Saturday, April 21, 2018

RICHMOND SENTINEL NEWSPAPER


Panthers Undefeated on Softball Diamond

From The Richmond Sentinel, April 20th, 2018...
RICHMOND SENTINEL - SPORTS
Published: April 20th, 2018 01:47 PM


Don Fennell Apr-20-2018

Taila Cranston struck out the side in order last weekend as the Richmond Panthers capped a 17-7 win over North Delta to remain undefeated.

The young pitching ace sat down all three batters she faced in the under-12 girls’ softball game, earning Richmond its second consecutive victory of the season.
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Coached by Taila’s dad Jody, with assistance from Gary Louis, the Panthers are enjoying their first time playing together. This follows two months of indoor and outdoor training.

Playing an aggressive style of base running, the Panthers are elated with their early success. And Cranston is impressed by how quickly they are learning.

“These girls learn fast and they love running the bases. Aggressive and fast is a really great combination." says Cranston.

Aleeza Berger started the game on the mound for the Panthers during their victory at North Delta. She formed a strong battery with catcher Kamiya Hayre.

The Panthers are looking forward to participating in a tournament April 27 to 29 at Steveston/London Park. The season runs until mid-July.

The 2018 Panthers consist of: Aleeza Berger, Ashley Barstow, Devyn Scott, Emilie Snowdon, Emma Jordan, Genevieve Louis, Hannah Nickerson, Jessica Lilge, Jorja Jordan, Kamiya Hayre, Nina Scott and Taila Cranston.


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© Copyright 2015 - Richmond News


( Taila Cranston / Richmond Sentinel ).
( Softball / Pitching ).

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Finalists announced - Richmond Sports Awards

Winners to be recognized at May 5 banquet

From The Richmond News, April 21, 2016...
RICHMOND NEWS - SPORTS
Published: April 21, 2016 08:47 PM


The finalists have been announced for the 17th annual Richmond Sports Awards.

Jody Cranston (athletics, Greyhounds Track and Field Club)

Overseen by the Richmond Sports Council, the program recognizes athletic excellence, leadership and contribution in the past 12 months and beyond.


( Finalist / 2016 ).
( Weight Throw ).

Friday, July 24, 2015

SEATTLE MASTERS CLASSIC - JULY 18th 2015





JODY CRANSTON

Weight Throw 35 lbs. 9.69 Meters - One Turn.
First Place.

Super Weight Throw 56 lbs. 6.23 Meters - One Turn.
First Place.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

RICHMOND NEWS - SPORTS

Cranston sets record with win in Seattle
ranston sets record with win in Seattle
ranston sets record with win in Seattle
ranston sets record with win in Seattle

From The Richmond News, June 13th, 2015...
RICHMOND NEWS - SPORTS
Published: June 13th, 2015 8:23 AM


Richmond resident and strength competitor Jody Cranston captured the Super Weight Throw event at the Seattle Parks Track and Field Championships on the weekend.

Cranston, who competes for the Greyhounds Track and Field Club and is coached by Dave McDonald, set a new provincial 45-50 age group Super Weight Throw record by throwing the 56 pound implement 20 feet at the USA Track and Field sanctioned event.

© Copyright 2015 - Richmond News 


( Jody Cranston / Richmond News ).
( Track and Field / Super Weight ).

Friday, June 12, 2015

RICHMOND REVIEW - SPORTS

CRANSTON ON THE MARK

From The Richmond Review, June 10th, 2015...
RICHMOND REVIEW - SPORTS
Published: June 10th, 2015 9:00 AM



Richmond resident and strength competitor Jody Cranston earned a new provincial mark while taking first place in the Super Weight Throw event at the Seattle Parks Track and Field Championships on the weekend.

Cranston, who competes for the Greyhounds Track and Field Club and is coached by Dave McDonald, set the provincial 45-50 Super Weight Throw record by throwing the 56-pound implement 20 feet at the USA Track and Field-sanctioned event.

© Copyright 2015 - Richmond Review 


( Jody Cranston / Richmond Review ).
( Track and Field / Super Weight ).

Saturday, April 25, 2015

2015 Fraser Valley Invitational Track Meet

BEAR CREEK PARK


1st Place Master (45-50) Men 
Weight Throw Jody Cranston

Saturday, February 21, 2015

RICHMOND REVIEW - KUDOS



From The Richmond Review, Friday October 19th, 2012...
RICHMOND REVIEW KUDOS
Published: February 20, 2015 9:00 AM

Richmond resident and strength athlete Jody Cranston won first place in the Weight Throw event at the BC Indoor Track and Field Provincial Championships at the Kamloops Tournament Capital Centre on the weekend.

Cranston, who competes for the Greyhounds Track and Field Club and is coached by Dave McDonald, set the BC Provincial 45-50 Weight Throw record by throwing the 35 pound implement 29 feet at the BC Athletics Association sanctioned event.

To view original Newspaper click HERE.


( Jody Cranston / Richmond Review ).
( Son Ngo / Photo ).

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

THE IMPERIAL WORKOUT?!??

MIND OVER MATTER - FINDING THE FORCE


"My first lesson in mind over matter dealing with strength happened when I was about 9 years old and changed my life."

Part of a fitness test we had in Elementary School was chinning yourself (holding yourself in the top/contracted position of a chin up) for time.

At first I could only do about 10 to 15 seconds. We had about 3 weeks to practice before the fitness test so, my parents bought a chin up bar you could set up in a doorway for me to train on.

Here's the catch:

Chinning yourself for 54 seconds was the Fitness Test level of Excellence. If I could chin myself for 60 seconds(!) at the fitness test my parents would buy me the 12 inch Darth Vader action figure I really wanted!

Well, in 3 weeks at the final test I went from a 15 second chin (needs improvement) to an official 60 seconds (Excellence)! Improvement like that is definitely Mind over Matter.

I am now 45 years old and have been a competitive Powerlifter/Strength Athlete for over 20 years which has led to my career as a Personal Trainer and current Fitness Center Owner and Investor. That first "Mind over Matter" strength lesson had a lot to do with this.

"Thanks Mom and Dad!"




( Connection Corporate / Workout ).
( Jody Cranston / Getting Sentimental ).

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

COMING SOON - EXPANSION

CONNECTION - MORE ROOM!


It is our two year anniversary! It has been an incredibly successful two years for CONNECTION: CORPORATE HEALTH "The Gym at HSBC". To celebrate we have a big announcement - more room! Expansion / Renovation, a great product will be even better for our clients and members. 

( Connection: Corporate Health / Renovation ).
( Connection: Corporate Health / Expansion ).

Thursday, September 26, 2013

LOOP 21 digital media


Loop21.com is a digital brand / online magazine that celebrates success, growth & innovation in multicultural communities.

ARTICLE TITLE:
Why Celebrity Post-Pregnancy Weight-Loss Stories Suck
Because there are no miracles, just hard work (and personal chefs).

ARTICLE WRITER: Danielle Cheesman.

ARTICLE PORTION:
Us Weekly applauded Beyonce for doing it in five months; People magazine praised Jennifer Hudson for doing it in just two. Finally, the ladies had lost that godforsaken baby weight—60 and 35 pounds, respectively—gained during their pregnancies (and rightfully so damnit - though tabloids would have you believe it a burden to keep the packed-on pounds for even a few weeks after).

Jody Cranston, owner of fitness center Connection: Corporate Health in Vancouver, kept it simple. "Stick to the basics that work: diet and nutrition, and cardio and resistance training four times a week."

To view this article in its entirety click HERE.
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To view LOOP 21 "About Us" page click HERE.
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To view Danielle Cheesman's website click HERE.


( Jody Cranston / Media ).
( Connection Corporate Health / Media ).