Ethan Yuke won a gold medal in weightlifting as four young athletes, ages 13 to 15, from Belleville’s Victory Barbell Club competed at the Ontario Winter Games in Renfrew back in February.
Belleville’s Sarah Condon has qualified for the 2022 World Masters Weightlifting Championships.
Weightlifting has proven to be a powerful sport for MCpl. Ben Langley in work and in life.
While a career in the military can be challenging, sports provide an outlet to decompress, gain additional fitness and interaction with others from across the base.
Story by Jeff Gard/ Total Sports Media Belleville’s Sarah Condon has qualified for next year’s World Masters Weightlifting Championships. Condon met the qualifying standard while recently competing in the Canadian Masters Weightlifting…
The inaugural 1987 Induction Class included two accomplished female athletes in Betty Ingram Wonnacott and Sarah Thompson. The Belleville Sports Hall of Fame came into being in 1987 and today has over 100 athletes, builders and teams as members.
Crossfit is all about celebrating your body’s achievements and progress. While weight loss is often a goal of our clients, body composition soon becomes secondary to being able to lift heavier or getting your first pull up.
Terry Boyd, owner of The GYM Trenton, discusses how Gym’s are essential; they are people’s safe place, coping mechanisms, mental health aids, and a way for some to get through the pandemic.
Even though the physical gym has been closed, CrossFit Belleville continues to provide athletes with online daily programming specific to “at home” workouts that require little to no equipment.
Terry Boyd, owner of The GYM Trenton, discusses how the pandemic has taken major tolls on people with many varying degrees of problems and even crises for many people. One of which is people’s state of mental health. According to WebMD the number one natural remedy for depression is routine, and number three is exercise.