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We believe in the synergy of community, the explosive potential of partnership, and the transformative power of fitness and proper nutrition for children.


We just want to send out a HUGE thank you to everyone who came to our winter skates and graciously donated food items to our event. We had an overwhelming amount of donations, and we can't say thank you enough. With all of your help, we were able to donate all of your goods to Simcoe Hall Settlement House. Look at this amazing letter we received today from them!

We can't thank you enough! 😊 stay tuned for more events!
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Today's quote is extremely spot on to how we want all of our followers and their families to feel when starting the New Year! This is YOUR year. Be the inspiration to your family and kids, and show them how important it is to focus on yourself, your health and well-being, and your fitness! Time to start 2018 off with a BANG!
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To kick start off our new year and help lose some of the holiday weight, we decided to research the 10 best snacks to eat to help in weight loss! Here are the top 10 snacks and why! 😊

1. Almonds: deliver filling fiber, protein and healthy fats.

2. Grapefruit: helps manage appetite by lowering insulin levels.

3. Chickpeas: have a meaty texture and a nutty flavour along with plenty of satiating fiber and a little protein.

4. Grapes: They're sweet and you savor them individually and slowly, getting a lot of satisfaction for just a handful of calories.

5. Dark Chocolate: good for overall cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar aid. Plus a little treat every now and then helps in the weight loss procedure, cutting out all of your favourite things lead you to most likely come off track eventually.

6. Popcorn: high in fiber, low in fat and deliver some protein. Avoid the salty toppings, and buttery dressings. Air popped popcorn is a great snack choice.

7. Yogurt: provides calcium and fiber, plus protein and gut-healthy probiotics.

8. Hummus: cut up veggies and hummus provides both carbohydrates and protein that help tide you over until your next meal.

9. Oatmeal: a complex carb (helps fill you up without spiking blood sugar), and is a great source of fiber.

10. Dried Fruit: packed with filling fiber, important vitamins and minerals. Look for ones with no sugar or sweeteners added and you can pair it with nuts for a snack with a balance of healthy carbs and protein.

Hope this helps in your snacking choices, or list some of your favourite snacks below! 😋

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