Is it Expensive to be Physically Active?

Here are some inexpensive ways to get active: Carry your groceries Use the stairs rather than the elevator Walk to your destination Play with your children, friends, and other family members Run, walk, or jog in pedestrian friendly areas such as parks and trails

 In motion Community Challenge




Who? Everyone can join, either as an individual or with a group.

What? A 31 day physical activity challenge.

Where? Anywhere in the city of London and Middlesex County.

Why? It’s an easy, fun and social way to get active and feel energize with friends and family while being a part of a great community initiative! Let's build Canada’s healthiest community together!

When? The whole month of October!

How? Download the tracking form or use the app to track your physical activity minutes. If you are using a tracking form, click here to find out where to pick-up a tracking form, and where to drop off your form at the end of the October. Get your form in before November 7th! 

YOU can participate as:

An individual: Easily keep track of your own physical activity using a tracking sheet, the in motion Challenge app or our website

A school or classroom:Teachers, look for your classroom envelope in your mailbox in the coming weeks! If over 60% of your students participate, your classroom will be entered to win a class trip! Download the tracking sheets for your classroom here. You can also download the 31 Ways to Play Calendar for some examples of fun activities students can do after school. 

A community group or business: Sign up for the app as an individual, and create a team for your community group or business! Have others join your group's team, and start tracking your minutes individually using the app. All your team's minutes will be added together on the team page so you can keep track of your team's process.

How can you keep track of your minutes?

Tracking sheet

The website

Mobile App (for iPhones only)

For some resources you can use to start the Challenge in your area, click here! 





ACT-i-Pass Winter 2014/2015 UPDATE




The Grade 5 Act-i-Pass program is in full swing!


To check out the Winter 2014/2015 schedule, CLICK HERE!


If you have any questions, or if you would like to register for the program, please contact





in motion™ Marched Past 2 Million Minutes

London’s 1st annual in motion™ Community Challenge was a huge success! With over 1600 people actively participating, we were able to track over 2 million minutes of physical activity—doubling our initial goal of 1 million minutes, and most importantly drastically increasing awareness surrounding the benefits of physical activity in the London community...


September has been a busy month for Middlesex-London in motion™. From the in motion Community Challenge media launch to attending multiple events across the City, in motion™ is truly on the move...

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City of London Bike & Walk Map

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Have kids today replaced playing outside with active video games?

Active Healthy Kids Canada’s (AHKC) has released a Position on Active Video Games and does not recommend active video games as a strategy to help kids to be more physically active.