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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.
You might ask, what is the point of gardening if I can go to the grocery store or local market to buy my fruits and vegetables? Good question, but gardening has more benefits than just having a tomato you planted in your salad.
YWCA and National Exercise Trainers Association (NETA), a non-profit fitness professional association, are co-sponsoring two nationally-recognized workshops.
You know warmer weather is on the way when you get the No Sweat in the Park schedule. So here it is, a promise that summer is not too far ahead.
The YWCA started Technogym’s Let’s Move for a Better World Challenge yesterday and already ranked 14th out of 36 clubs participating for the most moves. The challenge ends March 22, and the public can come in without membership to donate … Continue reading
Let’s face it not many people enjoy the cold temperatures, especially for working out. Many people will head to a gym in the winter to run or workout. This is due to the cold weather winter offers. People believe working … Continue reading
It’s easy to describe certain parts of yourself to another person. Your spontaneity. Your curiosity. Your degree in economics, or your knowledge of three languages. What’s harder is describing parts of your nature that are inherent to your being but … Continue reading