Health and Fitness at The Chesapeake
Empowering you to keep your body healthy.
It is the philosophy of The Chesapeake to enhance the lives of all by providing wellness programs that encourage and develop a balance of the mind, body and spirit.
Wellness programs focus on prevention of health risks such as falls, illness, and isolation in all dimensions of wellness. The goal of the Wellness department is to provide and maintain continued enhancement of quality of life during all stages of life.
We offer integration of the six dimensions of wellness in our programs which include physical, social, emotional, spiritual, vocational and intellectual. Our residents experience programs with safe progression and shared understanding throughout the community. Residents have the opportunity to develop and grow in these dimensions of wellness in an encouraging and supportive environment.
Some of our health and fitness amenities include:
- Fitness center and heated, indoor saltwater pool open 24/7.
- Soothing, whirlpool and sauna
- Certified fitness trainers to introduce you to equipment, answer any questions you may have, and even customize specific fitness programs for your needs and goals
- A variety of group exercise classes including yoga, aqua aerobics, and balance classes.
- Aqua Aerobics– A 60 minute moderate to high intensity water class that uses both aquatic weights and pool noodles for an allover body workout. A variety of both leg and arm exercises are performed in shallow water (no swimming skills required).
- Aqua Ease– A 45 minute low intensity water class designed to improve range of motion, flexibility and balance. Aqua weights and noodles are both used to provide overall upper and lower body workout.
- Peake Fitness I– A 45 minute low intensity aerobics program designed to improve flexibility, balance, endurance and strength.
- Peake Fitness II– This 45 minute moderate intensity class designed to increase muscular strength, range of motion, and balance.
- Balance Class– This 45 minute low to moderate intensity class focuses on hip and leg strengthening as well as balance training for fall prevention. These exercises are designed to increase stability and balance.
- Corn Toss– Also known as Corn hole, this is a light to moderate activity, one hour in length. Residents take turns throwing 1 lb. corn hole bags toward their designated board for points.