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Summer camps are back!

Last year we had a great response with our day camp, the kids had a blast! this year we are offering two days Tuesday and thursday from 1 to 3 pm at $15 a day. Our groups are small, max 7 kids. Ages 6 and up, we provide the boots. Let your kid have fun while exercising and making new friends. Our camps run at Nicholls Oval park. To sign up text 705-768-1035. Kids

NEW DATES OPEN SUMMER CAMP

We had an awesome response to our summer day camp and we will be opening new dates Tuesday Aug 02, 09, 16, 23 and 30th from 1:00 to 3:00 at Nicholls oval $15 payment is required at time of booking, space is limited so hurry and get your kids to jump with Kangoo jumps. ( 1 hour exercise, dance, games snack break and splash pad) http://www.meirevolution.com To inquire text 7057681035 or inbox

AUGUST CALENDAR CLASSES

August CALENDAR We have sign up open. Evening classes Monday 7 to 8 pm at 180 Barnardo Ave. (Activity Heaven) 4 classes $80 Tuesday morning class 9 – 10 am at Premiere Studio dance (1046 County Rd) 5 classes for $100 Thursday Boot camp morning 9:30 – 10:30 am at Nicholls Oval 4 classes for $80 or BUY 9 morning classes for $140 to sign up text 7057681035  

Ready to burn up to 1200 Cal in 1 hr! Come and Jump with us…

Contact us to start jumping! 705-768-1035 check us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/meirevolution?ref=hl Did you know that we have a new program ready for you to get fit while having fun. Yes! we want to help you to get fit and healthy with our M&E Power Jumps. Some great information about the benefits of using Kangoo Jumps while exercising. In fact, here are the top 10 reasons why we love  regular rebounding exercise with Kangoo Jumps: 1.It protects the joints from the chronic fatigue delivered by exercising on hard surfaces. 2.It helps manage body composition and improves muscle-to-fat ratio. 3.It assists in the rehabilitation of a heart problem and recovering bodily injuries. 4.It improves resting metabolic rate so that more calories are burned for hours after exercise. 5.It offers relief from neck and back pains, headaches, and other pain caused by lack of exercise. 6.It enhances digestion and elimination processes. 7.It allows for deeper and easier relaxation and sleep. 8.It results in better mental performance and focus. 9.Its users gains a sense of control and an improved self-image. …

Foods to eat for a Good night sleep

Set yourself up for sound slumber with these calming foods and beverages. Chances are, you know that eating heavy meals and certain foods can keep you up at night, and you probably try to avoid them.But you may not realize that some foods and beverages can actually put you in the mood to snooze. In particular, foods that contain tryptophan (an amino acid that turns into relaxing brain chemicals like serotonin and melatonin), whole-grain carbs (which boost serotonin production), certain minerals (like calming calcium and magnesium), and some herbs (that have a relaxing effect) can put you in a soporific state. If you want a night of sound slumber, consider having a light sleep-inviting snack about an hour before bedtime. Good choices include: Half a Banana and a Handful of Almonds: The combination of tryptophan, carbs, and calming magnesium can help make you drowsy. Don’t like bananas? Have some cherries, a natural source of melatonin, instead. Whole-Grain Crackers with Peanut Butter: It’s another magical combo (tryptophan + complex carbs) that will promote sound slumber. A …

Are you an Emotional eater?

Emotional Eating: What Helps By Joy Manning, Reviewed by Melinda Ratini, DO, MS on July 28, 2014 Does stress, anger, or sadness drive you to eat? Do you turn to food for comfort, or when you’re bored? Many people do. If you often eat for emotional reasons instead of because you’re physically hungry, that can be a problem. Obeying the urge to eat more than you need is a sure-fire way to gain weight. It’s an even bigger problem if you already have health conditions like diabetes, obesity, or high blood pressure. You can get back in control of your emotional eating. The surprising part is, it’s not really about food at all. You might not even realize you’re doing it. One of the biggest clues: “Eating until you are uncomfortable and stuffed is a sure sign something is going on,” psychologist Leslie Becker-Phelps, PhD, says. Another clue: You’re gaining weight and you don’t know why. Don’t assume that it’s just that you’re getting older or slacking on the treadmill. Consider how you’re doing emotionally, …