Trainer of the Month Alex Celcis

November 27, 2018 by karen

December 2018 Club Fit Briarcliff Trainer of the Month Alex Celcis

Alex will be giving a free-to-member presentation in our Conference Room on Tuesday, December 18th at 5:00 pm and Thursday, December 20th at 10:30 am

Subject: The Benefits of Boxing for Mind, Body, & Overall Wellness  

Club Fit Personal Trainer Alex Celcis

Hello, I’m Alex Celcis — (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer, Self-Defense Instructor, Kick-Boxing instructor, Karate (Goju Ryu) Instructor. I have over 15 years of martial arts experience and five years’ experience years as a personal trainer.

My passion for boxing and the martial arts grew as a teenager, through watching movies and seeing ordinary humans do extraordinary acts. I then began to go to tournaments, and observe my passion in real-time. I began studying and training diligently as a young adult at the age of 19 and since then I have not ceased the journey of learning, growing and teaching the martial arts to others who want to become stronger, more confident, and healthier physically, mentally and spiritually. And as a result at the age of 36 I feel healthier and stronger then when I was 24.

Top Benefits of Boxing:
• Enhanced cardiovascular health — you need to do cardio to protect yourself from heart disease, burn calories, and lose or maintain your weight
• Improved total-body strength
• Better hand-eye coordination
• Decreased stress
• Improved body composition.

Dryland & Kids Conditioning November ’18 Athletes

November 26, 2018 by karen

Dryland & Kids Conditioning programs with Club Fit Master Trainer Beth Kear

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Michelle Tsentides
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Michelle Tsentides
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Michelle Tsentides

Michelle came to the program through her swim team participation. Her improvement since last season was apparent in the first few classes of this year. She strives to do her best during each class. Her running has improved tremendously as well as her footwork during speed drills. Michelle loves to do stability drills and always has a smile on her face. Proud of you, Michelle!

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Ashlyn Goldberg
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Ashlyn Goldberg
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Ashlyn Goldberg

Ashlyn is new to the program this fall and has improved tremendously during her time working with the trainers. Her track times have gotten faster, she is more balanced on the functional equipment and her obstacle drills have gotten better. She is a pleasure to work with and always has a smile on her face. Congratulations, Ashlyn!

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning October 2018 Athletes

November 1, 2018 by karen

Dryland & Kids Conditioning programs with Club Fit Master Trainer Beth Kear

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Malcom Mark
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Malcom Mark
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Malcom Mark

Malcolm has returned for the fall session of Dryland ready to go! He already has improved his running skills on the track and is enthusiastic about all the drills he is asked to do. Malcolm’s balance on the functional equipment has increased and his obstacle course agility is on the rise. He is such a pleasure to have in class, that I am unsure who is more excited for class… Malcolm or the trainers. Proud of you, Malcom!

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Jonah Deckelbaum
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Jonah Deckelbaum
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Jonah Deckelbaum

Jonah is new to the Dryland program and already he has shown great desire to excel with all of the drills given to him. He has a competitive spirit and strives to do his best. Jonah excels at the speed and agility stations and always seems to be enjoying everything he does. He has been a welcome addition to our program. Way to go, Jonah!

 

 

 

 

Trainer of the Month Candice O’Brien

October 29, 2018 by karen

November 2018 Club Fit Briarcliff Trainer of the Month Candice O’Brien

Candice will be giving a free-to-member presentation in our Conference Room on Tuesday, November 13th at 10:30 am and Wednesday, November 14th at 6:30 pm

Subject: Why You Should Make Friends with the Indoor Rowing Machine 

Club Fit Personal Trainer Candice O'Brien

Hi, I’m Candice O’Brien — Certified Personal Trainer, Spin Instructor, and Fit Coach at Club Fit Briarcliff.  I have over 20 years in the fitness industry.
My passion for running, and ONLY running for many years, led me to several injuries, due to overtraining and the fact that I NEVER stretched or cross-trained. As a single, working mother, there was no time for that stuff!!  While injured and not able to run, I joined a gym to do some strength training (recommended by a physical therapist).  It was at that time I decided to hop on a rowing machine as a warm up before moving on to weights.After five minutes, it became evident that there is more to this machine than meets the eye… it turned out to be my best friend!

Some of the benefits of rowing include:
• Increased strength and cardiovascular endurance
• Improved posture and core strength
• Low impact; ideal for all ages and fitness levels
• Burns tons of calories

Trainer of the Month Leslie Schneider

September 26, 2018 by karen

October 2018 Club Fit Briarcliff Trainer of the Month Leslie Schneider

Leslie will be giving a free-to-member presentation in our Conference Room on Thursday, October 18th at 7:00 pm and Friday, October 19th at 10:00 am

Subject: Become a Stronger Runner — Build Strength, Stay Healthy and Run Faster

Club Fit Personal Trainer Leslie Schneider
Club Fit Personal Trainer Leslie Schneider

My name is Leslie Schneider. I am a Fit Coach and Personal Trainer here at Club Fit Briarcliff. I decided to offer a workshop on Strength Training for Runners since so many runners I encounter have suffered running related injuries including myself. Whether it is Achilles tendonitis, shin splints, or runner’s knee, all of these conditions can be practically eliminated with a regular strength training program designed with runners in mind.

I took up running myself in the early 1990s. I loved the ease of just putting on a pair of sneakers and taking off. It was made all the more fun by participating in 5ks, 10ks, half-marathons, and more. The high from a good run is the ultimate reward. And I don’t want to give it up.

Over the years I’ve dealt with various overuse injuries that came about due to weak or unbalanced muscles. I’ve learned that by incorporating specific strength training and agility exercises at least 2X a week you can continue running virtually injury free for years to come.

Ann Krobath: Cancer Exercise Trainer

September 24, 2018 by karen

Master Trainer Ann Krobath is a fitness professional who utilizes a well-rounded understanding of cancer to develop exercise programs specifically suited for cancer survivors.

Club Fit Master Trainer Ann Krobath
Club Fit Master Trainer Ann Krobath

“Over the past few decades, I witnessed friends and families endure, survive and lose their lives to cancer. My mission is to empower cancer survivors to find their inner strength through improved fitness and emotional health. Created in collaboration with the American Cancer Society, American College of Sports Medicine/ACS Certified Cancer Exercise Trainers design and administer fitness assessments and exercise programs specific to a person’s cancer diagnosis, treatment and current recovery status. I am committed to upholding the gold standard as set forth by the ACSM and am passionate about helping cancer survivors attain a quality of life that may have seemed out of reach. It is my greatest joy to be a partner on this journey to hope and good health for people who have suffered through this devastating illness.”

An ACSM/ACS Certified Cancer Exercise Trainer is a fitness professional who utilizes a well-rounded understanding of cancer to develop exercise programs specifically suited for cancer survivors. ACSM/ACS CETs empower cancer survivors to display their significant inner strength by improving their own physical fitness.

Beyond assessing and creating individual exercise programs unique to each individual, ACSM/ACS Certified Cancer Exercise Trainers have working knowledge around cancer-related topics from surgeries to side effects, from diagnoses to survivor stages—specialized knowledge that allows them to better create the ideal fitness experience no matter what a client has been through. ACSM/ACS CETs truly uphold the gold standard by working to adapt fitness best practices that equip cancer survivors to attain a quality of life that may have seemed out of reach.

Ann will consult with the our Briarcliff Cancer Wellness program participants and develop a program to meet their specific needs. Contact her at ext. 2260 or akrobath@clubfit.com for more info.

Trainer of the Month Leslie Kesselman

August 23, 2018 by karen

September 2018 Club Fit Briarcliff Trainer of the Month Leslie Kesselman

Leslie will be giving a free-to-member presentation in our Conference Room on Monday, September 17th at 3:30 pm and Thursday, September 20th at 11:30 am

Subject: Active Aging

Club Fit Master Trainer Leslie Kesselman
Club Fit Master Trainer Leslie Kesselman

Greetings!

My name is Leslie Kesselman. I am a master trainer and a group exercise instructor at Club Fit. I have been in the business of exercise; educating and working with individuals for 35 years. I have been at Club Fit for 21 years. I have learned, grown and received much gratification along the way.

When we moved up to Westchester I decided to join a gym, mostly to meet people. I started going to group fitness classes and really enjoyed them. I found that exercising made me feel good. It felt healthy to be moving. I felt better than I did in years. I became a fitness instructor that year. I was fit, healthy and happy.

During my tenure as a group fitness instructor and master trainer I have worked with many different populations. Today the focus of my work is with the active aging population. The aging process presents many changes physiologically. We lose muscle mass, our joints become arthritic and stiff, our bones lose density, our neuromuscular system slows down, our balance and ability to react are compromised. There are postural changes. Maybe you’ve had a joint replacement? These issues can be addressed and improved with different forms of exercise such as; strength training to build bone density and muscular strength, balance exercises to prevent falling, proper alignment and core work exercises to help keep you injury free and flexibility exercises to increase range of motion around a joint to ease symptoms of discomfort.

Aging is a slow but inevitable process. You have the ability to delay that process and be as active and healthy as possible. Let me help you achieve that. I will design an individualized exercise program for you that takes into account your interests and goals as well as your limitations and health risks.

Exercising is worth the time and the effort. It makes you healthier. It makes you feel better. You can continue to do more of the activities that you enjoy. You can live your life to the fullest!

September Fitness Member of the Month

August 22, 2018 by karen

Barbara Cochran is our Briarcliff Fitness Member of the Month for September 2018

 

Club Fit Member Barbara Cohen
Barbara Cochran is our Club Fit Briarcliff Fitness Member of the Month for September 2018

Barbara Cochran has been a member since 1993. One thing that she has learned about Club Fit is that it stays the same even as it changes, all while continuing to be a great health club. But the one constant is that everyone knows your name, there is always something new to try, it is clean with up to date equipment and professional staff.

Even on days when I may not want to work out — and it is work — I am greeted at the door, often by name, and the energy of fellow members gets me going.

I have always appreciated the fact that Club Fit offers new workout options and continually updates the programs. The original spin classes were held in a small studio with bikes that had three or four “clicks” to add resistance, while members listened to the instructor and music through their own headphone sets and radio setting. And we had to line up to sign up! Contrast that with the state of the art spin studio and equipment we have today!

But even if a spin class is no longer part of my cardio routine, I have found so many other options that meet my changing work out needs. TRX and Hoist Roc-It classes are quick and effective. There is always a new class or cardio machine to try with a willing staff to assist. Myzone is a great tool and I use it every day. I love the competitions and the motivation it provides me during my workouts.

My husband and I think of Club Fit as the health insurance that helps us maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. We both have bounced back from health challenges much faster because of our regular visits and workouts at Club Fit over the past 25 years.

Thank you Club Fit for your commitment to staying the same while always changing! I am honored to be Member of the Month.

Briarcliff Group Fitness/Fitness Alert

August 10, 2018 by jeanne

 

Group Fitness Schedule Updates

Studio 4 will re-open on Wednesday, August 15th

Monday 8/13 Update

9:30 am Pilates Mat and 10:35 am Hatha Yoga will be held in racquetball court # 2.

TRX classes will not be held.

Tuesday 8/14 Update

Vinyasa Yoga will meet from 8:00 – 8:55 am in studio 1. Yin Yoga will meet from 5:30 – 6:25 pm in studio 1.

TRX classes will not be held.

 

Briarcliff Fitness is Getting a Makeover!

August 10, 2018 by karen

Dear Members,

Our Fitness Center is getting a makeover! New Machines…New Turf…New Layout.

We began moving equipment yesterday in preparation for the big move on Sunday, August 12th.

• All cardio equipment from our small fitness room will be moved to the large fitness area.

• The plate-loaded strength equipment which is currently parallel to the turf will be moved to the area outside the fitness office.

• The strength equipment line (incorporating the Fitlinxx training system) running along the perimeter of the smaller fitness area will not be available for a short period of time as we work in this area.

• The small fitness room will be closed to paint and install turf.

Additionally we will not have TV access on some of the equipment until the afternoon of Tuesday, August 14th.

Need help finding a machine or alternate exercise? Please ask a Fitness Coach for assistance.

Thank you for the suggestions and ideas we used to plan these changes!


Donna Berta
Fitness Director
dberta@clubfit.com

Trainer of the Month Samantha Franks

July 27, 2018 by karen

August 2018 Club Fit Briarcliff Trainer of the Month Samantha Franks

Sam will be giving a free-to-member presentation in our Conference Room on Monday, August 6th at 10:30 am and Tuesday, August 14th 7:00 am

Subject: Optimizing Your Workout using HIIT & Weight Training

Club Fit Personal Trainer Samantha Franks

I’m Samantha Franks — Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor at Club Fit. Exercise has always been part of my daily life. I grew up playing soccer and lacrosse and continued to play various club sports throughout college — rugby being one of them. In the last few months I’ve completed two Spartan Sprints and my goal is to get the trifecta within the next year.

Training for the Spartan races made me realize that I not only needed cardiovascular endurance but also a great deal of strength, mobility and ability to move my own body weight. I incorporate HIIT into my workouts in combination with weight training. I find that combining the two has helped me improve my overall strength, endurance and even decreased my body fat percentage. I wanted to be physically strong but also athletic and agile and I feel as though I have achieved that.

The benefits of HIIT include lowering your risk of Type 2 diabetes, decreasing abdominal fat, improving cholesterol and decreasing resting blood pressure. HIIT gives you the most health benefits in the shortest amount of time. My style of training incorporates HIIT with barbells, kettle bells and dumbbells. This type of training may be perceived as “only for young and in shape population.” This is in fact false. Research has shown that HIIT is beneficial to people of all ages, including those who currently have Type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol and even high blood pressure. What I like about HIIT is that you don’t need to be in the gym for hours.

HIIT can be done in a fraction of the time while still receiving more benefits then just steady state exercise. In addition to HIIT, weight training is ideal for increasing strength and also promoting bone development which is crucial for an aging population. The stronger your muscles, the stronger your bones will be and this reduces the risk of osteopenia and osteoporosis. I truly believe that you need to put in the time and commitment. Exercise is more then just a few hours of your week; it’s a lifestyle and something to constantly work towards. Exercise doesn’t need to be boring or tedious. Enjoy what you do and have fun with it!

New Equipment coming to Briarcliff Fitness!

July 3, 2018 by karen

new fitness equipment coming to Club Fit Briarcliff
Some of the new fitness equipment coming to Club Fit Briarcliff this summer!

There’s lots going on in our Briarcliff Fitness department! As you know, Donna Berta is now our Fitness Manager. Just recently, Personal Trainer Russ Schum was promoted to Personal Training Manager. And now, we’re getting some new toys! New machines include Stages Solo bikes, Matrix Olympic benches, and a new circuit in the Women’s area including Matrix leg press, glute press, and chest press.

We’ll be doing some rearranging in the coming weeks to accommodate the new equipment and improve the flow of our Fitness area in general.

Can’t find your favorite machine? Want a quick intro to our new equipment? Stop by the Service Desk and we’ll be happy to help!

Trainer of the Month Colin Connery

June 28, 2018 by karen

July 2018 Club Fit Briarcliff Trainer of the Month Colin Connery

Colin will be giving a free-to-member presentation in our Conference Room on Monday, July 9th at 11:00 am and Tuesday, July 17th  at 6:00 pm
Subject: Benefits of Powerlifting

Club Fit Personal Trainer Colin Connery
Club Fit Personal Trainer Colin Connery

My name is Colin Connery and I am a Personal Trainer at Club Fit. For me, it all started with sports. In high school I played lacrosse like my two older brothers, and then when rugby came around I jumped on that opportunity with utmost enthusiasm. From then on, rugby would be my sport.

Along the way a few shoulder, hip, ankle injuries courtesy of the worlds most savage sport, would introduce me to “prehab.” Essentially prehab is the idea of taking care of your body before it gets injured or hindered. This involves proper warm ups, dynamic stretches and mobility exercises as well as stability and joint strengthening techniques. Once I took this approach, I haven’t been injured since, and could continue doing the wacky things I like to do. Knock on wood.

I also am a huge fan of more obscure sports such as: water-skiing, longboarding, snowboarding and skiing. So today, my training style revolves around remaining as spry, flexible yet stable, and strong as possible. This means that I will train myself and my clients on the principles of powerlifting, functional and athletic training, core strength, and prehab. With these various and very different forms of training, I believe that someone can develop a body that not only looks good, but is strong, sturdy, all while being limber. Without even one of these components, you can kiss your strength, durability, or mobility goodbye, and say hello to laundry list of issues.

Like anything else in life worth doing, fitness is a whole package, a lifestyle. Whatever you like to do, tennis, basketball, swimming, golf, or spelunking (you never know), do yourself a favor and do it all the way. It doesn’t start and end at the gym, it is a constant. This means actually taking time to prep your body with “boring” warmups, dealing with delayed onset muscle soreness, learning to accept failures, and most of all, consistency.

If you have the dedication and drive, if you truly want it long term, then you will accept that these things are not an option. My goal for clients is to get them to a point where they are more comfortable with themselves, and no longer rely on me for motivation, and they can be confident and motivated from within.

Club Fit Member Spotlight: Max de Janosi

June 28, 2018 by Matt

Finding Your Strength

By Jeremy Brown

After training for a stellar season, Greeley football standout gives back to Club Fit

Although already a standout defensive end at Greeley High School, Max de Janosi, or “DJ,” knew that he needed something more. He found it thanks to Club Fit Personal Training Manager Russ Schum. Schum, who also works as an Assistant Varsity Coach at Greeley, saw potential in DJ, as well as other athletes on the team, and proposed a series of workouts designed to get them in peak condition for the coming season. “He came in three days a week and he’d grind for an hour and a half each day,” Schum said of DJ. “And from there we were able to make a bigger connection than just football, and I think that kind of went a long way towards helping him understand what he needed to do to have the success that he wanted. And once he understood the things he needed to do, there was never a doubt he’d be successful the following year.”

For Max, the sessions were a challenge at first. “There were days when it was tough,” he admitted. “Like Fridays getting home from school and then knowing I’d have to go to the gym. I had to push through that. But I always reminded myself why I was doing it.”

Schum saw that Max was facing some struggles at the outset, but didn’t let up on him, knowing that he would eventually reach his potential. He recalled a story that illustrated Max’s journey from neophyte lifter to next-level athlete. “There’s a thing called a hex bar, it’s a version of a deadlift,” he said. “And DJ wasn’t even one of the top five in our group in terms of how much he could lift. And then it clicked and he went from being in the top five to being the strongest on the team.”

Both Max and Schum agree that however hard and grueling the work was at Club Fit, it paid off many times over on the field that fall. “If I could show you film from junior year to senior year, you’d think it was two different players,” said Schum. “He was another animal as a senior. He probably single-handedly won us two games from just his effort alone. And once you added in his size and speed and the strength he had gained from all the training, he had a great year.”

Max, for his part, agreed wholeheartedly. “I can’t even put it into words,” he said. “I had my best season by far and I completely attribute it to training with Russ.”

Now Max has a chance to give a little something back to Club Fit, having signed on as a camp counselor for the summer. “I’m looking forward to connecting with the kids in my group,” he said. “The same way that Russ took the time to know all the kids on the team, what makes them tick and who they are as a person. I want to be able to do that with my campers and make sure they all feel welcome.”

After the summer, Max will attend the University of Vermont and, while they don’t have a D1 football team, he says he’s very interested in joining the club football team.

For Schum, he was recently promoted to manager of personal training at Club Fit and continues to bring the same level of passion and dedication to training club members that he brought to working with Max. “It all comes down to knowing what you want,” he says of members wanting to achieve their fitness goals. “DJ was able to set a goal and say, ‘Coach, what do I need to do to have a great season and help this team,’ and he didn’t blink. He went after it. I think you have to be truthful to yourself, ask what it’s going to take and then go and attack it.”

As for his former student, he has no doubt that his success on the field is only the beginning. “Once he flipped the switch and turned it on, the things that he was capable of doing were amazing,” he said. “I’m looking forward to seeing what he accomplishes down the line. Because once the switch flips for that kid, the sky’s the limit.”

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning July 2018 Athletes

June 14, 2018 by karen

Dryland & Kids Conditioning programs with Club Fit Master Trainer Beth Kear

 

Dryland Co-Athlete of the Month: B.B. Pepper Jones
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month B.B. Pepper Jones
Club Fit Dryland Co-Athlete of the Month B.B. Pepper Jones

As a member of the Elite Squad on our Club Fit Swim Team, B.B. is an integral part of our group. She has been on the team for several years and sets the example for herself as well as the younger swimmers. She is a member of Croton’s Varsity Swim Team and brings that experience here with her training at the Club. Always a pleasure to have her in class and look forward to always staying in touch.

 

 

 

Dryland Co-Athlete of the Month: Susannah Radick
Club Fit Dryland Co-Athlete of the Month Susannah Radick
Club Fit Dryland Co-Athlete of the Month Susannah Radick

As a member on the Elite Squad, Susannah excels at all the skills and drills given to her during Dryland. Being a senior member of the team, she mentors her teammates and sets the bar high. As a member of Croton’s Varsity Swim Team she comes to Club Fit in top form. Always entertaining with her dance moves, Susannah is a delight to have in class. Look forward to seeing what the future holds for this dynamic young lady!

 

 

 

Trainer of the Month Tiana Gonzalez

May 29, 2018 by karen

June 2018 Club Fit Briarcliff Trainer of the Month Tiana Gonzalez

Tiana will be giving a free-to-member lecture in our Conference Room on Wednesday, June 13th at 7:30 pm and Friday June 22nd at 11:30 am
Subject: How To Set Goals

Club Fit Master Trainer Tiana Gonzalez
Club Fit Master Trainer Tiana Gonzalez

Hi my name is Tiana Gonzalez. I am a Master Trainer at the club with a background in movement, bodybuilding, strength training and nutrition. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering that I don’t use as often as I did when I worked in Corporate America for 13 years, before I decided to pursue my passion. I love to help people and have experienced the utmost joy in coaching people on how to identify goals, put a plan together and then empower those same individuals to execute their plans. There are no two people that are the same in this world, so being versatile and open-minded has helped me to become a better trainer. I believe that honesty and personal accountability should be at the foundation of anyone’s plan. When clients learn how to take ownership of their fitness plans, their workouts, their nutrition, and the other 23 hours of the day when I’m not standing in front of them, that’s when the wheels really start to roll and things pick up momentum. So often, I encounter people that truly do not know where to start and I absolutely love helping them put the right pieces in place to start moving forward. From getting stronger, to trail-run events, to bodybuilding shows and beauty pageants, whatever your goals are, you need to have a plan in place and you need to be committed to that plan. It’s not as daunting of a task as one would think and I am happy to help!

Oftentimes, people get overwhelmed thinking about what they really want for themselves. The secret to accomplishing any goal is to first establish what it is a person truly wants, then break it up into smaller steps. Once you do that, you work backwards to create a schedule that is effective, manageable and has check points along the way. There are plenty of mobile apps and websites that are designed to help you stay on track. I will be discussing a basic overview on how to set goals and I will go over a few popular applications. I’m hopeful that this short lecture will help you feel better equipped to reach for your goals.

Dryland & Kids Conditioning June 2018 Athletes

May 22, 2018 by karen

Dryland & Kids Conditioning programs with Club Fit Master Trainer Beth Kear

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Alex Anand
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Alex Anand
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Alex Anand

Alex has shown steady improvement through this past season. He always has a smile on his face and his enthusiasm is obvious. Alex is able to perform all the skills well and is always seeking on how to do things to the best of his ability. He loves to do machines and his fun loving manner makes Alex a pleasure to work with. Congratulations Alex!

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Michelle Tsentides
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Michelle Tsentides
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Michelle Tsentides

Michelle is the fashionista of our program — always wearing proper attire, and wearing it well. We’re encouraging her now to perfect her “quick change,” so she can get to class promptly when it follows swim practice. She has improved on track drills, partner drills, core and agility taught in the program. This past month Michelle has showed her personal best each and every time she is in class. Keep up the great work, Michelle!

 

 

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning May 2018 Athletes

April 26, 2018 by karen

Dryland & Kids Conditioning programs with Club Fit Master Trainer Beth Kear

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Warren Fu
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Warren Fu
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Warren Fu

Warren has showed his talents this season as he joined the program this fall. He has improved in all training aspects excelling on the track as well as the SAQ drills that the trainers give him. He always gives 100% effort and challenges himself on a daily basis and encourages the other class participants to do the same. Congrats, Warren!

 

 

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Malcom Mark
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Malcom Mark
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Malcom Mark

Malcolm is new to the Dryland program and has made a name for himself in a short period of time. His running has improved markedly. He desire to train and learn new drills is always apparent. Malcolm likes the cardio machines as well as the station workouts we do in the studio. He is a pleasure to work with and the trainers commend his hard work and efforts. You go, Malcom!

 

 

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning April 2018 Athletes

March 26, 2018 by karen

Dryland & Kids Conditioning programs with Club Fit Master Trainer Beth Kear

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Eli Shriber
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Eli Shriber
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Eli Shriber

Eli is energetic, enthusiastic and looks to improve each day he is at practice! He is a humorous type of kid always providing a light hearted feeling for the class, and hopefully will continue to see improvement due to his hard work during our conditioning sessions. He challenges himself with the track drills and is a true competitor with the team activities. Way to go, Eli!

 

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Jayson Park
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Jayson Park
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Jayson Park

Jayson arrives like a charging bull every time he is in class! His enthusiasm is only matched by his determination to continually improve each and every time the trainers give him a drill to perform. He is a pint-size powerhouse and always gives 100% effort with everything he does. Way to go, Jayson!

 

 

 

 

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Dryland & Kids Conditioning March 2018 Athletes

March 12, 2018 by karen

Dryland & Kids Conditioning programs with Club Fit Master Trainer Beth Kear

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Ian Papadopoulous
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Ian Papadopoulous
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Ian Papadopoulous

An athletic young man, Ian was raring to go when joining the program in the fall of 2017. Ian is an excellent runner & obstacle course competitor, and excels at all the activities given to him. He has shown a great determination to better his times and attributes on the track, the turf and in the studios. Outstanding, Ian!

 

 

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Jason Dang
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Jason Dang
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Jason Dang

Jason is a dynamo from the word go! He cannot wait to get on the track and start class each week. This young man is designed for speed, agility, and quickness drills. First one to be able to jump from his knees to his feet, as well as catching the ball from a lying down position after scrambling to his feet. Keep an eye on this athlete as he continues to excel! Nice job, Jason!