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Tools and Resources

My Locker

My Locker

The My Locker section is a "snapshot" of your canfitpro Interactive account. It features the user's complete profile, highlights all of the various functionalities and provides users with a look into what they currently have active and/or scheduled on the platform and what needs to be completed.

Calendar

Calendar

The Calendar allows users to schedule events and notify the participants via email, SMS, Facebook, Twitter and online. Once an event has been scheduled, it can easily be synced up with the users laptop and/or handheld device's calendar functionality.

Messaging Centre

Messaging Centre

The Messaging Centre allows users to communicate with other members of their team or organization via email, SMS, Facebook, Twitter and online.

Video Uploads

Video Uploads

The Video Upload section allows users to upload or post video clips, share them with other users via email, SMS, Facebook, Twitter and online and log them in their own personal video library.

Fitness Training

Fitness Training

The Fitness Training section allows users to automatically generate customized strength training programs using the "Strength Program Wizard", build personalised strength training programs, view, schedule, assign and log strength training programs, search and view the exercise video library, upload personal exercise videos, view our frequently asked strength training question videos and submit a question to our strength training experts.

Exercise Classes

Exercise Classes

The Exercise Class section allows users to search, view and perform the various specialized circuit training programs and exercise classes. Choose from a variety of disciplines, from level 1 - 5, including boot camp, tubing, core, plyometrics, power, yoga and Pilate's. These circuits and classes can be performed once or numerous times simultaneously to attain the desired workout duration.

Fitness Assessments

Fitness Assessments

The Fitness Assessments section allows users to develop custom fitness assessments, view fitness test videos and analysis, log results, organize fitness challenges and generate custom reports.

Meal Plans

Meal Plans

The Meal Plan section allows users to automatically generate and assign customized meal plans based on the user profile information, activity level and duration of the plan. Users can "swap out" foods to further customize their plan, as well as generate grocery lists and recipes and view their daily food group breakdowns.

Super Foods

Super Foods

The Super Foods section allows users to research the top 50 Super Foods that can help maintain top performance during training and/or competition. These foods consistently top the Nutrition charts as they are potent disease fighters that help keep people healthy, reducing the risk of injury, illness and disease.

Restaurant Guide

Restaurant Guide

The Restaurant Guide section provides users with the ability to sort through and research the healthy restaurant eating options that are available on the market today. Users can sort by Meal, Restaurant and Performance Goal, with each item being accompanied by an image and full nutritional breakdown of the Serving Size, Calories, Fat, Saturated Fat, Trans Fat, Cholesterol, Sodium, Carbohydrates, Fibre, Sugar and Protein.

Journals

Journals

The Journals section allows users to log information relating to their overall health and well being. A flagging system notifies users when they are above or below optimal levels. Custom reports and analysis can be generated based on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.

Fit Bodies

Fit Bodies

These anatomically correct 3D animations provide users insight into the body and how it functions. Each animation is accompanied by a thorough explanation of the specific area of the body.

Injury Animations & Prevention

Injury Animations & Prevention

These anatomically correct 3D animations highlight and explain the most common activity-related injuries. Each animation is accompanied by an Injury prevention and stabilization routine to help the users avoid and prevent these very common sport injuries.

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