360 Active Campus
Type of Exhibitor / Vendor:
- Speakers Bureau
How an active lifestyle improves your health as well as your grades! Bring your life full circle.
If you walk into any college dorm room across the nation, you’ll see some of the most creative and unhealthy meals. College students consume anything and everything, from pop tarts and ramen noodles, to McDonald’s and potato chips. These unhealthy meals, along with other poor lifestyle choices, can lead to stress, depression, and severe illness. Julius Hearn is here to guide college students into a healthy lifestyle, and hopefully make your life a little easier.
Julius’ goal is to enlighten and mentor young adults at the high school and college level on overall health and well-being.
Learning objectives include:
-How to grocery shop on a $50 weekly budget
-How to make quick, easy and nutritious meals
-How to avoid the Freshman 15
-Effective 10-minute workouts
-Identifying key nutrients that help with specific issues (like sugar cravings, smoking, etc.)
Julius offers 3 different packages:
1.Keynote: the underlying message of being more active and making better nutritional decisions to better brain function and overall health.
Keynote topics include:
-Eating healthy on a budget
-Using food and certain nutrients as medicine
-Long-term effects of an unhealthy diet
2. Keynote & Workshop(s): 45-minute-long presentation
Workshop demonstrations include:Portion control
Exercising in small spacesQ & A
3. Keynote, Workshop(s), Bootcamp & Run:
Bootcamp & Run for men and women of all ages includes:Resistance, aerobic, & anaerobic movements
2-3 mile charity run to raise awareness of healthy college living
- Region I (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT)
- Region II (DC, DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA, WV)
- Region III (AL, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, TX, VA)
- Region IV-E (IA, IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI)
- Region IV-W (AR, CO, KS, MO, ND, NE, NM, OK, SD, WY)
- Region V (AK, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA)
- Region VI (AZ, CA, HI)
Call our office at 773-481-2600 or email all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.