Fit for Life-Health Sciences
The Fit for Life workshop targets community, faculty, staff and Kent State students in a supervised exercise setting.
This 60-minute class typically begins with a warm-up of stretching and calisthenics, followed by a choice of aerobics (walking, jogging, bicycling, aqua aerobics & more). Next, to strengthen muscle groups through the range of motion, is an anaerobic workout using light weights. Finally, you will cool-down through light stretching and relaxation exercises.
Participants will also take part in a series of functional fitness tests both at the beginning and completion of the semester. These tests will include a standard lipid profile and a series of exercise tests aimed at evaluating flexibility, aerobic endurance and anaerobic strength. Participants will also receive a MOVband, a fitness tracker, to help increase awareness of your daily activity level and to inspire the healthy decision to keep moving.
Contact: Dr. Ellen Glickman
Eligible: KSU students, employees, community.
Cost: *This is a 1 credit hour workshop
Additional Information: Physician’s consent is required for participation. The program’s activities are led by undergraduate and graduate level students under the supervision of Dr. Ellen Glickman.
*Faculty and staff enrolling in the workshop may use their faculty/staff tuition waiver benefit. To register for workshops, students do not have to formally apply to Kent State University. There is no application or matriculation fee.
For registration information visit http://www.kent.edu/creditworkshops, select the semester and scroll to Fit for Life.
- New Fit for Life participants must complete a paper registration form found at www.kent.edu/cde/workshops/credit/registration-information.
- Returning Fit for Life participants will register on FlashLine.