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Exercise Tutorial Videos

 

Arthritis Exercise Program Facilitated by Joan Popolizio

The Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program (AFEP) is a low-impact class that can be done either sitting or standing. These gentle, joint-safe exercises relieve stiffness and decrease arthritis pain.

Objectives:

To improve:

  • Functional ability.

  • Self-confidence.

  • Self-care.

  • Mobility.

  • Muscle strength.

  • Coordination.

To reduce:

  • Fatigue.

  • Pain.

  • Stiffness.

Target Audience: Adults with arthritis of all activity levels.

This program is offered in Roy Hills Senior Center (5051S. 2000 W., Roy, Utah 84067) on Fridays at 10:00 am. Call center director Kathy Prevedel at 801-773-0860 for more information. 

Zumba by Cris Finnigan

Zumba combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations that allow the Zumba participants to dance away their worries. Zumba, created by Columbian dancer and choreographer Alberto “Berto” Perez, is inspired by various styles of Latin-American dance forms. It is a dance fitness program that helps you lose weight, get back in shape, and stay fit, all this while having loads of fun. Dance and music can uplift our moods and have proven to be great stress-busters, sometimes even therapeutic. It is a great form of fitness program that blends them both with physical activity.

Objectives:

  • Full Body Workout

  • Burns Calories

  • Mood boosting - Improves Mental Health

  • It’s social - Group Workout

  • It gets you hooked on exercise

 

This Zumba program by Cris is offered at Roy Hills Senior Center (5051S. 2000 W., Roy, Utah 84067) on Mondays at 10:00 am. Call center director Kathy Prevedel at 801-773-0860 for more information. 

It is also offered at Riverdale Senior Center (4433 900 W, Riverdale UT 84405) on Wednesdays at 10:00 am. Call center director Miranda Rizzi at 801-621-6086 for more information.