Our team at Don’t Change Much can’t stop talking about Grey Cup 2017. It was a heck of a game, no doubt, but for us the build-up to the main event was just as thrilling.
Shea Emry’s Instagram takeover
As Cup festivities got underway, Canadian Men’s Health Foundation champion Shea Emry took the controls of our Instagram account @DontChangeMuch. “I’m stoked to be taking over Don’t Change Much this week,” he posted. “It’s my old squad the @torontoargos vs @calstampeders in a 2012 Grey Cup Rematch! Which side are you cheering for!?”
Shea also shared one of his best tips:
CFL Swag Giveaway Winners
Now, for the big announcement! Everyone who downloaded the recipe eBook was entered to win one of 10 amazing CFL prize bundles including an official signed CFL football and other sweet stuff. Congratulations to the lucky winners!
- Peter G. – Toronto, ON
- Alyssa S. – Warman, SK
- Charlotte K. – Calgary, AB
- Guy C. – Vancouver, BC
- Lloyd P. – Abbotsford, BC
- Cam JW – Campbell River, BC
- George M. – Toronto, ON
- Jacqui A. – MB
- John D. – NB
- Susan F. – ON
More Great CFL Health Tips
Shea wasn’t the only former player to jump on the DCM express during Grey Cup Week. In case you missed it, check out these amazing CFL alumni and their great health tips!
- Kyle Koch: Edmonton Eskimos great shared “3 Key Tips For Getting to A Healthy Weight.”
- Joe Sardo: Ex-Argos linebacker shared “How to Schedule Exercise into Your Life.”
- Troy Westwood: CFL record-holder shared “3 Secrets to Living Happier that Guys Often Overlook.”
7 Easy and Healthy Game Day Recipes eBook
Leading up to the Grey Cup, hundreds of guys downloaded our free recipe eBook, which serves up healthier versions of your favourite game-day recipes that don’t sacrifice taste and are so easy to make even the ref could make them. If you didn’t get your copy, download it here!
In partnership with the Canadian Football League Alumni Association
Adam Bisby is a Toronto-based freelance journalist and father of two. He’s been covering men’s health for over 20 years. As well as researching and blogging for Don’t Change Much since 2015, Adam’s award-winning work has appeared in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and National Post newspapers.