The Lily Pad, 05.09.22

May 9, 2022

Monday Motivation

“The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.”

Albert Einstein 

Reaching New Heights


May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. This week, we’re sharing a bunch of ideas around getting active, lifting your heart rate, and pumping up your endorphins. Climbing isn’t just for people within a short drive from the mountains anymore. Even people in flat Indiana can get in on the fun, and it’s not as extreme as you might think. Learn some basics in our recent blog post, and join the latest fitness craze.

Making Health Possible

Whether you’re looking to improve your strength, agility, cardio, or all of the above, our health and lifestyle website, Health Possible, has plenty of great ideas to inspire your workout routine. Check out some of the helpful posts in the links below and visit for more.

No sitter? Workout with kids.

Feeling stressed? Take a hike.

Not sure where to start? Check yourself.

Sweat It Out  

With this week’s focus on fitness, Hank wanted to get involved. So we sent him over to Healthway Park to work the heavy bag and shoot some hoops. See the results in our video. Free throws are tough when you only have four fingers.

Hank’s Dad Joke of the Week

Question: What is a chiropractor’s favorite music?

Answer: Hip Pop.

The Lily Pad, 05.02.22Hancock Regional Hospital Nationally Recognized

We Make Health Possible

As East Central Indiana’s population grows, we’re putting health care where people need it most. Besides Hancock Regional Hospital, ranked as one of the nation’s safest by the Lown Hospital Index, our network includes more than 30 other locations near your home or work.

Learn More about Hancock