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  • Healthy Buffalo
    Healthy Buffalo has one primary objective: transform Buffalo's citizens into models of health and well-being. But instead of urging everyone in the community to spend their lunch break bench-pressing a coworker, the organization has ironed out a handful of initiatives to make its goal a reality. For instance, it organizes amateur sports leagues—including dodge ball and basketball—complete with stats, jerseys, and trophies to encourage healthy competition. And it hosts youth basketball clinics for boys and girls. Away from the fields of play, however, Healthy Buffalo stays connected to the community by maintaining a website packed with free nutritional guidance, exercise tips, and mental health information. It also works with employers to create health and wellness programs for employees to help combat rising health costs.
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    203 Sanders Rd.
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_CA title: Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre facet_type_id: 2384f270-245c-1033-bfda-02e8fbcb18f4 html_text: There's a lot of fitness packed into the 312,000 sq. ft. Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre. A diving tank and two swimming pools are just for starters, complete with a moveable floor to facilitate shallow-water entry for those who need it. Other areas of the center encompass a running track, conditioning rooms, and a four-court gym—and visitors aren't left to exercise on their own. Trainers lead several types of classes, and it's also home to The Canadian Sport Institute Ontario.
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    875 Morningside Avenue
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Dream Large Basketball Mississauga
    Some of the drills practiced at Dream Large Basketball are what most fans would classify as fouls. There’s the one where players crash into padded mats while trying to maintain their dribble. If that isn’t difficult enough, there’s another drill that demands players to dribble two balls simultaneously while being pushed from the front and pulled from behind. Coach Phil Ramirez, the man behind these challenging drills, believes that young ballers will excel during games if they’re physically tested during practice. That means a mix of basketball training and fatiguing exercises, which include cone drills, wall sits, heavy rope routines, and memorizing Dr. James Naismith’s thesis paper. Through hard work and plenty of sweat, the training facility hopes to get youth ballers closer to earning a spot on their middle school, high school, or college teams.
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    2295 Dunwin Dr.
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • Sky Zone - Mississauga
    Inside Sky Zone, wall-to-wall floor trampolines, angled wall trampolines, and a wide blue foam pit enable visitors to excise energy by literally bouncing off the walls. Instructors lead participants through low-impact aerobics, core-strength exercises, and aerial calisthenics in SkyRobics, and supervise trampoline-propelled dodge-ball games during 3-D Dodgeball. They also lead one-week youth camps that combine their classes with supervised open-jump sessions. They conduct all activities indoors to ensure supervised safety and that passing storks don't take back their deliveries. Sky Zone showcases a commitment to health as well as entertainment.
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    3636 Hawkestone Road
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • Regency Fitness
    At Regency Fitness, a staff of amicable trainers introduces new members to their 17,000-square-foot facility, stocked with TV-mounted Precor cardio machines, weight equipment, and free weights. In group fitness classes, they also help members stretch into Hatha yoga poses, amp up cardio workouts with Zumba's Latin-inspired dance-party moves, and pummel punching bags during Box Fit sessions. After workouts, steam rooms stand by to melt sore muscles and snowmen with poor judgment.
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    1255 The Queensway
    Etobicoke, ON CA
  • Rouge Valley Sports Camp
    Founded by two York Region teachers in 2013, Rouge Valley Sports Camp fosters independence, emphasizes teamwork, and encourages critical thinking. But campers may not even realize they're acquiring those skills, since they'll be too busy playing basketball, baseball, soccer, or another sport. The camp also offers arts-and-crafts time. Indeed, RVSC's main program comes stocked with a diverse roster of activities. But the camp also offers activity-specific programs, with plans to expand into such areas as archery, rock climbing, and music in the future.
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    525 Highglen Avenue
    Markham, ON CA

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