The Healthy Movement Project is aimed at increasing our members’ access to physical fitness activities with Peloton™ bikes for indoor cycling. The equipment was placed at locations where members spend a good portion of their time such as adult day programs and psychosocial rehabilitation programs. Peloton™ designs commercial grade bicycles which are durable, user-friendly, and have interactive classes that help guide and promote use.
Participants in the Healthy Movement Project were chosen from a Request for Proposal process that closed May 3, 2019. A total of 63 bikes are awarded to 19 provider organizations at 55 different locations throughout the Trillium catchment area.
Programs received the bikes include social recreation programs, group homes, adult day vocational programs, psychosocial rehabilitation programs, and day treatment programs.
Sites were chosen based on funding availability, completeness of application, serving a high volume of members, and covering as many counties in our catchment area as possible. Sites will report on participant use of the equipment and progress toward healthy goals. Staff will help train members on how to use the equipment and encourage participation.
Healthy Movement at Home
Healthy Movement at Home expands the Healthy Movement Project to support members’ health and fitness goals during COVID-19 by offering interactive workout equipment in a member’s home. Trillium is offering of equipment to our members through a first come, first served grant application process.
- Mirror Home Workout systems, including a one year subscription
- NordicTrack Home Workout equipment, including a one year subscription
- Keiser Wheelchair Accessible Total Body Trainers
Interested in learning more?
- Healthy Movement at Home Flyer
- More details on equipment and application process
- Healthy Movement at Home Frequently Asked Questions