Making Time for Fitness [Video]
Ask the Expert: Wellness Video Series
About the video: What are some helpful tips for fitting fitness into my busy schedule?
Listen to Summit Orthopedics Health and Wellness Coach, Caleigh Eriksen, M.S., share helpful strategies about how to not only make time for a fitness routine, but also how to make it a routine that you can enjoy.
Meet Caleigh Eriksen, M.S.
Caleigh’s approach: “Every person deserves to have the highest quality of life possible. My goal is to help each person determine the right path for them to achieve it.”
Caleigh’s education and special interests: Caleigh earned her undergraduate degree as well as her Master of Science in Education—Exercise Physiology/Adult Fitness degree at the University of Akron in Akron, OH. Her special areas of interest include lifestyle and behavior change, adaptive training, and prenatal & postnatal exercise and education.
Summit Orthopedics offers proactive wellness services
At Summit Orthopedics, we are committed to providing the resources, tools, and expertise you need to achieve your personal fitness goals. Our Summit wellness center is home to proactive wellness classes and training services for you and the whole family. Wellness experts can work with you or your physician to design an exercise program that supports lifelong health through exercise.
Start your journey to a more active self through our wellness services offered at the HealthEast Sports Center. Schedule a free wellness consultation online or call 651-968-5766. Find the group fitness class that works with your schedule. Visit our Facebook page to learn all about the wellness events we offer to safely promote good health throughout your life.
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