Be Inspired

This is the place to learn more about how we operate, what we are doing to support physical activity across Canada, and how generous contributions are making a difference in the lives of Canadian children.

Read ourĀ e-newsletter, blog posts and articles to be inspired to get more kids active.

Family Inspiration

“What inspired you to get into fitness?” That’s a question I hear all the time. Usually I talk about fitness shows, gymnastics and bodybuilding, but my real inspiration is my …

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Investing in our future

Way to go GoodLife Kids Foundation!! GoodLife have been changing the health of individuals for many years, and I applaud them for investing in the health of our children and our …

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Voice your passion

Most of us are obsessed with doing right by our kids and yet we seem to be missing one of the biggest pieces. Our kids need to move, they need to walk to school, ride their bikes, and play in a park with their friends.

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A Shocking Diagnosis

Mady Carter was diagnosed with hypothyroidism at 18 months old. Now, 12 years later, she is still medication-free due to her physical activity levels, and healthy diet.

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Health Breaks at School

Many schools throughout Canada have adopted the “Balanced School Day”, where instead of a traditional lunch hour, children are given two shorter “health breaks”. This schedule was implemented without any …

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The Full Package

Once you put all of these ideas together you will get the full package for health and wellness – while keeping the throw away packaging off of your food!

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Dedication and Preparation

There’s a lot of work that goes into preparing for a Fitness and Bodybuilding show. It’s hard when you’re doing 2 events that both require training and routines. Luckily, a …

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Secret Superfoods

Eating even small amounts of these foods on a regular basis are associated with exceptional health outcomes and disease prevention.

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The Most Important Meal

If you get “the goods” in early your body will be very happy. Even if you’re the type of person that really isn’t that hungry in the morning, at the very least have a green juice or a glass of water with some lemon and a piece of fruit, and maybe even a handful of nuts.

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Get creative and make food fun!

In my recent Yummy cooking class that focused on Kid-Friendly recipes, the menu was designed with simplicity and creativity in mind.

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Today we're celebrating the #SummerSolstice and #InternationalYogaDay Yoga is an awesome way to help kids develop important physical and mental skills - and it can be easily adapted for all ages and abilities! For younger children, keep practices short and use stories and familiar animals or objects as cues for them to mimic with their poses. For older kids, try building to some more challenging balancing poses or turn inwards to focus on the stress-relieving benefits of the practice. #activekids #yoga

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