Andrew Price

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“I think we’ve got to have a bit of a refresher every few months to say: ‘Hey, if anybody’s taking any medications, you better let us know.’ So we’re going to have to have a system to check in.” —Sue Hylland, U of O director of Sports Services.

Whether it’s running, biking, weightlifting, swimming, or whatever. You want to get some stretches in to make sure you’re nice and loose, and ready for some exertion.

The board is set, and the number-two ranked University of Ottawa Gee-Gees will face off against the number-three ranked Guelph Gryphons on Nov. 3 at home for the second round of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) playoffs.

So it’s your first day going to the gym for some weight training. But before you start lifting, here are some things you want to bring, and keep in mind.

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