At Kennedy Fitness: A Jefferson Health Affiliate, our top priority has always been the health and wellness of the people in our community. Although we’ve all had to adjust to a whole new way of life over the past few weeks — as our members know, we have temporarily closed our fitness facilities throughout New Jersey in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus — we can still unite through our passion for fitness.
We can still find stress relief, keep our bodies strong, and have some fun in these uncertain times. All we have to do is work together and get a little creative!
If you’re starting to feel a little stir crazy while hunkered down at home and you’re missing the gym, we understand! That’s why our team has been hard at work putting together a full schedule of virtual workout classes that you can access in the safety of your home — for free! You don’t even have to be a Kennedy Fitness member.
Anyone who would like to get in a great at-home workout can log onto our Kennedy Fitness Facebook page and work out LIVE in real time with a certified instructor. We continue to update the page with our schedule of classes, but if you can’t make it at a specific date and time, we will post videos of the classes on our Facebook wall so you can utilize them at your convenience.
If you don’t have Facebook, you’re still good to go! Just visit our YouTube page for a full playlist of all past classes.
We’ve made a concerted effort to offer a little something for everyone, catering to all ages and fitness levels in our schedule of virtual classes. Here are a few examples of what we’ve done so far:
- Box Fit
- Yoga for All Levels
- Cardio Tabata
- Tabata With Cardio & Weights
- Barre & Pilates Fusion
- Silver Sneakers
- Cardio Sculpt
We’re so excited to be able to offer support, guidance — and an outlet for pent-up energy — that members and non-members alike can take advantage of when other options might be limited.
We also want to make sure you stay injury-free while working out at home, so we’ve put together a slideshow video with some safety tips. Check it out: