LiquidGym Partners with the Warriors!



The Bell Warriors Football Club and LiquidGym Rehab and Training Centre of Bells Corners, Ottawa are pleased to announce a partnership for the 2017 football season.  The Warriors are a non-profit football club based in the communities of Crystal Beach, Bayshore, Bells Corners, Richmond, Stittsville and Munster.  For 62 years, the Warriors have been offering assorted football programs for boys and girls ages 7-23.


“The Warriors are excited to announce our new partnership with LiquidGym.  We supply all of our players’ equipment and dedicate a ton of time to ensure we offer youth programs that are rewarding and fun.  This takes energy, time and commitment.  It also takes willing partners in our community to help us meet our key mandate which is to keep our great sport affordable and accessible to all.  LiquidGym is stepping up to become our newest Gold Sponsor and we are glad to expose our active Warriors families to LiquidGym’s expansive facility and array of extensive services.” – Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors Football President


“LiquidGym is thrilled to partner with the Warriors for the up-coming season. We like to be involved with the community and share the same values as the Warriors.  The Warriors have a committed team of leaders to assist the area youth in developing skills that will be useful on and off the field and we are happy to support their work. LiquidGym welcomes players and their families to explore our facility and our services as we work to improve your health and performance. We wish the Warriors best of luck for the up-coming season and look forward to a long and committed partnership with the club.” – Karen Snyder, CEO, LiquidGym

Pictured L to R: Vicki Wong (LiquidGym Clinic Manager & Physiotherapist); Paul Stewart (Bell Warriors Football Club President & Coach); Karen Snyder LiquidGym CEO and Co-Founder)

In addition to financial support for the Warriors youth football program, LiquidGym will be hosting a Warriors Day Open House early this spring.  Warriors’ families and supporters will be welcomed to an on-site BBQ and the opportunity to tour and try out some of their very specialized services which includes LiquidGym’s unique dryland training and hydro-training on underwater treadmills, underwater bikes and the endless pool swim current.


“The Warriors share a similar outlook with LiquidGym.  We both believe strongly in the importance of healthy lifestyles and the value sports teams can play in the development of our youth.  Football is the ultimate team sport.  It is affordable and encourages hard work, commitment, responsibility, dedication but most importantly, it is fun.  The Warriors couldn’t do what we do without the generous support of companies like LiquidGym.” – Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors Football President


For more details contact,


Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors Football Club President,
Karen Snyder,  CEO, LiquidGym,

Stefano Napolitano Chasing His Dream

Huge CONGRATULATIONS to Warriors alumni Stefano Napolitano who has been invited to the 2017 CFL East Regional Combine.  Stef went all the way through the Warriors program and even played Midget with our sister club the Bel-Air Noresmen where he finished his NCAFA career by winning the league A-Cup Championship.  Since then, Stefano has been playing football for the Carleton Ravens as a fullback.  The last two-years, he has been named an OUA All-Star and his most recent honour is just one more notable step in his football journey.
When asked about the opportunity, Stefano said, “I am extremely grateful and honoured to be able to experience the combine.  It  was definitely an experience of a lifetime.”  Stefano has always been a driven, focused and competitive young man.  He’s a natural leader with a warm personality and unquestionable character which was formally recognized in 2013 by the Warriors when he was named a Jim Wagdin Post-Secondary Scholarship winner.

Keep excelling Stefano!  The Warriors are proud of you!


Pictured from L to R: Stefano Napolitano in his 1st year of football with the Warriors in 2005; Stefano with his parents Frank & Cathy Napolitano; Stefano in his last Warriors year; Past-President Jim Wagdin presenting Stefano with his Warriors Post-Secondary Scholarship cheque with Warriors President Paul Stewart