Having trained Amy Reid, the current Twin Dragon Canadian women’s flyweight champion, as well as Jason Leava, the USKBA men’s middleweight champion, the coaches at Effective Kickboxing know how to train those of all skill levels and fitness. Their client roster also includes heavy hitters such as Starr Guest, EOFL women's flyweight champion, and Robert Hymans, men's EOFL heavyweight and now the Twin Dragon Kickboxing association's super heavy weight champion. While working with such elite fighters dominates much of their time, instructors also help keep nonfighters in peak physical shape. During high-intensity classes, trainers combine endurance, strength, and flexibility exercises so that participants can burn up to 900 calories per session. Each class features enough kicks and punches to convince shadows to wear mouth guards, and coaches instruct on methods of maintaining balance, precision, and striking power.
Bathed in the gentle glow of subdued, relaxing light, Impressions Day Spa’s talented staff deploys upwards of 20 years of industry experience as they lavish bodies in serenity-inducing services. The spa’s dedication to individualized care is evidenced in the lush private treatment rooms wherein aestheticians tailor treatments such as microdermabrasion and organic airbrush tanning to fit each patron’s skin type and accommodate comfort levels. Bolstering existing beauty remains a spa specialty, but Impressions' team of RMTs also perfects the art of stress erasing through treatments such as Swedish massage, which can help relieve trauma resulting from having a quarter painfully extracted from an ear by a street magician.
Build My Body Beautiful™ (BMBB) is a Toronto based, fitness & wellness company, that provides a variety of holistic programs & services to women. BMBB uses a mix of fitness programs, motivational hypnosis for sports and weight management and nutrition consulting to help women reach their goals.
Since 1987, Baby & Me Fitness's certified trainers have helped prepare pregnant women, new parents, and babies for childbirth and a new life together with safe and enlightening fitness classes and lectures. Expecting and new parents can attend discussions and workshops with extensively trained instructors and visiting guest speakers, where they’ll learn how to navigate the emotional, social, and physical demands of welcoming a child into the world. New moms can explore prenatal fitness classes with cardio and core training, yoga, Pilates, and water exercises to keep bodies healthy and strong for an easier labor. Postpartum regimens help mom’s body adjust after the birth with high-energy cardio, tension-melting yoga, and resistance workouts that use the baby’s own weight to strengthen the mother-child telepathic powers.
Inside MODO Fruit & Tea House's modern, single-aisle cafe, guests cozied up in booths sip on bubble teas, nibble on fried snacks, and satisfy their sweet cravings with spoonfuls of ice cream. The snack shop's menu of Chinese-inspired eats offers patrons a variety of plates to curb their sweet or salty cravings, such as fried squid balls and BBQ sausage to mocha mousse cake and green tea brick toast. Patrons can wash down their treats with more than 40 beverage options, which include honeydew smoothies, papaya milk shakes, mango slushes, and lychee green tea, named after the newest shade of green crayon.
Designed by U.S. Military drill instructors, The O Course Crucible is based on the Marine Corps Crucible. While that challenge is 54 hours long and covers more than 60 kilometers, this race covers roughly 12 kilometers. However, the obstacles participants must surmount are designed in the same military style. Based both on land and in the water, the obstacles are kept secret before the race—but they are sure to test participants' endurance, strength and creativity under pressure. Once they complete the course, participants celebrate at an afterparty with food and drinks where the race officials honor the fastest racers.