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Total Sports 2016 | Volume 2 | Issue 6



Winter Wonderland Running Pg 8

Georgian Grizzlies Success – Provincially & Nationally Pg 16

Ride the “8” in District 8-OFSC Pg 18


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Barrie Spikes Volleyball By: Karen Leslie

Barrie Spikes Volleyball is all about fun, learning and developing skills needed to play the game of volleyball on every level. Each night, new skills and team challenges are taught by our energetic coaches and volunteers. Want to see your child grow in the sport of volleyball? Come try out Barrie Spikes volleyball! We start as young as 6 years of age up to 15 years old. The program runs every Wednesday

at Algonquin Ridge school for 8 weeks at a time, however, due to increased interest in Barrie Spikes, we are now opening a 2nd night on Monday’s at Holly Meadows school. During the summer we run

summer camps where skills are taught each day along with team building and game play. This summer, we are excited to offer beach volleyball. Our website will have more details in the new year. Keep checking our website for more information on all of our programs at or send an email to Karen at barrie.spikesvball@ with any questions. “Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard”

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South Simcoe Sonics under 12 Boys Basketball By Dwight Robbins, Photo credit Craig Bone The game of basketball has taken off by leaps and bounds in Canada in the last 20 years. The Toronto Raptors season is underway and the Raps made it as far as the Eastern Conference Finals last year, and it appears that more is in store for this season. As a nation, we have had notable first round draft picks in the NBA in the past few years such as Andrew Wiggins, Jamal Murray, Tristan Thompson, and Corey Joseph of the Raptors. Dwight Robbins (Assistant Coach of the U12 SS Boys Team) says, “In the past 20 to 25 years, there has been a massive shift in the game of basketball in this county. Boys are now learning skills in Grade 6 that we previously worked on in Grade 11. Skills like power layups, how to overplay on defense, and conceptual and reactionary basketball are now emphasized at the grassroots level.” Since this surge in the level of interest in the game of basketball in Canada, boys and girls are now playing the game on a regular basis at a consistently high level. Basketball is overtaking other sports in this region, primarily because it is a low cost alternative sport that provides youth with great cardiovascular benefits, coordination, physical strength, as well as social benefits. These boys are no different – the level of motivation and interest has made its way to the Sonics Boys U12 boys’ basketball team. The team has recently begun their season competing in the Ontario Basketball League as well as competing in three to four tournaments over the course of the season. The ‘League’ consists of games in various locations on separate weekends from November until April. Provincials will take place in the Niagara area this year. The goal of competing in the OBL is for


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ranking purposes. “We do things a little differently in basketball...” says team Manager Becky. “In hockey, teams compete at a pre-set level that is determined prior to the season. In basketball, we compete over the course of five weekends to see where we are seeded at provincials. Realistically, we would like to play well enough to compete in Division 3 in Niagara at the end of the season. In hockey, that would be the equivalent of competing in AAA. This is a pretty remarkable accomplishment for a community the size of Bradford. Other D3 teams typically come from much larger regions such as London, Hamilton, Toronto, and Ottawa.” Understandably, drawing 12 players from a community of 15,000 is much more difficult than drawing 12 players from a community of 500,000 +. Team Head coach, Sly Murray, (pictured here) who has been with the team since its inception in 2013. Some team players come in for extra practice very early, from 6 am to 8 am, once or twice per week at the BWG Recreation Centre with Coach Sly. One parent was recently overheard saying, “If basketball is not keeping you up at night, it should be getting you up in the morning.” This attitude exemplifies what this Sonics team is all about….

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The Simcoe County region is well known for its four distinct seasons and for being a seasonal paradise. From skiing to swimming, golf to geocaching, cycling to camping, and running to rock climbing, there are endless opportunities to get outdoors and enjoy the numerous opportunities right at our doorstep.

“N” is for NEED TO BE SEEN. With less daylight during winter months, being visible to motorists is a factor with winter running. Frankly, motorists don’t expect runners out on the roads in winter. If possible, wear reflective clothing and after dark, a headlamp to see but more importantly to be seen.

For many runners, winter is an “off season” time to hang up the shoes and pick it up again in the spring. But it doesn’t have to be. For those who run year round, many say winter is their favourite season for running. Just think, in winter there are no bugs, low humidity, no poison ivy, and if you are a trail runner you don’t have to be on a constant look out for bears. Winter running takes a little bit more preparation and planning, but it is easier than you think. Using the acronym “W-I-N-T-E-R” here are a few simple tips that might come in handy.

“T” is for TRACTION. Just like snow tires are to a car, the right footwear will help keep you upright while winter running. Trail shoes do provide better tread for better traction. Fresh snow provides better traction. There are traction devices found in running stores that are designed to provide better traction and stability while running on snow and ice.

“W” is for WARM UP. In colder weather, muscles will take longer to warm up. It is best not to step out the door and go into a fast paced run right away. Walk briskly for five minutes, then to a slow running pace before getting into your regular tempo. This might take ten to fifteen minutes.

“E” is for “EMBRACE THE MOMENT”. There is nothing quite like listening to the crunch of snow under your feet, seeing each breath evaporate in front of you, and sensing every heartbeat. You feel so alive. Embrace it. The euphoria that is experienced is why some runners say that winter is their favourite season for running. “R” is for REWARD YOURSELF. You are so incredibly awesome. When you get back, put your feet up and have that cup of hot chocolate. You deserve it so much.

“I” is for INSULATION. Dressing for the conditions is very important when it comes to cold weather running. Dressing in layers is what is recommended for most outdoor winter activities and the same goes with running. Choose layers that wick away moisture with an outer layer that blocks the wind. It is very easy to “overdress”. If you find yourself becoming too warm, remove a layer.

My niece Caron who I ran 2 of my 50k’s with. This was day 365 of her runstreak. It was -12C at the time of our run.

The Chilly Half Marathon. I met this lady on the course and we ran the majority of the course together.

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Playing in the Powder Our area is blessed with an abundance of places to ski, snowboard, snow tube and snowshoe. Whether you own equipment or need to rent, are a beginner or experienced, want to casually exercise in the winter or are looking for competition, Snow Valley, just outside of Barrie, offers something for everyone. If you learned to ski in the area or even if you grew up in the Greater Toronto Area, chances are you learned at Snow Valley. Their cubs and cats program is second to none for three to five year olds. Cubs are new to the sport and Cats can turn and stop. Each session is eight weeks long and runs out of the Kids Village with two carpet lifts. A Ski ‘n’ Play program is offered for those who would like a drop-in lesson and Board ‘n’ Play is the same type of program except on a snowboard. Wee Shred is a Learn to Ride program for three to five year olds. If you’re older than five, the three acre learning centre offers a progression program with three carpeted lifts and is housed out of the new 6500 square foot day lodge. If you don’t ski or snowboard, or even if you do, snow tubing is so much fun. Snow Valley has Ontario’s best snow tubing terrain with rope tows, a lot of chutes open, and a kid zone for the little ones. John Ball, General Manger at Snow Valley says that “we provide the best place in Ontario for people to learn how to ski, snowboard, and enjoy snow tubing in Ontario’s best tubing park.” Snow Valley offers race programs too. For ages 6 to 18, there are learn-to-race programs and more advanced programs.


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Not into skiing – try snowshoeing on 14 kilometers of trails. From beginner to more challenging, Snow Valley offers a wide range of terrain with some spectacular scenery. The Snow Valley alumni is very impressive. From Bailey Mcdonald, a national snowboarder, Travis Gerrits, a Canadian freestyle aerials skier, Trevor Jennings, a national freestyle snowboarder, and Patrick Wright, a national alpine skier, to name a few, there’s no shortage of talent coming out of this resort. The Chill Program is an intercity initiative program sponsored by Burton and Snow Valley is the host centre. During the winter months, teens from Toronto’s Regent Park are bused north and given lessons and a chance to try snowboarding. Snow Valley is one of only two centres in Canada chosen to assist with this program. Snow Valley promotes a number of events at the resort but none is quite as popular as the annual Mash Bash. This winter, mark your calendars for January 27, 2017 for the 30th Anniversary, raising money for Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH) for their Child Youth Mental Services. The Federal Government and CFB Borden help to make the day a success.

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Sports: Swims competitively for Nantyr Shores swim team and Barrie Trojans Swim Club Sports Achievements: Qualified for 2016 Ontario Provincials and 2015, 2016 OFSAA Sports in the Future: Continue to swim competitively, and hopes to receive a scholarship in the future to swim at a varsity level. Aiming towards earning qualifications/ certifications to coach swimming

Sports Achievements: Grade 9-GBSSA Silver medalist jr boys basketball, Cross-county-GBSSA: 2nd 2013, 4th 2014, 2rd 2015, 1st 2016, OFSSA: 13th, 18th, 18th, 2nd, Track-1500: GBSSA: 3rd, 2nd, 3rd, OFSSA Regionals (OR): 5th, 4th, 8th OFSSA: 13th 2015, 3000: GBSSA: 2nd, 2nd, 2nd, OR: 4th, 3rd, 4th, OFSSA: 8th, 8th, 15th, Nationals: Gr 10-14th in 3000, Gr 11-28th in xc, 9th in 1500, 6th in 3000 Sports in the Future: Would like to train with a division 1 school in the U.S. and study kinesiology and exercise science. Matt hopes to place top 7 at the National cross-country meet to become a member of the Canadian Junior XC team that will compete in Uganda in 2017

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Barrie Kempettes Gymnastics Club By Kim Poole, Photo credit Tami Smitten SPACES still available in our WINTER SESSION which runs from January until March. Finally, it’s Arrived!!! A new program for you and your baby! It’s BABYNASTICS! We will be offering programs

for Babies as young as 6 months to participate in their own group atmosphere learning to stretch and work their hand eye coordination through songs and exercises. For more information, please go to our website. NEW PROGRAM OFFERED … HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM We have now scheduled and designed a program for Homeschooled children in our community. We will offer a structured class that uses all of our equipment to provide a well-rounded fitness experience. For more information, please go to our website. Wow … our club was ranked #27 out of 196 clubs in Ontario. Way to go BKGC … a new record of 1200 members registered last season! We are offering … Holiday Camps 2016 December 28th, 29th, 30th, January 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th

Gymnastics Camp for Girls & Boys ages 3 - 14 years. “Full day and ½ day camps available” Enjoy Gymnastics, Crafts, Games & Meet Lots of New Friends! SPRING registration dates: February 21, 22, 23 from

10 - 2 pm and 6 - 8 pm and February 25 from 11 - 1 pm 2017 MARCH BREAK CAMP March 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th & 17th Gymnastics Camp for Girls & Boys ages 3 - 14 years. Full day and ½ day camps available (Sign up by the day or for the week) Enjoy Gymnastics, Crafts, Games & Meet Lots of New Friends! Congratulations to our Head Coach Kim Poole who was the recipient of the Stan Stenoff Career Achievement Coaching Award this year at the 2016 Gymnastics Ontario’s AGM. This annual award is to recognize an extraordinary gymnastics coach who unknowingly touches hearts and changes lives. The recipient of this award must have coached for a minimum of twenty (20) years. Kim has been a coach with the Barrie Kempettes for over 30 years. Kim has been a dedicated coach to a generation of gymnasts

and now has children of former athletes joining our programs. Kim has coached many athletes to Championships. However, formal success has never been her goal; watching her girls reach personal bests and milestones is the accomplishment she longs for. This attitude makes her athletes strive to reach further and higher than they ever believed they could. Kim has dedicated her life to the success of the Barrie Kempettes and, more importantly, to the success of our athletes. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING ATHLETES WHO WERE RECOGNIZED THIS PAST FALL AS “ATHLETE OF THE SESSION”. The athletes received a Free Cup of Menchies from their “Player of the Game” program... Sadie, Morgan, Alyssa, Chloe, Dafna, Isabella, Hanna, Maddy, Brianna, Kylee, Azalea, Paige, Hailey, Morgan, Jordyn, Arianna A BIG THANK YOU to all our volunteers who assisted with decorating and dismantling the float we had in the BARRIE SANTA CLAUS PARADE, especially Natalie and Cory, Jenn, Liz, Paula and Sid and everyone else that made this event possible. Our BKGC Parents are the best!!! CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR COMPETITIVE TUMBLING ATHLETES

Travis, Quinn and Tien. Our athletes travelled to Cambridge on November 20th to compete at the T & T Tour Selection Meet. The top 2 athletes in each category will represent Ontario at the T & T Cup in Dallas, Texas, which takes place in January, 2017. TRAVIS has secured a spot on the Level 3 Men’s team and TIEN has secured a spot on the Level 3 Women’s team. Quinn has qualified as the alternate for the Women’s Level 3 team.

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Special Olympics Athletes Heading to the 2017 World Winter Games in Austria By Hellaina Rothenburg, Photo credit Special Olympics Ontario What athlete doesn’t strive for a chance to perform on the world stage in their sport? Special Olympics athletes in Barrie have had a strong showing at the past two Special Olympics World Games and the upcoming 2017 World Winter Games in Austria will be no exception. Represented by two Nordic skiers and a snowshoe racer in Pyeong Chang in 2013 and a track and field athlete in Los Angeles in 2015, this community will cheer on three members of Team Canada in Austria: snowshoe racer Jade Irvine, at just 16 years of age, and alpine skiers David Whyne, 25, and Michael Wimbs, 31. Local Nordic ski coach Hellaina Rothenburg, is also part of the team.

Cross-training is an important part of the Team Canada members’ year-long preparation schedule. For Irvine, working with local personal trainer, Mary Mitchell, provides a foundation for strength and conditioning and she complemented that over the summer with participation in Special Olympics track and field and soccer. Now over the winter months, she has recently added swimming to her schedule. When asked about what she most looks forward to about the World Games, Irvine says she is “most excited about meeting new people from different countries,” illustrating that the event will have as much impact outside of the sporting arena as within.

“These athletes have worked extremely hard for four years to get to this point,” explains Rothenburg. The competition cycle sees athletes compete regionally, provincially, and then nationally before they are selected for Special Olympics Canada’s National Team Program. “And it’s not just about their sport,” continues Rothenburg. “Being involved in a competition at this level is as much about the experience as a whole: the travel, the international friendships to be made, and proudly wearing the maple leaf are all part of the package.”

The Special Olympics World Winter Games take place in Austria from March 14 through 25 and will attract 3,000 athletes from 110 countries. Meanwhile, in communities across Simcoe County, there are opportunities for athletes with an intellectual disability to participate in various Special Olympics sport programs. With up to 18 sports on offer, athletes can train weekly in volunteer-led clubs.

At this point, athletes are following intense training schedules. Despite enjoying an extended warm fall season, they are very much looking forward to the coming winter weather. While they wait for snow, all three of Barrie’s snow-based sport clubs, Nordic and alpine skiing and snowshoeing, spend each Saturday morning in November and December doing “dryland” training along Barrie’s waterfront. This can see as many as forty athletes and a dozen coaches heading out along trails, making their way up hills, and working out in the parks in preparation for the sport season. This provides a great support base for the Worlds-bound athletes.

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Jade Irvine (right) works out with teammates and coaches during a recent training session, in preparation for the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games.



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GEORGIAN GRIZZLIES ENJOY FALL SUC The Georgian Grizzlies have had a banner fall season in Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) and Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) play. The Grizzlies men’s rugby team made history while putting the ultimate cap on an incredible season this fall by winning an Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) provincial championship. During their three-month season the Grizzlies team went a perfect 8-0 which included six regular season victories, a playoff semi-final win and the big 19-14 win in the gold medal game over the Fleming Knights in Peterborough in November. It was the Grizzlies first men’s rugby gold medal since the 1996-97 season.

Georgian’s Lucas Cunningham (Bradford) was named the OCAA men’s rugby player of the year, Edwin Sarfo (Bradford) won the leagues scoring championship and Jake Boulding (Barrie) was named OCAA rookie of the year. Head Coach John Daggett was named OCAA men’s rugby coach of the year which all added to the tremendous season by the team. On the golf course, Addison Wallwin (Barrie) won the PING CCAA Golf National Championship in the women’s competition to become the second Georgian golfer ever to win the event. Wallwin, along with teammates Emilie Tyndall and Sady Beelik also won gold in the team event of the National Championship. On the men’s side, Matt Lemay claimed a bronze medal for the second straight year. In total, Georgian College student-athletes compete in 13 varsity sports provincially and nationally while also competing against


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CCESS PROVINCIALLY AND NATIONALLY other Ontario colleges in men’s and women’s extramural hockey and indoor cricket.

Georgian College will also play host to the 2017 OCAA Badminton Championships presented by belairdirect in February.

Winter semester sports are in full gear with basketball, volleyball, badminton, and indoor soccer all continuing their seasons during the next few months.

For more information on all things the Georgian Athletic department offers including fitness memberships and the climbing wall which are both open to the public visit

Grizzlies basketball and volleyball games take place at the Georgian Athletic Centre on the Georgian College Barrie campus and are open to the public. It makes for some great family entertainment at a family friendly price which all supports local student-athletes.

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RIDE THE “8” IN DISTRICT 8 By Kevin Hagen, Manager, Mid Ontario Snowmobile Trails, Photo credit Kevin Hagen Looking for a different experience while riding your snowmobile this winter season? Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) District 8, which includes Barrie, Orillia, Midland, Penetanguishene, Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, and Creemore, has developed a self-guided tourism route which takes in the best features our area has to offer. The route is marked with our green Ride the ”8” in District 8 signs which are located at every intersection along the route. Since the route is self-guided, riders can start and end wherever they like. The route is also highlighted in yellow behind the respective trails on the printed District 8 Trail Guide. The Ride the “8” route was designed so that riders have access to all the services they may require such as restaurants, hotels, and gas stations. OFSC District 8 is within a short two hour drive north from the Greater Toronto Area. Our region is blessed with an abundance of lake effect snow so it is not uncommon to find the trail signs buried in snow in the Collingwood area of the Niagara Escarpment, which is included in our route. There are many full service hotels located in Orillia, Midland, and Wasaga Beach that offer direct trail access. Numerous budget priced properties are also available, as well as franchise restaurants such as Boston Pizza, Kelsey’s, and Montana’s. OFSC District 8 is home to manufacturer dealers


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for all four major snowmobile brands, in the event that you require parts or accessories. The terrain on this route is a medley of indulgence, offering lofty pine forests, wide open fields (stay on the trail, as farmers feed our cities!), abandoned rail lines, and hilly terrain that collects bountiful amounts of snow. The B111 trail, located just west of Glen Huron, is home to a breathtaking lookout on the top of the Niagara Escarpment, offering a snowy scene that reaches endlessly towards the horizon. The route gives riders the option of travelling the staked route across Lake Couchiching (Orillia) or bypassing this section of the route on the land based detour. The Ride the “8” route encompasses a total of 344 kilometers which can be done in one day by hard core riders. We recommend that riders take two or three days to travel the entire route in order to enjoy the winter beauty our area has to offer. Looking for more information on the Ride the “8” tourism route, contact Mid Ontario Snowmobile Trails at manager@ or (705) 534-0097. We look forward to providing riders to our region a great experience that can only be truly appreciated during the winter months on a snowmobile.


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You MUST Watch this simple drill for ideas on how to use nunchucks for mobility and health. If this is too intimidating, use a jump rope. watch?v=JdAhXwuF9fg Nunchucks are farmers tools used in ancient Japan. Farmers had to defend themselves using what they had. Recently, I began playing with my nunchucks again as I once did when I was a kid. Only now, I see it very differently. When I twirl my nunchucks around in a figure eight and to the outside of my body, I notice how incredible my joints and muscles feel (specifically the supportive muscles and tissues of the wrist, elbow and shoulders). My brain wheels begin to spin – hmmm... if I feel this good, perhaps others can benefit from using this “tool”. I never thought of nunchucks as an excellent mobility device. The reality is this; movement is great. Simply moving more can improve blood circulation and synovial fluid secretion to our joint but when you combine coordination, mental focus, a bit of speed and demand, and more control over a larger range of motion, we quite literally take a “good thing” and make it a “great thing”. Nunchuck drills deliver! Do not be afraid. ** Side Note: Wooden nunchucks are considered a weapon, however, I would never recommend a beginner use wooden chucks. Foam nunchucks are easy enough to acquire**

Nunchucks may be challenging to master but like anything else worth doing, with a little patience and consistency, greater mobility and joint/tissue health can be yours. Some other benefits can include: • Help reduce headaches, upper back & neck pain • Help reduce elbow tendinitis due to improved fascial elasticity • Improve general function and movement patterns • Increase joint mobility • Develop efficiency and stability of the shoulder girdle • Improve and amplify neural coordination • Improve mental focus (you don’t want to hit yourself ) Through our modern living, we unfortunately develop faulty posture. The way we sit, stand, and move and sometimes the lack of variety of movement patterns, contribute to our human movement dysfunction. Even more confusing, there are over use patterns or pattern overload to consider too (athletes pounding away at the same thing all the time) or the way we get into our car and drive to work every day. When using a tool like nunchucks for mobility and nutrient delivery, this increases the mechanoreceptor stimulation from sub optimal joint mechanics and results in reflexive muscular and tissue changes. Bottom line; good things will happen.

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Jack Lynch [2002 Hall of Fame Inductee] presents Arnold Ziegler with the John Crawley Local Life Time Achievement Award

Greg Johnston [2005 Hall of Fame Inductee] presents Shayne Corson/ Greg Johnston Trophy [Amateur Athlete of the Year] to Victoria Pickett

Coach Angus Roy presents Honoured Team Award to members of the 2014 and 2015 Barrie Baycats Intercounty Baseball League Champions Mike McCann [2004 Hall of Fame Inductee] presents the Jean McCann Unsung Hero Award to Mike Clark

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Ken Bannerman [2010 Hall of Fame Inductee] presents Joey Rampton with the Hall of Fame Memorial Trophy [Coach/Team of the Year]

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Lisa’s Journey By KC Reynolds Our road to being healthy has many twists and turns and Lisa’s has been no different. Lisa Stewart is 52 years old and a model for taking control of our health and quality of life.




In October 2015, Lisa was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. She admittedly says that she was in denial. She was tired all the time, had no energy, did not eat or sleep well, was working really long hours, and had no strength. Frequent naps for 20 minutes got her through the day but she wouldn’t feel refreshed afterwards. After her diagnosis, her general practitioner placed her on some medication that made her feel horrible and sick all the time. She stopped taking it and continued to be in denial. Our health affects our lifestyle in many ways and in Lisa’s case, her and her husband were discussing the sale of their two-storey home to a bungalow because she could barely get up the stairs. Besides having no energy, everything ached. A diabetic nurse taught Lisa about the three fist rule for eating and gave her some information about nutrition. Without knowing it, the nutrition advice had helped her cut out sugar and her A1C levels got down to 14 from 19 but a healthy range for her age should have been five to seven. She says that it was an education process that she had to go through. She was still in denial when her doctor recommended that she join a gym. Why join a gym when you can barely get through the day? An endocrinologist put her on 2 types of medication to help with her very high blood pressure and with the portion control she was feeling a bit better. Once again, her doctor asked why she hadn’t joined a gym and so that very night, she joined online and participated in a class the next day. That was in January of 2016. Lisa is a 5 foot, 9 inch woman with a larger frame and weighed three hundred and ten pounds when all of this started. Her clothing size was 3 or 4X at the time. She started coming to the gym twice per week to aquafit classes, using her Gazelle, a home cardio machine, and walking her dog twice per day. Her A1C levels started to come down, she started to shed pounds, but most importantly, she felt better. Everything had to happen gradually for her to realize that she needed to take control of her own health and quality of life. Lisa says that she didn’t want to be a burden on the health care system. She used to drink three to four cups of coffee per day and now she allows herself one tea and drinks water the rest of the day. She used to love all of the “whites”, meaning potatoes, rice, and bread but now those have been replaced with couscous, barley, quinoa, and hummus. She has learned to shop the perimeter of a grocery store, how to eat well when going to a restaurant, and she feels comfortable asking how things are made so that small, healthy adjustments came be made. Like most of us, Lisa’s story started when she was a child. She admits that she was a fat kid that didn’t participate in any activities because she was “too big, too fat, and too embarrassed.”


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She was bullied for her size and weight and when she was 15 years old, she lost 65 pounds and weighed 150 pounds. People didn’t recognize her but she didn’t feel good. That weight was too little for her height and large frame. Fast forward to today and Lisa is giving away her clothes for smaller sizes but more importantly, she feels really good and she’s happy with herself. Her endocrinologist wants to make her the poster child of what can be accomplished. She has consistently lost 1 to 2 pounds per week since she started exercising and changing her eating habits. She feels “sexier, better, alive”. Her blood pressure is perfect, she weighs herself only once per week, and she sees her doctor every 3 months which is the affirmation that she needs to keep going. She is influencing her husband to eat healthier, although he has a sweet tooth. She encouraged her 73 year old mother to try aquafit and now her mother has lost weight too, and that has spurred her mother to try and quit smoking as well. Lisa is averaging a 6 in her AC1 levels which is where she is supposed to be. Her goal “is to be a better me” and she hopes that she won’t have to take the medication in the future. She says that she has so much energy, she’s energetic all day long, is in bed by 9 pm, up at 5 pm, and her sleep apnea and gasping for air while sleeping are gone. Her teeth, hair, and skin are healthier than they’ve been in years. She still cheats once in a while but quickly brings herself back on track the next day. Lisa’s next goal is to try some weight training to firm up. “They may read my words but I hope they feel my attitude”. Lisa says that this has been a “proud journey” and we think so too.

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Use Your Benefits for Holiday Self Care By Michelle Dick, Registered Massage Therapist, Photo credit Michelle Dick

It’s that time of the year again when we start thinking about the holidays and everything that goes with them; the families, the functions, and the eating and drinking, not to mention all the stress. As we trudge our way through crowded malls, countless gatherings, turkey, shortbreads, and holiday beverages, thoughts of the New Year and resolutions often float in and out of our minds. For many, the New Year represents an opportunity for renewal; a clean slate, or an opportunity to get back into healthier habits. But why do so many of us wait until the clock strikes midnight? This isn’t a Cinderella story, so why not do some things now that will help you survive the holiday flurry? Many people have extended health benefits (EHB) as part of their employment package. It is common nowadays for companies to offer coverage for various types of health related services and these benefits typically expire and renew with the end of the year. For those of us who have not taken full advantage of our EHB package, it’s crunch time. At this time of year, our schedules are already jampacked, and it can be hard to squeeze in extra appointments but on the other side of that thought is the realization that it’s during these times of stress, that some of these services are that much more valuable. Between the stress of the season and the effects of the cold weather and shortened days, our bodies take an extra beating. The stiff neck, tight shoulders, the headaches, aching lower back, and the anxiety and exhaustion, name only a few complaints that come through my

door. Wouldn’t it be nice to take an hour to lay down on a table and have a massage therapist work on the kinks and knots that you’re feeling? And when it’s covered by your EHB, that’s even better. Your health benefits are a part of your paycheque, and if you don’t use them, you lose them. Think of it like not getting fully paid for all of your hard work. You may or may not be able to use all of your coverage before the year is up, but by booking an appointment with a Massage Therapist now, you will better endure the stress of the holiday season and you can get a jumpstart on starting a new, positive, habit for the New Year. Your RMT will work with you to figure out a schedule that meets your needs, fits your budget, and set you up with on-going, regular appointments to keep you feeling good throughout the entire year. Massage therapy can benefit almost anyone. It is an especially valuable tool in sports and fitness and is recommended by many professionals as an integral part of your training schedule. Massage therapy can help with the healing, management and prevention of a multitude of conditions, including, but not limited to tight and sore muscles, muscle strains and sprains, tendonitis, restricted range of motion, sports related injury, muscle cramping and spasms, trigger points, headaches, migraines, low back pain, circulation problems, fascial adhesions, and the list goes on. There is no better time than the present to start incorporating Massage Therapy into your schedule, especially if you have EHB to use up quickly.

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Innisfil Rotary Trail –

Phase One Open By KC Reynolds, Photo Credit, KC Reynolds On Saturday, November 26, 2016, phase one of the Innisfil Rotary Trail opened to the public. Total Sports was there to get a first-hand look at the results and we were very impressed.

into the woods, made up of a variety of trees and foliage. We learned that two butternut trees were found in the area, which are currently endangered.

Various dignitaries from the Town of Innisfil, the Innisfil Rotary Club, the Innisfil Mayor and some Councillors, media, and spectators gathered for the ribbon cutting and a chance to be one of the first to experience the trail. Meridian Bank surprised the attendees with a donation cheque of one thousand dollars, much needed money for an expensive but worthy endeavour. For the opening only, one could walk the trail or, with a special permit just for the day, jump aboard the Rotary Train for a quick ride on the paved section, as no motorized vehicles are allowed.

The plans for the trail are certainly impressive. When everything is finished, it will include a bmx pump track and viewing area near the rec centre, an amphitheatre, benches, trails, fitness stops, and information about the history of the area used for the trail including the indigenous people who first inhabited the area, as well as the pioneers and archived land owners. As a four season trail, people can enjoy being outdoors year round. Children in the area will be fortunate enough to use the trail as an outdoor classroom.

Saturday’s walk on the trail started beside the Innisfil Town Hall, wound through the woods to the south and came out near the east side of the Innisfil Recreation Centre/YMCA with a paved pathway to the parking lot to the north. The day closed with hot chocolate and cake inside of the Innisfil Recreation Centre/YMCA and coincided with their eight year anniversary, a fitting end to a great day. Phase One is a paved section only, however, other sections will be a mix of pavement, wood chips, and boardwalk. This phase is mostly an open area beside the Innisfil Recreation Centre and a short jaunt

The sixty kilometer trail will run from Innisfil Beach Road south to the Seventh Line with various secondary trails spinning off from them. The trail has financially been made possible by the Innisfil Rotary Club, the district Rotary Club, the Town of Innisfil through an Inspiring Innisfil grant, a large Ontario Trillium Foundation grant, and business and personal sponsors.

For further information about the trail, contact Barb Baguley, Rotary Club of Innisfil President & Trail Chair at

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Ball Hockey New Tecumseth Ball Hockey League Box 872 Beeton L0G 1A0 416 559 7310

Baseball Barrie Baycats Baseball Club 2100 Nursery Rd, Midhurst (Stadium) P.O. Box 412, Barrie L4M 4T5 705-828-1664

Basketball-Girls Drive North Basketball Academy 7-49 Ferndale Drive South Barrie L4N 5W9 705-238-9278

Boxing Muay Thai/Thai Boxing Legacy Fight Club 351 King St, Barrie 647 567 1313

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Dental Care White Cedar Dental Care 610 huronia Rd unit 7  Barrie L4G 0H4 705-737-1151

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Gymnastics Barrie Kempettes Gymnastics Club 145 Welham Road, Unit # 6 Barrie 705-726-0370

Hockey Alliston Hornets New Tecumseth Recreation Centre 7300 Industrial Parkway Alliston L9R 1V4 Barrie Colts Barrie Molson Centre (BMC) 555 Bayview Drive Barrie L4N 0L1 705-722-6587 Lefroy Minor Hockey Stroud-Innisfil Community Centre Arena 7883 Yonge Street Innisfil L9S 1K8

Martial Arts Taichi/Kungfu Heluo Wushu Academy 39 Sydenham Wells Barrie  705-331-7512

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Sports Apparel & Accessories – Branded The Fan Cave Bayfield Mall 320 Bayfield Street, Unit 7 Barrie L4M 3C7 705-503-2900 The Fan Cave 35 Mapleview Drive West Barrie South (beside The Source) 705-241-7348

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The Man Behind the Lens:

Terry Wilson, OHL Photographer By KC Reynolds There are so many interesting and accomplished people in Simcoe County and we, at Total Sports, feel honoured to meet with some of the best. Terry Wilson is one of those people. We caught up with Terry to talk about his interesting career as an Ontario Hockey League photographer and his ownership of The IceBox Cards and Collectibles, and in doing so, found out so much more about him. Terry grew up in Barrie attending both Barrie North and Eastview Collegiate high schools. Today he is the owner of The IceBox Cards and Collectibles and a photographer with the OHL. The store is in the Kozlov Centre in Barrie and has just moved to a bright, newly renovated, larger store. The store carries sports cards and memorabilia and they offer a custom framing service for sports enthusiasts. Terry credits Wayne Frazer, who does all the buying, and Tim Dupont, who handles the eBay side of their business, for its success. Terry says he believes Wayne to be the best or one of the best in the world of collectibles. The IceBox currently has more than 26,000 listings on eBay and ships all over the world. Besides The IceBox, Terry is one of two official photographers for the OHL. He, along with Aaron Bell, takes photos at all OHL events and Canadian Hockey League (CHL) major events such as the Memorial Cup, the Top Prospects Game and the Canada/Russia series. How does a local guy become the OHL photographer? In 1983, Terry was given his brothers’ camera after his passing. When Terry was 18 years old, he started taking pictures of anything and everything. He liked music and asked Steven Michael of Steven Michael Enterprises, the owner of the Roxy Theatre, if he could take pictures of Platinum Blonde. He took pictures and, in the same evening, rushed out to Black’s Cameras to get his pictures printed. The band liked the prints so much they bought all of them. This was the start of Terry’s photography career as a concert photographer. Terry attended Georgian College in 1985 for Graphic Design and as an elective he took photography. He says a lot of his learning has come with practice, trial and error and having an eye for the subject matter, and trying to think outside of the box. While attending Georgian, he photographed bands at

The Last Class on-campus pub. Terry was Glass Tiger’s photographer in the mid 1980’s, the Molson Park photographer for their concerts, and from 2009-2016, he was shooting for KISS on their Canadian tours. Terry’s work can be found on the 40th Anniversary back cover, in tour books, on their website and any official media associated with KISS. To date, Terry has photographed more than 3,000 concerts and toured with bands for 30 years. In 1995, Terry was the on-ice announcer for the Barrie Colts when Jamie Massie owned the team. Terry moved his way up in the organization and became the Vice President of Marketing for the Colts for eight years. Doing marketing for the Colts, Terry used to take pictures for the team and his relationship with the OHL and the CHL evolved from doing that. Just over a year ago, Terry hit the lowest point in his life. Through a series of life altering events, Terry had lost hope and the faith he knew growing up had slipped away from him. Terry reminisces “On September 14, 2015, I was in pretty bad shape I got into my truck and headed over to a church that I used to go to in Midhurst, Willow Creek Baptist Church. I had no idea who was there. I just knew I needed help. It turns out that the Pastor was in and he agreed to see me. His name was Jay Sandiford and he truly saved my life that day, I left the church with a sense of hope and peace that I hadn’t had in quite a long time. Since then my life has done a 180 degree turn and I credit it all to my faith.” Terry believes that we get what we give and he lives by that motto every day!! Terry was led to Hockey Ministries International (HMI) and Darren Johnson, the Colts Chaplain. Every Tuesday for 15 to 20 minutes, players who voluntarily choose to participate in the chapels, are now challenged on how faith impacts hockey and their lives outside of the arena. Currently 18 of the 20 OHL teams have a chapel program in place for the players. Terry also volunteers to take photographs for Life 100.3 events, Patrick Brown’s hockey event Hockey Night in Simcoe County and the Canadian Mental Health Association to name just a few.

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Simcoe County Total Sports Winter 2016 Edition. Covering local sports in our community.