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Nov 28, 2017 · A Climbing We Will Go Workout

In anticipation for our 12 Days of Fitness program, we are featuring an Incline Training workout from last year’s program. Get ready to climb and work those muscles in challenging intervals that will burn calories and keep your workout interesting. Print off the pdf here. And remember to refrain from holding onto the handles! Happy climbing!

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Jul 27, 2017 · Birthday Workout

Celebrate your health + this facility with a workout! Start with a 5-minute dynamic warm-up. Then, complete both circuits shown below 3 times for the ultimate birthday wish to Mr. Abraham. End with a 5-minute cool down and stretch.

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Nov 29, 2016 · Quick Incline Workout

Burn off those holiday calories with this quick, 30-minute incline workout that can be done using the Free Motion Incline Trainer. Keep your speed set at 2-4 mph.

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Jun 2, 2015 · Jump Into July Fitness Challenge!

DAHLC HWC-0056Did you know jumping rope can burn more than 10 calories per minute?  That’s 100 calories in 10 minutes!  Sign up today for the Jumping into July Fitness Challenge.  Each week participants will receive two jump rope circuit challenges.  Learn new jump rope techniques each week and get your heart pumping while you’re jumping!

Registration opens June 10.  Program begins July 6 and runs  through July 31.  All workouts will be emailed and completed on member’s own time.  Members will record their workouts on tracking sheets provided by program lead.  Welcome email will be sent out with additional program details and information.  Questions?   Contact  Call 507-266-4688 to register!

Apr 21, 2015 · Mama Let's Move...


DAHLC Pregnancy-2468When I started my career at the DAHLC, I’ll never forget the time I met my first prenatal client. I began thinking to myself, what exercises are safe? How am I going to work around this growing belly? So many questions and I was very curious to learn more! The more I kept reading, the more fascinating it was.  I enjoyed learning about all the changes the body experiences to create another little human.

I have been working with the prenatal population for the past 6 years, and I couldn’t feel more honored to be a part of their pregnancy journey.  Pregnancy is an amazing time in one’s life. It is a time filled with many physical and emotional changes. There can be many discomforts during pregnancy – hip and back pain, swelling, to name a few.  The great news is moving can help ease some of these discomforts.  When I was pregnant with my daughter, staying active helped me better manage pelvic and low back pain. Staying active during pregnancy not only benefits mom but also baby.


DAHLC-group side plankI’m an advocate for strength training during pregnancy.  Including 2-3 days of strength training during your week can help you feel strong and confident going in to labor.  Many moms would agree that labor and delivery is a lot like a marathon, so why not prepare your body for the big event! Personally, I wouldn’t want to run a marathon without having some training runs in my plan. Having your muscles strong and flexible will only help during the labor and delivery process.

Another benefit with having an active pregnancy is a quicker recovery postpartum.  Baby will continue to grow, and the car seat and baby carrier will get a little heavier each month. Having a good strength base helps you handle the physical workload of motherhood.

Not sure where to start with exercise during pregnancy? I encourage you to sign-up for one of our 6-week prenatal training offerings. You can contact me,, to find out more about session dates/times.

So Mama, let’s move!! Now is the time to take care of you and baby!