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GTA Winter Wonderland! Creative Ways to Stay Active & Fit

Creative Ideas to Stay Fit During the Holidays!

Are you getting bored of doing the same exercise routine at the gym? Having second thoughts about running outside on a cold, damp Sunday morning? Switch gears and try some other physical activities that will keep you entertained and in shape during the winter season! Here are my suggestions below:

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1) Rock Climbing/Bouldering

A great whole body workout that challenges your core and improves coordination and muscle endurance. I recommend checking out The Hub Climbing in Markham for their vast array of climbing routes for top rope and bouldering.

2) DJ Skate Nights @ Harbourfront Centre

Too old for clubbing? Bust out your dance moves on a Saturday night at the Natrel Rink down at Harbourfront Centre instead to get your weekly dose of cardio. The lineup this year again includes local and international DJs.

3) Polar Bear Dip [Toronto]

Willing to brave the cold and test the frigid waters of Lake Ontario? The Polar Bear Dip [Toronto] is an annual tradition where participants dash into Lake Ontario on New Year’s Day. Sounds fun right? Proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity so it’s also for a good cause!

4) Surfset Toronto

The closest thing to actual surfing in Toronto! Located just a few minutes north of Yonge & Eglinton, Surfset offers group classes for dynamic balance, core stability, and resistance training while incorporating the RipSurfer X surfboard. Get your surf on!

5) High Performance Personal Training Session at Lawrence Park Health

Whether you are looking for a one-on-one training session, a group session with a loved one, or a mini class bootcamp, we’ve got it for you.  At Lawrence Park Health your sessions will be tailored to your exact fitness levels and personalized needs.  You will work with one of our professional strength and conditioning specialists to not only get fit, but have fun while doing it!  Get ready for a full-body workout and one of the best sweats of your life – therapy for both your body and mind!


Author: Clarence Lau, BSc (Hons), MPhtySt

Toronto Registered Physiotherapist | Acupuncture Provider


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