Hamilton/Niagara

Highway to Health

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Highway to Health

Year: 2019
Producer: Colin Scheyen
Genre: Sports
Host: Ben Sit

Dietitian and trainer Ben Sit participates in unique programs that address both physical and mental health.

*Available January 1*

Episodes

Episode 1

Ben tries to keep up with Shelly Gautheir, Canada's most decorated para cyclist. 

Episode 2

Ben explores a therapeutic riding facility providing people with life changing experiences.

Episode 3

Ben explores women's rights in sports through running. 

Episode 4

Ben discovers how people are overcoming low points in their lives through rock climbing. 

Episode 5

Ben learns about a unique exercise program for new moms. 

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