“TriForce is more than a gym, it's a place where you get cheerful for your achievements and where you meet with a fantastic gang of positive people.” These incredibly kind words, from one of THE most joyful, kind-hearted women we are blessed to know. Nicole is neighbours with Darlene (our unofficial, unpaid marketing intern hehe), who encouraged her to check us out – there’s a reason why “Darlene made me do it” has been bestowed on more than one TriForce swag: “This is Darlen
Sometimes you just need to take a breath. Sometimes you just need someone to yank on your arm to get the tension out (we see you 100000000000 orange cones recently added just in time for the back-to-school rush!). If this sounds like you, join Brooke for a 30-minute yoga flow to loosen up and decompress. Namaste <3
Chelsea met Brooke years ago on the ice and in the classroom during their McGill Education undergrad. Like Brooke, she's a high school teacher, incredibly athletic, passionate and caring. A globetrotter, she's been all over the world. In her spare time, she fights for human rights and is an ambassador for Cystic Fibrosis Canada. As someone with cystic fibrosis, she's been a leader in fighting for novel therapeutic access for all in Quebec (see her work pushing the government
Is it hot at the gym…? Let’s not beat around the bush here, it is always hot at Triforce from all the hard work we put in. The hardest part about it is becoming instantly hungry afterwards but not wanting to cook anything at home due to that summer’s blazing heat wave, right? Well, try this cooling tuna mango salad to solve both of your problems. Not only is this salad quite easy to make, it has all the good stuff that you want to help your body repair and build ---- plus it'
It's been a hot summer -- so hot, that there were times we thought we were in a new found Canadian desert. But, that never got in the way of having a killer summer so far! Desert heat + summer fun = this workout. There are 4 exercises that you will complete circuit-style (one to the next, then the next). You'll start your pyramid climb at an interval of 30sec of work, 15sec of rest between exercises in round one. From there, increase the work interval to 45 sec in round 2, a