Tag: Strength Training

Stay Strong, Stay Healthy coming to Smith Center!

Have you been wanting to make your health a priority?  Now is a great time to do just that!  Registration is now open for the upcoming older adult strength training program Stay Strong, Stay Healthy. Strength training is especially important in older adults and can improve balance, strength, flexibility, and quality of life. We will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning October 22nd-December 19th from 9:30-10:30am. The session will be held at the Srader Center in Smith Center. Cost for this program is $20, but there are financial scholarships available.  Registration is required by October 19th, and you can do so by visiting our office in Smith Center or by calling (785) 282-6823.  A minimum of six participants is required.  Feel free to contact Ashley, the instructor at asvaty@ksu.edu  with any questions about the program.

By:  Ashley Svaty

Stay Strong, Stay Healthy coming to Downs!

Have you been wanting to make your health a priority?  Now is a great time to do just that!  Registration is now open for the upcoming older adult strength training program Stay Strong, Stay Healthy. Strength training is especially important in older adults and can improve balance, strength, flexibility, and quality of life. We will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning September 21st- November 21st from 2-3pm. The session will be held at the Zion Lutheran Church in Downs. Cost for this program is $20, but there are financial scholarships available.  Registration is required, and you can do so by visiting our offices in Osborne or Beloit or by calling (785) 346-2521.  Feel free to contact Ashley, the instructor at asvaty@ksu.edu with any questions about the program.

By:  Ashley Svaty

Strength Training Opportunity in Beloit and Mankato

Ashley Svaty
Nutrition, Food Safety
and Health Agent

Have you been wanting to make your health a priority?  Now is a great time to do just that!  Registration is now open for the upcoming older adult strength training program Stay Strong, Stay Healthy. Strength training is especially important in older adults and can improve balance, strength, flexibility, and quality of life. We will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning February 21st – April 18th.  The Mankato session will begin at 10:30 at the Mankato Community Center.  The Beloit session will be held at the NCK Wellness Center and will begin at 2:30. Each session will be 1 hour and we will meet for 16 sessions.  Registration is required along with a $20 registration fee.  You can register here or by visiting our office in Mankato or Beloit.  Feel free to contact Ashley at asvaty@ksu.edu with any questions about the program.

By:  Ashley Svaty