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  1. Is getting in shape or leading a healthier lifestyle one of your New Year’s Resolutions? • If so, we are pleased to offer the following exciting programs and services to Bryant Faculty and Staff beginning Spring 2009. • Shape-Up RI – A statewide Exercise and Weight loss challenge – click here for more Info • Personal Training – A new service at the Chace Athletic Center – Click here for more info • Good Health Benefit – Sessions offered through HR & BCBSRI – Click here for more info • Group Exercise – schedule of fitness classes for Spring 2009 Coming Soon – check at http://www.bryantbulldogs.com/information/Chace_Wellness/front • Programming offered through the Department of Athletics, Human Resources, and • The Healthy Campus Coalition

  2. If your goal is to lead a healthier life style in 2009, you may want to consider participating with your colleagues in Shape-Up RI. Shape-Up RI is a statewide exercise and weight loss challenge that encourages participants to pursue healthy lifestyles through physical activities and better nutrition. • Highlights of the 2008 competition included: • *12,012 participants • *Total participant weight loss of 30,265 pounds/average participant lost 7.1 pounds • *The average participant exercised 4.8 hours per week • Participants compete in teams in the areas of weight loss, exercise hours, and pedometer steps. The competition begins on Monday, February 9th and will continue for 12 weeks. There is a $20 registration fee which will provide participants with: • *a digital pedometer • *competition log book • * weekly health newsletter • *free access to hundreds of health education opportunities • *eligibility for prize giveaways • If you are interested in participating on a Bryant team or want to learn more from Bryant colleagues who participated in the competition last year, please plan on attending one of two informational meetings which will be held on Wednesday, January 21st at Noon or Tuesday, January 27th at 1:00 PM in the lobby of the Wellness Center. • To register or obtain more information on Shape-Up RI you can access www.shapeupri.org. Questions on the program can also be directed to Jen DiPrete, Health and Wellness Coordinator or Human Resources. Click Here to Return to Main Page

  3. PERSONAL TRAINING AT BRYANT UNIVERSITY • Bryant University is now offering individual and small group personal training programs. These programs are available in the areas of strength training, cardiovascular training and flexibility and core training (yoga and Pilates). • INDIVIDUAL RATES: • Single Session:  $55/hour • Four or more session package: $50/hour • GROUP RATES: •   2 people: $35/hour per person • 3 or 4 people $20/hour per person • 5 or 6 people $15/hour per person • Training will be offered by Jodi Lamagna. Jodi is an ACE certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor. She has worked at Bryant University teaching group exercise classes since Jan. 2007. She also leads yoga and flexibility training classes for many of the varsity athletic teams. She trained many Bryant faculty and staff members in small group personal training sessions during the summer of 2007 to help them achieve their fitness and weight loss goals. • Jodi is also a personal trainer at Gold’s Gym. She has helped her clients to lose weight and to rehabilitate injuries after they have completed their physical therapy requirements. She has also trained clients for physical fitness exams such as the firefighter and police exams and has helped clients increase strength and flexibility. She has provided sport specific training for clients who compete in many different athletic areas. • To set up an appointment or for more information, contact her at extension 20728 or click here to send an e-mail. Click Here to Return to Main Page

  4. Good Health Benefit Spring Sessions Questions? Contact Human Resources at x6013. Click Here to Return to Main Page