Fitness

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Ladies night every Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Harlem Center!

Ladies, come join in every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the PAL Harlem Center located on 441 Manhattan Avenue for an evening of fitness!

Fundraising for the Excellence in School Wellness Award

For the past three years the New York City Strategic Alliance for Health (SAfH) has been working with community based organizations, parents, school personnel and the wider public health community to make the Excellence in School Wellness Award the primary tool to recognize and motivate NYC ele

A Fitness/Aerobics Intructor in Training, from the Harlem Health Promotion Center!

Tenisha DeWindt, from the Harlem Health Promotion Center, who is training to become a certified fitness and aerobics instructor with the Department of Parks & Recreation, held her first aerobics session at the Hike the Heights event on June 4th at Highbridge Pa

Science & Health: “Getting to School- A Neighborhood Report” by the Harlem, Brooklyn and Bronx District Public Health Offices

Physical activity helps children stay at a healthy weight and do better in school, but many New York City students do not get enough. Walking, biking or riding a skateboard or scooter are all great ways to add physical activity.

Free martial arts class for kids

Nov 22 2014 1:00 pm
Oct 1 2015 12:00 pm

Have fun with a free Capoeira Angola class right here in our neighborhood! This form of martial arts puts together the element of dance, music, and singing.  These classes help build flexibility, confidence, and self-defense. So bring your kids and watch them master the skills of Capoeira Angola!

Did you know…you could reduce the chances of your bike being stolen with the “Operation ID-Bicycle Registration” program?

Biking in NYC has become popular as people use it as a way to save money on public transport, get fit, and have fun!

But, there are some downsides—especially the chance that your bike could be stolen if it is left unattended and not properly secured.

In the News: Exercise as ADHD Medicine

In the News: Exercise could help with ADHD

Healthy Tip of the Week (HTW): September 29--October 6, 2014

Today is World Heart Day! Help fight heart disease by making heart healthy choices in your own life. Try to get your heart to do a little more, by doing some jumping jacks or even just running up the stairs. If you can, make it a goal to continue even after today!

Harlem Word: Dr. Barry H. Smith shares about the Run for Rogosin Run/Walk

Dr. Barry H. Smith is currently President/CEO of The Rogosin Institute, Professor of Clinical Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College and Attending Physician at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

Healthy Tip of the Week (HTW): June 23 - June 30, 2014

Exercising is important for staying healthy and living a longer life. There are plenty of ways to work out in your home, or close by it, in order to be healthy!

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