Prioritize your health this year by signing up for a group exercise class at Chandler-Gilbert Community (CGCC). We offer a variety of group classes suitable for everyone's needs. From Boot Camp, Pilates and Yoga to Stretch &Relaxation, Tai Chi and Karate, CGCC can help you take the first set towards a healthier lifestyle.
"We all know that being more active, eating right and having a positive attitude can make or break our attempts to live a healthier life. CGCC wants to help you achieve your "New Year'" resolutions, especially those that relates to your mind-body and spirit," said Cookie Potter, manager of the Coyote Center at CGCC.
There are many benefits to group exercise classes. They are a wonderful place to meet new people who have similar lifestyle goals as well as a great way for students to feel motivated. Physical activity is also a great way to boost student performance. Research shows that students who take breaks from their class work to be physically active during the school day are often better able to concentrate and may do better on standardized tests.
"Brain function is improved when we are doing physical activity, especially when it comes to academic performance. It is important for students to look at fitness as a way to help them stay strong both inside and outside the classroom," said Potter.
Spaces are still available, so register today!
Classes begin January 25th and run through May 13th at both Pecos and Williams' campuses. Click here for a complete list of classes. Each class is worth one academic credit and is taught by a degree-certified instructor. For more information on group classes visit the Coyote Center's website www.cgc.edu/coyotecenter or contact a Coyote Center representative at 480.732.7000.