What are FEWABS?
An outdoor fitness program to help participants develop:
Whole body involvement
A Thursday session has been added! Oct. 20, running for 6 weeks, same cost and time as Tuesdays. ($40/6 weeks, 9:30-11 am.)
The development of such physical characteristics can lead to greater fitness and thus greater enjoyment of cross country skiing and snow shoeing, as well as other recreational activities.
Who: Females, ages 16- adult. Classes will be lead by Sue Wemyss, longtime ski and fitness instructor at Great Glen Trails, and 1984 Olympian in cross country skiing.
When: Tuesdays 9:30-11:00 a.m. beginning September 11, for 6 weeks, through October 16.
Where: Great Glen Trails. We will plan to do outdoor activities in all but the most inclement weather, so dress accordingly. In the event of heavy rain, snow or hail, we will have an indoor space to utilize.
Why: Being more fit makes physical activities (like skiing and snowshoeing), easier and more fun. Working out with a group can increase motivation and fun. The trails, meadows and beautiful scenery here at Great Glen provide interest and inspiration not found in the confines of a gym or health club!
How: Participants can join for the whole six-week program for $40, or attend single sessions at $9/session. Activities will include but not be limited to: Nordic walking, partner and balance exercises, stretching, circuit training, and games. Participants should wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing and athletic footwear. Rain jacket when necessary. Great Glen can provide Nordic walking poles, or participants can bring their own. The activities and exercise will be structured to take into account differences in individual fitness levels, so that all participants can be appropriately challenged at their current level.
To Register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 603.466.2333, ext 148, firstname.lastname@example.org, by Sunday, September 9 to register. A minimum number of 6 participants are required to hold the program; if such number is not reached by September 9, the program will be canceled and registrants notified September 10. The maximum number of participants for the program is 16.