55+ Exercise Programs
If you are a new participant, you will need to complete and submit the following materials at least two weeks prior to the start of classes:
- Health Activity Questionnaire
- Medical Release Form
- Consent Form
- Performance Release Form
Each class requires a specific form, select the class you want to enroll in, from the list below, and print the forms that are under that class.
Fit 4 Life:
This class provides participants with a functional fitness assessment to measure their physical status, monitor progress, and individualize the program accordingly. The class includes a group warm-up, individualized strength, aerobic endurance, and balance programming, and a group cool-down, focusing on flexibility and relaxation. This class is most suitable for older adults who are not using assistive devices for mobility.
This multicomponent exercise class combines circuit-based aerobic endurance and functional strength training with neuromotor fitness activities that focus on balance, agility, coordination, and problem-solving. This class is most suitable for active adults with previous exercise experience and who are looking for a unique mind-body exercise environment.
This class is taught by a yoga instructor specializing in the needs of older adults. It will incorporate both beginning and advanced levels of yoga. Enjoy increasing your flexibility and mindfulness. Yoga mat and socks are required in order to participate in the class.
The focus in this class is to use the unique properties of water and the pool’s variable speed current to challenge balance and mobility in a confidence-building environment. Individualized training will be provided in a small group environment. This class is most suitable for older adults who lack confidence in their balance and/or have chronic joint pain that limits their participation in land-based classes.
Building Better Balance:
This class incorporates and combines the aspects of balance and fitness. All participants will receive a balance assessment as well as a functional fitness assessment to measure their physical status, monitor progress, and individualize the program accordingly. This is a suitable class for older adults beginning to experience balance problems.