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“No Excuses, Just Start” - Learning League to Kick Off Post-Holiday Get Healthy Clinic

The Learning League and the Health Club without Walls plan to  kick off their “no excuses” clinic in January.   The Learning League and the Health Club without Walls plan to kick off their “no excuses” clinic in January.

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The message is simple: Do something fun, get healthy and get rewarded in exchange for your efforts. 

“It’s a No Excuses – Just Start” clinic, says program coordinator Billy Yaiser. “And this is something everyone can do.”

How it works: participants sign up in advance and attend one clinic a week for about an hour at a time, where low-impact physical activity games will be on the agenda. Attendees earn points for their attendance, and those reward points earn certificates redeemable at area eateries or stores.

The program is anticipated to begin in mid-January and Yaiser is eyeing the Saratoga Springs recreation facility on Vanderbilt Avenue as the program staging ground where a flexible schedule of events are expected to be held weekday nights and Sundays. 

The pre-holiday season is an appropriate time to be thinking about some physical activity in the immediate post-holiday, Yaiser says. 

“You go at your own pace, and it will give you a little cardio without killing you,” he says with a laugh.  “Also, a portion of the proceeds will go to fund programs for disabled community members,” says Yaiser, who as founder of Second Chance Sports has helped coordinate events and fitness therapy clinics across the state for several decades, as well as teaching sports to the mentally and physically disabled. 

Each clinic session can host about a dozen people. Activities will help with hand-eye coordination and balance, and the physical activity involved is something anyone can do, regardless of age or physical condition, Yaiser says. 

For more information about sign-ups and clinic times call or text Yaiser 518-226-5888. Everyone who signs up will receive a special Saratoga present that can’t be purchased anywhere else, Yaiser said. 

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