Working out with friends is the best. Making more friends while working out is even more special. That’s how Lolë Women with it’s annual Lolë White Tour has turned into an annual success with women all around Canada.
As the months are passing by us alongside chocolate indulging holidays, seems now may be the ideal time to set a future target to physically motivate yourself to maintain your fitness routine. We’re happy to highlight five upcoming off road physical challenges that may be the motivator you’re looking for.
Finally, sub-zero, snowy, true Canadian winter is here and as a popular saying goes “there’s no such thing as bad weather, there’s only bad clothing.” And I couldn’t agree more. To help you start cherishing and enjoying this season as many Canadians do, this is our guide to getting the most out of Canadian winters by embracing outdoor activities.
Welcome to the fall season! With rain and a few final big running races on the horizon, many running enthusiasts have a difficult time maintaining their training schedule. I’ve been there and would steer everyone clear of embracing the Thanksgiving, Halloween and all the other holiday food coma by combining it with new, exciting and unique ways of keeping your running steady, even when the weather isn’t the greatest.
The new Barre3 exercise studio combines controlled pilates and yoga movements, concentrating on major muscle groups including legs, shoulders, arms, and core.
Initially a Portland, Oregon based studio, they opened the first Canadian location in Toronto a couple of months ago on the second floor at 325 King St. West (across from the TIFF Bell Lightbox).