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Come in and see us for your health
and wellbeing needs during winter
Butter Menthol, Anticol or Soothers 10pk ................ $2.00
Kleneex Thick & Large Tissue 95s ........................... $2.29
Vicks VapoRub 50g .................................................... $6.99
Nyal Dry Cough Medicine 200ml ............................... $7.99
Nyal Cold & Flu Day/Night Tablets 24pk ................$12.99
Lemsip Max Cold & Flu Drink 10pk ........................$13.99
Specials are available until 26.07.16 or while
stocks last so be quick to avoid disappointment.
24-30 Hanson St., Corryong. Ph: 6076 1286
Call Corryong Health and Fitness
Centre for a free fitness assessment
Ph: 02 6076 3233 / 02 6076 2486
Treat your body as if
your life depends on it!
• Look good, feel good, get in shape
• All ages, all tness levels, all abilities
As the days get shorter and the temperature
plummets there is a greater tendency to stay
indoors where it is warm, be less active and
eat comfort foods. Winter can also bring
increased risks of illness but there are ways
to keep healthy during the cold months.
It’s a particularly tough to ﬁnd the motivation
to exercise but the Corryong Health and
Fitness Centre has a range of programs to
keep you ﬁt through winter.
Newcomers can take advantage of the
'Come and Try July' promotion - for just
$10 you can try classes for the whole month
to ﬁnd the ones
for you. Call
Richard to sign
Some of the
offer to give
you a winter
Boxﬁt: a fun
by Jess who
beneﬁts of boxing for ﬁtness training,
correct technique, movement patterns and
footwork drills, a variety of boxing-speciﬁc
ﬁtness exercises and the safe and effective
use of trainer pads. If you'd like to pull
on some boxing gloves or pads and throw
your weight around, you'll love this class.
Beginners to advanced. Tuesdays 4:15 --
4:45pm with childcare.
Les Mills Body Balance: a class created
that combines exercises from pilates, yoga,
and tai chi creating a 30 -55 minute workout
to centre the body while lengthening
and strengthening the muscles. Body
Balance classes improve cardiovascular
ﬁtness, reduce stress levels and improve
ﬂexibility while decreasing stress; suitable
for all ages and levels of ﬁtness and set to
beautiful music. Mondays 10:15-10:45am,
Wednesdays 12:15-12:45pm, Wednesdays
5:45-6:15pm, Fridays 10 am -10:30pm.
Kerry and Jess are the group leaders .
Healthy Start: To help adults over 50
and those new to exercise, this is a low-
to-moderate intensity exercise program
which offers a varied program to suit all
ﬁtness levels. Run by Paula, the class used
a range of exercise equipment to help you
ﬁnd what you
enjoy, in good
lots of laughs.
Power Bar: is
for a more
toned, ﬁtter and
healthier you. Beginners start with very low
weights and progress over time at their own
pace. Mondays 5:15 -- 6:15pm, Wednesdays
9am – 10am; Thursdays 5:15pm- 6:15pm.
Power Puff is a great place to start learning
the moves, mixed with cardio exercise.
Tuesdays 5:15pm -- 6:15pm , Fridays 9am
Strong People Stay Young: Even very
small changes in muscle size can make a big
difference in strength, especially in people
who already have lost a lot of muscle. In
this class, clients use hand and leg weights
through a range of simple exercises,
gradually increasing the amount of weight
used. It is recommended that older adults use strength
exercises for all major muscle groups at least twice
a week. It also helps to prevent falls. Tuesdays and
Thursdays 9am-10 am.
Life!: an exciting free program for all adults (18 years or
over) that meet one or more of the criteria which indicate
a high likeliehood of diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
For more information on the Life! program and to see if
you are eligible call 13 RISK (13 74 75). Call Jacinta 02
Other tips to keep you motivated in winter:
1. Use your phone diary to plan your weekly workout
with an activity every day.
2. Pick activities you like.
3. Get a workout buddy and sync your diaries. Include
your partner, your friends, your work mates, your kids
and/or your mum so that it's social as well as fun.
4. When all else fails, just rug up and walk around the
5. Keep moving when your kids are busy in after school
programs or sport. Grab a friend and go for a walk 'n talk.
5. Sign up for a challenging team event with a buddy that
motivates you to work out together in spite of the weather
eg Tough Mudder, November
Our guide to
Don't let the cold beat you
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