! – Schuyler

By: David Emond

Here I am halfway through my third year of Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo.  It’s been quite the ride so far. Throughout my time here, I’ve had the opportunity to learn from some top-notch professors and other individuals on various training methods and the science behind them. I’ve been able to learn a great deal of anatomy, biomechanics and physiology to apply to performance enhancement. Continue reading


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Lessons Learned from Undergrad

By: Benjamin Pickard

After 5 years, 4 co-op terms and God knows how many dollar bills, I’m finally done my undergraduate degree. I came to Waterloo in the Fall of 2008, pursuing a BSc. in Kinesiology, and now all that remains is convocation. I chose Waterloo for the co-op program specifically, but I have gained much more than simply the opportunity for paid work experience. In my time here I’m happy to say that I’ve earned more than a degree, and I’ve learned more than I was taught. And while I didn’t follow the typical path, I’m happy with where I’ve ended up. I’ve had a wonderful and somewhat unusual experience at Waterloo, and I want to share my “secrets.” Hopefully you can take this and use it to get far more out of your education than a degree.

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