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Circuit Training Workout SeriesRead more about the Circuit Training Workout Series event on May 23
Please join us for a complimentary circuit training workout series brought to you by Brenda Buffington, Buckeye Wellness Program Manager! In this class, one circuit will take ~20 minutes, so arrive when you can and leave when you need to! You are welcome to complete as many circuits as your schedule allows.
What is circuit training?
Circuit training is a total body, high volume, low to moderate resistance workout with short rest intervals. It is geared toward improving muscle definition, while improving cardiovascular fitness. This workout involves exercising all major muscle groups while alternating between different areas to allow for muscle recovery. Therefore, you will increase your strength and aerobic fitness while burning lots of calories.
What equipment will I be using?
Physio Balls, resistance bands, resistance tubes and some mats will be provided.
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Outdoor Enthusiasts: Fitness On The TrailRead more about the Outdoor Enthusiasts: Fitness On The Trail event on May 24
Taking physical activity to a new level (and back to the 90’s)!
Join us for this series as we get outside and dust off our skates, bike, or running shoes! This is a group for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy the summer weather and meet new people all while breaking a sweat!
This is open to anyone who likes to move around! Note: This class will not teach you how to skate, bike or run.
*Weather permitting. Participants will be notified via email if class is cancelled due to weather by 9:00 AM day of event.
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Level 1 Hatha YogaRead more about the Level 1 Hatha Yoga event on May 25
Enjoy a complimentary Level 1 Hatha Yoga class brought to you by Angela Lamonte of Yoga on High!
At the beginning level the Hatha classes are generally slower than Ashtanga classes, with more focus on relaxation and alignment. At the advanced level, they are equally challenging. Hatha yoga classes have evolved from classical poses and practices that are at least 1000 years old. To this ancient practice we have added information about anatomy, physiology and optimal body alignment. You must bring your own yoga mat to participate.
About Angela: Angela Lamonte trained as a yoga teacher at both the 200 and 500 hour levels at Yoga on High, where she has been teaching since 2004. She teaches many different populations of students and types of classes—New Beginners, Prenatal, Level 1, Level 2, and Gentle Yoga. She has also taught the mommies and babies classes, and various classes for kids and parents, which reflects her long-time career as an early childhood educator.
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Make Moderate Exercise a Part of Your Daily Routine
We all know exercise is important for staying healthy, being energized and feeling better — but did you know that you can easily make moderate physical activity a part of your daily routine? Here is some information to get you started.
May is Stroke Awareness Month
Are you at risk for stroke? Four out of five strokes are preventable. Though certain risk factors cannot be changed, like your age and gender, many of the ways to reduce your stroke risk are in your control.
Group Health Coaching
Would you like to work together with your co-workers to support each other to generate healthy habits as a team? A health coach can help you develop action plans with personalized goals to improve your wellness. Group Health Coaching is available in person or via webinar.
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