Keeping fit and activeRiding out this pandemic can be tough. But the Y is here to help!
Self-isolating at home means staying fit and active is more important than ever to build a strong immune system and stay healthy. Not only that, regular physical activity is proven to combat stress and provide mental health benefits.
Take a look at some of our fitness resources below.
Skate Club sessions are an accelerated program for kids and young people offering specific coaching and support as participants develop skills and techniques to develop their skateboarding confidence.
Scooter sessions offer kids and young people the opportunity to learn and develop their skills on a scooter, interact with a coach and gain feedback to build confidence.
Can exercising help my performance during intense study periods? Or is it a waste of time? The researchers from Monash University’s BrainPark answer these questions and more.
Is doing a little bit of exercise helpful? Or do I need to exercise a lot to see any benefits? The researchers from Monash University’s BrainPark answer these questions and more.
‘Improve flexibility’ remains one of the top three goals for many people starting and returning to their fitness routine. Rightly so, as flexibility and mobility work is an important aspect for all levels of fitness training.
If you’re feeling too flat or stressed out to exercise, maybe these are the exact reasons you should be making it a priority.
In addition to fitness resources, we’re also sharing a range of external resources on how to: