Let’s face it, working out is not always easy to jumpstart after a long winter. Need some encouragement? No one brave enough to be your workout buddy? Exercise time combined with activities like catching up on news, blasting through a new bestselling book or just soaking in some musical motivation can really empower you to spring clean your mind and body.
Once you start seeing results, you may even want to track your physical progress and challenge yourself with some fitness goals! Perhaps you may inspire some people you love to get competitive?
There’s no chance the thinnest iPod ever will weigh you down while you stroll through High Park or jog alongside the Don Valley River. You can de-stress and walk home from work instead of cramming yourself on the busy streetcar as the weather begins to glow. Not into music? Here are a few amazing ways to relax, boost your mood, and even learn from this tiny little gadget. I’ve included a few of my favourites if you need some ideas to get you started!
CBC Spark (Technology)
This American Life (Theme based real-life accounts)
CBC Q w/Jian Ghomeshi (Current events, Pop culture, music)
CBC The Current - Highlights (Segmented news topics)
Count your steps or kilometres with the built-in pedometer. Workout smart, not hard - connect a heart rate monitor (I discovered I was pushing myself unnecessarily hard. I enjoy my workouts more - especially now that I've found my optimal fat burning heart rate!)
Create a motivational playlist that will lift you up on the days you just aren’t feelin’ it. Don’t have time to make a playlist? Sync up to 16 GB of music and start with just one upbeat track that you love and the Genius feature will keep you moving with similar feeling songs!
iTunes and “U”?
You can go back to university while hiking or strolling though the park. iTunes “U” has lectures from many well- respected universities that will help you sweep out the cobwebs and get you engaged physically and mentally.
This is some really fun, really enriching multitasking that I think is the perfect choice to shrug off the winter and and spring forward.
As select Apple Authorized Service Providers our three neighbourhood stores in Toronto service and repair iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s and iPhone 4 in-and-out of AppleCare Warranty.
Tips Before You Bring Your iPhone In for Service and Repair:
- Backup your photos, videos, contacts, calendars, notes, reminders and App content to your computer
- Know your Apple ID and Password
- Turn off Find My iPhone
What To Expect:
No appointment needed. Most iPhone repairs and services can be completed in a day after the initial 5 minute getting to know you and your iPhone in-take process. 1 Hour Rush Service available too at BloorWest.
iPhone Services Include:
iPhone under AppleCare+
iPhone Accident under AppleCare+ $79.00 (up to two allowable accidents in two years)
iPhone Backup Service $30.00
iPhone Battery Test - Complimentary
iPhone Can't Remember My Passcode - Let Me Back In Service $30.00 (Apple ID required)
iPhone Data Recovery Service $75.00 Deposit - Sent Offsite for Evaluation
iPhone Diagnostic Test - Complimentary
iPhone OS Software Update $30.00
iPhone Part Replacement (where applicable) $30.00 Service Fee + Part
iPhone Restore Service $30.00
iPhone 15 Minute One on One $10.00
Monday to Saturday 10:00am to 6:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Please call ahead to confirm our iOS Technician is in.
We're in the neighbourhood, and we'd love to help.