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AAHP's May Brother 2 Brother Talk to Focus on Self-Care and Healthy Habits

AAHP’s Brother 2 Brother Talk on Thursday, May 23 at 6:30 PM at the Plum Gar Community Recreation Center will address an essential topic for Black men: self-care and healthy habits. Self-care is crucial for Black men, who often face unique stressors and have higher risks for chronic disease compared to men of other races/ethnicities. This event will focus on how Black men can maintain and enhance their physical, mental, and emotional well-being through self-care and healthy habits. Attendees will learn about practical methods to integrate self-care practices into their daily lives. The class will also explore various stretching methods, joint mobility exercises, and self-myofascial release. Attendees will learn how to effectively use a foam roller and start physical workouts properly for optimal performance. This knowledge will empower and encourage attendees to prioritize their health and well-being.

View and download the flyer here.

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