ON THE LEDGE
— Army cadet and fitness buff Tyler Schumann makes it look too easy as he participates in a challenging physical training session at Argonaut Army Cadet Summer Training Centre in Gagetown, N.B. Tyler, 14, who is with the 2558 Army Cadet corps in Placentia, N. L., is attending camp for the third summer in a row and is taking a sixweek Fitness and Sports Instructor course. “I took the three-week Basic Fitness and Sports last summer and I loved it, so this was a natural course for me to apply for, and I’m just loving it!” says Tyler. The six-week course not only helps the cadets improve their own personal fitness level and teaches healthy eating; it also introduces them to new and interesting ways to foster physical fitness in their peers. Once completed, the cadets will be ready to go back to their home cadet corps and mentor junior cadets in the cadet fitness program.