It was Scott Catton’s father who opened the first two-for-one optical store in Ontario in 1989. It was called Wholesale Vision, and the glasses sold there were crafted at the lens-manufacturing facility onsite. The company may have changed its name to iVision in 2000, and it may have a new president—Scott—but it still offers two-for-one specs, perfect for those who misplace things or for for people like Superman, who need to completely change their identity in a hurry. iVision also still manufactures all of its lenses in-house. These lenses go on to fill regular frames as well as frames from designer brands such as Ray-Ban, Hugo Boss, Prada, and Gucci.
CrossFit invigorates students with comprehensive conditioning programs that furnish core strength and improve overall health. During a one-hour elements training session, certified instructors engage pupils with an extensive, functional workout that primes physiques for the higher-intensity signature CrossFit challenge and lower-intensity stamp-licking contests. Muscle moulders flourish their technique with varied skill circuits anchored in squats, dead lifts, and shoulder presses and increase their endurance with plyometric jumps, burpees, and sprints. In addition to laying the foundation for the speed, power, and medieval crossbow domains of traditional CrossFit, the introductory elements classes foster athletes in a less competitive environment in order to inspire confidence.
Fitness 360º cultivates a comfortable women-only fitness experience that leaves muscle toners and cardio-sculpters empowered to increase fitness, energy, and self-confidence. Both memberships include access to all equipment in the gym, as well as access to as many classes as workout mavens can conveniently stuff into their schedules. Between body-sculpting equipment specifically tailored to a woman's centre of gravity and anti-gravity, as well as cardio theatre and a well-stocked bar of fresh-blended smoothies, muscle-moulders of all stripes can seek satisfaction in the full-service facilities. Fitness classes such as Pilates, Zumba, and Fitmom enable patrons to shake up their schedules and blast through social loafing in a fun, cooperative atmosphere. Plan each weekly workout by perusing the schedule.
Hurts So Good awakens hibernating muscle fibres with one-hour boot camp classes that mix cardiovascular, strength, core, and flexibility training. In buggy boot camp, new parents enjoy workouts designed just for them as their stroller-bound spawn hangout and play cards nearby, and adult boot camp unites buggy-less participants under the name of fitness. Relying on body weight and light sets of free weights, no workout is ever the same as Hurts So Good's instructors surprise the body with varied routines and frightening Halloween masks, helping participants in their quest to lose weight and tone muscles to a pleasing pitch. Bring water, a light set of weights (which can be as simple as lightly filled cans or bottles), and for the buggy boot camp class, a child or cutely dressed ferret securely placed in a stroller.
Owners Murrel and Lori Brubacher invite groups to solve a challenging ghost-town-themed labyrinth at the Waterloo County Corn Maze. For 60–90 minutes, visitors weave through corn stalks and trek down winding paths to sell insurance to the recreated ghost towns' resident spectres. Every abandoned borough showcases information about early towns that helped shape the local Ontario community, and visitors who find the information enter into a monthly drawing for dinner for two at Anna Mae's Bakery & Restaurant. On Friday and Saturday evenings, nocturnal adventurers navigate the outdoor maze using only moonlight and a flashlight brought from home. After solving the field, kids head indoors to excavate kernels from the sandbox and count grains in the sand pile. Families nibble packed meals at the picnic area. Larger groups can call ahead to book a free reservation for the volleyball court and campfire pit stocked with roasting sticks, on which guests warm volleyballs to their peak gooeyness.