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​​​​​​​​​​​​Water Aerobics:  Students $4.00, Adults $4.50, and Seniors $2.50

Monday & Wednesday

10:45am-11:45​pm​​


Fall - Winter 2018-2019.pdf

 

 

T.E.A.M. NEWSLETTER 

            Together Everyone Achieves More                   DECEMBER 2018

Pool Phone #        426-4240

www.sheltonschools.org/Pool/

Instructor           Susan Turner

Luncheon Coordinator  Lynn Curtiss             360- 427-7210

star50fish@comcast.net

Newsletter              Belle Brex

bellebrex@gmail.com  

                         360-868-2429

https://www.sheltonschools.org OR 1030 KMAS

for any school closures or delays.

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Aerobic Schedule

Instructor: Susan Turner

Mondays  & Wednesdays

Pool closures December 20 – January 2, 2019:  Winter Break

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 Interval training:

 Burn more calories

Have you tried interval training? It's simply alternating bursts of intense activity with intervals of lighter activity. For instance, you might alternate leisurely walking with periods of faster walking. If you want more of a challenge, you could incorporate short bursts of jogging into your regular brisk walks. Go ahead, pick up the pace!

 

Stay fit and active this holiday season

Exercise can help you manage the impact of holiday indulgences and stress.

     Holidays are festive — and hectic — times. Between family gatherings, shopping trips and decorating, it can be hard to squeeze in a workout. Yet it's important to keep physical activity on your daily to-do list during this fun — and often trying — time of year.

    Making the effort to move regularly during a holiday weekend — or season — may seem like a challenging task to add to your growing to-do list. However, it will help you feel better and avoid weight gain, which could prevent added stress later on.  

How it helps

Exercise boosts mood. The mood-enhancing benefits of exercise can help you manage the mental stress of the holidays.

Exercise burns calories. It can help you maintain a healthy weight — even after indulging in that large holiday meal. There's nothing like a walk after a carb-laden feast. In fact, one study found that taking a 20-minute walk after a meal helps lower blood-glucose levels in people with diabetes.

Exercise can be fun. A game of badminton or horseshoes with guests can provide laughs and exercise. In winter in many parts of the country, the weather provides bonus activities to help you stay active, such as ice skating, skiing, sledding or snowshoeing.

Exercise is a good way to spend time with your loved ones. Instead of sitting on the couch watching the game, get outside and play a game together or go for a walk.

How to fit it in

Stay active over holidays with these ideas

At home
Cleaning the house is one way to build physical activity into your day. Burn calories by vacuuming and dusting, scrubbing the kitchen and bathroom floors, decluttering the garage, or cleaning up the yard and scrubbing down the outdoor furniture.

Once the house is clean, invite your friends and family over for a golf,  tennis or bowling tournament using your fitness-oriented video-game

CHRISTMAS PARTY DECEMBER 14

 12:30

*Taylor Station *

*    Restaurant   *

*      & Lounge      *

   Spouses or Dates invited

Order off the menu

Gift exchange

 

Please RSVP to Belle before Dec 10

 

62 SE Lynch Rd
Shelton, WA 98584

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system. Or set up outdoor games and enjoy your beautiful yard.

At community facilities
If you don't belong to your local fitness facility, ask if you can get a pass to try it out for a few hours. If you do have a membership, try something you don't usually do, such as a new class or different type of exercise equipment. Visit your local swimming pool to swim laps or your local indoor ice rink for a couple of hours of skating.

In the great outdoors
Around the holiday season, take a walk around your neighborhood to view the decorations. If the weather is agreeable, go for a hike at a local park or nature preserve. If you live near the ocean, take a walk along the beach. If it's snowing where you live, try sledding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or making a snow fort.

Making the effort to move regularly during a holiday weekend — or season — may seem like a challenging task to add to your growing to-do list. However, it will help you feel better and avoid weight gain, which could prevent added stress later on.  

 



​​The Shelton School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Linda Arnold, Director of Human Resources. 360-426-1687. 700 S. 1st Street; Shelton, WA 98584. Complaint procedure can be found on this website under Board Policy #3210 (students) and #5010 (employees).