The ABC Fitness Group - Healthiest Winner, a choice based lifestyle management program
Welcoming all genders, shapes, sizes, and abilities!
Healthiest Winner is an inclusive and specialized lifestyle management program that encourages and supports your pursuit of a healthier lifestyle by:
- Increasing your physical activity
- Improving your nutrition
- Meeting other people with similar goals
Get support in our supportive, nonjudgmental, community environment with our skilled, informed team and resources.
Healthiest Winner is a partnership between the Vancouver Park Board and Vancouver Coastal Health.
With Healthiest Winner flexi-pass you get:
- Scaleable group workouts led by accredited fitness professionals who make your exercise experience positive. Classes are held throughout the week at both Trout Lake and Hillcrest Fitness Centres
- A variety of options to choose from; Land, Water or Wheels. Once you register for the program, select any or all of the physical activity options you want to attend – it all happens at your own pace
- Educational workshops taught by health professionals on topics including: goal setting, healthy eating, and stress management
- Support from the Healthiest Winner coordinator and team
- Access to all of the Park Board’s 15 fitness centres, 9 pools, and 8 ice rinks
Healthiest Winner workouts aren't meant to be grueling or punishing. They're structured to give you a framework that lets you interpret intensity. You'll notice many variations of similar exercises within the group, so choose what works for you and ask lots of questions.
All workouts include a warm up, followed by intervals of work and recovery, with a training focus on cardio, muscle strength, endurance, or flexibility. You're always free to opt out of an exercise if you're unsure or uncomfortable.
Group fitness training
Our group fitness training is designed specifically to gradually increase your activity and improve your health. They're led by qualified, experienced fitness professionals that specialize in making your exercise experience positive. Our workouts aren't meant to be grueling or punishing; they're structured to give you a framework letting you interpret intensity. You'll notice many variations of similar exercises within the group, so ask lots of questions and choose what works for you.
All group fitness training includes a warm up, followed by intervals of work and recovery, with a training focus on cardio, muscle strength, endurance, or flexibility. You're always free to opt out of an exercise if you feel unsure or uncomfortable.
Our workshops cover topics like healthy eating, goal setting, stress management, and more. Our guest speakers are health and fitness professionals committed to providing current, evidence-based information. You may select any or all of the workshop options.
Our trainers are passionately committed to making organized exercise accessible to all. Providing fun, effective, and inclusive classes and programs, we aim to encourage and support individual success in an inclusive community setting.
As registered personal trainers and group fitness leaders, we share a special interest in community health and wellness. Together, we bring a myriad of experience, skills, and knowledge along with specialty modules to enhance your exercise experience.
- Attend an optional information evening to ask questions, learn about the program, and meet other new and returning Healthiest Winners, or contact email@example.com for more information.
- Register at:
- Hillcrest Centre, 4575 Clancy Loranger Way
- Trout Lake Community Centre, 3360 Victoria Drive
- Kensington Community Centre, 5175 Dumfries St
- Fill out a physical activity readiness questionnaire (PAR-Q+) (168 KB).
- If indicated by the fitness centre, please also fill in a medical examination form (PARmed-X) (250 KB).
All Healthiest Winner group fitness and workshops are available with a valid Healthiest Winner Flexipass and registration on the Healthiest Winner attendance roster.
The Healthiest Winner Flexipass is the same price as Flexipass.
Limited resources? Learn about the Leisure Access Program for subsidized recreation.
- The amount and types of physical activity that offer substantial health benefits
- The recommended amount of time you should reduce your involvement in sedentary pursuits to reduce health risks