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Sports & Wellness

A free-for-all grab bag of Sports, Health, and Wellness! Could be a preview of an upcoming sports event or suggestions for your own personal fitness. Check it out!

WFTDA D1 Playoffs in Richmond B.C.

WFTDA D1 Playoffs We will be providing a full review of the WFTDA D1 Playoffs in Richmond B.C. at the Richmond Olympic Oval, but we are urged to ensure that we get you the reasons you should be heading down on Sunday September 18, 2016 for the final day. Why You Should Be at the Richmond Olympic Oval Sunday September

Season 10 Championship Roller Derby

A Rollergirl Remembers Let’s go back to January 2006. A close friend of mine called me about a Craigslist ad

Baseball: Orange Crush

The Baltimore Oriole’s have reached a deal with slugging 1B Chris Davis, paying him $161 million over the next seven

Hockey: All Thunder But No Lightning

Tampa Bay prospect, if we can still call him that, Jonathan Drouin is currently suspended by the team because he

NFL Game of the Week

This Sunday the NFL Conference finals will be held and afterwards we will have our two Super Bowl opponents, but

An Interview with Prevail (Swollen Members)

Last week we were given the chance to catch up with Prevail from Swollen Members and discuss the up coming Scotiabank Half Marathon and 5k, Red Truck Brewery, Music Heals, Bell Biv Devoe, and so much more.  Prevail will be participating in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge on June 28, 2015. Where did the name Prevail come from? I was pretty fresh into my rap career, which

Second Round Preview

Western Conference Ducks(1) vs. Flames(3) Pacific Final I have to shake my head with embarrassment judging the Ducks by their

Deadlifts! Do they matter?

#FitnessFriday Written by:  Kevin Busch     Photo by:  Amber Karnes Deadlifts are of those exercises that you either love or hate.  However, the question that remains is… are they important for your goals?  Well to answer that you have to first figure out what your goals are.  If you’re on the road to becoming a power lifter, then sorry

First Round Preview

Written by:  Dylan Young-L’Hirondelle     Photo by: mark.watmough End of the Season The NHL regular season came to an end

Marching Into April

We’re shaking up the way we present the ‘Must Watch Sports Events Of the Week’.  Instead of all three in

Starting Your Summer Cut?

Written by:  Kevin Busch     Photo by: Craig Sunter Well Here Are Five Tips To Keep In Mind Tip #1 – Don’t Start Your Cut Too Late Too many people make this mistake and do not give themselves enough time to slowly diet down to their goal body fat.  Instead, they use these harsh methods for quick results that

Monday Night Foresight (March 23)

Written by: Dylan Young-L’Hirondelle     Photo flickr: sortofbreakit The Curios Case of Andrew Hammond Most of you have probably heard of the Hamburglar before, but if you haven’t been following hockey for the last month then you won’t know that there is currently a man they call the Hamburglar playing between the pipes for the Ottawa Senators.  His real name

Monday Night Foresight (March 16)

Written by: Dylan Young-L’Hirondelle     Photo flickr: Ver en vivo En Directo Let the Madness Begin Whether you’re a

A Simple Guide to Some Big, Full, Meaty Calves

Written by: Kevin Busch     Photo by: New York National Guard Summer time is just around the corner, you’ve

Canada’s Unofficial Holiday

Written by: Dylan Young-L’Hirondelle     Photo by: Gavin St. Ours’ Yep, it’s that time of year again, the NHL trade deadline is just around the corner, and by corner I mean weekend.  The clever ones have been leaving little hints of not feeling 100% through the past week so that the “I’m sick” call on Monday morning will be

Monday Night Foresight (Feb 23)

Written by: Dylan Young-L’Hirondelle     photo by: Clyde (Flickr) Champions League Continues Champions league returned to our sportscasts last

Five Ways to Help Maximize Your Squat

 Article by: Kevin Busch  / Photo Credit: Marco Crupi We’ve all seen it, that one person that piles on plate

Monday Night Foresight (Feb 16)

Photo Credit:  Bristol Motor Speedway Champions League Returns We’re down to the final 16 teams now in Champions league and

Top Five Gym Pet Peeves

Photograph credit: Dylan(ekigyuu) on Flickr. #1 – Blabby Bradley & Chatty Cathy You know who you are and you know who I am.  You’re the person who’s tying up a machine for 45 minutes talking about how clean you’ve been eating, and I’m the person that wants to uppercut you. #2 – 1st Year Kines Student (A.K.A. Overnight Personal Trainer) If the

Pro Sports in Sin City?

photo credit: Loic Lagarde The possibility of a professional sports franchise based in Las Vegas has long been talked about, but

Monday Night Foresight (Feb 2)

Streak Week A… tlanta The Atlanta Hawks are currently holding an NBA best record of 40-8(they only won 38 games

Monday Night Foresight (Jan 26th)

Aussie Open Conclusion Week One provided us with some beautiful tennis, a couple surprising upsets (more so on the women’s side than the men’s), and a few epic matches. We roll into Week Two of the tournament with the quarterfinals set.  The men’s side looks almost exactly how you’d expect it with seven of the the top eight seeds still

Monday Night Foresight (Jan 19)

NHL All-Star Weekend This coming weekends All-Star festivities will be the first  held since the 2012 weekend in Ottawa.  Last year the All-Star game wasn’t held due to the Olympics, and the year before that went without a game as a result of the half-season lockout.  The lockout game was to be held in Columbus, the site of this years

Ballroom Brawl @ Commodore

ECCW – Sports and Entertainment The Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (ECCW) made its annual pilgrimage to downtown Vancouver for their Ballroom Brawl at the Commodore Ballroom.  Never having attended an ECCW event, I decided it was about time I went to see what the hype was all about.  Of course, telling people I was heading to the event started quite the

Monday Night Foresight (Jan 12)

Conference Championship Weekend The divisional weekend is over and, at least for VIES Magazine, there were no surprises as we went 4-0 with our picks.  There was a little bit of a scare in the Patriot/Raven game with the Ravens putting up a very good fight and never trailing in the first half.  Then without, I’ll say it, Dez Bryant

A Rogue Malthead

Hmm… interesting finds on the internet. First there is a Pittsburgh Steeler, Brad Wing, shouting out to @corsit (a Malthead)

Monday Night Foresight (Dec 29)

1st Overall Versus 2nd Overall For a year now, people have been struggling with what to call the competition between Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel.  We know how fun asking “Taylor or Tyler” was a couple seasons ago.  Mack versus Jack sounds nice, but it isn’t really correct.  David versus Goliath would be awesome had Eichel been the one compared

Monday Night Foresight (Dec 8)

Another Big Week The NFL’s Week 15, it’s third last week of the regular season, has many salivating match-ups including

Monday Night Foresight (Nov 24)

The Return of St. Louis Martin St. Louis is 5′ 8″ and 180 pounds which is why he was never

Monday Night Foresight (Nov 17)

By: Dylan Young- L’Hirondelle The top three picks this week are: Any Given Sunday This weekend we saw the B.C. Lions look completely lost against an Alouette team that looked a lot like the team that won 8 of its last 10 as opposed to the one that showed up on the last game of the regular season.  Over in

Monday Night Foresight ~ November 3rd

Monday Night Foresight  by: Dylan Young-L’Hirondelle Bringing you the top three sporting events for the week to come!   Can the Thunder Keep Pace? Coming into the 2014-2015 season the Oklahoma City Thunder were again considered a championship contender and with the likes of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook it’s hard to argue that.  However OKC has been bitten by