Welcome New Club Fit Staff Member – Soo D’Agnese

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Jefferson Valley – Group Fitness Instructor

Soo is a gifted spiritual consultant who has been practicing meditation and other health related modalities for over 40 years.  Soo has been trained in Qi Gong and Tai Chi from China, and is a certified Yoga instructor, as well as other specialties.  Besides health enhancing, you will find her classes fun, inspiring, relaxing, and practical as well as heartwarming.

Welcome New Club Fit Staff Member – Karen Simmons

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Briarcliff Manor – Group Fitness Instructor

Karen comes to Club Fit as a competitive cyclist and triathlete. She races for Team BIKEWAY and has completed many races including 4 half Ironmans. Karen easily transfers her love for cycling, competing and music into her spinning classes to deliver a dynamic workout

Ann’s Ultimate Jump Roping Sequence for breaking Plateaus!

“Anytime I’m at a plateau in weight I break out the jumprope for a good 30 minute set of roping. It benefits my tennis footwork and I honestly feel like I am out dancing and just out having a blast.” -Ann Krobath

Here’s her ultimate jump roping sequence . . .

TREES- Marty Casey & Lovehammers



THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA- Outlaws (You’ll have to settle for this version since we couldn’t find the Outlaw video)

and finally wind down with…

FIX YOU….Coldplay

ACL Injury Prevention

WHAT: Free ACL injury screening video analysis for high school and college athletes

WHO: Performed by Patrick Laliberte, PT, DPT, CSCS, TPI-CGFI Physical Therapist and Director from Ivyrehab Freehold, New Jersey; Brian McLean, DPT, Director of Ivyrehab Briarcliff and Meryle Richman, PT, DPT Senior Director of Ivyrehab Briarcliff

WHERE: Sign-up at Ivyrehab Briarcliff (located inside Club Fit Briarcliff)

WHY: To identify athletes that may be at a higher risk for ACL injuries, and teach strategies to help reduce their risk.

WHEN: January 11, 2016 (Monday), from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

How: Precise measurements will be taken during athletic movements using video analysis. Each person screened will get a copy of these measurements with an explanation of significant findings.

Sign-up inside Ivyrehab Briarcliff 584 North State Road, Briarcliff Manor, New York 10510

Collegiate and High School females are 9-10 times more likely to suffer a non-traumatic Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury than males in similar sports. This is the result of an anatomical increased angle at the knee in women, also known as a “Q” angle. This puts more pressure on the inside of the knee which can result in ACL injuries.To minimize knee injuries, Ivyrehab has been successfully using the Sportsmetrics program to find injury risks before they occur. Sportsmetrics has been designed, studied and validated by the Cincinnati Sports Medicine Center to screen and determine the increased likelihood of non-traumatic ACL injuries. Ivyrehab therapists use video analysis to objectively evaluate each participant and utilize these findings for teaching an injury prevention exercise program and to be able to closely monitor and assess progress. The skills taught will promote the athlete to say healthy and in their game. Suggestions will be made on your exercise program, which is recommended to be done 3x weekly for 6 weeks.

In addition to the above free event, if you would like to be seen right away for an evaluation and treatment for an injury contact Ivyrehab Briarcliff at (914) 245–8807; or Ivyrehab Jefferson Valley at (914) 762–3444. You can also visit our website at www.ivyrehab.com. Ivyrehab accepts most insurance plans (which our office obtains pre-approval from your insurance carrier) and will submit your office visit treatments for payment. You will be responsible for your co-payment depending on your particular insurance policy.

With one-on-one care this permits the therapist to construct a personalized program for the individual. After all, when it comes to rehabilitation, “it’s all about the people”.
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Welcome New Club Fit Staff Member – James Harter

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Jefferson Valley – Sports Instructor

Jim Harter is somebody who has had a passion for basketball his entire life, having been a college coach for 24 years. He was the head coach at Pace University for 16 years, the longest tenure of any coach in school history. Harter brings great enthusiasm to teaching girls and boys of all ages the skills and mindset that it takes to become a better player. He is excited to be part of the Club Fit team!

Welcome New Club Fit Staff Member – Dana DeNapoli

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Jefferson Valley – Child Care Worker

Dana is currently training to fight MMA and still manages a normal life!  She loves her family and is a huge advocate of positive energy.  She used to work AND work out at Club Fit before she moved away.  Now that she has moved back, she plans to pick up where she left off!  Her passion is to fight and train like a beast, and she plans on making everyone proud!  #justtryingtobeachampion!