Move For Your Health
Regular physical activity can increase happiness — and helps to manage stress and anxiety.
Let's get moving!
Back to the Basics Bodyweight Workout
Whether you’re getting back into a workout routine or just starting out, biting off more than you can chew can lead to injury. This bodyweight-only starter session is all about getting you moving, plain and simple.
The Power of Movement
We know about the physical benefits of exercise, such as reducing our risks of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, but how does it benefit our mental health? In this 45-minute virtual speaker series, we look at the scientific research and recommendations on how physical activity can be used as a tool to manage stress and anxiety.
Suns and Sets Workout
A functional, full-body outdoor workout led by fitness coach (and Grey Cup winner) Tommy Europe. This workout features sets of exercises that can be done outdoors or adapted for indoors if the weather outside is frightful. Designed for all fitness levels.
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