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Get In The Zone The Fall is here and we’re moving quickly into the Holidays. Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday… There is no better time than NOW to do a quick mental check-in to see where you are with your program and personal goals. Have you developed a gameplan for the remainder of the year? With so many activities and distractions coming up, don’t wait on planning how you want to finish the year out. There is no time to dwell on how far you’ve come (or haven’t come). You are here for a reason… Make sure you get the most out of your experience. Find your zone and give it everything you’ve got. Do not hesitate to take charge of your goals. Let’s make sure you finish this season on the right foot. A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. All you have...
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Did You Know- by Lynn Alberts I want to encourage you to get enough cruciferous vegetables in your diet. Cruciferous vegetables are unique because they are rich in sulfur containing compounds known as Glucosinolates. These compounds support detoxification and indole-3-carbinol which greatly reduces the risk of breast cancer, colon and lung cancer. What are cruciferous vegetables? Arugula, bok choy, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, mustard greens, radish, turnip and watercress. Lightly saute in coconut oil with sea salt, and that’s it. We are exposed to 300-800 different chemicals on a daily basis. From our body lotion, make-up, toothpaste to cleaning products. Does your soap or shampoo have sodium laurel sulfate in it? This is a cheap chemical used by the manufacturers that can cause neurotoxicity, endocrine disruption and cellular changes. What can we do to reduce sodium laurel sulfate? Be selective in what you buy, read your...
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Change- Your Mission Isn’t Over Fall is approaching fast and the Holidays are right around the corner! You are 75% of the way through the year… What do you plan on doing for the remaining quarter? The Holidays pose an interesting challenge for many. Between vacations, family events, and busy schedules, many people don’t make the time to come into the club. How are you going to stay on course? You are on a mission and you intend to finish that mission! How do you finish the mission though? Maybe you have made the commitment but have struggled numerous times this year in meeting your fitness goals and are wrestling with discouragement… Maybe life is beating you down emotionally and mentally and you feel too drained to go to the club… Maybe you are going strong but are tempted to take these next few months off… You are not alone....
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Hello Rollingwood members! Our names are Jeff and Kristy Pearson and we are the owners of Boost Swim School. We wanted to introduce ourselves and let you know that Boost Swim School has partnered with Rollingwood Athletic Club and will begin offering year round swim lessons starting September 5th. We are very excited to bring our program to you and will be offering swimming lessons for all ages and abilities. We are a family owned business that has been teaching swimming in our area since 1996. Through our 20+ years of experience teaching thousands of area children and adults, we have evolved into a unique program unmatched in the Sacramento area. Boost Swim School is a member of the United States Swim School Association, a national body of integrity-based professional swim schools. At Boost Swim School, we teach you and your children to become water safe as quickly as possible...
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Did You Know – by, Lynn Alberts, PT, CMT of RAC If you have trouble sleeping at night, try reducing your sodium intake by one teaspoon. At the 32nd European Association of Urology a presentation was given from Japanese researchers. They stated in their findings, that reducing your sodium intake drops your frequency of urination during the night from the average of 2.3 times per night to 1.4 time per night. Supplements… It is such a tricky thing to know when, if and how much to take. When under stress B vitamins are a great to take. However, you should take the complex, do not single out B’s. For example B6 or B12. If you are taking calcium for bone health, make sure you also take Magnesium and D3. Calcium won’t break down without friends to help. There is more bone health out of Magnesium, than in Calcium. If you...
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