Katelyn Sander

Proudly Canadian

Living Well

Canada Day. The national day of Canada. On July 1st we celebrate the anniversary of the enactment of the Constitution Act in 1867, which brought the colonies of Canada (which split into Ontario and Quebec), Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick together.

It’s a day to celebrate our country, our home, our freedom… Usually, it would be a day filled with barbecues, fireworks, parades, and community celebration. This year, things will look different. Fireworks displays will be watched on our phones. Families will gather for barbecues over Zoom. Parades will have to wait for next year. But that won’t stop us from celebrating Canada.

I’m proud to be Canadian. Proud of what this country stands for. Proud of the diversity it fosters. Proud. And thankful.

Inspiration of the Day

“My upbringing in Canada made me the person I am. I will always be proud to be a Canadian.” – Jim Carrey

Classes of the Day

Today we’ve got a couple of classes on the schedule.

Mobility & Muscle with Lauren

Today, Lauren – who is stepping in for Matt – is ready to bring you your lunchtime pick-me-up! This class will focus on the shoulder, hip, and ankle, moving you through a full range of motion. There will be additional stability work for the glutes and core included!

Recommended equipment: two pillows, chair

Join Lauren at 12:00pm (35 minutes) from your own living room.

Click here to join the class.

Meeting ID: 892 2779 8538
Password: 903005

On Core with Garth

Garth’s back with another week of On Core, where you’ll challenge your core and stabilize your trunk in just 30 minutes!

Recommended equipment: light/medium dumbbell or weighted object (water bottle, book, etc.)

Join Garth at 5:30pm (30 minutes) from your own living room.

Click here to join the class.

Meeting ID: 868 1155 7138
Password: 998132

Weekly Schedule

Click here to review this week’s schedule.

If you have any questions about our virtual classes, please reach out to Lauren.

Trainer Moves of the Day

TAC Personal Trainer guides you through some simple, in home training techniques for Legs, Upper Body and Core. You can hit a different part of your body every day – or mix everything together for a great full-body workout!

Lower Body Series

Upper Body Series

Core Strength Series


For questions about today’s Trainer Moves, you can connect directly with Xochil here.

Workout of the Day Library

Loved one of our past workouts but didn’t save it? We can help. We’ve made it easier for you to search through our Workout of the Day database to find your favourites. Click here to see all of the workouts we’ve included in our daily emails since the very beginning, with new workouts being added throughout the week. So, whenever you need a little inspiration, come back and give one of these archived workouts another try.

 

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