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Exercise is Medicine on Campus Month

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Social engagement is highly beneficial for active aging as it promotes overall well-being, mental health, and a sense of connection and purpose. Maintaining social connections and engaging in social activities can help reduce feelings of loneliness, isolation, and depression, which are common among older adults.

 
Engaging in social activities, such as joining clubs or organizations, participating in community events, or volunteering, can provide a sense of purpose and fulfilment. By staying socially active, older adults can enjoy improved mental well-being, enhanced cognitive function, and a higher quality of life as they age actively.

Join our EIM Activities to engage and socialise with like-minded people.

Fitness Fun Booth

Come visit our Fitness Fun Booths during the Exercise is Medicine on Campus Month and learn more about being physically active on campus. We have prepared some fun challenges and games for you to join whilst you are at our booth and feel free to ask our staff any questions about exercise and health

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Check your Health

Have you ever wondered what your body fat % is or how much muscle your body holds? Now is the opportunity to get it checked at our Fitness Fun Booths, as we will be providing FREE measurements. So come by and learn how fit you are!

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Fit & Fun Games

Try out some Interactive Fitness games and get active whilst having great fun. Interactive games are a great way to for increasing your physical activity level and improve your brain health anywhere you want in a fun and challenging way.

Session 1

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Haking Wong

1200-1400

3rd May 2024

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Session 2

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Happy Park

1200-1400

16th May 2024

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Session 3

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Happy Park

1200-1400

27th May 2024

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Come Join an Exercise Class

Joining a group fitness class is an excellent way to maintain physical and mental health. Group fitness classes provide social interaction, which is important for combating loneliness and depression. People who participate in group fitness classes often feel more motivated and accountable for their exercise routine, leading to better overall health outcomes. Group fitness classes also offer a sense of community, as participants can bond over their shared commitment to health and wellness. 


If you are interested in joining a group fitness class, feel free to explore our classes at Active Health Clinic, as we provide a wide range of exercise classes for people with different interests, aims and goals.

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