Are you ready to improve your health? Have you decided it is time for you to start exercising regularly? A regular exercise program can help with weight management, reduce diabetes and stroke risk, increase energy levels, and improve overall sense of well-being.

The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service in Logan County is offering a group fitness program, Extension Get Fit, to help adults increase strength, flexibility, and balance. This 12-week program uses dumbbells and ankle weights to improve fitness in a fun and relaxed one-hour class.

Sessions will meet twice weekly on Monday and Wednesday from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Magazine. The class will be instructed by Charla Hammonds, County Extension Agent, who has been trained to lead the program.

To participate in the program, you must be 18 years or older. Space is limited, so sign up now by contacting the Logan County Extension Office at 675-2787 or 963-2360 by emailing ckhammonds@uaex.edu by the Sept. 6 registration deadline.

Classes will start on Sept. 11. Cost for participating in the program is $12, which includes all sessions and a fitness assessment.