Clocking in a good workout is about to get a lot more fun in Toronto.

In a few short weeks, the city will become home to Canada’s only obstacle course designed for adults. It’s a space where you can run free, regardless of fitness level, the way you would in a McDonald’s Playplace.

If that doesn’t make you feel better about fall, we don’t know what will.

Taking over a 10,000-square foot space at Queen and Dufferin, Pursuit OCR will offer 19 obstacles and group classes lead by coaches with backgrounds in martial arts, aerial performance arts, and even Cirque du Soleil. Oh, and if you’re someone who gets hot easily, you’ll also be able to step inside a -120 C chamber for a round of cryotherapy.

Pursuit is founded by RedGate Bodyworks’ Wil Mclean and the owner of Bolt Fresh Bar, Eddie Chan.

A day pass will cost $20, and a 10-class pass will cost $150.

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