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Center for Advanced Energy Studies COVID seminar series resumes July 6 with presentation on physical activity

July 1, 2020

CAES’ Coping During COVID seminar series resumes from 1 to 2 p.m. July 6 with a presentation by Leslee Blanch, a Family and Consumer Science Associate Extension Educator for the University of Idaho Bonneville County Extension.

A certified fitness instructor and registered dietitian who teaches a variety of health and wellness classes for the community at the University of Idaho Bonneville County Extension, Blanch will discuss the importance of physical activity even in the midst of a pandemic.

Her presentation, Keeping Physically Active During COVID-19: Meeting the Challenge!, will equip attendees with practical tips for physical movement in our current health environment, where physical activity can be difficult to maintain. 

It is the third installment in the Coping With COVID seminar series, which is intended to help you deal with the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. The first session featured a presentation on mental health by INL Employee Assistance Program Counselor Dr. Dan Weinrich. The topic of the second session was nutrition and featured a presentation by Idaho State University Sports Dietitian Natalie Christensen. Slides and recordings of both presentations are available on the CAES web site. 

Registration is required for the presentation on July 6. Go here to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with additional information.


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