Let our Professional Trainers and Dietitians help get your health and wellness goals kick started with one of our Fitness programs. Full details on each program are listed below. For more info and to sign up fill out the form at the bottom of the page or email Jon.
Health Walks to Beaver Brook Reservation
Join Matthew for weekly Free Health Walks. These walks will last 45 minutes to an hour. During the walk we will be exploring the beautiful surroundings of the Beaver Brook Reservation.
The group meets every Wednesday. Meet at 11:30am at Waverley Oaks Athletic Club in the main lobby.
NO sign up necessary. Contact Matthew with any questions: email@example.com
Balance and Fall Prevention with Matthew
Most people are unaware that there balance has been steadily declining until they have a falling event. Each year 1 in 3 people over the age the age of 65 will experience a fall and 75% of those falls will result in some kind of bone fracture. Studies from the CDC also show that once you have fallen once you are more than 50% likely to have another fall within a calendar year. So….before one of these unfortunate, potentially life altering falls happen to you join Matthew Fennell in this partner training program that will take a proactive approach to hopefully preventing falls rather than having a reactive approach and subsequent recovery after a fall. The program will emphasize static as well as dynamic balance, total body strength (especially the core and legs) as well as postural improvements. Winter is HERE……get stable NOW!!! This is a five week program.
Contact Matthew with questions and to sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org
This group is for moms (with kids under 10) who want to gain strength after pregnancy . Focusing on the full body, core and pelvic floor!
Contact Sinceree at SincereeC@waverleyoaks.com for more details and to sign up.
Posture Assessment and Analysis:
Do you sit for many hours during the day? Work for long periods of time at a desk or on a computer? Do you suffer from nagging pain in the shoulders/neck? Low back/hips? Knees? If so, you could have postural dysfunctions that are contributing to your chronic pain.
Contact Ron with questions and to sign up email@example.com