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Mar 04, 2012 | Vonnie Crawford | 2467 views
Eat to Compete Challenge
The Ontario Minor Hockey Association [OMHA] teamed up today with a famous NHL alumni and launched the Gary Roberts Eat To Compete Challenge, a contest to help OMHA players to develop better nutrition habits for a healthier approach to hockey and life.

OMHA players on participating teams will follow and track their healthy eating over a 10 week period starting on March 1st, earning points for their good eating and discipline. Players that earn a minimum of 500 points will have their names entered into a draw and there are three prizes: the grand prize winner will receive a prize for their entire team, including a day of education and training with the former NHLer at the Gary Roberts High Performance Centre at the Fitness Institute in North York, Ontario, and a nutrition seminar led by Roberts and Nature’s Emporium. Their day at the centre will also be the subject of a feature in Hometown Hockey Magazine, and they’ll walk away from the event wearing free OMHA gear.

 Contest Details at www.hometownhockey.com/garyroberts

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