Wednesday, January 20, 2021 - 12:00pm to Wednesday, January 27, 2021 - 1:00pm
Host: 
University of Maryland Alumni Association
Venue: 
Zoom Link provided upon registration


We are excited for you to join us for New Year, New You 2021- a 4-part interactive series for alumni to learn about setting goals for the upcoming year. This series will cover goal setting relating to personal goals, professional goals, mental and emotional health goals, and fitness goals. Please join us for one or all of the sessions- every Wednesday in January from 12-1pm ET.


Wednesday, January 20: Create fitness goals and take a workout class in the New Year with Leah Rich `14

Workshop Description: 

Join Leah to gather a better understanding WHY physical activity is necessary for your body and mind. In this session you will learn:

  • How to schedule workouts that provide you with the strength, cardio and mobility for a balanced body.
  • How to create realistic and personal goals that will keep you motivated when the excitement of the new year fades.
  • Specific strategies for holding yourself accountable and staying consistent through life's hurdles.
  • 30-minute balanced workout with kickboxing exercises and full body strength training.


Information about the trainer:

Leah Rich graduated from the University of Maryland as a Kinesiology in 2014. She spent her time in college working at the Eppley Recreation Center as a fitness instructor, personal trainer and program assistant for fitness programming. Her passion for movement continued and led her to create her business, Rich Motion, offering virtual fitness classes, workplace wellness services and education for aspiring instructors.


She teaches HIIT, kickboxing, strength training, barre and yoga with music and movement that will keep you engaged and energized in the comfort of your own home! She believes movement brings out your strength and resilience and gives you the energy to show up full out in the rest of your day. Her goal is to help you see daily movement as a gift instead of a burden. 

After participating with Leah, you’ll have the opportunity to follow up with this offer:

  • 30% off your first month in the Rich Motion Virtual Studio
  • Set up a fitness class for your company

Wednesday, January 27- How to identify your own personal goals for the New Year with Austin Walker `11

What to expect:

Biases exist. We all have them. How these biases influence our life, oftentimes go without notice. Coaching can be a tool to help distinguish the biases and stories that we've told ourselves, to create new possibilities. As we embark on a new year, this workgroup is intended to discuss the influence wellness tools can bring to your yearly and life goals while empowering each individual to be a cause for what they wish to create. 

What you should take away:
-Understand the difference between coaching, therapy, consulting 

-How taking an introspective look into your internal biases are impacting the relationship to your life projects

-Be at cause for what you want to create and experience in your life.
-Leave with guidance for a self-evaluation exercise to discover your Essence. 


Information about the trainer:

Austin Walker is a life coach. Austin is the founder of RAW Coaching, a practice dedicated to empowering people to find their life purpose and take ownership of living the life of their dreams. Austin is a passionate, enthusiastic, and relentlessly optimistic force, who strives to make a distinct impact on all whom he encounters. Austin is a believer that positive energy, enthusiasm, and authenticity are wildly contagious. He unapologetically exudes these traits. As a coach, Austin works with people to create what they haven’t yet been able to experience. What he loves most about coaching is that he gets to use passion and energy to partner with others as they navigate the unknowns in their life journey while being in full advocacy for what his clients are creating. Austin co-hosts the podcast, Purpenthicity, which focuses on purpose identification and encourages listeners to embrace the power in their authentic self. Austin's mission is to help people live their life on purpose. When Austin isn't coaching he is actively involved in the Terps alumni association, enjoying NYC's fine dining, and seeking outlets to live new experiences.

Cost: 

Free

RSVP by: 
Jan 26
Contact: 

For Questions:
Steve Glickman
Steveg@umd.edu