In Person Programs

Senior Fit

We want to challenge the stereotype of aging. Getting older does not mean being sick, frail, or dependent on others. This program can improve strength, endurance, balance, and quality of life, while increasing confidence, enhancing self-esteem, and building friendships with others.

SeniorFit is designed for adults 55 years of age and older. Each member will receive an individualized exercise plan that may include:

  1. Cardiovascular exercise using treadmills, stationary bicycles, rowing machines, or elliptical trainers;
  2. Strength training using weight machines, free weights, resistance bands, and body weight;
  3. Balance training to challenge your stability and coordination using our novel balance obstacle course;
  4. Flexibility training and stretches for the whole body.

We recognize the diverse experiences, health conditions, fitness levels, and comfort levels within a gym setting among the older adult population. Your exercise plan can be adapted to meet your specific needs for health or medical conditions, personal goals, and preferences. Our team can optimize your exercise program to help you meet your goals and make the most of your experience at the Bfit Centre.

Before joining the SeniorFit program, each member is required to provide a doctor’s letter. If you would like to print or download the SeniorFit doctor’s letter, it can be found here: Seniors Fit Doctors Letter

To better support your individual needs and goals, please fill out the member intake form found here: Member Intake Form

Bfit Trainers working with client on weight machine

Heart Strong

Heart Strong caters to individuals living with cardiovascular disease and may include heart failure, myocardial infarction (heart attack), coronary artery bypass surgery, angioplasty, angina, and heart/heart-lung transplant. Individuals with cardiovascular disease risk factors are also welcome and may include hypertension (high blood pressure), insulin resistance/diabetes, overweight/obesity, and/or high cholesterol. Each member is provided with an individually tailored exercise plan to perform at our facility. Exercise sessions include a variety of activities such as walking, cycling, arm exercises, stretching, and resistance training. In addition, the program offers information sessions designed to educate participants about cardiovascular disease risk factors, as well as how to manage their overall cardiovascular risk profile.

Before joining the Heart Strong program, each member is required to provide a doctor’s letter. If you would like to print or download the Heart Strong doctor’s letter, it can be found here: Heart Strong Doctors Letter
To better support your individual needs and goals, please fill out the member intake form found here: Member Intake Form

Bfit trainers supervising client on a bike

Power Cord

Power Cord is a wheelchair-accessible exercise program that supports individuals with spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and amputees. All members will receive a personalized exercise program that aligns with their current health and functional goals while aiming to improve function and reduce the risk of diseases associated with inactivity. At Power Cord, we have a wide variety of specialized and accessible exercise equipment to help meet your goals. These include accessible resistance and aerobic equipment, functional electrical stimulation, a body-weight support treadmill, and circuit training equipment. We value your personal needs, and we celebrate your social gains as much as your physical gains while you integrate back into an exercise setting.

Before joining the Power Cord program, each member is required to provide a doctor’s letter. If you would like to print or download the Power Cord doctor’s letter, it can be found here: Power Cord Doctors Letter
To better support your individual needs and goals, please fill out the member intake form found here: Member Intake Form for Power Cord

Fitness instructor working with client