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Setbacks are unfortunately a part of every person’s life. We can’t control that problems interfere in our plans. What we can control is our attitude about these challenges and how we can try to work within our stumbling blocks to counteract the effects such a change can bring to our health.
It’s not too late, we have two months left of free fitness classes this season, which gives plenty of time to burn more calories and gain strength.
When cardiovascular disease is responsible for one of every three deaths in the U.S., why wouldn’t you want to lower your risk so you can live a longer, healthier and happier life?
Despite the warm weather and extra free time, the summer can be a difficult season to stay physically fit. Many people will leave York and Adams counties, and their gym subscriptions, behind to take a vacation, where staying in shape might fall to the bottom of priority lists.
York County, you’re doing great. We have had about 100 people consistently come to workout with us, getting down and dirty and burning tons of calories.
Sometimes after a long day at work the last thing I want to do is go to the gym and workout. Seriously, there are so many things that go along with working out. First, you have to change out of … Continue reading
I recently went into Target to pick up a new planner, a notebook, and a pair of flats to prepare for my new internship. If you’re anything like me, you never actually get what you need from Target and you … Continue reading
On Sunday, May 17, Senior Fitness, Inc. will be at Strictly Fitness in East York for a class on how to teach older adults hot to avoid falls, increase their confidence and maintain their independence.
I was never a fan of high school gym class. Sports left me humiliated in a puddle of my own inadequacy. In trying to keep pace with my classmates, I was often left breathless. So you can imagine my hesitancies when I enrolled in a requisite yoga class in college. Standing in the gymnasium with my black, roll-up mat, I never imagined that this form of exercise would have such an enduring impact on my life.
There has been great feedback about the May No Sweat in the Park schedule and we hope you will make it out for our classes in June that will turn up the heat.