Virtually all injuries occur because of movement dysfunctions. Move well and you’ll become INJURY PROOF. Our movement based approach is simple, effective and the best approach to identify and resolve the cause of your injury. Utilize the best in Sports Medicine, Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, and Exercise to resolve your injuries.Learn More
We have produced Olympic medalists, numerous professional, national and provincial level athletes and many athletes who’ve received scholarships. The reason is simple; we build better athletes through innovation, passion and execution.Learn More
Have you ever wondered if you received the same training as an elite athlete, how good you could become? Have you watched the Olympics and professionals sports and marvelled at how they became so AMAZING? You have a strong passion for the sports you play and you WANT to get better? Playing is not enough.Learn More

FITS Running Program is scientifically proven to reduce injury rates, significantly improve chronic running injuries and improve performance. We’re the only program in Toronto to provide clinical running gait retraining by experts with real time feedback of key running metrics and a program that integrates Running Stability, joint mobility, tissue health, and foot wear advice.Learn More

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LeBron James missing games. We should be concerned.

January 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

Should we be concerned with LeBron James missing more games as he rest his left knee and lower back than at any point in his entire full season in his career. Yes.

 

As, J.A. Adande explains in True Hoops, 30 is […]

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TRI-HARDER Notes by Dr. Eric St. Onge

December 5th, 2014|0 Comments

The Royal College of Chiropractic of Sports Sciences (Canada) recently held their yearly East Sports Conference. It is always held every 3rd weekend in November, so be sure to mark your calendars! This year, the theme was “TRI HARDER – […]

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Canadian Athletics Coaching Centre: Speed and Power Conference Summary

November 19th, 2014|0 Comments

The Canadian Athletics Coaching Centre this past weekend (November 14th – 16th) put on a great coaches conference and Speed and Power Development – bringing in world experts, Dan Pfaff, Stuart McMillan, Henk Kraaijenhof, and Derek Every  to discuss a […]

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FITS Toronto is PEAC’s preferred Sports Medicine Provider and Athletic Development Team

September 11th, 2014|0 Comments

FITS is very excited to announce a new partnership with PEAC, school for elite athletes. FITS is officially the preferred Sports Medicine provider and Athletic Development provider for PEAC. “I couldn’t be more excited with this opportunity. It gives us […]

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THOUGHTS WHILE READING RESEARCH #4: NBA DRAFT HABITS

July 1st, 2014|0 Comments

This blog post is based on the recent draft pick from the Toronto Raptors – Bruno Caboclo. Good or Bad…time will tell, or are we facing a bigger problem with the NBA?

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“In reality, no amateur draft is more predictive […]

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Andrew Wiggins Vertical: Through the Lens of Sports Science – additional comments

June 24th, 2014|0 Comments

With the NBA draft this coming Thursday, let’s take a look at Andrew’s Wiggin vertical jump – courtesy of our friends at P3. This is an awesome group, headed by Dr. Marcus Elliott. They are doing great things and this […]

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DETERMINANTS OF VERTICAL JUMP HEIGHT – Do you want to jump higher?

June 24th, 2014|0 Comments

Improving your vertical jump is just a matter of simple addition…make sure you have enough of each of these 7 categories, and you will FLY!
DETERMINANTS OF VERTICAL JUMP HEIGHT:Simple List!

 1 – Motor Coordination and Timing (5)
2 – Reactiveness/Elasticity (4)
3 – […]

Getting ready for BSMPG

May 15th, 2014|0 Comments

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I’m excited to be in Boston, once again for the Boston Sports Medicine and Performance Group Conference. Art Horne and his group out of Northeastern, consistently does a great job hosting the event, putting a star-studded line-up […]