How To Get Lean, Strong, and Fit Doing Exercise You Love
A 4 Part Seminar Series
Most people know that exercise is good for them. Regular exercise helps you maintain a healthy strong heart, it keeps you lean, it helps you maintain an ideal body weight, it makes you stronger, more flexible and it gets you feeling great.
It has often been recommended that adults should be doing at least 150 minutes a week of exercise (that’s two and half hours a week). The reality is, however, that only 15% of adults are engaging in that minimum requirement of weekly exercise.
Starting an exercise program requires some knowledge, some skill but a lot of motivation. The key is motivation. And that is exactly what the Exercise Motivation seminar series promises to deliver. Exercise is a learnable skill. You will learn simple key, yet essential and practical techniques that will help you get lean, strong, and fit. You will learn how to get motivated to start exercising and more importantly how to stay motivated to continue with an exercise routine.
Here is a just a portion of what you will learn:
- 7 benefits of regular exercise.
- How to develop your exercise goals and how to measure your success.
- 7 strategies to get you motivated and keep you motivate to exercise.
- The most effective fat-cutting, calorie-burning workout.
- 4 training techniques that give maximum results.
- How to create a weekly workout program that is easy to follow.
- What to eat before, during and after a workout.
- The essentials of staying hydrated during exercise.
- How to prevent injuries and how to manage them when they occur.
- And much much more.
You will walk away from this seminar series feeling pumped and ready to get started exercising. You will learn how to get motivated to start immediately, with or without equipment, at the gym or at home, indoors or outdoors. If you are currently exercising regularly, you will learn valuable tools and strategies to take your exercise routine the next level.
Exercise Motivation seminar series is a complete learning experience with weekly action plans. It consists of the following 4 classes
Module 101: How to Motivate Yourself to Get Fit and Stay Fit – Wednesday November 11, 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Module 201: What to Eat and Drink Before, During, and After Exercise – Wednesday November 18, 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Module 301: Advanced Training Principles for Maximum Results – Tuesday December 1, 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Module 401: Exercise Injury Prevention and Management – Wednesday December 9, 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Here is what others have said about the Exercise Workshop Module:
“Very good workshop. Was very informative and thorough. Dr. Walter went through all
basics of exercising and the do’s and don’ts before, after and during a workout. Looking
forward to Exercise 201.” – R.
“This has given [me] some great info on how to work on exercise giving a basis to start,
plus info on what to work on as we get older.” – D
“I love these classes because I learn a lot from them, [they] give the right information I
was looking for … Exercise 201 is one of the best information ever received. Thank
you very much!!” – P.
“This was a great workshop! I have learned a lot of these in college, so it was a nice
refresher. Dr. Walter has made me think more about exercise and feeling good while
and after exercise.” – T.
RSVP: Registration is required. Seating is limited to 23 people.
3 Ways to Register:
1. Call (905) 303-1009
2. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. At our front desk
Presenter: Dr. Walter Salubro
Updated October 26, 2015