Winona Wellness software gives to ‘Speed’ physical fitness

WINONA — Getting your wellbeing again on keep track of is what Winona Health’s new HealthyFit “Speed” software is all about.

The four-7 days program, beginning Feb. 3, is created to be a convenient way for persons to improve their health and fitness by aiding them established a goal and providing tips for accomplishing it. The method is held virtually, with a tiny team of participants per session.

The four sessions around 4 months incorporate 1-on-one particular examine-ins with a dietitian, who can assistance established and meet your well being intention. Subjects coated include things like how to build a healthful food self-monitoring of calorie ingestion how to read through and realize diet specifics labels suggestions for complete carbohydrate, protein and nutritional fats ingestion each and every working day portion control and instructed serving dimensions of specified forms of meals sample recipes and meal-planning sources and behavioral alterations that established you up for good results, as properly as working with setbacks.

“Now is a excellent time to spend in on your own and concentrate on your wellness,” said Winona Health and fitness registered dietitian Kayla Roland. “Think of this as the very best gift you can give on your own, and imagine how a lot superior you can experience in 2021.”

Roland will direct the grownup pounds-administration plan via a virtual system accessible anywhere there is world-wide-web obtain and a computer, pill or smartphone.


Regardless of what your balanced plans could be, from lower cholesterol and improved toughness and endurance to lessening part dimensions for effective fat reduction, the Velocity software can assistance you reach individuals plans.

The software is accessible from 4 to 5 p.m. Feb. 3, 10, 17 and March 3, and from 11 a.m. to midday March 10, 17, 24 and 31.

The cost for the four-week application is $63, and course measurement is restricted. For more data or to sign up, call plan facilitator Kayla Roland at 507-457-4161 or go to winonahealth.org/wellness.