It is no secret that most of us struggle to maintain a regular exercise program. This can be particularly challenging when you have a disability. Work, school, health issues, and just life in general can make it difficult to carve out even a few hours a week to spend on our own wellbeing. So how can you get motivated to move more and make exercise a part of your normal routine – join a gym!
A recent study Iowa State University showed that gym members logged a whopping 484 minutes of exercise on average per week compared to only 137 minutes per week for non-members. Additionally, the odds of meeting weekly physical activity guidelines were 14 times higher for gym members than for non-gym members. As if that wasn’t enough evidence of the value of a gym membership, researchers also found that gym members were less likely to be obese, had lower blood pressure, higher levels of cardiorespiratory fitness, and smaller waist circumferences than non-members.
Sounds great! Sign me up, right? Unfortunately, the thought of finding the right gym and committing to signing on that dotted line can easily become overwhelming, especially when you have a disability.
Good news! Choosing a gym doesn’t have to be a stressful experience. I invite you to join me for a FREE 30-minute webinar, where I will to show you how you can take the anxiety out of choosing a gym when you have a disability. All it takes is a little planning ahead and asking a few simple questions to help you find your perfect fit.
Here is everything you need to know to join me for this exciting event!
Webinar: How to Choose Your Gym: 5 Questions You NEED to Ask When You Have a Disability
Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Time: 2:00 – 2:30 pm EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Presented By: Jennifer Hobbs, MS, MBA,
President & Founder, IncluFit
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Tips on how to plan ahead to make the most of your gym search.
- “Red flags” to watch for when touring a gym.
- The top 5 questions to ask gym staff during the first visit.
To reserve your spot in the webinar (spaces are limited), click on the button below:
Or click this link to register:
I hope to see you on November 15th!