Shelton's Water Aerobics

Water Aerobics

Water Aerobics

Students $4.00, Adults $4.50, and Seniors $2.50

Monday & Wednesday

10:45am-11:45pm


T.E.A.M. Newsletter
Together Everyone Achieves More
July 2019

Instructor: Alec Dodge

Luncheon Coordinator: Lynn Curtiss

star50fish@comcast.net

 360- 427-7210

Newsletter: Belle Bre

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360-868-2429

Pool Phone # 360-426-4240​

www.sheltonschools.org/Pool/

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

for any school closures or delays

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Aerobic Schedule

Monday,  Wednesday, Friday

Instructor: Alec Dodge

Pool Closed: Thurs. July 4​

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To the team,

Thank you all for sharing in this adventure.  I had a great time working with all of you I won’t miss the work nearly as much as the great people through the last 17 yrs. 

Thank you all for your generosity.  Your gift means more than you know.  Spent a little of it already.  I got the dogs groomed!  :D

 Susan​

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Get Happier Through Exercise

 

       Did you know that exercise can boost your mood? Keep that in mind the next time you're feeling down in the dumps or unmotivated to make it to the gym. Even a brisk 30-minute walk can help. And of course, the physical activity is also helping you burn calories, so it's a win-win!​

How harmful is too much sitting?

       According to one study, people who spend more than four hours a day in front of a screen have a higher risk of early death in general and a higher risk of events related to heart disease and heart attacks. But sitting in front of the TV isn't the only concern. Any extended sitting — such as behind a desk at work or behind the wheel — can be harmful.

       It’s time to step away from the computer and read this: According to one study, people who spend more than four hours a day in front of a screen have a higher risk of early death in general and a higher risk of events related to heart disease, such as chest pain or heart attack.

       But sitting in front of the TV isn't the only concern. Any extended sitting — such as behind a desk at work or behind the wheel — can be harmful. What's more, even fitting in some moderate or vigorous activity doesn't seem to significantly offset the risk of sitting most of the time.

    The solution? Sit less and move more overall. You might start by simply standing rather than sitting whenever you have the chance.

 

For example: 
- Stand while talking on the phone or eating lunch.

- If you work at a desk for long periods of time, try a standing desk — or improvise with a high table or counter.


Better yet, think about ways to walk while you work:

- Walk laps with your colleagues rather than gathering in a conference room for meetings.

- Position your work surface above a treadmill — with a computer screen and keyboard on a stand or a specialized treadmill-ready vertical desk — so that you can be in motion throughout the day. 

- The impact of movement — even leisurely movement — can be profound. For starters, you'll burn more calories. This can lead to weight loss and increased energy.

- Plus, the muscle activity needed for standing and other movement seems to trigger important reactions related to the breakdown of fats and sugars within the body. When you sit, these responses stall — and your health risks increase. When you're standing or actively moving, you kick the processes back into action.

 

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Water Aerobics Class Is held in both deep & shallow water with our Hydro-Fit certified instructor Alec Dodge 

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

10:45am - 11:45pm


(WATCH FOR POSSIBLE TIME CHANGES AND CLOSURES IN JULY)​

 
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