Beat It Online Program

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Program starts: Tuesday 11 May 2021

When: Every Tuesday & Thursday from 11:30am - 12:30pm

About

This 8-week physical activity and lifestyle program, delivered entirely online using a video conferencing platform (e.g. Zoom) by Accredited Exercise Physiologists.

What does the program involve?

  • Regular exercise and healthy eating are key components in helping you better manage your diabetes and improve your general health and wellbeing
  • Beat It Online is a video session based program that runs for 8 weeks. It involves moderate intensity aerobic, strength and balance based exercises as well as education sessions on healthy living topics. To participate, you must be able to commit to the entire 8 week program (two x 1 hour sessions per week)
  • Classes start slowly and build up as you become fitter, stronger and more confident
  • Exercise Physiologists tailor specific exercise programs to each individual based on their needs
  • This program is run by contracted Exercise Physiologists who have undergone training to provide the Beat It Program by Diabetes Queensland
To participate in this program you must have access to the following:
  1. An adequate internet connection to support video calls 
  2. Device with a front-facing camera to participate in the video sessions 
  3. An email address, so the trainer can send you paperwork and session invitations 

Places are limited and registrations are required. 

If you have any further questions please call our NDSS Helpline on 1800 637 700, or email events@diabetesqld.org.au
 
The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is an initiative of the Australian Government and is administered by Diabetes Australia. The NDSS agent in Queensland is Diabetes Queensland. Find out more about the NDSS at ndss.com.au or call the NDSS Helpline on 1800 637 700.

Event Details

Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes Tuesday, 11 May 2021 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM FREE

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