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Community Wellness Day 2017

Community Wellness Day is back! If you have health and fitness goals set for the new year, this is the event for you! The Cullman Wellness and Aquatic Center will be open FREE to the public on Saturday, January 7, 2017 from 7am-5pm. Here is everything you need to know about the event!
Who can attend? YOU! Not a member of the Cullman Wellness and Aquatic Center? Not a problem, on Community Wellness Day admission is FREE to nonmembers! If you are a member, that doesn’t mean you won’t benefit from coming to this event. There will be a little bit of something for everyone!
What will be going on at Community Wellness Day? This won’t be just a regular Saturday at the gym! ALL memberships opened on this day will be $50 off when you sign-up. The Cullman Wellness and Aquatic Center will be open for workouts, fitness classes, swimming, basketball, and a health fair! The facility will offer it’s regularly scheduled fitness classes, plus a few more so that visitors can try a little bit of everythi…

Staying Fit During the Holiday Season

Tis the season for homemade sweets that only come around one time of the year. These tempting treats usually come with obligatory attendance to an event with family, friends, or coworkers. So, since you’re at a party and your favorite treat won’t stop staring at you it’s time to splurge, right? You can always work it off later, but the holiday season busiest time of the year. So, what if later doesn’t come until February?
From Thanksgiving to New Year’s there seems to be a giant conga line of delicious foods everywhere you turn. The key to enjoying your favorite holiday treats and staying fit is all about prioritizing. If you know the dates and times to parties and events, mark them in your calendar and plan daily exercise around these events. Here’s the deal, it is the holiday season so here are a few things to think about about while getting into the spirit of things.
First things first, don’t panic. Your food choices do not equal your value as a person. The holiday season is a cha…