Multiple sessions will be offered, on various themes, as part of several new free weight management programs.
Senior Public Health Advisor James Moodie believes it is important to provide these types of services.
He said: “At Wigan Council, we are committed to ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to find the right activity and the right support to be active and live healthier, happier lives.
“Leading a healthy lifestyle and being active is important to all of us when it comes to staying well physically and mentally.
“The long-term health benefits of a healthy lifestyle include better mental health, a reduced risk of illnesses such as heart disease and diabetes, and it may even help prevent falls later in life that lead to dementia. ‘other problems.
“Short-term physical activity can improve our mental health, reducing stress, anxiety and fatigue so that we feel the rewards almost immediately.”
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One of them is related to dance and is hosted by BeWell Wigan.
This will offer nutritional advice to help people lose weight safely.
On top of that, they are continuing to work with Wigan Warriors and Leigh Centurions to bring touch rugby to the locals, with mixed sessions set to begin as well.
BeWell will also support people who want to start running, walking or cycling.
Meanwhile, while recreation centers normally see an increase in inquiries and memberships at the start of each year, the restrictions make any increases difficult to predict.
A spokesperson said: “After the closures we found that most people wanted to return to our recreation centers and wellness services and the security measures we had in place made them feel safe. comfortable while being active.
“With more and more people looking for outdoor options, we saw increased interest in our watersports offering at Scotman’s Flash, which was one of the first things we were able to reopen.
“There was also great interest in our walking, running and biking programs and our outdoor fitness classes that we were able to offer at the recreation centers, Haigh Woodland Park and Pennington Flash.
“During the lockdown, we were able to offer free online classes and exercises as part of our recreation and wellness programs, the health of many people suffered, especially those living with health issues.
“Nationally, we have seen a higher risk of falls in the elderly and many people living with long-term health problems see their condition worsening.
“Since the reopening, we have seen a large number of people seek to join our wellness offering, including strength and balance (prevention of falls), long-term ailments (cardiac / pulmonary rehabilitation, management of pain) and a high demand for our weight management services.
“Our inclusive services such as Wheels for All, Disability Swim, Assisted Gym and Family Sessions were missed by service users during the lockdown and have also generated great interest since reopening.
“These supported services offer many the chance to be active in accessible and supported settings, and for young people in particular, they offer a chance to be active with their family and friends.”
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