One of the most refreshing things about being a practising Exercise Physiologist is the variety that comes with the specific needs of each individual each and every day. Not only are medical histories different, motivation, fatigue, barriers and exercise history all vary greatly. This can also pose challenges through which providing a solution becomes a collective victory for the practitioner and patient alike! Given the volumes of research demonstrating the effectiveness of exercise with respect to just about any chronic disease or musculoskeletal injury, the public look to us as practitioners who can provide direction, clarity and science-based solutions to their unique health needs. Not only then is it imperative that we meet those needs, but we provide innovative and palatable ways in which those solutions can be delivered. Over the past several months I have been developing a specialty exercise program for a group within the population that would benefit as much if not more than others from exercise, but who’s needs are so unique that exercise options until now have been too limited. In the coming weeks, we at Vision will launch the program and provide more information on the particulars of the program. The program, aptly named ANTIFREEZE, will look to not only create exercise opportunities for participants of this group but will look to deliver the exercise in a way that also meets the specific mental, emotional and social needs of the participants as well. We at Vision are always excited to launch innovative, people-centric programs on our journey to forging a global health revolution.