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Physical Activity

Find the right exercise plan just for you

Fitness and motion of any kind – even something as simple as walking – are essential for long-term well-being and serve as the cornerstone for any wellness journey.

Lee Health employs personal trainers, physical therapists, and other experts who tirelessly work on the right exercise plan for you.

Physical activity feeds the body, heart, and brain. As part of a regular regime, exercise wards off conditions and lights a fire in your spirit.

Regular movement also brings people together as more community members invest in preventive health. Let us help you find something to enjoy so that working out doesn’t feel like a chore. You just might make a friend and have some fun!

That personal touch extends to our services at both our Cape Coral and Babcock Ranch Healthy Life Center locations. Our experts will help you feel better and more energetic every day.

Our physical activity services

Lee Health’s Healthy Life Centers have modern exercise machines with the latest technology, aerobic and cycling programs, seminars that stress education and examine new trends, water aerobics, a basketball court, yoga, pickleball, walking clubs, and more.

But it’s more than that: We encourage realistic goals. We perform fitness and body age assessments. We help you feel at ease and eliminate frustration that accompanies a lack of fitness results.

  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Family yoga
  • Fitness class
  • Physical therapy
  • Walking club
  • Group exercise classes
  • Mind & Body program
  • Personal & group training
  • Basketball courts
  • Body age assessment
  • Pickleball
  • Master's swim program
  • Youth swim team
  • Swim lessons
  • Free weights
  • Fitness assessment

Health experts say spending more time exercising can reduce your need for medication.

“By incorporating exercise one can obtain positive health outcomes, such as lower blood pressure, control of diabetes and blood sugar, reduction of stress, anxiety, and depression, plus the many, many more benefits of exercise,” said Michelle Hudson, a personal health advocate for Lee Health.

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