Daily exercise promotes good health and helps to prevent chronic disease such as diabetes, osteoporosis, heart disease, stroke and certain types of cancer.
Outlined below is a range of exercise and fitness programs that are suitable for people with disabilities and older people in the Macedon Ranges.
Aquatic centres in Gisborne and Kyneton hold regular aqua aerobic classes to suit all levels.
AustCycle is a six week program perfect for adults who want to gain the confidence to learn to ride or get back on a bike and bike riding is a great low impact way to get some exercise.
For more information, see: AustCycle
Back in the Game is a free series of modified physical activity sessions for seniors in Romsey and Woodend.
Warm Water Exercise increases flexibility, fitness, muscular strength and can relieve muscular tension and pain.
Regular classes are held in the warm water exercise pool at the Kyneton Toyota Sports & Aquatic Centre. To find out more or book a place, see: Aquatic programs
If you are looking to get back into exercise, develop strength, improve your balance and maintain your weight then come and try a Strength for Health class.
Classes are held in Kyneton and Woodend.
For more information, see: Strength for Health
There are various walking groups held throughout the shire each week.
For more information, see: Walking groups
This is a circuit based program for older adults which builds muscle and cardiovascular strength and helps maintain a healthy mind and body.