How Fit Are You?
Don’t just claim a New Year’s Resolution, live it! Participate in a motivating assessment of your current level of overall health and physical fitness. This two-session event will educate you on the fundamental principles of health, wellness and stress management. You will complete a comprehensive physiological assessment of your current level of physical fitness. Guided by faculty from the
college’s Physical Education Department, you will be led through a series of physical fitness assessments in the college’s state-of-the art exercise physiology laboratory. With results in hand, areas for improvement and behavioral change will be discussed. The positive and profound influence exercise has on stress also will be covered. So, what are you waiting for? Remember, you cannot change what you do not acknowledge. Take the first step toward action and participate in this self-exploratory and inspirational experience to look better, feel better and live longer. Move to improve!
2 Sessions, SCB 107
Tues. and Thurs., 2/11 and 2/13, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Jocob Silvestri, Colleen Ferris and Mary Musso,
How to Discover Your Optimal Health
This four-week course will teach and empower you to discover your optimal health, so you can be the best that you can be. While the theme will be achieving and maintaining a healthy weight, we will review key components of optimal health, including healthy nutrition, healthy movement, healthy sleep and how
to deal with stress. This course aims to give you strategies to reach your goals of a healthy body and healthy mind.
This course will be didactic, interactive and participatory. The course fee includes a materials fee of $48 to cover the cost of two books which give you the blueprint of optimal health for life. Course attendees will be given another book free. Learn how to become the dominant force in your life and create long term, sustainable optimal health for yourself.
4 Sessions, DCC B06
Mon., 3/24 - 4/14, 6 - 8 p.m.
Dr. Mark Nelson, Instructor