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Exercise Education

Our exercise education classes are led by Physical Therapists who will educate you on the proper way to move your body and increase flexibility so that you can achieve your goals all while minimizing the risk of injury.

Exercise Education

Our exercise education classes are led by Physical Therapists who will educate you on the proper way to move your body and increase flexibility so that you can achieve your goals all while minimizing the risk of injury.

Get the Most Out of the Time You Put in to Achieving Your Health Goals


By now we all know and understand the importance of physical activity.  Exercise is a major key to good health and longevity.  The CDC recommends at least 30 mins a day or 150 minutes of exercise per week.  There are many ways to achieve this minimum goal and it is good to mix up your routine between cardiovascular training, weight bearing exercise, or resistance training programs. 

Performing physical activities like the ones mentioned can help prevent and, in many cases, reverse disease processes such as high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes and more.  Weight bearing exercise is very beneficial in the prevention of osteoporosis.  It is important to understand that injury is possible and that is why at Primary Prevention Center we have licensed Physical Therapists leading our classes and educating our patients on the proper way to move our bodies to avoid injury and get the most out of the time you put in to achieve your health goals.  Schedule your class and evaluation today. 

Exercise Education Classes

  • Functional Movement

    Combine exercise with movements that mimic everyday activities (tying shoes, lifting groceries, rising from a chair). These exercises incorporate compound movements using multiple muscle groups while maintaining appropriate body mechanics and will transfer over to your daily life.

  • Beginner Cardio

    30 to 40 minutes of no/low impact cardio to increase your heart rate and get your body moving. Cardiovascular exercise reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes. It helps improve your sleep, overall mood and helps to decrease stress.

  • Intro to Strength Training

    Learn basic strength training movements with focus on proper body mechanics to prevent injury and maximize muscle contractions. Strength training improves bone health to reduce your risk of osteoporosis (weight-bearing exercises) and improves your mood and flexibility. Improving your strength can decrease your risk of falls.

  • Balance and Flexibility

    30 to 40 minutes of full body balance and stretching exercises. Balance decreases as you as age and poor balance increases your risk of falling causing injury as you become older. Improve balance with core, stability, and standing exercises and improve your flexibility through stretching to reduce stress and risk of injury.

  • LEAP Walkers

    Come and enjoy walking in the company of other like-minded individuals working to improve lifestyle and increase physical activity. Research shows that walking just 30 minutes per day can lower blood pressure and cholesterol and help you maintain or lose weight.

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