We want YOU! The American Heart Association, and our generous sponsors, are seeking applicants for this life-changing challenge. We want applications from women that have a desire to change their lifestyle in order to improve their body and mind to live a healthier life. We will select 12 women to participate in the BetterU Challenge and recognize you at the Capital Region’s Go Red for Women Luncheon Thursday, May 16, 2019.
The 12 women selected will participate in a 12-week HEART HEALTH program. Participants will work with various community partners to learn to be well from the inside out. The program will include a 12-week membership with a personal trainer from the Capital District YMCA, a nutrition workshop by Price Chopper/Market 32, health screenings, weekly workouts with emotional support, pampering experience by Macy’s and complimentary day of event beauty treatment.
AHA office, 4 Atrium Drive, Albany
Clifton Park and Guilderland YMCA locations
SEFCU Headquarters and CAP COM FCU, Albany
Completed applications are due January 24th. Semi-finalists will be chosen by Feb. 4th, followed by interviews Feb. 7th - 14th. Finalists will be announced by Feb. 15th followed by a kick-off event on Feb. 19th. The 12-week challenge will launch with the first group workout on February 26th and will conclude with the Go Red for Women Luncheon on May 16th, 2019.
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. In fact, 1 in 30 women die of breast cancer, but about 1 in every 3 women will die of heart disease, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases; 1 every 80 seconds! Despite these staggering facts, only a small percentage of women consider heart disease a health threat. We have set out to change this perception and change these statistics.
Simply complete application and submit it by Jan. 24th deadline to:
American Heart Association BetterU Program
4 Atrium Drive, Suite 100
Albany, N.Y. 12205
DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERE!
Go Red for Women celebrates the energy, passion and power we have as women to band together to wipe out heart disease and stroke. It’s time for a BetterU!