|Mon, Oct 18|
Are You FIT to TRAVEL?Every year, AARP's Travel Surveys say a whopping 96-99% of older adults plan to travel for leisure in any given year. And with our current situation, planning a fun travel vacation may be one of your priorities as well. This Fit to Travel program is for active, ambulatory folks that want to travel- whether it's across the state on a bus trip, or across the world with cruise or air transportation. It will provide critical information, guidance and suggestions on how to boost your energy to explore, reduce risk of a travel injury and increase your ability to maximize adventure memories. It’s a perfect time to get and stay on the go. Join Veteran personal trainer and fitness coach, Linda Gottlieb and learn how to physically prepare for your next trip, how to match your exercise to travel activities and anticipate and handle obstacles you may encounter.
Eat, Move, Sleep, REPEAT!More than a book by New York Times Bestselling author, Tom Rath, Eat Move Sleep is a new way to live. Join Master fitness and intuitive eating coach Linda Gottlieb in a one night workshop to begin to improve the three biggest categories leading to optimal health - the impact of eating, moving, and sleeping. Get proven and practical ideas that are comprehensive yet simple to help you make good decisions automatic–in all three of these interconnected areas. You will begin to craft YOUR personal Eat, Move, Sleep checklist in this class. With every bite of food you take, you will make better choices. You will learn to move more tomorrow than you do today. You will begin to sleep better than you have in years.
Outsmarting OsteoporosisWorldwide, it is estimated that 1 in 3 women over age 50 and 1 in 5 men will experience falls and resulting bone fractures due to osteoporosis. Some disease treatments may increase the risk, at much younger ages. Join veteran personal fitness trainer Linda Gottlieb in a five week series of safe exercises including muscle strengthening, balance and fall prevention, to decrease your risk, or minimize the impact of osteopenia/osteoporosis. Participants are asked to light hand weights (1, 2 or 3 pounds) or resistance bands. ** Consult your doctor before starting any exercise program for osteoporosis**