Want to improve your overall health? Our fitness team has several ways you can enhance your workout, learn to cook healthier foods, and reach your fitness goals.

Be at your best with Greeley Recreation by your side, every step of the way. Staying fit, eating healthy, and remaining active is key to maintaining fitness goals through the winter months. That’s why we’re offering free, community workshops this fall – no membership required!

October – Q&A with a Personal Trainer

Personal training can identify areas that you want to strengthen through a personal workout plan. Perhaps you want to increase your agility, balance, or muscle tone. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet with a personal trainer and see how they can support your fitness goals.

Greeley Recreation Trainer, Brandon Elbell will host a “Q&A with a Personal Trainer,” where you can discuss questions you have about the training process. Join him from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13 at the Greeley Recreation Center (651 10th Ave) or Thursday, Oct. 20 at the Family FunPlex (1501 65th Ave).

November – How to Succeed on a Plant-Based Diet

A balanced diet is important to your health. The best way to ensure success is to avoid processed food, start cooking from scratch, incorporate more vegetables, and reduce sugar intake. Meet with Recreation Fitness Coordinator, Kyle Wheeler, to learn how you can overcome barriers to eating healthy in a workshop from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Greeley Recreation Center or Thursday, Nov. 17 at the Family FunPlex.

December – Program Your Own HIIT Sessions

Are you pressed for time when you work out? Find out how to structure your high-intensity interval training (HIIT) sessions to keep your fitness routine short and sweet. Put your cardio strength to the test with a series of circuit-style exercises that will boost your conditioning. Learn the secrets from Austin Persons, Greeley Recreation personal trainer and instructor, from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Greeley Rec Center or Thursday, Dec. 15 at the FunPlex.

Start with Self-Care

Try a visit to the Active Adult Center (AAC) Wellness Center, located at 1010 6th St, and pamper yourself with one of our self-care offerings like foot care, acupuncture, or a massage. The center is open to everyone in the community. You don’t have to be 50 years or older to attend. Call the AAC front desk at 970-350-9440 to register or schedule an appointment.

There are so many ways you can boost your health and activity through group fitness classes, wellness programs, and personal training. Revamp your routines this fall and maintain a healthy lifestyle this winter. Attend one, two, or all three of these free workshops and become a stronger version of yourself. You’ll be glad you did!


Article date:
September 22, 2022