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Hi, I’m Hayley!

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Hi Everyone!
We’ve had quiet a few new followers over the last couple months, so this week, I want to go back to the basics and share some information and fun facts about IgniteGym!

Today, I’ll start by introducing myself and my vision behind the program!

I’m Hayley Campbell, Owner of IgniteGym. We are located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. My path with Ignite began in 2013. I had just had my first daughter, still on Maternity Leave and the previous owner asked if I’d be able to coach one group, one night a week. I had followed the program and knew I wanted to get involved. So I said, “Yes, if course!”. The day my maternity leave ended; I already had a full schedule and was excited to continue the journey. I quickly moved into the role of Head Coach and In 2016, was promoted to General Manager. In spring 2018, my boss brought me to a business ownership conference in Chicago. After the weekend of soaking up advise and guidance from successful business owners, he sent me a message telling me it was time to buy him out. Could I possibly be up for that challenge!?

July 2018, I purchased IgniteGym. I was so thrilled to be able to grow and build upon IgniteGym and expand the vision! We service children of ALL needs! Parents that come in for consultations will often question whether their child is okay to participate in a “gym” and I ALWAYS say YES! No matter what your child’s abilities are, we can always find some activities that will get their bodies moving! When we say we work with kids of all abilities, we TRULY mean it.

This year, IgniteGym has also created an affiliate program and other gyms and Private Schools around North America are implementing IgniteGym into their own gyms! With this, I am over the moon. With one gym in Sault Ste Marie, we can only help so many children, but with multiple gyms sharing the same vision, we can help LOTS!
Tomorrow, I will answer a frequently asked question:
What exactly is IgniteGym?
Have a great day,


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Set up an obstacle course that includes:

At the beginning of the obstacle course have a list of 5-15 words depending on the age group. Have a white board or piece of paper at the end of the course. They take 30s memorizing the words, run through the obstacle course and write down or recite as many words as they can recall.


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Run 100m
6 dumbbell shoulder press

Rest 3:00 Think about what is going RIGHT in your life. Write them down.

6 burpees
12 good mornings

3:00 What do you want to change in your life. Write them down.


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As many rounds as possible of:

10 Skaters
10 leg lifts over an objects
10 knees to elbows (scale to candlesticks)

Then Odd or Even Tic Tac Toe

This game is played with the same objective as Tic Tac Toe.
One player is Even. So they get 0,2,4,6,8
One player is Odd. So they get 1,3,5,7,9

Players alternate turns placing numbers in the squares to get a sum of 13. You may get a sum of 13 horizontally, vertically or diagonally and you may use the same number more than once.


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Choose a familiar aerobic activity that is mindless for you. Run, walk, bike, hike. Anything you can do to keep your body busy and your brain clear. While your moving, think about your week. Focus on your spots. How did you week go great for you?


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12:00 AMRAP

3 strict pull-ups (scale to ring rows)
6 toes-to-bar or hanging leg lifts
12 burpees
200-meter run
3 alternative uses

Use one object each round. Give 3 alternative uses for that object. Think outside the box and get creative.

Paper clip
Pool noodle
Hockey puck
Ping pong ball
A coconut
Tooth brush
Shoe lace


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AMRAP 8:00
16 walking lunges
50m sprint
50m back pedal

In the picture attached below, travel from start to finish along the lines to get the largest total at the bottom. Complete the operation given on each line. Keep a running total. Do not travel over a line more than once. Try a couple different paths to see what total you can get. This is a great group activity. Challenge the participants to find the largest total.


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15 to 30 minutes or yoga.

Cosmic Kids Yoga is a fantastic resource for children. YouTube has a huge selection.

Apple App called Down Dog Yoga is also great for choosing the duration, intensity and type of yoga.

Doyogawithme.com is simple to navigate as well.

Be mindful on this Friday! Have a great weekend.