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New Year, New You – CHWB Experts on Healthy Eating and Exercise

Posted January 29, 2021 | By ale_bellot

Digital Education Programming Presented by the
Center for Health & Wellbeing

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January was “New Year, New You” Month at the Center for Health & Wellbeing, and while this practice of setting New Year’s resolutions can sometimes lead people to bite off more than they can chew, going after resolutions can also present great opportunities to overcome struggles with willpower, conquer unhealthy habits with determination, and focus on meaningful pursuits of wellbeing, from the physical to the spiritual. In this program, you’ll hear experts from AdventHealth and the Crosby Wellness Center teach you how to create a health-conscious “New You” in 2021.

AdventHealth Registered Dietician Sherri Flynt discusses the balance of eating healthy and staying active. You’ll learn what nutrient-dense foods fuel your body and assist you with your workout. Flynt also shares tips on taking small steps — physically and nutritionally — while beginning your new regime. Crosby Wellness Center Fitness Specialist and certified Personal Trainer Bri-Ana Johnson shared how you can choose the best exercises, rep schemes, exercise duration and intensity to safely achieve your physical activity goals.

This program was presented by the Center for Health & Wellbeing in collaboration with AdventHealth and the Crosby Wellness Center.

About Your Program Presenters

About Sherri Flynt, MPH, RD, LD, AdventHealth
Sherri Flynt is a registered dietitian who currently manages the Center for Nutritional Excellence and New Day, New Weigh weight management program. Flynt has the privilege of working with a dedicated team that has a passion for helping individuals achieve optimal health. She has had several positions with AdventHealth including outpatient dietitian and supervisor of Corporate/Community Services. In 1989, she relocated to Orlando, Florida from Alabama and joined AdventHealth where she has been for the past 31 years. She is also co-author of “SuperSized Kids: How to Rescue Your Child from the Obesity Threat” and “Simply Healthy: The Art of Eating Well” cookbook. Flynt grew up on a farm in Washington state and graduated with a degree in Health Education from Walla Walla College. She went on to get her Master’s degree in Public Health from Loma Linda University. While at Loma Linda University, she took additional courses in nutrition and became a registered dietitian in 1985. Her first job landed her at a small community hospital in Alabama, where she spent three years overseeing the cafeteria and patient tray line and providing nutrition education. When Flynt isn’t helping people make healthier lifestyle choices, she enjoys reading, gardening, going to the beach and cheering for the Seattle Seahawks.

About Bri-Ana Johnson, Crosby Wellness Center
Bri-Ana Johnson is a fitness specialist and is a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) certified personal trainer. Johnson specializes in strength training, general nutrition and cognitive health. She holds a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Central Florida and has served on a volunteer coaching staff to several youth girls basketball teams.