Are you a Drew Fitness Success Story?
Whether you are trying to lose a few pounds or a few dozen pounds, whether you are training to run a marathon or just trying to look better in your clothes–The Office of Campus Recreation and The Office of Health Services want to help you keep track of your fitness success!
***The most important sentence you will read in your life: According to The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, 30 minutes of moderate fitness activity per day (walking, swimming, pilates, biking, yoga etc.) can help prevent chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer and stroke (the 3 leading health-related causes of death,) help you control your weight and reduce fat, improve your sleep, increase your energy and self-esteem and most importantly—being active helps increase your chances of living a longer life! 30 minutes a day is just 2% of your day! All you need to do is commit 2% of each day to increase your chances of living a longer life!
How will your Drew Fitness Success Story be written? After signing up, you will take a “Before” picture and meet with Health Services to track your fitness and health levels (weight, BMI, blood pressure, measurements etc.) before you start your fitness program. Then, towards the end of the semester you will take an “After” picture and meet with Health Services again to see your final results. We can also track your mile time and other fitness activities to see if you’ve reached your goals (i.e. wanting to be able to run a marathon, being able to do 100 push-ups, etc.) This information will be kept completely confidential!
The first sentence of your Drew Fitness Success Story is written by signing up here: http://www.drew.edu/CampusRec/fitness/dfs