Date

August 22, 2024

Time

1:00 PM

2:00 PM

Category

Healthy Aging, Virtual Event

Improve Your Stamina for Every Day Tasks - with AIM Fitness

Do you find that going up and down stairs or walking up hills causes you to feel out of breath? Do house hold tasks tire you out? Do you have to put up your feet after golfing or grocery shopping?

We all lead busy lives, and the worst thing is to feel that your body can’t keep up with all that you want to do!

Meg Stickl-Kroeker, Certified Personal Trainer and the owner of AIM Fitness, will lead you through a gentle cardio and strength workout to help you improve your stamina. Part one, 15 minutes, involves a gentle joint cardio walking workout. Part 2, 15 minute involves strengthening exercises for your upper body with weights, and Part 3, the last 15 minutes focuses on lower body strength and balance exercises.

Join in for a fun workout that will help improve your strength and stamina for every day tasks!

Participate in exercises at your own risk. 

The content will be presented in English, however bilingual participation is encouraged. La présentation se fera en anglais, mais la participation dans les deux langues officielles est encouragée.

If you are not yet a member and would like to receive information on the National Association of Federal Retirees, join the mailing list by clicking here.

Note: you must be an Association member or guest of a member and registered in order to participate in this seminar.  To become a member, please call 613-745-2559. Your registration confirmation with instructions on how to participate via Zoom will arrive by e-mail.

Ottawa Branch Disclaimer: The Ottawa Branch provides information on issues, products and services of general interest to our membership. It does not endorse a particular position or a product or service, as being suitable for individual members, but brings them to the members’ attention so that they can make up their own minds.

If you have any difficulties registering electronically, please email the Ottawa Branch at [email protected] or call 613-737-2199.

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