Want to start exercising but not sure how to start? Never exercised and need some guidance? Not interested in investing in a gym and want to do an exercise program from home? This program is for you! Get n Fit is targeted for adults who are ready to start an exercise program. Through Get N Fit, you’ll work with a certified athletic trainer who will customize a fitness program to meet your needs. The initial session will include a pre-fitness test assessing: Body composition Balance, Flexibility, Strength, Cardiovascular endurance, Resting and training heart rates An individualized fitness program will be developed to perform at home. Goals will be set and follow-up visits will be scheduled to re-assess goals, to progress the program, and to acknowledge milestones. For more details on this program or information on how to register, please click here.
Get N Fit is targeted for adults who are ready to start an exercise program. You will work with a certified athletic trainer who will customize a fitness program to meet your needs. The initial session will include a pre-fitness testing assessment that includes body composition, balance, flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular endurance. The weekly workouts will vary, but will include both cardiovascular exercise and light strengthening. All fitness levels are welcome to attend! For questions, please call Fort HealthCare Therapy and Sport at (920) 563-9357.
Fort HealthCare's Health Care Careers is a free program for high school students who may be interested in a career in health care. Students will come to Fort Memorial Hospital monthly and participate in fun and exciting "hands-on" health care experiences. Students will explore a "day in the life" of various health care professionals in their work setting and be able to ask questions. This is a great opportunity for students to explore the many fields such as nursing, ultrasound, community health, physical therapy, surgical technician, doctor, phlebotomist, respiratory therapy, pharmacist, exercise physiologist, nurse practitioner, and many more. This program also provides a great opportunity for volunteer hours, participating in events that support Fort HealthCare's Mission - "Improve the health and well-being of our community." We ask program enrollees to volunteer providing community service for at least 8 hours during the school year in one or more Fort HealthCare-sponsored events. These events include (but are not limited to) the Frosty Rock Challenge Run/Walk, the Jefferson County Fair, Farmers Markets, and Healthy Community Coalitions events, etc.Lisa Rudolph, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, Fort HealthCare Education Services Manager. Lisa can also answer any questions you may have. Students can attend just one session, or several.
This 8-week family fitness program is designed for families with children ages 5-16 who are looking for ways to incorporate healthy eating and a more active lifestyle into their lives. Different topics are covered each week related to nutrition and healthy eating, and the lesson is followed by fun, family fitness activities.
Sports medicine trained professionals will be providing advice for coaches of baseball and softball players in regards to the mechanics of throwing. This is a free opportunity for area coaches to learn about common throwing technique errors, simple coaching corrections and drills, prevention & treatment of common throwing injuries, stretching & strengthening exercises, and motion analysis of proper mechanics. Keep your athletes on the field by helping to prevent overuse injuries! This class is given annually in the Spring. Download a current flyer: Coaches clinic 2017
Ditch the workout - Join the Party! This fitness oriented six week party fuses cardio workouts with a latin flavor in easy to follow dance routines with intervals of body toning. The dance moves create a dynamic calorie burning workout. Join the "Best Fitness Party" in town! Don't know what Zumba® is? Check out www.zumba.com.