Walk with Ease for anti-aging and Arthritis – Lincoln Parks and Recreation


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Lincoln Parks and Recreation

Seniors can get active with “Old School P.E. for Adults” at the Air Park Rec Center and for those with arthritis, Walk with Ease classes begin April 18th at the Antelope Park Indoor Shelter. The Arthritis Foundation’s six week Walk with Ease program can teach you how to safely make physical activity part of your everyday life.

People of all ages enjoy Lincoln Parks and Recreation’s 125 parks, 133 miles of trails, 7 recreation centers, 9 public pools, 5 city golf courses, Pioneers Park Nature Center, Woods Tennis Center and in our Team Sports Programs. As the weather warms up there are great opportunities to continue or to renew your commitment to an active lifestyle.

Try something new such as Old School P.E. for Adults. Remember how P.E. and exercise used to be fun as a kid? Well, come join us for adult P.E. at Air Park Rec. Center and play some Old School games! Challenge your co-workers, spouse, and friends to a night out. It’s a fun way to meet new people and get moving without feeling like you’re exercising. There is no pressure or scorekeeping – just FUN! Classes start the first Friday of each month.

No matter if you need relief from arthritis pain or just want to be active, the Arthritis Foundation’s six week Walk with Ease program can teach you how to safely make physical activity part of your everyday life. Lincoln Parks and Recreation is Partnering with the National Arthritis Foundation to offer classes that will begin meeting at the Antelope Park Indoor Shelter on April 18th.

 

Source: Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln March 2016 Partner Highlight, Lincoln Parks and Recreation

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