UNH Speakers Bureau

Aerobics/Exercise Class of Various Types - Lecture/Practical Training

 

Program Description:

Where do you begin an exercise program? What types of activities should you do? Cardiovascular training or strength training? Start with a participatory lecture on a topic of interest and finish with some practical experience and a desire to get fit and/or keep going with an existing program. This program may include music, PowerPoint presentation and even group exercise!


Speaker:

Linda Hayden

Linda Hayden is an Assistant Director in the UNH Campus Recreation Department where she oversees all fitness (noncredit), American Red Cross, and aquatic programs. Linda has been with UNH since 1986. Her undergraduate degree was in Health & Physical Education (K-12) and her Masters Degree was in Athletic Administration. Linda is a certified instructor in group fitness, and CPR/First Aid, as well as an instructor trainer in CPR/First Aid for the American Red Cross. Linda has enjoyed helping groups with different fitness topics and always looks for ways to engage her audience in active presentations. Having been in the fitness industry since 1981 in teaching and recreation, Linda is open to assisting organizations with any topic related to getting in shape, ways to workout, how to incorporate exercise into daily life, and fitness for all ages. She can also teach certification classes in CPR and first aid or just present informational workshops on first aid or aquatic safety.

Other topics offered by Linda Hayden