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Rebels Weekend Wrap Nov 30-Dec1

December 3, 2018

This is the last Rebels Weekend Wrap for the year 2018, with all four Rebels volleyball and basketball teams finishing their fall terms on the road at CMU over the weekend. Read More →

Exam and Holiday Stress: 7 Stretches You Can do at Your Desk

November 30, 2018

It is December and the stress of exams and the holidays can take its toll.  The day can get by without noticing how long we’ve been sitting. From the breakfast table at home, driving in the car, to sitting at the desk, our bodies spend a lot of time seated and are not designed for this.

Sitting for too long can cause muscle imbalances where it can cause weak and tight muscles. Our backs suffer from weak abdominal muscles giving the back poor support and the forward pull of gravity to flex it forward. With so many ailments today of tight hamstrings and lower back pain we need find some balance to being seated so much in today’s culture.

Here are seven stretches that can be done at your desk and don’t draw too much attention to you for doing them. They take only few minutes and doing them a couple of times a day can dramatically change how you feel. Start with going through them once then take a break and go back to what you were doing. As you become more comfortable you can repeat them and do a couple of sets to get a longer lasting response from the body. Enjoy.

Mario De Negri

Fitness Coordinator at RRC

Rebels United Alumni Feature: Nealon Almario

November 28, 2018

We go back to Men’s basketball for this feature on Nealon Almario

Played: for 2 seasons, 2015 – 2016 and 2016 – 2017

Program: Automotive Technician Diploma 2017

Currently workingAudi Winnipeg

Nealon had this to say “Red River College helped me gain all the skills and knowledge to pursue one of my dream jobs. Being part of the Rebels basketball team motivated me to be present in school every day.”

Rebels note: Nealon was part of the eight straight Championship dynasty as a member of the men’s basketball team.



Join Us for the Rebels Shootout Lunch Time Event!

November 21, 2018

Don’t have the time for a weeknight or weekend Intramural? No problem, join us for one of our fun Lunch Special Events. These events occur on Wednesdays, from 11am-1pm in the North Gym throughout the school year. Pop by with your friends to test your skills, have fun and win some great prizes! Open to all. No registration to be filled, no fees to pay, just come to the gym to get active and participate!

November 28th: Rebels Shoot Out.
Gretzky, Lemieux, Crosby, Laine. Add your name to the list of greats, and test your shooting skills at the Rebels Shoot out. How many targets can you hit! Find out and play for some prizes!

Rebels Weekend Wrap: Nov 16-17

November 20, 2018

The Rebels Men’s Basketball team conducted a NIAC sweep at home this weekend while the Rebels Women’s Volleyball is in the top spot of the MCAC after a home and home series with St.Boniface. Read More →

Getting Started

November 19, 2018

Getting started on anything is going to be a constant theme of life for anyone. Whether it’s getting started with a new year, getting started in a new career or even just getting started with our day. Getting started with anything seems to be good in theory but can be much more challenging in practice. The intentions we have to move through change and start on new routines are great until life takes over and creates challenges and barriers which can get us caught up.

One of the key things to keep in mind that with every new thing started it will be met with how our patterns in the past have been. It is unrealistic to expect that starting something will bring on success right away and not have set backs or old patterns present themselves. The process of change will bring up some of the very things you are wanting to change, so when they do it is an opportunity to notice that you are in a place of changing more so then in the times when you didn’t even notice those things come up.

One example of something difficult to change is time. We have only a limited amount of time in a day, and then to try to get involved in something like exercises, time will present itself as a challenge to get up and active. It is when you notice that you are trying to be active but time is causing the pressure of not being able to, it shows you that barrier, which will need to be overcome to continue on with what you truly want.

The Getting Started booklet is designed to help show you the different aspects of our lives that help to create a balanced and well-rounded person. All of these components will have their own barriers and challenges but the practices that are outlined are meant to be used as guides when those challenges present themselves.  It is only through the regular practice of these small changes, that over time the changes start to be felt. So in the example of time being the barrier, once you become active and have worked through that challenge of not having time you will start to find that while being active you find the time to do so but also your sense of time also starts to expand creating what some people have described as having more time. It is only through the process of doing that work that the outcomes are experienced. When we focus on the outcomes, more than the process we miss the point as well as usually fall back into old patterns.

Use this booklet as a guide to help getting a better understanding of yourself, and to learn about where your challenges are and what tools you will need to work on to improve those aspects. There is no final goal, or end when it comes to self-development. It is a continual journey of practice which like all things with practice leads to improvement. Small frequent changes over time shows more reward, over large inconsistent bouts. Notice the dips and challenges and use those as learning opportunities to show you that you are still on the right track.

Sign Up for our Annual Co-Ed Futsal Tournament!

November 14, 2018

Looking for some fun, physical activity and the chance to make new friends?  These one day co-ed recreational events are great way to meet new people, exercise, and have fun!
Sign up by yourself, with a friend or get a group of friends together and make a team to try and win one of the coveted Intramural Champion T-Shirts. Open to all RRC Staff, Students, Alumni and Community members.

December 1st: International Open Futsal Tournament
$30 per team $5 for Free agent
Our most prestigious and longest running intramural event! But don’t worry, the futsal tournament is still all about fun, exercise, meeting new friends and enjoying the global game! This is CoEd tournament (1 person per gender on the court at all times), and persons from RRC and the community can participate.
Co-Ed Futsal Rules-2b8bbrk

To sign up fill out the following form and take to student services for payment. Deadline to register is One (1) week prior to event. 2018-19 Intramurals and Special Events List-1yzi5z8

Rebels Weekend Wrap Nov 9-10

November 13, 2018

The Rebels women’s volleyball team remains undefeated in MCAC league play while the Rebels men’s basketball teams split a pair of game with a Manitoba rival this past weekend. Read More →

Rebels WVB player Brooke Paulsen named MCAC Athlete of the Week

November 9, 2018

Story by Neil Noonan/MCAC

WINNIPEG, MB., November 8, 2018 – The Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference announced Thursday that Brooke Paulsen from the Red River College Rebels women’s volleyball team and Will Hatherly from the Assiniboine Community College Cougars men’s volleyball team are the Athletes of the Week. Read More →