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"Young at Heart" Exercise Class
Along with good nutrition, exercise is an important part of successful living. Keeping muscles toned, has also been proven to prevent falls. "Young at Heart" is an exercise program that is offered three times a week at the Powerhouse Gym in Gaylord. Targeted toward older adults (age 60 and older), but designed for all ages, it combines gentle aerobics and light weights. Certified exercise instructors and assistants provide the leadership for this program. No gym membership is needed to attend, and "walk-ins" are welcomed.
"Young at Heart" exercise classes are scheduled as followed:
Days: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
(Classes are cancelled on holidays for which the OCCOA is closed.)
Time: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Location: Powerhouse Gym Total Fitness Center
1044 W. Main St.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is transportation to and from the Powerhouse Gym available for classes?
The Otsego County Bus System is encouraged and recommended for those needing transportation. To arrange a ride, please call 732-6224.
When there is poor weather and the OCCOA is closed, will classes still be held?
To protect your safety and well-being, "Young at Heart" exercise classes will be cancelled whenever the OCCOA is closed, due to poor weather conditions. Agency closure announcements will be available on our Weather Closing Information phone line at (989) 731-5652. Closures will also be posted on the home page of this website and announced on Eagle 101.5 FM radio station.
The "Young at Heart" exercise program is sponsored by the Otsego County Commission on Aging.
Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise
will sooner or later have to find time for illness.
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