Partners and Health Links
Positive Shift is a Personal Training Studio in North Burnaby, BC. Our 2nd floor studio is semi-private and perfect for people who don’t want the big gym experience. We offer active rehabilitation programs as well as fitness training. Our team of personal trainers and kinesiologists work to help people reach their rehab or training goals while making the gym experience a positive one.
The best way to train. One on one expert instruction.
Small Group Training
Train with a friend or join one of our small group training classes. Find the type of class that is right for you.
Workplace Wellness Programs
Workplace wellness is important because healthy workers are more productive and happier people. We offer custom programs to help offices become centres for wellness, productivity and health.
ICBC Active Rehabilitation
Exercise rehabilitation for people who are involved in motor vehicle accidents.
The Vancouver Ultimate League
If you’re looking to play ultimate in Vancouver, the Vancouver Ultimate League (VUL) is the place you’re looking for. With nearly 4500 active members, the VUL is one of the largest ultimate leagues in the world. Summer League attracts the largest number of players, but Fall and Winter Leagues are also very popular with over 75 teams in each season. In addition to its league offerings, the VUL organizes clinics, camps, social events, and tournaments with the goal of developing the sport of ultimate while cultivating local community.
Ultimate is a fast-paced, non-contact field sport, suitable for players of all ages. At the highest levels, many teams play in men’s or women’s divisions. At the recreational level it’s usually played in a co-ed format with men and women on the same team. The sport is played in more than 75 countries, with the largest number of players residing in North America. There’s over 30,000 recreational players in Canada alone!
All you need to play is a disc (frisbee), some cones, and a playing field. Games are typically played with 7 players a side, but there are many variations. The most unique aspect of recreational ultimate is that it's self-officiated - players make all calls themselves and are governed by a form of sportsmanship called ‘spirit of the game’.
How to start playing
The VUL wants even more people to discover and enjoy the sport of ultimate. The game is fun and simple, but it takes some time to learn the rules and basic throws. There are several ways to get started, depending on the time of year. See the ‘Getting Started’ page on the VUL website for full info.
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