Fitness


Do you find it hard to keep up with regular physical activity?

If so, you’re not alone. In 2015, only 49% of adults 18 and older met the federal physical activity guidelines for aerobic physical activity. Only 20.9% of adults met both the aerobic physical and muscle-strengthening activity guidelines.*

The good news is that you don’t need an expensive trainer or gym membership to help you get the physical activity you need. You can find aerobic and strength-training opportunities everywhere. Try these things at home or work to keep moving:

  1. Wash and wax your car.

  2. Swap out your desk chair with an exercise ball.

  3. Park farther from building entrances.

  4. Plant a garden.

Check out these resources for more tips:

  • 10 changes to get more exercise every day

  • Getting fit may be easier than you think

Healthy hint: Get on your bike and ride! Biking is a great exercise for you to do at any age. Plus, it’s easy on your joints.

The road to good health is yours to travel. But you don't have to do it alone. Whether you're managing a health condition or making changes in your life like quitting bad habits or getting in shape - we can help. Check out our new classes and resources below. Contact us to set personalized health and wellness goals and learn about the programs available to you.

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