Fitness center – All Round Fitness http://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/ Wed, 18 May 2022 01:01:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-01T190103.642.png Fitness center – All Round Fitness http://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/ 32 32 Local Events – Davie County Enterprise Record https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/local-events-davie-county-enterprise-record-2/ Wed, 18 May 2022 01:01:09 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/local-events-davie-county-enterprise-record-2/ Fundraisers Saturday May 21 Ukraine breakfast fundraiser, 7am-11am, Advance VFW Post 8719, 130 Feed Mill Rd. 100% proceeds to Samitarian’s Piurse Ukraine Relief. Donations. Bacon, eggs, sausages, cookies, sauce, oatmeal, on site or to take away. BBQ chicken platters, Cornatzer Dulin VFD1 p.m. while supplies last, take-out only, $12, chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, bun, dessert. […]]]>

Fundraisers

Saturday May 21

Ukraine breakfast fundraiser, 7am-11am, Advance VFW Post 8719, 130 Feed Mill Rd. 100% proceeds to Samitarian’s Piurse Ukraine Relief. Donations. Bacon, eggs, sausages, cookies, sauce, oatmeal, on site or to take away.

BBQ chicken platters, Cornatzer Dulin VFD1 p.m. while supplies last, take-out only, $12, chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, bun, dessert. 1522 Cornatzer Road, Mocksville.

Meetings

Saturday October 8

Davie High School Class of 1982, 40-Year-Old Reunion, 7-11 p.m., The Farm at Oak Hill, 186 Kent Lane, Mocksville. $40 per couple, $25 per person, paid to DHS Class of ’82, c/o Shelia Walker Stanley, PO Box 601, Mocksville. Details to be found on the class Facebook page. Religion

Sunday May 22

Reverend Dr. Ervin Baker 20th Birthday, pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, Cooleemee, during the 11 a.m. service.

Sunday May 29

George and Minnie Campbell DayShiloh Baptist, 544 E. Depot St., Mocksville, 11 a.m.

Special events

Friday May 27

Strawberry jam canning workshop, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Extension Center, downtown Mocksville. $15. Book your place before May 23 336.753.6100.

Saturday June 4

Tea Party, Dulin Methodist, 897 Dulin Rd., Mocksville, 2-4 p.m. Put on a party hat and join the free party. Write to the church and tell them how many will be there.

Thursdays

BoTyme Jam, country, bluegrass and gospel music, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Farmington Community Center, Farmington Road, Mocksville. $3, musicians admitted free.

In progress

Smith Grove Farmers Market, Saturdays, 1-3:30 p.m., Smith Grove Methodist, 3492 US 158, Mocksville. Local products, eggs, metas, honey, plants, pastries, artisan gifts, food vendors, children’s activities, music, non-profit booths. Visit Facebook or Instagram.

Tech Tuesdays, Davie County Public Library, 371 Main St. N., Mocksville. Get help with technology devices, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Register for an appointment: http://bit.ly/DCPLTECHJAZ. Learn more by calling 336-753-6033 or emailing jbaylor@daviecountync.gov.

Meetings

Thursday May 12

Mocksville Planning Council, 5:30 p.m., City Hall, Clement Street. Rezoning application for 6 acres of residential to multi-family overlay at 556 S. Main St. Also discussion of dimensional requirements in zoning text.

In progress

Sheffield Calahaln Vol. Firefighters.Monday evenings at 7 p.m.

NAMI Family Support Group for confidential support to families of people with diagnosed mental illness. Via Zoom second and fourth Tuesdays, 6-7:30 p.m. missjulieysl@gmail.com.

Seniors

All of the following events are sponsored by Davie Senior Services. For more information or to register, call 336-753-6230. The main campus at 278 Meroney St. is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Brock Recreation Center Health and Fitness Center at 644 N. Main St. is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday.

Mondays

Afternoon card games, new program, 1 p.m. First Monday, Uno; second, Skipbo; third, Tower; fourth, Rummy; fifth, Crazy Eights.

Tuesdays

Email Basics10-11am With Davie Public Library.

Friday May 20

Bunco Party, 1 p.m. Learn to play. Refreshments.

Monday May 23

What’s Cooking: Foods, Modes and Useful Home Tricks1 p.m.

tuesday 24 may

Coffee and care, 10 a.m., a time for caregivers to discuss.

Wednesday May 25

Celebrating Senior Health and Fitness Day, 1 p.m., Brock Campus. Games and fun activities, snacks.

Thursday May 26

Good Health Club, 1 p.m. with Stacey Southern, nutrition coordinator. Learn tips for healthy eating, share recipes, do light exercises.

Silver Arts Follies: Senior Games Closing Ceremonies, Awards, 6 p.m. Performing arts participants and cheerleaders will perform. Silver arts on display.

Friday May 27

Move it or lose it, 10 a.m., with Allegra Tucker of the Davie Health Department. Learn how to incorporate more movement into daily life, discover the benefits.

In progress

Brock Senior Steppers, begins Jan. 3 at Brock Gym, open 8-10 a.m. each morning and at other non-scheduled times. Sign up and count steps for monthly and annual prizes.

line dance via Zoom, Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. with Vickie Spivey. 55 and over.

Yoga classes via Zoom, Mondays, 11 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. with Kim Crawford. 55 and over.

Coffee and care, Tuesdays at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Interact with other caregivers, ask questions to staff member Kelly Sloan. Open to caregivers of all ages.

live music

Thursday May 19

jack of diamonds6 p.m., 601 Burgers & Brews, USA 601 N., Mocksville.

Friday May 20

ashes and arrows6 p.m., The Station, Downtown Mocksville.

magnolia green, 5:30 p.m. Raylen Vineyards & Winery, US 158, Mocksville.

Sunday May 22

red umber, Jazz Sunday, 2 p.m., Raylen Vineyards & Wintery, US 158, Mcoksville.

Thursday May 26

Aaron and Ellen6:30 p.m. Summer music kicks off at O’Calahan’s, Downtown Mocksville.

Whiskey Micro, 6 p.m. 601 Burgers & Brews, USA 601 N., Mocksville.

Saturday May 28

Jason Leake’s band7 p.m., The Station, Downtown Mocksville.

Nick Brancome, noon, Raylen Vineyards & Winery, US 158, Mocksville.

Sunday May 29

sydney pink2 p.m., The Station, Downtown Mocksville.

Thursday, June 2

Adam and Avery6:30 p.m., O’Calahan’s, downtown Mocksville.

Darrell Hoots6 p.m., 601 Burgers & Brews, USA 601 N., Mocksville.

Friday, June 3

COIA6 p.m., The Station, Downtown Mocksville.

James Vincent Carroll5:30 p.m., Raylen Vineyards & Winery, US 158, Mocksville.

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FCP, One Real Estate Buy Community of San Antonio https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/fcp-one-real-estate-buy-community-of-san-antonio/ Mon, 16 May 2022 14:13:13 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/fcp-one-real-estate-buy-community-of-san-antonio/ The top. Image courtesy of FCP and One Real Estate Investment A joint venture of Federal Capital Partners and A real estate investment acquired The Summit, a 284-unit Class B community in San Antonio. The seller was Shipping Propertieswhich had purchased the asset in early 2019, according to Yardi Matrix data. Located at 1955 Larkspur […]]]>

The top. Image courtesy of FCP and One Real Estate Investment

A joint venture of Federal Capital Partners and A real estate investment acquired The Summit, a 284-unit Class B community in San Antonio. The seller was Shipping Propertieswhich had purchased the asset in early 2019, according to Yardi Matrix data.

Located at 1955 Larkspur Drive, with access to Interstate 410 and US Route 281, the community is 12 miles north of downtown San Antonio and 5.5 miles from San Antonio International Airport . Dining and retail options are available along NW Military Highway and West Avenue.

Built in 1984, the community has one-, two-, and three-bedroom units averaging 870 square feet in two- and three-story buildings. Facilities include a clubhouse, playground, dog park and two swimming pools, among others.

The new owner plans to invest some $5.1 million in improving the property. Units will receive new flooring, countertops and appliances, as well as backsplashes and light fixtures. Outdoor amenities, such as the outdoor kitchen, fitness center and clubhouse, will also be upgraded.

The Summit represents FCP’s second investment in San Antonio and its 13th in Texas, while OREI has expanded its Lone Star State portfolio to more than 3,000 units under management with this purchase. Last year, FCP partnered with VaultCap to acquire two communities totaling 375 units in the Dallas suburb of Grand Prairie that were united under a new name.

Senior Director Will Caruth of Berkadia represented the seller in the current transaction.

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Upcoming local events: guest speaker from the Del Mar Foundation, Del Mar Rotary Chili and Quackers, concerts and more https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/upcoming-local-events-guest-speaker-from-the-del-mar-foundation-del-mar-rotary-chili-and-quackers-concerts-and-more/ Sat, 14 May 2022 21:30:29 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/upcoming-local-events-guest-speaker-from-the-del-mar-foundation-del-mar-rotary-chili-and-quackers-concerts-and-more/ The Del Mar Foundation event will feature a speaker on “Insights into Medical Research” The Del Mar Foundation will present a DMFTalk, featuring Dr. CC King, CEO of Diabetes Research Connection, on Monday, May 23, at City Hall. King will speak on “Insights into Medical Research: Why it is Important and Where it Going”. The […]]]>

The Del Mar Foundation event will feature a speaker on “Insights into Medical Research”

The Del Mar Foundation will present a DMFTalk, featuring Dr. CC King, CEO of Diabetes Research Connection, on Monday, May 23, at City Hall. King will speak on “Insights into Medical Research: Why it is Important and Where it Going”. The event begins with a wine and cheese reception at 6 p.m., followed by the presentation from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Register at delmarfoundation.org.

Return of the Rotary Club of Del Mar Chile and Quackers event

The highly anticipated and universally acclaimed Rotary Club of Del Mar Chile and Quackers event is back. Live and in person, the Rotary Club is hosting the 14th Annual Chili & Quackers Challenge on Saturday, May 21, from noon to 3 p.m. Join the fun for all ages at Powerhouse Park, 1658 Coast Blvd, Del Mar.

The event offers family fun with a duck derby, a race of rubber ducks in the water (contained by nets at Powerhouse Park). This community event is free – adopting ducks is completely optional. Also enjoy chili dogs and soft drinks. A beer and wine garden will also be available for guests over 21, all of which will be available for purchase. Children will enjoy the games and the twists of the balloons. All proceeds benefit the Rotary Club of Del Mar’s charitable service projects, both nationwide and around the world.

Ducky Derby: Adopt a duck or multiple ducks to be released by Del Mar’s rescuers as part of a duck flotilla. The adopters of the ducks who land the fastest will win valuable prizes.

Viewing is free; racing ducks are available for purchase. Go to the chiliandquackers.org website to purchase advance tickets, duck races, food and drink, more information and for direct donations to a number of projects the club supports locally and internationally.

The opening ceremonies will take place on Saturday, May 21 at noon with the Ducky Derby race taking place at 2:30 p.m. Del Mar lifeguards will take thousands of rubber ducks out into the Pacific surf, release them, and return them to the shore. The first ducks to reach the shore will win thousands of dollars in prizes. First prize: $1,000; second prize: $600; third prize: $400; fourth and fifth prize: $200; and additional prizes in kind. —Dee House Report, Rotary Club of Del Mar

Earl Warren Middle School will present “Seahawk Showcase”

Earl Warren Middle School will host its “Seahawk Showcase: A Night Celebrating the Arts and Student Achievement,” Thursday, May 26, from 5-8 p.m. The evening will open with an art gallery followed by student awards and conclude with musical and student drama performances. There is a suggested $5 donation at the door to benefit Earl Warren’s VPA programs. Address: 155 Stevens Avenue, Solana Beach, 92075.

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Del Mar celebrates Memorial Day with a memorial service

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Del Mar will celebrate Memorial Day with a memorial service of hymns and prayers on Monday, May 30 at 11 a.m. After the service, a memorial roll call where the names of members of the armed forces who died on active duty are read. This event is rich in tradition; one that will “stir your heart and fill you with pride”. The service ends with “Taps”.

Send the names (and rank if known) of deceased service members to Vicki Harney at vharney@stpetersdelmar.net or by phone at 858-755-1616 as soon as possible.

The next concert will be at the Solana Beach Presbyterian Church

“Divine Encounter: 200 Years of Sacred Choral Music”: Come and hear the combined forces of the choirs of Solana Beach Presbyterian Church and Oceanside Presbyterian Church perform alongside a professional chamber instrumental ensemble at their return to the annual spring concerts. These programs will each take place at 4 p.m. on Sunday June 5 at the SBPC and on Sunday June 12 at the OFPC. A voluntary offering will be collected. The concerts feature the works of Franz Schubert, Mack Wilberg and Craig Courtney. Visit solanabeach.church. SBPC is located at 120 Stevens Avenue, Solana Beach. The OFPC is located at 2001 S. El Camino Real, Oceanside.

The North Coast Symphony presents the “Romantic Diamonds Revealed” concert

The North Coast Symphony Orchestra presents Romantic Diamonds Revealed, a concert featuring Dvorak’s Symphony No. 6 in D Major, Debussy’s March Ecossaise, Coleridge-Taylor’s The Bamboula and Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance No. 4. The performance will take place on Saturday, May 28 at 2:30 p.m., at San Dieguito United Methodist Church, 170 Calle Magdelena, Encinitas. Now in its 75th year, the orchestra is conducted by Daniel Swem. Tickets at the door: $10 general, $8 seniors/students/military, $25/family max. For more information, visit www.northcoastsymphony.com.

Scripps MD Anderson will host a free Cancer Survivors Day event on June 8

The Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center will host a virtual Cancer Survivor’s Day event for cancer survivors, families, friends and the community at large on Wednesday, June 8, from 4-6 p.m.

This informative and inspiring event will focus on living life well. The program will begin with welcoming remarks from Scripps MD Anderson Medical Director Thomas Buchholz, MD, followed by a cancer patient story by author Catherine Datte. Robert Bonakdar, MD, of the Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine, will present on using mindfulness meditation to help cope with stress.

Attendees can take part in a mindfulness and stretching break led by Scripps Fitness Instructor Amy Callahan, followed by a discussion on nutrition and fitness for wellness, with Scripps Registered Dietitian Alison Meagher and Shiley Fitness Center supervisor Teresa Hodge. The Cancer Survivors Day event is free, but pre-registration is required, either online at bit.ly/3LTtueJ or by calling 1-800-SCRIPPS (1-800-727-4777).

Visit www.scripps.org.

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The city of Bettendorf is looking for park ambassadors https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/the-city-of-bettendorf-is-looking-for-park-ambassadors/ Thu, 12 May 2022 22:01:00 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/the-city-of-bettendorf-is-looking-for-park-ambassadors/ BETTENDORF, Iowa (KWQC) –The town of Bettendorf The Parks and Recreation Department is looking for volunteers to serve as Park Ambassadors for the 2022 season. Meredith Fabrizius, Director of Culture and Leisure, informs viewers about the Park Ambassador Program. The duties of these volunteers include giving instructions, providing information about park activities, monitoring vandalism, reminding […]]]>

BETTENDORF, Iowa (KWQC) –The town of Bettendorf The Parks and Recreation Department is looking for volunteers to serve as Park Ambassadors for the 2022 season.

Meredith Fabrizius, Director of Culture and Leisure, informs viewers about the Park Ambassador Program. The duties of these volunteers include giving instructions, providing information about park activities, monitoring vandalism, reminding guests to abide by park rules, and serving as additional eyes and ears for the department. Bettendorf police.

Volunteers are essentially considered “goodwill ambassadors” and must be over the age of 18. Residing in Bettendorf. is not a requirement. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license. Interested persons must be in good physical health and must pass a criminal background check.

Park Ambassadors are usually sent in pairs. Each ambassador usually volunteers two or three nights a month. They patrol in rotation between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. every night, from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day. Volunteers are given a hat and shirt so they can be easily identified, as well as a city vehicle in which to patrol the parks.

How to register: Applications can be picked up from the list of locations below and should be returned to Meredith at Life Fitness Center. Interested parties can also to visit here and submit a Park Ambassador Volunteer Program Interest Form to request that an application be mailed to them. For more information, call 563-344-4091.

  • Bettendorf Town Hall, 1609 State St.
  • Life Fitness Center, 2222 Middle Road
  • Family Museum, 2900 Learning Campus Drive
  • Bettendorf Public Library, 2950 Learning Campus Drive
  • Palmer Hills Golf Course, 2999 Middle Road

Copyright 2022 KWQC. All rights reserved.

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St. Cloud set to vote after public hearing on major development https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/st-cloud-set-to-vote-after-public-hearing-on-major-development/ Tue, 10 May 2022 05:39:36 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/st-cloud-set-to-vote-after-public-hearing-on-major-development/ (KNSI) – St. Cloud has delayed a decision on a major development project in South St. Cloud. Klein’s planned landscaping unit development off the 4000 block of South 33rd Street has been tabled until the next City Council meeting. The project includes four apartment buildings, an assisted living facility, a fitness center, offices and shops. […]]]>

(KNSI) – St. Cloud has delayed a decision on a major development project in South St. Cloud. Klein’s planned landscaping unit development off the 4000 block of South 33rd Street has been tabled until the next City Council meeting. The project includes four apartment buildings, an assisted living facility, a fitness center, offices and shops.

A public hearing was held Monday at City Council. Developer Larry Klein spoke at the hearing and said he was building fewer but nicer apartments.

“We are targeting higher-end multi-family housing. We had a higher density ratio of about 353 units. With the investment group we deal with, they have a preference for larger units as well as more common space. The count is therefore down to 287.

He says the area will include green spaces, a pond and landscaping.

“Some of the concept plans show somewhat heavier landscaping improvements on the property, since we are in this business.”

The 42-acre site is expected to spark new growth in St. Cloud.

“With the new Tech High School being completed. We think there’s going to be a lot of growth along 33rd Street and we think that’s a good place to start.

The developers say plans could change as tenants and businesses commit to the project. The proposal was tabled because some board members were absent from Monday’s meeting.

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Michelle Artis enters the role of manager at the racquet club https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/michelle-artis-enters-the-role-of-manager-at-the-racquet-club/ Sun, 08 May 2022 13:41:03 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/michelle-artis-enters-the-role-of-manager-at-the-racquet-club/ Michelle Artis is the new manager of the HF Park District Racquet & Fitness Club. (Marilyn Thomas/HF Chronicle) The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District Racquet and Fitness Club has a new manager. Michelle Artis succeeds Eileen Rohrer who is retiring. Artis has been in the role since shortly after his appointment on April 11. Rohrer will be […]]]>

Michelle Artis is the new manager of the HF Park District Racquet & Fitness Club. (Marilyn Thomas/HF Chronicle)

The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District Racquet and Fitness Club has a new manager. Michelle Artis succeeds Eileen Rohrer who is retiring.

Artis has been in the role since shortly after his appointment on April 11. Rohrer will be at the club until the end of June to help Artis learn club operations and park district management.

“I’m so excited to be here,” Artis said. “I’m learning everything inside and out” so she can assess the improvements and changes needed at the club.

Artis comes to the HF Park District from the Wheaton Park District where she first worked for the past 16 years as a personal trainer and led group classes. She later served as assistant manager of the Park District Fitness Center and later was promoted to manager. She also managed the district’s mini-golf and skatepark and served as one of the special events team leaders.

One of the plans for the HF Park District is to put more emphasis on transforming the racquet club into a community site by moving some park programs into the club building space. Artis said she was ready to help with the transition. She helped Wheaton Parks redesign its facilities, though the pandemic delayed work until this year.

“We had to go inch by inch and piece by piece to see what needed to be changed, improved or redone,” she said of Wheaton’s work which was planned as a five-year project. She was also involved in redesigning the layout and reception areas of the Carol Stream Park District.

“It’s a lot of work, a lot of planning, a lot of detail, but the end result is always great when you can support the community,” Artis said.

Growing up in southeast Chicago, she said she played all sports and played on the volleyball, basketball, and fast-paced softball teams throughout high school. She earned a Bachelor of Physical Education with a concentration in Fitness Management from DePaul University.

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Where to park during Start 2022 and other essential information | rowan today https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/where-to-park-during-start-2022-and-other-essential-information-rowan-today/ Fri, 06 May 2022 14:09:23 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/where-to-park-during-start-2022-and-other-essential-information-rowan-today/ During the May 7-13 launch week, access to parking and some campus buildings and resources may change. Information for visitors Parking & Shuttles For Rowan University’s main launch ceremony on Saturday May 7 (rain date Sunday May 8), visitors can park in Lots A, B, O, D and the Edgewood Park Apartments and Chestnut Hall […]]]>

During the May 7-13 launch week, access to parking and some campus buildings and resources may change.

Information for visitors

Parking & Shuttles

For Rowan University’s main launch ceremony on Saturday May 7 (rain date Sunday May 8), visitors can park in Lots A, B, O, D and the Edgewood Park Apartments and Chestnut Hall lots at off of Carpenter Street. Shuttle buses will run through these lots to Wackar Stadium. Additional shuttles will loop from Rowan Boulevard/Courtyard by Marriot to the stadium.

During the college launch ceremonies on University Green May 9-13, recommended parking is in the Townhouse Garage, Lots B, D, O, and Edgewood Park Apartments and Chestnut Hall Lots. Shuttle buses will pass through these parking lots to Lot R, University Green at Bunce Hall. Additional shuttles will run from Rowan Boulevard/Courtyard by Marriot to Lot R, University Green to Bunce Hall.

The shuttle service will be free.

Information for employees and students

During the back-to-school week, all University offices will be open during normal working hours.

Employees should avoid parking lots reserved for visitors. Alternate parking locations for employees include the townhouse garage, Rowan Boulevard or Mick Drive garages, or open lots on the north side of campus.

Fitness, Wellness Centers

The Rowan University Recreation Center and Fitness Center on Victoria Street will be open during the launch week, but with reduced hours.

From Monday, May 9 to Friday, May 13, the recreation center will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Victoria Street Fitness Center will be open from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Rowan University Wellness Center will be open but during summer hours, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

food service

Although many restaurants on campus are closed, Refreshes in the market (lower level Chamberlain Student Center) will be open Monday-Friday, May 9-13, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

For more information, including times and times for all ceremonies, please visit the main Startup 2022 site.

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High school students get ‘summer pass’ to train for free at Planet Fitness | Health https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/high-school-students-get-summer-pass-to-train-for-free-at-planet-fitness-health/ Wed, 04 May 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/high-school-students-get-summer-pass-to-train-for-free-at-planet-fitness-health/ A national chain of fitness centers with locations in State College, Williamsport, Bloomsburg and Sunbury wants students to stay in shape all summer long. How? By offering free memberships. Planet Fitness invites high school students aged 14 to 19 to train for free from May 16 to August 31 as part of the High School […]]]>

A national chain of fitness centers with locations in State College, Williamsport, Bloomsburg and Sunbury wants students to stay in shape all summer long. How? By offering free memberships.

Planet Fitness invites high school students aged 14 to 19 to train for free from May 16 to August 31 as part of the High School Summer Pass initiative.

High School Summer Pass was officially known as the Teen Summer Challenge, which was the first program of its kind launched in 2019 and has seen over 900,000 teens sign up and complete over 5.5 million workouts over three months and half. period, depending on the company.

From today, high school students can visit PlanetFitness.com/SummerPass to pre-register and receive a reminder to officially register when the program officially begins on Monday, May 16. Teens under 18 must register with a parent or guardian online or in the club

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open, less than 15% of teens met the daily physical activity recommendation of 60 minutes during the pandemic.

A national study commissioned by Planet Fitness found that 93% of American teens want to to stay healthy and active during the summer months, but many lack the motivation or access to do so. High School Summer Pass offers a solution for teens wanting to stay active when school sports programs, gym classes, and extracurricular activities end.

“As a leader in fitness, we believe we have a responsibility to provide a welcoming, safe, and non-judgmental environment for high school students to enhance their physical and mental well-being, especially given the challenges they face. faced and continue to face in the aftermath of the pandemic,” said Chris Rondeau, CEO of Planet Fitness.

“Our study found that almost all high school students (92%) agreed that when they are regularly physically active, they feel much better mentally. Fitness is also about feeling good, and we hope the High School Summer Pass empowers teens to create lifelong workout habits to help them succeed in all aspects of their lives,” Rondeau said.

To further motivate high school students to make fitness a priority, all participants who register beginning May 16 are automatically entered into The Planet Fitness High School Summer Pass Sweepstakes, awarding a $500 scholarship in each state ( and the District of Columbia), and a large $5,000 scholarship at the end of the summer.

Depending on the company, these scholarships can be used for academic or athletic activities or programs

To find out how high school students view health and fitness today, Planet Fitness commissioned a national study in partnership with Material to shed light on mental and physical health from the perspective of teens and parents.

Although negatively affected by the pandemic, adolescents are ready to commit to being healthy, both physically and mentally, according to the study results.

Key findings include:

Fitness for victory

Although three in five teens (60%) say their usual health and fitness routines have been severely disrupted in the past two years, almost all (89%) of their parents feel that exercise and physical activity regularly help their teens cope with life’s challenges. pandemic. And almost all (92%) teens agree that when they are regularly physically active, they feel much better mentally.

Although many teens make exercise and fitness a priority in their lives (65%), there are significant barriers to this. Seventy-eight percent of teens note that simply having access to a place to workout and being able to workout with friends (72%) would benefit their health and fitness journey.

According to the study, a majority of teens who exercise also agree that physical fitness makes them feel healthier (61%), stronger (57%) and happier (50%). It also offers the significant health benefits of more energy (69%), increased strength (64%) and stress relief (61%).

Mental health at the center of attention

Almost half (48%) of teens admit to experiencing mental health issues for the first time during the pandemic. And more than half (51%) say they currently struggle with anxiety, according to the study.

Parents are extremely concerned about the impact of the past two years on the mental health (71%), overall health (66%) and fitness (60%) of their teens. And 71% are also concerned about their high school student’s academic progress and preparation for college.

That said, more than four in five teens say they’re hopeful about what’s to come in the future (85%) and that the pandemic has shown them how strong they really are (82%), according to the study.

Let’s talk

Parents overwhelmingly spoke more regularly to their teens over the past two years about topics such as self-esteem and confidence (92%), exercise and training (88%) and mental health (82 %). The majority of teens today also say they are now more open and communicative about their feelings (79%).

Screen time, more time

A majority of parents (55%) also report that the time their teens spend on social media has increased since the start of the pandemic. In fact, many parents believe that their teens spend more time sedentary than active. Fifty-four percent noted that their teens are texting more today, 52% have seen an increase in video games, and 50% of parents say their teen is spending more time watching TV.

According to the study, more teenagers agree that they spend too much time in front of screens than they did just before the pandemic (61% in 2022 compared to 52% in 2020).

According to the company, High School Summer Pass participants will have access to Planet Fitness’ free, in-house certified trainers and 15 trainer-led workout videos and 10 downloadable workouts – including cardio, strength, toning and training circuits. sport – only for high school students (all physical levels combined), available on their application, PlanetFitness.com/SummerPassfrom May 16.

Enhanced COVID-19 safety and sanitization protocols include:

  • Contactless check-in via the free Planet Fitness app – available to all High School Summer Pass participants
  • A Crowd Meter on the Planet Fitness app that allows members to check club capacity in real time before they even leave home
  • Increased disinfection to continuously clean and disinfect high-touch areas, with cleaning stations available to members
  • Mask policies in line with local guidelines

To visit PlanetFitness.com/SummerPass for more information and to register.

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The Hoboken Girl has just launched a real estate directory: View Properties https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/the-hoboken-girl-has-just-launched-a-real-estate-directory-view-properties/ Tue, 03 May 2022 01:00:27 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/the-hoboken-girl-has-just-launched-a-real-estate-directory-view-properties/ Finding a home in Hoboken and Jersey City is no small feat, even if you know it won’t be your forever home. The decision-making process in finding real estate to rent or buy in the Hudson County area can be stressful, to say the least, as one must consider location, amenities that fit your lifestyle […]]]>

Finding a home in Hoboken and Jersey City is no small feat, even if you know it won’t be your forever home. The decision-making process in finding real estate to rent or buy in the Hudson County area can be stressful, to say the least, as one must consider location, amenities that fit your lifestyle – and price, above all. Hoboken’s Daughter readers are always looking for recommendations on everything from real estate rental properties to condos for sale in the North Jersey area, so we thought it would be helpful to put together a guide to these buildings and homes. Check out our new real estate directory, a curated (and ever-growing) list of real estate buildings in Hoboken, Jersey City and the greater North Jersey area. Check out these local real estate properties, compare and log on for viewings, and check back regularly as the directory will be updated regularly with new listings.

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Interested in listing a property in our directory? Please email advertising@hobokengirl.com.

First of all, you will always be able to go directly to the page that hosts (pun intended) all of these websites on one of our The local girl websites — for hoboken girl readers, the direct link is hobokengirl.com/real estate – and if you’re from or are thinking of Essex County, the Montclair area or North Jersey in general, you can head to themontclairgirl.com/real estate. We’ll keep adding different listings on an ongoing basis, so be sure to check back regularly!

And now some of the properties you can visit and find in our directory:

The Enclave Collection | The Enclave: 675 Monmouth Street, Jersey City, 100 House: 100 Hoboken Avenue, Jersey City, One Ten: 110 Hoboken Avenue, Jersey City

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GI: @theenclavejcliving, @100housejc, @onetenjc

The Enclave, 100 Houseand one ten are part of the same real estate collection but are one of a kind. No matter which address you choose to The Enclave Collection, each building is filled with upscale amenities, outdoor spaces and modern rental residences – with distinct features. All three properties are located near parks, restaurants, and recreation, with quick access to the PATH, ferry, and NJ Turnpike, and with Citi Bikes and free shuttle service.

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Hudson House | 315 15th Street, Jersey City

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GI: @hudsonhouselofts

Hudson House, is a luxury residential collection of brand new studio, one, two and three bedroom residences with trendy decor and spacious layouts. It has concierge service, rooftop pool deck, speakeasy, fitness center, shuttle to the Hoboken PATH, and more.

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3 acres | 400 Claremont Ave, Jersey City

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GI: @3acres_jc

3 acres is all about city living and resort style living. It offers luxury studios to two-bedroom rental residences with over 70,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including an outdoor pool, hot tub and sundeck, rooftop terrace with barbecue grills, coworking, a game room, free shuttles to the PATH, your own bar, restaurant, cafe, juice bar, and more.

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The Agnes | 132 Yale Ave, Jersey City

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GI: @theagnes001

The Agnes is a luxury rental property offering studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments on the West Side of Jersey City. Modern amenities include an outdoor pool and landscaped courtyard with barbecue grills, a club room, a lounge with a fireplace, a fitness center, a communal kitchen, a children’s playroom, on-site parking, a park and a dog wash. Shuttle service to Journal Square PATH Station and West Side Light Rail.

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Wonder Lofts Condominiums | 720 Clinton Street, Hoboken

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GI: @wonderloftshoboken

Wonder Lofts is a collection of 83 brand new condominium residences in the heart of Hoboken, located in the original Wonder Bread Factory. The historic property features 2 to 5 bedroom homes with 1,200 to 2,700 square feet of living space with historic architectural elements preserved in the contemporary revamp. Each house offers private outdoor space and a parking space in the on-site garage. Indoor and outdoor facilities include concierge, landscaped rooftop with infinity pool, circular bar, and 360-degree views of the Manhattan and Hoboken skyline. There’s also a residents’ lounge, kids’ playroom, full gym, and more.

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The hazel tree | 89 Monitor Street, Jersey City

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GI: @thehazeljc

The hazel tree is a collection of luxury rental homes in the Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood of Jersey City, known for its open green spaces, eclectic lifestyle options and proximity to Manhattan. The new six-story building features spacious studios, as well as one- and two-bedroom residences. Amenities include an on-site concierge, a rooftop terrace with barbecue grills, a Sky Lounge with New York City views, outdoor courtyards, a coworking space, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

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Vermelle NJ | Multiple NJ locations

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GI: @vermellawoodbridgenj, @vermellagarwood, @vermellaunion

The 12 vermella properties are a collection of modern, transit-friendly communities throughout New Jersey, including Union, Kearny, Harrison, Lyndhurst, Verona, Waldwick, Garwood, Woodbridge, Hackensack, and Orange. Connecting the unique personalities of the region’s wealthiest cities, Vermella aims to elevate the residential experience, bringing an original style to each residential building. Communities offer studio, one, two and three bedroom homes. Amenities include on-site parking, outdoor pools, rooftop terraces, game rooms, and more.

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829 Garfield | 829 Garfield Ave, Jersey City

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GI: @829Garfield

829 Garfield is a modern collection of two and three bedroom residences that prides itself on style and design. Located in the Bela neighborhood of Jersey City, there are 110 brand new luxury residences. It features a WFH-inspired lobby, on-site attached garage, private dog run, comfortable outdoor patios in select homes, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

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Haus25 | 25 Christopher Columbus Drive, Jersey City

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GI: @livehaus25

Haus25 raises the bar for modern city living with residences that redefine home with hospitality-inspired services and spectacular views of NYC+ beyond. Luxury amenities include a resort-style swimming pool, exclusive bowling alley and sky lounge. There’s room for everyone at Haus25, with thoughtfully designed studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans, each with EnergyStar-qualified appliances and high-end finishes. With a prime location in downtown Jersey City, residents can enjoy all that Jersey City has to offer while being a short train or ferry ride from Manhattan.

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the Real Estate Directory will live on our site, and our sister site The Montclair Girl on a permanent basis and will serve as an ever-growing resource. Whether you’re seriously looking to buy your forever home, toying with the idea of ​​moving to a new building, or just looking to have some fun, our real estate directory is sure to help you narrow down your next space to call home – all in one place.

Contact our marketing manager Devin for more information on how to be part of our property directory at Devin@hobokengirl.com.

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Former Mayor Blasio and his wife are living in an expensive Brooklyn hotel despite being in $2.5 million in debt https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/former-mayor-blasio-and-his-wife-are-living-in-an-expensive-brooklyn-hotel-despite-being-in-2-5-million-in-debt/ Sun, 01 May 2022 00:26:58 +0000 https://www.allroundfitness.co.uk/former-mayor-blasio-and-his-wife-are-living-in-an-expensive-brooklyn-hotel-despite-being-in-2-5-million-in-debt/ Former mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife have been living in an expensive four-star hotel in Brooklyn since he left office months ago, despite being $2.5 million in debt. The couple were spotted with their taxpayer-funded NYPD security by their side at the lavish New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, on New York […]]]>

Former mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife have been living in an expensive four-star hotel in Brooklyn since he left office months ago, despite being $2.5 million in debt.

The couple were spotted with their taxpayer-funded NYPD security by their side at the lavish New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, on New York Post reported.

De Blasio and his wife Chirlane McCray moved out of Gracie Mansion after de Blasio left office in late December, but stayed at the hotel while their Park Slope, Brooklyn home undergoes renovations.

The former mayor’s $2.5 million debt includes $300,000 in legal fees following his defense in an investigation into his fundraising activities. Another $200,000 comes from previous campaign accounts that owe money, the Post reported.

The Post reported that de Blasio has yet to repay taxpayers nearly $320,000 that the city’s investigative department determined he owes for misusing his NYPD security details.

De Blasio is eligible to collect a six-figure pension and also receives rental income on the two Brooklyn homes he owns, but the Post reported last year that financial difficulties forced him to take out a second mortgage. on one of the houses which cost him $615,342. .

De Blasio’s political critics told the Post that the former mayor’s “suite life” was hypocritical.

“He’s a hypocrite living like a percenter, and that raises a lot of red flags,” Councilman Robert Holden (D-Queens) said. ‘Who pays for this? Like most people, when I remodeled my home, I did it piecemeal and lived in one room at a time. I definitely wouldn’t stay at a high end hotel like the Brooklyn Marriott, especially if I’m in debt.

When de Blasio ran for mayor before being elected in 2013, he promised in votes that he would end the “income inequality” that has created a “Tale of Two Cities”.

Former mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife have been living in an expensive four-star hotel in Brooklyn since he left office months ago, despite being $2.5 million in debt.

The couple were spotted with their taxpayer-funded NYPD security details by their side at the lavish New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge (pictured)

The couple were spotted with their taxpayer-funded NYPD security details by their side at the lavish New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge (pictured)

Pictured is the Marriott hotel in Brooklyn Bridge which has a lavish lobby and swanky bar

Pictured is the Marriott hotel in Brooklyn Bridge which has a lavish lobby and swanky bar

The 667-room Brooklyn Bridge Hotel, with suites that cost between $600 and $5,000 a night, has a rooftop, indoor pool, <a class=fitness center, restaurants, and with a view of the seafront” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

The 667-room Brooklyn Bridge Hotel, with suites that cost between $600 and $5,000 a night, has a rooftop, indoor pool, fitness center, restaurants, and with a view of the seafront

The 667-room Brooklyn Bridge Hotel, with suites that cost between $600 and $5,000 a night, has an indoor pool, fitness center with multiple Peloton machines, two restaurants, and with a view of the seafront.

De Blasio and his wife are currently staying in one of the hotel’s suites with a $600-a-night rate that offers a bedroom and living room, the Post reported.

The hotel is owned by Muss Development, a Queens company that has long been a supporter of de Blasio, the Post reported.

A spokeswoman for Muss Development told the Post that the hotel’s ownership “is not involved in the accommodation of specific customers.”

View of Marriott hotel bar at Brooklyn Bridge

View of Marriott hotel bar at Brooklyn Bridge

De Blasio and his wife are currently staying in one of the hotel's suites with a $600-a-night rate that offers a bedroom and living room, the Post reported.

De Blasio and his wife are currently staying in one of the hotel’s suites with a $600-a-night rate that offers a bedroom and living room, the Post reported.

The front desk pictured at the lavish Marriott hotel on the Brooklyn Bridge

The front desk pictured at the lavish Marriott hotel on the Brooklyn Bridge

De Blasio announced in January that he would not run for governor of New York, according to a Twitter video filmed in his neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn.

De Blasio’s tenure ended on December 31. He was replaced by Mayor Eric Adams.

In his video announcement, de Blasio hinted at his less than stellar reputation.

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Bill de Blasio announced in January that he would not run for governor of New York in a Twitter video filmed in his neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn

Bill de Blasio announced in January that he would not run for governor of New York in a Twitter video filmed in his neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn

“Now I have done my part in fear of mistakes. I was not good at all with groundhogs. I probably shouldn’t have gone to the gym,” he laughed.

The governor was referring to an incident in 2014 during the annual Groundhog Day ceremony, when he dropped a groundhog named “Charlotte” after it climbed up his sleeve.

The groundhog died a few days later, but a Staten Island Zoo spokesperson told the Guardian the death did not appear to be related.

De Blasio has also been criticized for continuing his gym routine at the Park Slope YMCA, even after he and his family moved to Gracie Mansion on the Upper East Side 11 miles away.

He was called upon to train even more as his administration closed schools and urged social distancing due to COVID-19 in 2020.

De Blasio joked that he

De Blasio joked that he “probably shouldn’t have gone to the gym” after being criticized for maintaining his public gym routine during COVID-19. Above is his chauffeured car outside his Park Slope YMCA gymnasium in 2020

In the video, de Blasio touted his work on the pandemic.

“We took COVID. Global pandemic,” he said. “Went from the epicenter to the safe place of this country.”

The city averaged nearly 800 daily deaths from the virus in April 2020, a number that fell below 100 and stayed that way the following month.

De Blasio’s administration also instituted universal pre-kindergarten for children shortly after his election in 2013.

The mayor cited his work in establishing universal pre-kindergarten across the city.  In October, approximately 60,000 children were enrolled in the free program

The mayor cited his work in establishing universal pre-kindergarten across the city. In October, approximately 60,000 children were enrolled in the free program

The New Yorker called it a “significant achievement” that “he delivered with a speed that even skeptics were forced to acknowledge, and on a scale unprecedented nationally.”

As of October, about 60,000 children were enrolled in the city’s free Universal Pre-K program, according to the New York Daily News.

“We said we were going to tackle inequality head-on. The story of two cities. Take it. Opponents said it couldn’t be done. But we proved together that we could make a big change,’ de Blasio said in January.

The former mayor also highlighted his work on police reform.

From 2013 – the year before he took office – to 2020, there has been a 95% reduction in stop and frisks, the controversial tactic in which police can randomly search citizens on the street, according to the city.

There was a 98% reduction in marijuana arrests and a 64% reduction in total arrests.

When pressed, de Blasio said cuts to the police department were partly related to the city's deficit, but added that the weeks of mass protests following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis also pushed him to action.

When pressed, de Blasio said cuts to the police department were partly related to the city’s deficit, but added that the weeks of mass protests following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis also pushed him to action.

In 2020, de Blasio cut $1 billion from the New York Police Department after a summer of unrest across the country following the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

The mayor’s critics have blamed his “soft on crime” approach for the current wave of growing crime in New York City, which is up 35% from the same time last year, according to the latest NYPD data.

Criminal assaults increased by almost 8%, robberies by 25% and car thefts increased by 99.4%.

De Blasio’s announcement comes as The New York Times reported that Hochul, the state’s first female governor, plans to submit documents showing she has raised $21.6 million for her campaign, about $140,000 a day since being sworn in.

The sum includes more than $21 million in cash.

This fall’s election would be his first as governor.

Hochul rose to the governor’s seat after Cuomo resigned in August, days after a report by Attorney General Letitia James revealed he allegedly sexually harassed 11 women, including nine former and current state employees.

James herself announced her candidacy for governor in October, but dropped out six weeks later, saying she would run for re-election as attorney general instead.

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