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Dryland & Kids Conditioning April 2019 Athletes

March 11, 2019 by karen

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

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Jason Dang
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Jason Dang
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Jason Dang

 

Jason has been with the Dryland program for several sessions now. He is one of the athlete’s chosen to demonstrate skills for proper form and performance. Jason excels at running and all speed & agility drills. His balance on the functional equipment is above par. Able to balance in many positions on physio balls, he is swift-footed and full of energy. Congrats, Jason!

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Alex Anand
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Alex Anand
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Alex Anand

 

Alex has been with the program for a few sessions now and continually is making improvements. His running has improved immensely and he is always looking to improve his time. Alex can always be found striving to get better and faster while having fun in the process. He always goes “all out” and puts his heart into everything. Way to go, Alex!

 

Yes, Laughter IS Medicine!

March 3, 2019 by karen

We’ve all heard the old saying — “Laughter is the best medicine” — but it’s based in fact. As reported by The New York Times, a 2011 study published by The Royal Society of Oxford University found social laughter is correlated with an elevated pain threshold. Per the study findings, an integral component to the benefits was the social aspect involved. In other words, having fun with friends is good for you! Men’s Journal reports on some of the specific physical and mental benefits in 5 Ways Laughter Can Enhance Your Workout, including improved mood and increased cardio capacity. A study by Dr. Lee Berk, reported on by CNN, “suggests repetitive laughter can affect hormones in the same way that exercise does. An added bonus, per an article in Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Reporter: “Ten to 15 minutes of laughter could increase energy expenditure by 10 to 40 calories per day, which could translate into about four pounds a year.”

Comedian Linda Belt comes to Club Fit
Comedian Linda Belt comes to Club Fit Jefferson Valley on March 29, 2019
Comedian Rich Carucci comes to Club Fit
Comedian Rich Carucci comes to Club Fit Jefferson Valley on March 29, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

But, most importantly, laughter is FUN! And we can always use more fun in our lives. So… we’ve planned another Comedy Night coming up at Club Fit! We’ll be hosting three hilarious professional comedians, including Linda Belt, Rich Carucci, and emcee Mike Jenkins. Linda has performed throughout the US and Canada and has been featured in a number of comedy festivals, including the Hogtown Comedy Festival (Toronto) the Detroit Comedy Festival, the Long Island Comedy Festival, The Women in Comedy Festival (Boston), Laugh Your Asheville Off, Asheville, NC and the Boston Comedy Festival. Rick, AKA “The Steamroller of Comedy,” is a second generation comedian whose grandfather was a vaudeville performer. Rich was a childhood actor who has been performing stand-up all across the country since 2001. He is also a regular on the New York City Comedy circuit. Former pro wrestler with Mike Jenkins  stormed on to the Comedy Scene in 2010. The “Mad Dawg of Comedy” brings a unique combination of madness, high energy and excitement wherever he takes the stage.

Tickets are available now for $30, but Club Fit members may purchase up to five tickets at a discounted price of $10 each.

 

 

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning February ’19 Athletes

January 21, 2019 by karen

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

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Leah Fragin
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Leah Fragin
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Leah Fragin

 

Leah has returned to Kids Conditioning raring to go. She is an example of big things that come in small packages. She is strong, agile and coordinated. The list of this young lady’s athletic attributes is long. Running is not her favorite thing to do but she still gives her best effort. With a fitness-minded family as her foundation, expect great things of this pint size powerhouse! Go, Leah!

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Sean Goldberg

Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Sean Goldberg

 

This is Sean’s first year in the program. He is a positive, polite young man who regularly looks to improve on the drills he is given in class. He listens, learns and performs well on the balance equipment, obstacle course and turf activities. Always a pleasure to see his smiling face as he arrives excited for class. Congrats, Sean!

 

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

Michelle Tsentides Dryland Athlete of the Month at Club Fit
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

The girl Ashlyn Goldberg as Most Improved Dryland Athlete at Club Fit
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

 Malcom Mark as Dryland Athlete of the Month

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

Jonah Deckelbaum as Most Improved Dryland Athlete

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!

 

 

 

 

New Summer PDH Basketball Coaches at Club Fit

June 26, 2018 by karen

Welcome to our two new 2018 PDHoops Summer Basketball Coaches, Tori Jarosz and Saniya Chong! Both will be Camp Counselors for PDH Summer Camps run at Club Fit Briarcliff. Additionally, both are available for a limited time for Private and Small Group Trainings. Trainings can be booked until the end of August by calling Sarah at 914-250-2760 or emailing sbenischek@clubfit.com.

Coach Tori Jarosz

A woman named Tori Jarosz, the Summer Camp Basketball Coach Tori Jarosz
PDHoops Summer Camp Basketball Coach Tori Jarosz

• Won 2 section 1 titles in HS, and 1 state championship for Lakeland HS
• Went on to play one year at Vanderbilt then finished her college years playing for the Marist Red Foxes
• At Marist she was named the 2016 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Year after leading the conference in four categories; scoring (18.8 ppg), rebounding (12.1 rpg), blocked shots (3.0 bpg), and field goal percentage (49.0%)
• Two time all-MAAC first team selection at Marist
• 2016 NCAA division I Women’s Basketball Statistical double double champion with 24 double-doubles in 31 games!
• Has WNBA playing experience with the WNBA Dallas Wings during training camp
• Played professionally internationally in Puerto Rico, Lithuania, Australia and Israel

 

Coach Saniya Chong

A woman named Saniya Chong, that is Summer Camp Basketball Coach 
PDHoops Summer Camp Basketball Coach Saniya Chong

• WBCA High School All-American
• 2012-13 Parade Magazine All-American Team’s Girls Basketball Player of the Year
• 2012-13 Gatorade New York Girls Basketball Player of the Year
• Won States her senior year in high school and was named MVP
• Section I all time leading scorer in high school with 2,988
• Played basketball at the University of Connecticut (UConn) for 4 years
• Won three national championships during her tenure at UConn
• Drafted by The Dallas Wings in 3rd round and played one full season and part of a second season the following year
• Played overseas in Israel and made it to the Final Four

 

 

 

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

A young woman Pepper Jones doing exercise and smiling
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

The girl Susannah Radick smiling
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!

 

 

 

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

The boy Alex Anand doing exercise
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

The girl Michelle Tsentides doing exercise
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

The boy Warren Fu in a karate position
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

The boy Malcom Mark with a green ball in his hands
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

the boy Eli Shriber with open hands and standing on one foot.
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

The boy Jayson Park in a excercise area
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

Te boy Ian Papadopoulous with a ball in his hands
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

The voy Jason Dangwith a ball in his hands
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!

 

 

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning February ’18 Athletes

February 10, 2018 by karen

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

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Eleanor Keenan

The girl Eleanor Keenan with a ball in her hands
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Eleanor Keenan

A strong athlete when arriving fall 2016, Eleanor is a pleasure to have in the Dryland program. She has shown a great desire to improve by excelling in all the drills given to her. Eleanor is unwavering in her dedication to doing well and her competitive spirit is gratifying to work with. Cheers, Eleanor!

 

 

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Sophia Levenson

The girl Sophia Levenson in the gym
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Sophia Levenson

Sophia took a bit to get motivated for Dryland when beginning this past fall. She now arrives raring to go and to do her best. Her focus and determination as well as coordination and agility have all shown improvement. She is a true pleasure to have in class. Congratulations, Sophia!

 

 

 

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning January 2018 Athletes

January 10, 2018 by karen

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

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Aston Martins

The boy Aston Martins doing balance
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Aston Martins

Aston might be young (9 years old), but watch out for this young man. He excels at running as well as the obstacle course. He has learned about core engagement and how that applies to training. Aston always keeps the trainer on their toes with his unlimited energy and enthusiasm. Just like his name… he trains like a fine tuned machine! Congrats, Aston!

 

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Savannah Pavlouais

The girl Savannah Pavlouais
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Savannah Pavlouais

Savannah is new to the Dryland Young Athlete program this year. She began the year with learning the core, strength and agility drills taught in the program. This past month Savannah has showed her personal best each and every time she is in Dryland class. Keep up the great work, Savannah!

 

 

 

 

 

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Dryland & Kids Conditioning November ’17 Athletes

November 10, 2017 by karen

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

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Victor Zhou

The boy Victor Zhou
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Victor Zhou

Victor is a veteran of the Dryland program. He began this season looking to make a name for himself. His focus and desire to do well was obvious from the start. Victor is often asked to demonstrate skills and drills, and his progression in agility & speed stands out. Watch out for this young man in the months to come! Awesome, Victor!

 

 

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Thurston Crane-Messina

The boy Thurston Crane-Messina doing exercise
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Thurston Crane-Messina

This is Thurston’s first year joining us in the Dryland / Kids Conditioning program. He began in September learning about the track, core exercises, teamwork and gym etiquette. Thurston tries his best weekly and continues to show his improvement on a regular basis. A pleasure to have in class. Great job, Thurston!

 

 

 

The Hiking Club

October 30, 2017 by jeanne

two montain with the text Hiking club and the club fit logo

By Lisa Olney

Balancing the 24-7 responsibilities of everyday life while taking time for oneself can be as elusive as catching a cloud, and, often, the first casualties of this struggle are one’s own health, fitness, and sense of serenity. Experienced hiking leaders and Club Fit Jefferson Valley members Peter Meskin, Andrew Stein, and Michael Capsuto have the antidote, however, and it’s the longstanding Club Fit Hiking Club that has traversed the trails of the Hudson Valley for over two decades. A free activity for Club Fit members and their guests, hikes range from easy to challenging, and the only prerequisites are good physical condition, hiking boots, and a sense of adventure. The ability to combine exercise with the natural wonders of the Hudson Valley has never been easier … or more fun!

Peter Meskin is a former New York City high school English teacher whose innate gift for teaching earned him several awards for innovation in teaching his students desktop publishing in the days when computers were practically unheard of in the classroom. His inspiring teaching style still touches everything he does, whether in a classroom or in the great outdoors. The hiking bug first bit Meskin as a child growing up in Brooklyn, and as a young man, he went on day hikes with the American Youth Hostels hiking club throughout the Hudson Valley. Later, as a member of the Westchester Trails Hiking Club and the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC), he became a hiking leader and received extensive training from the AMC at the 1,800-acre Blue Mountain Reservation in Peekskill. Not limited to dry land, however, Meskin was also a sailing instructor for the New York Sailing School on City Island, received his Coast Guard Captain’s license, and had his own charter boat business in the British Virgin Islands. His hobbies also include sculpting in wood and stone along with photography, and he and his wife, Diane, volunteer at a humane society animal shelter and Guiding Eyes for the Blind where they foster puppies to help socialize the potential guide dogs at a young age.

22 years ago, Club Fit Jefferson Valley reached out to Meskin about creating a hiking club, and it was about this time that Meskin met fellow Club Fit member Andrew Stein. Another avid hiker who grew up in the Bronx, Stein has hiked all over the country including Alaska and the Rockies, and as a videographer he has documented some of his favorite experiences. Encouraged by friends to share his local hiking experiences, Stein decided to look into starting a hiking club. As if Mother Nature herself introduced these two, their meeting couldn’t have happened at a better time. “Andrew is a caring and engaged hiking leader and has hiked the local trails since he was a boy,” says Meskin. “He shares his vast knowledge of local history and lore with the hikers, and his friendly dog Molly accompanies him on the trails, greeting all of the hikers and giving them even more reasons to smile. Andrew has been very important to the success of the hiking club.”

Hand-picked from within the hiking club, Club Fit’s third hiking leader is Michael Capsuto, a Yorktown resident who has been hiking since childhood. Capsuto discovered the hiking club 10 years ago, and his vast knowledge of area trails along with his Red Cross certifications in adult first aid/CPR/AED make him a valued addition as a hike leader. “Michael has an intimate knowledge of the trails from many years of hiking with the Club Fit Hiking Club and on his own,” says Meskin. “He is a caring and compassionate person who only wants the best for our members.”

Meskin, Stein, and Capsuto all combine working out at Club Fit with their outdoor exercise routines and agree that daily exercise is the key to staying healthy. They can often be found in the cardio area on the treadmills and elliptical machines or in the strength training area using equipment like the FitLinxx circuit. “I’ve been working out at Club Fit since the 1980s,” says Meskin. “They are constantly reinventing themselves, integrating new exercise strategies and programs to keep everyone involved and motivated.” Combine that with the physical and mental benefits of hiking, and the result is a full mind-body workout that spells balance with a capital B.

The Club Fit Hiking Club is always ready to welcome newcomers and familiar faces, alike. Hikes take place all year long, ranging from easy to challenging. No sign-up is required, and as part of the Club Fit membership, all hikes are free to members and their guests. The next two hikes are November 4th at Teatown with a Teatown naturalist and November 12th at the Fahnestock Park Appalachian Trail.  To view a Hiking Club photo montage from Hike Leader Andrew Stein. Happy hiking!

Dryland & Kids Conditioning October 2017 Athletes

October 14, 2017 by karen

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

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Marina Wheeler

The girl Marina Wheeler practicing exercises
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Marina Wheeler

Marina showed up this session raring to go! As it is her first year in Dryland I was unfamiliar with her and her abilities. She quickly demonstrated her athleticism and desire to excel. Marina is a strong runner, eager to learn and dedicated to take new drills to their limit. She encourages her teammates and always is a pleasure to work with. Keep on rocking Marina!

 

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Madeline Wolin

The girl Madeline Wolin practicing exercises
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Madeline Wolin

This is Madeline’s first year in the Dryland program. She showed up on day one eager to start. Her enthusiasm and energy is apparent and she always is looking to improve at the drills given to her. Madeline works hard and seems to enjoy everything she does. She will ask how to perform better with something that might be new for her and always comes from a place of determination and desire to excel. She has made marked improvements in a short period of time and I’m thrilled to watch as she continues to blossom. Way to go Madeline!

 

 

 

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Dryland & Kids Conditioning July 2017 Athletes

June 7, 2017 by karen

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

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Victor Zhou

 

The boy with a ball in the hands
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Victor Zhou

Victor has been with the program for a few sessions now and always tries his best. His speed and agility have seen much improvement as well as his coordination and running. Victor should see continue to see improvement due to his dedication during our conditioning sessions. Keep up the good work, Victor! 

 

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Daniel Luan

Most Improved Athlete Daniel Luan
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Daniel Luan

Daniel’s competitive nature is apparent when we perform team drills & activities. Daniel is a quiet force of nature and also a heck of a soccer player. Though not always available for our training sessions, he has still improved in many areas. Great job, Daniel!

 

 

 

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Parisi Athlete: Golfer & Athlete Malachy Reynolds

June 6, 2017 by karen

Parisi Speed School
Athlete Spotlight June 2017:
Golfer Malachy Reynolds

The boy Malachy Reynolds playing golf
Parisi Athlete and avid golfer Malachy Reynolds finessing his putting stance.

“I enjoy playing soccer, basketball and golf. Last September, I decided to attend Parisi Speed School to improve my speed and agility. Jen and Vince provided me with exercises every week to improve my athletic skills. I feel that I have become faster, stronger and lighter on my feet. Thank you so much to Jen and Vince for helping me to achieve my goal.” – Athlete Malachy Reynolds

Our Parisi Speed School coaches are impressed with Malachy’s progress: “Malachy has been working with us for the past nine months and has made great strides in his training. He has greatly improved his quickness and agility in the short time he has spent with us. He consistently comes in with a positive attitude ready to work hard and tackle whatever workout is scheduled. He is proof that being a great athlete isn’t always measured by being the fastest or strongest in class but by your determination, attitude and leadership.”

The Parisi Speed School, a state-of-the-art speed and agility training program, has become an industry leader in youth performance. Club Fit Jefferson Valley is the only facility in Northern Westchester to offer the program.

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning June 2017 Athletes

May 23, 2017 by karen

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

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month: Richard Liu

Richard Liu, Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month exercising
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Richard Liu

Richard has been with the Dryland program for several sessions. He has shown that he will give 100% effort in whatever drill we are doing. When the weather is nice you will see him using the bounding rings, jumping rope or running hurdles out by the pool. Keep up the good work, Richard!

 

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: James Wang

Athlete James Wang
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete James Wang

James is a pleasure to have in the Dryland program! He has shown a great desire in excelling with all the drills given to him. James has a competitive spirit and strives to do his best. He loves to improve his racquetball skill, and his balance and core strength has improved. Way to go, James!

 

 

Dryland & Kids Conditioning May 2017 Athletes

May 9, 2017 by karen

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

 

Dryland Athlete of the Month:  Owen Sibinga

The boy Owen Sibinga doing exercise
Club Fit Dryland Athlete of the Month Owen Sibinga

 

Not being a fan of running, Owen joined the Dryland program with some trepidation. We spoke about it and made some modifications, and he has made remarkable improvements. He always gives 100% and his coordination, strength and agility have all seen great improvement. Always entertaining us with a story or ancecdote, Owen has become a fundamental part of our Dryland group. Congrats, Owen!

 

Most Improved Dryland Athlete: Carter Corbett

The boy Carter Corbett doing exercises
Most Improved Club Fit Dryland Athlete Carter Corbett

 

Carter was new to the Dryland program last fall. He immediately showed us he was a force to be reckoned with. Carter’s high energy level was at times a challenge to harness, however, he showed what he was made of and has made remarkable strides. His natural athleticism helps in the agility drills as well as strength and balance drills. Great job, Carter!

 

 

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