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Sat Dec 26, 2020

Open Gym today to grind out a long steady workout...


1,000 Box Step-Ups (20/16")

Wearing a Ruck Pack (45/35 lb)

>>60 min time cap<<


Scaled Option

60 min AMRAP

50 Step ups

25 Cal Row or Bike

"Chad" is named in honor of Navy SEAL Chad Wilkinson who took his life on October 29, 2018 due to the effects of numerous deployments, several TBIs, blast wave injuries, and PTSD. He left behind his wife Sarah (an affiliate owner and flowmaster on the CF Seminar Staff) and daughter Kinsley. You can read more about his story here.

The holidays can be an especially challenging time for those with mental health issues. Add the stress, anxiety, and isolation caused by COVID and things can get very dark. 3 years ago our family was deeply rocked by the fatal consequences of mental health and we would never want anyone else to go through the same thing. If you are suffering and need help, please make use of the local resources listed below or reach out to us any time ❤

- David and Jocelyn

  • HealthLine 811 - Mental health and addictions service continues to be available, providing 24/7 crisis support, advice to help manage a caller's situation, information and connection to community resources.

  • - Free online therapy for adults in Saskatchewan experiencing mental health difficulties or stress, with a focus on depression and anxiety. Accessible any day, any time, from any computer.

  • Wellness Together Canada - Connects people to peer support workers, social workers, psychologists and other professionals for confidential chat sessions or phone calls, and also offers credible information and help to address mental health and substance use issues.

  • Mobile Crisis - Centres are located across Saskatchewan and operate 24/7.

  • Kids Help Phone - Offers professional counselling, information and referrals. You can phone, text or chat online. It's confidential, free and available 24/7.

Family Service Saskatchewan, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, supports free mental health walk-in clinics. These clinics offer free one-time counselling sessions which are now available by phone.

Walk-in mental health counselling services are available in:

  • Saskatoon - CFS Saskatoon

  • Saskatoon - Family Service Saskatoon

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan Division has set up phone lines to support those who may be struggling in these changing times:

  • Provincial Line: 306-421-1871

  • Provincial Youth Line: 306-730-5900

  • Saskatoon: 306-270-3648


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