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Fitness Focused: How to Have a Balanced & Healthy Lifestyle

fitnessEconomics. Do you have an active lifestyle? Did you know that regular exercise can also help you maintain a positive outlook on life? Be inspired by Queen’s Executive Program Lifestyle Component referred to as a life changing experience.

How to Have a Healthy & Balanced Lifestyle 

Easy How to Tips on Getting & Staying Fit  

Getting some exercise will make you feel better - both body and soul.

Health Canada has a booklet titled: Health and Well-Being 

Walking, hiking, dancing, gardening, fitness or sports clubs and outdoor adventures are just a few of things you can do to get into the habit of being fit.  

How to fit fitness into your life. “No matter what your age or stage, you’ll feel better if you work in a workout.”

Queen’s University Executive Program, The Lifestyle Component   

“While our alumni consistently rave about the Program’s curriculum and outstanding session leaders, many have referred to the Lifestyle Component as a life-changing experience.

In today’s hectic world, workplace deadlines and personal responsibilities can often leave you with little time for yourself. And yet, your ability to lead and manage at work is greatly affected by your mental, physical, and emotional well-being. The Lifestyle Component of Queen’s Executive Program provides you with information, insights, and strategies for achieving a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Away from the daily challenges of work, you will have the opportunity to reflect on and affirm your personal goals and aspirations while you try new activities, and develop a plan to make time for yourself.

Our Lifestyle Component is based on a simple ABC philosophy. Participants are encouraged to consider three elements while at Queen’s for the three weeks:

Attitude: Approaching life with a positive attitude

Balance: Creating balance in all aspects of your life, both personal and professional

Commitment: Staying committed to your goals

Queen’s Executive Program includes a variety of optional recreational activities, such as: rock climbing, yoga, golf, running and walking groups, racquet and team sports, bike tours, pottery, culinary classes, historical and architectural tours, and seminars on a variety of topics. Weekend activities include a day trip to Ottawa, our nation’s capital, Thousand Islands boat tours, sailing, sport fishing, wine tours, and visits to many other local attractions.”

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