Month: February 2018

  • Sheet Pan Salmon Dinner

    If you are like most people you have very little time to cook you and your family healthy dinners. Well the times of turning to the fast food drive thru are over! Welcome SHEET PAN DINNERS! One pan with everything on it, one cook time, set it and forget it cooking, and clean-up like a […]

  • Athlete Highlight – Matthew Radivojsa

        Matthew Radivosja We would like to congratulate SST Oakville’s Mathew Radivojsa, who has signed with the Division 1- English Premier team, West Bromwich Albion.  Matthew has been training with SST since he was 9 years old and all his hard work and dedication has paid off! We are so proud and excited for […]

  • BIG News at SST Oakville!

    Some BIG News out of SST Oakville! We would like to welcome coach TJ to our SST Family.  Coach TJ will be partnering with veteran coach Delory Rhooms at SST Oakville. TJ comes to SST with a wealth of strength & conditioning knowledge. TJ started training with SST at the age of 14 years, which […]

  • Did You Waste Your Time With Your New Years Resolution – Part 2

    If you missed our first 5 tips to keeping your New Years Resolution, click here to check them out 6. Keep Track of Your Progress One of the easiest way to keep you motivated on your way to your goals is to track your progress. Track your workouts and weights you used, track your weight and body […]

  • Did You Waste Your Time With Your New Years Resolution?! Part 1

    So the first month of 2018 has come and gone; how are those New Year Resolutions treating you? If you’re like the majority of people, when the New Year comes along you start making resolutions. Promises to save more money, keep in touch with friends and one of the most popular, get in better shape! Well, […]

  • Are you Slow? It Could be Your Nutrition! Read Larry’s Tip!!

    Running (Speed) and jumping (Power) are skills necessary for successful performance in sports, and must therefore be prioritized during training. We have previously covered how to increase your speed and vertical jump through training. However, much like the way you look, nutrition will also impact your ability to run faster and jump higher.     […]