It was 1988; the winter Olympics was held in Calgary, Michael Douglas had won the academy award for best actor, U2 won the "Album of the Year" Grammy. Larry Bialogrecki a 39 year old York U Kinesiology graduate, with a passion for gymnastics opened the doors of Steeles West Gymnastics in North Toronto. It quickly became the "go to" epicentre for recreational gymnastics.
In 2005, Ruthy Dunec (Frank) a former student & coach of Larry's at Steeles West Gymnastics started the Fit For Life Group. She had a laser focus on the underserved parent & tot and under 6 year old demographic. She aimed to incorporate fun and fresh concepts into a dynamic recreational program with an emphasis on core competency foundations.