Personal fitness assessments, a new fitness series, information sessions and trainings are now being offered at Spectrum Generations’ Cohen and Muskie Community Centers in Hallowell and Waterville, respectively.
If you are ready to start an exercise program but are unsure of where to start, or are intimidated by group exercise or the gym, Robin Maginn, Advanced Certified Senior Personal Trainer and Senior Exercise Instructor, is offering a free one-on-one fitness assessment. Her safe, whole-body approach will help you meet your fitness goals this New Year. When you sign up for a fitness assessment, you’ll receive discounts on upcoming classes.
A new fitness series, “It’s All About…” will focus on different muscle areas like legs, arms, and the core, and help with issues related to posture and balance. The classes will be held monthly at each center. The Muskie Center located at 38 Gold Street in Waterville will host on the second Tuesday of each month from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.; the Cohen Center on Town Farm Road in Hallowell will host on the second Thursday of each month also from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Cost to attend is $10 and registration is required.
Each center offers a variety of movement and fitness classes. For more information about future class dates, health and wellness programs or to sign up for these classes, call the Cohen Community Center at 626-7777 or Muskie Community Center at 873-4745.
Robin Maginn has been a fitness instructor and personal trainer for 20 years, helping individuals of all health levels achieve their personal fitness goals and is certified by the Senior Fitness Association, the international association exclusively for fitness professionals who serve older adult populations, and teaches many other health and fitness classes at Spectrum Generations.