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September 17, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Country Meadows of South Hills
Created by Ohio Health, Delay the Disease© is a life-changing fitness, mobility and wellness program expressly designed for individuals with Parkinson’s disease or related symptoms to optimize function and restore independence. While it is designed for persons with Parkinson’s, the program offers benefits for everyone. Modifications are offered for all ability levels so everyone can participate. Delay the Disease is a very inclusive program that shares exercises for focal development, gait, brain work, dexterity, fine motor, flexibility, strength training and more. A national program, participants have experienced improved mobility, posture, balance, handwriting, speech volume and a reduction in daily functional challenges. The twice-weekly classes are all about fun and joy. For details, contact Joyce Gross.
September 17, 2019, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ South Fayette Fire Hall (Cuddy neighborhood)
Are you an athlete looking to cross-train and add something different to your workout? Are you a soccer mom who wants to do something for herself while getting fit and having fun? Are you stuck in a rut doing the same workout routine but not sure where to go? Are you intimidated by the big box gyms and boutiques and are looking for something in between? Since its inception in 2015, sfBfitness has been a place where people come to blast fat, increase their metabolism and energy, sculpt their bodies, and feel a sense of community. Let's face it: workouts can get stale. At sfBfitness, we continually challenge ourselves to introduce new elements in our classes so that our workouts evolve and don't stagnate. We would love to be part of your fitness journey. Drop in anytime and see what sfBfitness is all about!
September 17, 2019, 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM @ Morgan Park
The JumpBunch Sports T-ball clinic teaches children appropriate physical skills while also focusing on teamwork and having fun. Participation in the sport of organized T-ball offers chances for children to learn and master new skills and work with their peers and coaches, while challenging themselves in a fun, safe environment. The clinic is designed to focus less on competition and more on getting preschoolers excited about exercise and playing T-ball. Some of the skills children learn during the clinic are throwing, catching, base running, batting and fielding. Gloves and bats will be available for student use.