I would like to thank my new friends....Austin and Lane for coming up with such a great resource!
Link to come!
CHECK OUT OUR LIBRARY!!!
Here are some of the things we would recommend to help you stay active and healthy.
YOGA- Free YOGA
Take a yoga class from our staff. Hit schedule
YOGA CLASS DIRECTIONS- Remember get parents ok first.
- Follow the link from studio 170.
- Schedule your class
- Try and sign-up 45 minutes before class.
- You get a link with a confirmation email 30 minutes before class and a reminder 5 minutes before class.
- IF YOUR you using a computer you're all set!
- IPAD OR IPHONE you'll need to download the Hangouts Meet by Google before your class starts. This is a one time deal.
Remote Learning Option
TAKE A WALK!
Get that good play list on and get outside for 30 minutes and walk, FRESH AIR IS BEST! You can't get sick from the outside air and your adding some natural Vitamin D to your body. If you can't get outside here is a link to a walking workout for inside.
Keep track of your walks with Map My Walk App or Map My Ride (for getting on your bike) Screen shot it and keep it as a journal of your activities while remotely learning!
Take a Hike!
This is the perfect time of year to go explore new running, hiking, and biking trails in our area. The fresh air and tranquility of being in nature is perfect for taking a break from studying and hanging around the house. Here is a link for local trails (in or near Pittsford) or try the resource below!
-Download the AllTrails App!!! It is a free App that helps hikers to find their next trail. Just create an account, type in a city, park, or trail name, and you will receive a list of trails in that area with reviews, directions to the trail, the trail difficulty, and a trail map. The app also keeps track of which trails you have completed! This is the perfect resource for the avid hiker.
With the rainy season upon us, there are ample opportunities to go fishing! Fishing can be a relaxing way to spend time away from the hustle and bustle, while testing your skill and luck at catching the big one! Remember, in New York, a fishing license is required for anyone 16 and older! Check the takemefishing.org website for more details specific to NY regulations. Most importantly, practice safety!! Wear a life jacket, be cautious of changing water conditions, and only fish in areas deemed safe enough to do so!
Here is a useful guide to fishing in Monroe County:
Leave the Clubs at Home!
Maybe a hike or run through the woods, or sitting on the shore isn't your style. You want a bit of a challenge while out in nature and getting fresh air! Try disc golf!! You don't need top-of-the-line discs to go out and enjoy a round of disc golf (although you should bring them if you have them), a common frisbee or two will do the job just fine. Follow the link below to find all the info you need, including courses and scorecards!! OR make up your own course in a nearby area.