Join us for an informational conversation with Caleb Weinhardt from FORGE. Physical activity comes in all forms, and we can all find different ways to incorporate enjoyable movement into our lives! This session discusses strategies for staying active safely during our current health crisis, finding joy in new routines, moving our bodies, incorporating the outdoors into our physical activity, and caring for our physical and mental health.
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What does “Staying Active” mean?: 5:57
Benefits of physical activity: 8:27
Staying active during COVID-19: 10:45
Safety tips for exercising during COVID-19: 14:29
Outdoor opportunities in Milwaukee: 17:54
Workout/exercise apps: 20:24
Creative ideas for getting outside: 23:31
Are beaches & parks open in MKE? 27:14
Does “Zombies, Run!” actually ask you to run? 28:25
Exercising without equipment? 29:33
Strength building vs. cardio? 33:19
How to find activities that bring joy? 34:37
Safety/hygiene precautions during COVID? 38:49
Exercise and stress? 41:23
How to set realistic goals? 44:32
Exercising with others in your quarantine “bubble”? 48:10
Keeping a written exercise log? 51:55
Safety tips for trans folks while exercising in public? 55:13
PRESENTER: CALEB WEINHARDT
Caleb Weinhardt is an undergraduate student at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, and studies Psychology. His previous work with FORGE has included leading outdoor activities with the FORGE Outdoors program and organizing volunteers during Milwaukee PrideFest. In his spare time, Caleb enjoys running, hiking, and biking outside, rock climbing, and foraging wild plants!
Recorded on June 20, 2020.