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August/2010
 
Issue #8
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In This Issue
Zumba Song of the Month
BINGO! Group Exercise Member Incentive
Recipe of the Month
Healthy Hydration
Meet the Trainer
Exercise of the Month
Quick Links
 
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Zumba song of the Month 

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Zumba

 Wanting to come and try out Zumba but are worried you don't know the songs, moves...We are here to help. We are going to have 'Song of the Month' available to you to view before you party! This song will be played during every Zumba class during the designated month.
BINGO!

Are you ready for some Bingo????                 From August 1st through September 4th the Group Exercise Department will be in game mode. 

There will be a different bingo card issued each week for Land  and Aqua classes in bright neon colors.  As a group exercise gamer, you must attend each class listed on the card in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal direction.  At the end of the class, the instructor will stamp the square corresponding to the class you attended.   A "BINGO" earns you a Fitness Pointe prize!!!!

Receipe of the Month
 
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Skillet Tuna Noodle Casserole Recipe
 Skillet Tuna Noodle Casserole

From EatingWell:  March/April 2008

 Nutrition
Per serving: 406 calories; 8 g fat (3 g sat, 3 g mono); 53 mg cholesterol; 47 g carbohydrates; 32 g protein; 5 g fiber; 684 mg sodium; 593 mg potassium.
Nutrition Bonus:
Calcium (30% daily value), Potassium (17% dv), Iron, Vitamin A & Vitamin C (15% dv), good source of omega-3s.
Dear Brian,
Healthy Hydration
Water is one of the most essential components of the human body. Water regulates the body's temperature, cushions and protects vital organs and aids the digestive system. Water not only composes 75% of all muscle tissue and about 10% of fatty tissue, but it also acts within each cell to transport nutrients and dispel waste. And, because water composes more than half of the human body, it is impossible to sustain life for more than a week without it.
 
Hydration Hints
Drink 17 to 20 ounces of water two hours before the start of exercise.
Drink 7 to 10 ounces of fluid every 10 to 20 minutes during exercise.
Drink 16 to 24 ounces of fluid for every pound of body weight lost after exercise.
Hint: Rehydration occurs faster in the presence of sodium, regardless of whether it is 
provided in a sports drink.
 
Other key points in article:
  • Water Loss
  • Dehydration
  • Fluid Balance and Replenishment
 
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ACE Certified Personal Trainer Certification, Personal Training & Fitness - American Council on Exercise
 
Meet the Trainer... squat press
 
Jon Drobac
 
Credentials:            *NASM Certified 
                                     Personal Trainer
                                    *SPIN Certified
 
Specialty Areas:    *Endurance & Strength training
                                    *Cardio Endurance - Running & Cycling
 
Experience:              *30+ years practical experience in resistance 
                                      training and gym ettiquette.
                                    * Road & Mountain Bike racing and training
                                    * Group Exercise Instruction
 
Training
Philosophy:            "You are never too old to live a healthy
                                      lifestyle. Motivation is what gets you
                                      started, habit is what keeps you going." 
Exercise of the Month 
squat press 'Ball Squat, Curl to Press"
Preparation:
  1. Begin with both feet shoulder-width apart, with feet pointing straight ahead and knees over second and third toes. Position the ball on the low back region.
  2. Hold two dumbbells in hands to the side of the body.
Movement:
  1.  Perform a squat, keeping lower extremity in proper alignment
  2. Activate the glutes and stand to a fully upright position
  3. Once standing, curl and press the dumbbells overhead until both arms are fully extended, with palms facing away. Keep navel drawn in at all times.
  4. Slowly return the dumbbells to chest and repeat.
 
Repeat the movement 10-12 times to complete 1 set. Working up to completeing 2 sets. 
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