Wednesday, February 22, 2012


Hi everyone out there in blogger land! Welcome to the first week of the Wheaton Wellness Blog! Each week you will have experts(dare we call ourselves that?!) :) to you about anything and everything that deals with wellness. Since this is our first day together- just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Sheri and I work at Covenant-Kimball Ridge Center in the outpatient rehab and wellness facility. I really enjoy working here and one of the best things about my job is seeing all you hard working peeps out there working so hard to become healthier and more fit in the gym or in the fitness classes! I just wanted to give a big HOO RAH to the RIPT participants who are in week of the program and continue to work their butts off(litterally!) It's fantastic to see you work so hard in class and I know you are seeing and feeling the benefits of working so hard! Hard work definitely pays off...and it can be fun, right?!?! If you are just starting a new wellness/fitness program and need advice or help....don't hesitate to call us or stop in! Remember- it takes about 6 weeks to create a habit- so never give up! Let us know if you have questions out there that we can help you with. In the mean time...keep moving!

Tip of the week: When walking or running on a treadmill, always put it at an slight incline. This helps take tork off your knee(if you have knee issues) and you are running against resisitance. If you keep the treadmill flat- it is PULLING YOU.....the incline will make you work harder and burn more calories. Sheri


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