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Aerobics marathon in Ivory Park for sanitary towels – Midrand Reporter

Posted: May 25, 2017 at 6:43 am


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Bodycom Fitness club will host an aerobics marathon on 27 May at Ivory Park Ext. 7 recreational park to raise funds and sanitary towels.

Founder of the Bodycom Fitness Club, Tebogo Malunga said the aim of the event is to raise funds and collect sanitary pads for girls from poor households in Ivory Park.

Members of the Bodycom Fitness Club are ready to raise funds for girls. Photo: Supplied

As parents and the community, we must do everything in our power to ensure that our children in general and girls in particular do not miss days of school because of things we are able to address, said Malunga.

READKeeping girls in school with essential donations

Those who wish to participate in the marathon are required to pay a R20 fee and bring a packet of sanitary pads. These will be handed to girls in and around the area who cannot afford to buy their own sanitary pads.

Founder of Bodycom Fitness Club, Tebogo Malunga, with members of the club. Photo: Supplied

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‘Overwatch’ Anniversary Event Skins: Easter Eggs Include Dances, Classic Anime, Aerobics and More – International Business Times

Posted: May 24, 2017 at 7:47 am


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Overwatchs Anniversary Event might be a little underwhelming, but it still has a ton of cool emotes, sprays, icons and Legendary skins. The concept artists and developers worked to release 11 new Legendary skins, each one more exciting than the last. Zarya and Hanzo mains, who have been neglected in previous events, got the skins of their dreams. Bastion players who like NASCAR now have a cosmetic that shows off their interests. Thats just on the surface, when you dig deeper you find even cooler secrets and Easter eggs hidden in these skins.

Here are just a few of the Easter eggs Ive found while checking out the skins and emotes released in the Overwatch Anniversary Event.

Jazzy Lucio

Drop the beat and play some epic sax! Photo: Blizzard

In the developer Update for this event, Game Director Jeff Kaplan said he wanted to give Lucio mains new songs to play around with. If you pick Jazzy Lucio in a game, both of his EDM bopping beats have been replaced by jazz covers. The songs are pretty enjoyable to listen to on their own, and if youre an old geezer like me who just didnt vibe with his DJ persona, this is a must-buy skin.

Whoever worked on this skin went the extra mile, theres even a musical scale replacing the meter on the back of Lucios gun.

Beekeeper Mei

I pulled Beekeeper Mei in my first Loot Box, then proceeded to get nothing for the rest of the batch Photo: Blizzard

Meis suit looks bulky like a beekeepers, so maybe it just made sense to make a skin with her in the actual suit. Im not sure its that simple, though; Im convinced that this Legendary cosmetic is actually a reference to a very old Overwatch design. In one of the original concept arts released for Overwatch, theres a tiny guy in a yellow hazmat suit. The coloring and style is reminiscent of Beekeeper Mei, though it could just be a coincidence. Still, Im going to keep my tinfoil hat on and believe that this isnt just an accident -- even if shes wearing all white.

Sentai Genji

Sentai Genji, the Green Ranger Photo: Blizzard

Did you know that the Power Rangers show you loved as a kid was actually just recut footage of a Japanese television show called Super Sentai? Heres a virtual homage to the show filled with spandex, rubber monsters and has been running on television longer than Ive been alive.

Dances Galore

To celebrate the birthday of Overwatch, concept artists went into the minds of the games heroes and asked what would they dance like if you saw them at a party? Turns out, its a lot of memes and references to really old videos.

Zarya is flexing her muscles to the 1988 National Aerobic Championship number. Theres a lot of spandex in that gif, so be warned.

Meis Anniversary Event dance is a reference to the anime The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya that my girlfriend couldnt wait to tell me about.

Everyone else just seems to be busting a move, or whatever youd call Reapers foot tap. Junkrats rocking the MC Hammer Hammertime dance, Roadhog is dancing the cabbage patch, Mercy is reminding me of all the Bar Mitzvahs I went to with that hustle and so many more.

What have you uncovered in the Overwatch Anniversary Event that I might have missed? Tell us in the comments.

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Be prepared for water aerobics as ‘Baywatch,’ ‘Pirates’ arrive in theaters – Fairfield Daily Republic

Posted: May 23, 2017 at 6:40 am


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FAIRFIELD Arr, there be some booty coming to the big screens.

One form kicks off Thursday as Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron play head lifeguard and the new hotshot lifeguard, respectively, in Baywatch.

The pair butt heads in the beginning before eventually figuring out they need to get along in order to save the bay.

Keep an eye out for Pamela Anderson, who starred on the TV show, Baywatch. The film israted R.

Johnny Depp brings Capt. Jack Sparrow back to the box office in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

In this adventure flick, the pirate is down on his luck and has to deal with deadly ghost pirates led by Javier Bardem. Sparrows hope of survival is the legendary Trident of Poseidon, which gives its possessor total control over the seas.

The title is from the familiar refrain from the Pirates of the Caribbean attractions at the Disney parks. The film is rated PG-13.

Opening in limited release are:

Berlin Syndrome,a thriller about a young woman on vacation in the German town who meets a man, goes home with him and may never get the chance to leave. Its rated R.

Long Strange Trip,which hits theaters just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. The documentary explores the Grateful Dead and what has made it one of the most influential bands of its generation. Its not rated.

Black Butterfly, a thriller with Antonio Banderas playing a reclusive writer who is strugglingto start what he hopes will be a career-saving screenplay. He invites adrifter, played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers, to stay with him. Then, a storm cuts off the power to the isolated cabin. Its rated R.

Lady Bloodfight,which centers on a troubled American recruited to fight in a vicious, all-female and underground Japanese martial arts tournament known as The Kumite. Its rated R.

Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation, a documentary onThe Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team on the road as they compete in the 2015 World Box Lacrosse Championships. Its not rated.

Buena Vista Social Club: Adios, the story of musicians at the club who exposed the world to Cubas culture with their 1997 album. Band members reflect on their careers and the circumstances that brought them together. Its rated PG.

For showtimes, call Edwards Theatres in Fairfield at 432-2140, Brenden Theatres in Vacaville at 469-0190 or Century Theatres in Vallejo at 553-1205, or visit http://www.fandango.com/94533_movietimes.

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May 23rd, 2017 at 6:40 am

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Interview: Stretch + Lisbona Sisters Brings Aerobics Fashion and Yoga Feel to the Dancefloor – Magnetic Magazine (blog)

Posted: May 20, 2017 at 9:46 am


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Interview: Stretch + Lisbona Sisters Brings Aerobics Fashion and Yoga Feel to the Dancefloor
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The whole aerobics invasion is so off-the-chains; the hair, the fashion, the often-overt sexuality and shameless cheeseballsyness. It's just the best. We really envisioned Stretch as an event where people could come to have fun and listen to great ...

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‘Fat and frail’ seniors benefit from right exercise combo – ABC News

Posted: May 17, 2017 at 9:41 pm


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Heavy seniors who want to lose pounds safely shouldn't skip the weight machines or the treadmill, new research suggests.

Experts have worried about recommending weight loss to older, obese people because it speeds up bone and muscle loss, increasing the danger of falls and broken bones. Losing weight plus aerobic activity and strength training improved their health more than dieting plus either type of exercise alone.

The results suggest a combination of exercises is the safest approach, and may have big implications for helping people continue to live independently as they age. Medicare, the U.S. health insurance program for people 65 and older, now covers behavioral therapy for weight loss and some plans offer gym memberships.

"It is the worst of both worlds, being fat and frail," said Dr. Dennis T. Villareal of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, who led the study under a grant from the National Institute on Aging.

More than a third of Americans ages 65 and older are obese. Obesity can make the elderly vulnerable to medical problems, but losing weight can worsen frailty by hastening muscle and bone loss.

The study, published Wednesday by the New England Journal of Medicine, involved 141 older obese people who were randomly assigned to a diet-and-exercise program. They scored in the frail range on a standard test used with seniors.

One group did aerobics such as treadmill walking. Another did strength training with weight machines. A third group did aerobics and strength training. All exercised three times a week.

A control group didn't diet or exercise and only attended monthly nutrition classes.

After six months, all the groups except the do-nothing group had lost weight, about 19 pounds on average.

The combination and aerobics-only groups built their ability to use oxygen most efficiently, which can increase endurance. The combination and strength-only groups preserved the most lean mass and bone.

The health differences showed up in follow-up testing where participants did a series of nine tasks including picking up a penny, standing up from a chair and climbing stairs.

Most improved was the combination group with a 21 percent average increase in scores compared to 14 percent improvement in the aerobics-only and strength-only groups.

"It's never too late to change lifelong unhealthy habits," Villareal said.

Minor injuries such as knee pain and shoulder pain among the exercisers were not enough to outweigh the benefits, he said.

The study excluded people with severe heart disease and other serious health problems, so the results apply only to people well enough to start an exercise program.

"You get more bang for your buck with doing both types of training, especially when it comes to improving frailty scores," said Dr. Lawrence Appel of Johns Hopkins University, who was not involved in the study.

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Indore: Early to bed, early to aerobics makes a man healthy, wealthy … – Free Press Journal

Posted: May 16, 2017 at 10:43 pm


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Indore: Aerobics Club Meghdoot organises an hour of free aerobic exercises for 1600 club members at Meghdoot Garden everyday from 6:30 am to 7:30 am. The club was started on January 26, 2015 by Suresh Baitwal (60), Jitendra Mishra (46), Vikram Tripathi (48) and Vikas Vijaywargiya (44) with a motto of increasing awareness on healthy lifestyle. Club administrator Vikram Tripathi said that around 400 people follow a combined regime of aerobics with guidance from coach Jitendra Meshram. Yoga instructor Vipin Khandelwal and acupressure expert Dr Surendra Verma also provides assistance in the camp.

Tripathi also informed about the clubs alliance with city hospitals like Greater Kailash, Medanta and Apollo Hospital to provide 10% to 20% discounts to club members undergoing check-up or treatment at these hospitals. The club only charges a onetime membership registration fee of Rs 100.

FREE PRESS catches up with club members to know about their personal experiences.

SPEAK UP

For past two years, continuous aerobics has brought tremendous changes in my body. I have reduced 12 kg weight

Mahesh Rasal (46), Club Coordinator

I started aerobics at age of seven in the club. I have twice won National Aerobics Competition held in my school

Drashti Ralebhat (9), student of SICA school

I started practicing aerobics five months ago and have gained 10 kg weight. I get inspired by other members and now, my energy level has increased

Sada Shiv Joshi (78)

I have been practicing aerobics for last two years. It has brought discipline in my life. I started this activity for fun and have now achieved a better personality

Yogesh Kumar Bhatt (42)

I have seen unexpected changes in my body. Aerobics has become a part of my daily routine and it gives me relief from body pain

Poonam Bhagat (62)

I was suffering from slip disk, which restricted most of my movements. But, now I can easily perform aerobic workout for one hour at a stretch

Chhaya Rasal (41)

I was suffering from blood pressure fluctuations. Continuous exercise helped me stay fit and stop my medications

Maya Meshram (42)

Due to my knee joint problem, I was suggested by friends not to do aerobics and other exercise. But, aerobics strengthened my joints and helped in keeping myself fit. Club members are very punctual and they even practice aerobics outside on road when the garden is closed due to rains

Shakuntala Agrawal(62)

I have been feeling very energetic for last one year after doing aerobics regularly. Problems like fatigue and weakness have reduced

Kuldeep Singh (27)

I was motivated by my mother a month ago. Aerobics helped me reducing 2 kg weight in just four days after I joined the club. Now, I have become a motivation for my friends and relatives

Akshita Trivedi (15)

I came across this aerobics group while strolling in Meghdoot and felt an urge to participate. Now, I feel active throughout the day

Manish Pithdiya (42)

I do not follow any medication, as aerobics have kept me away from any illness and injuries

Usha Khator (52)

I was suggested physiotherapy due to my frozen shoulder, but I started aerobics and now, have overcome my illness

Vranda Uikey (52)

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Butts, Gorilla Aerobics, and a Boring Winner: Everything That Happened At the Wonderfully Absurd Eurovision Song … – SPIN

Posted: May 15, 2017 at 8:46 pm


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The annual spectacle of the Eurovision Song Contest brings a much-needed shot of absurdity-tinged sincerity to pop. Each year, countries from all over Europeas well as more far-flung territories like Israel and, as of 2015, Australiasend songs that they feel represent their countrys pop zeitgeist to go head-to-head against each other, putting themselves at the mercy of home viewers and expert juries.

On Saturday, the 61st running of Eurovisionwhich spans months of local decision-making, regional competitions, and lots of pop hits and missescame to a close in Kyiv, Ukraine. At the end of the nearly four-hour, 26-entrant pageant, the winner was a simple song, simply sung. Portugals Salvador Sobral emerged victorious with Amar Pelos Dois, a sleepy, string-assisted ballad about finding lost love that was written by his siser, Luisa. (Luisa and Salvador sang the song as a duet for the show-closing victory-lap performance, which at least added a smidge of tension to the occasion.)

For Eurovision, which so often blends national traditions with a theatricalspirit, Portugals victory represented a shift of sorts. Sobrals impassioned railing against disposable music during his surprised acceptance speech was a bit bizarregiven Eurovisions long historyof foisting incredible songsand ones that are far lessself-serious thanSobrals balladon the pop consciousness.French louche Serge Gainsbourg penned France Galls y-y delight Poupe de cire, poupe de son, which won the competition in 1965 for Luxembourg. Swedish pop titans ABBA made their global breakthrough with the love-as-war confection Waterloo, which conquered the competition in 1974. Finnish pomp-metal revivalists Lordis 2006 entry Hard Rock Hallelujah brought together pop craftsmanship, metallic pizzazz, and hulking costumes. Loreens skyscraper-vaulting Euphoria, the 2012 winner for Sweden, reaches EDM-pop heights that the likes of David Guetta and Zedd are still trying to match years later; ditto Norwegian Margaret Bergers goth-tinged I Feed You My Love, which lost that year to Danish singer Emmilie De Forests not-bad Only Teardrops.

Saturdays competition had its own pop high points, too. Francesco Gabannis entry for Italy, Occidentalis Karma, was a slight piece of electropop elevated by its staging as an actual, and gorilla-inclusive, aerobics class; Robin Bengtssons Max Martin manqu I Cant Go On, the entry from (obviously) Sweden, was marred by an unfortunate use of freakin' in its chorus, but was goofily performedwith treadmills; the home team entrant O. Torvald offered an alternate-universe fate for Linkin Park on Time; Armenia fused modern dance with goth on its entry, Artsviks Fly With Me; and Hungarys Joci Ppai, on Origo, threw down a Roma rap. A couple of songs hewed a bit too closely to current pop trendsGermanys entrant was so reminiscent of Sias EDM-leaning work that it could have been called Titanium (Alloy), while Spains entry, Manel Navarros Do It For Your Lover, came off like an unholy union between Ed Sheerans aw-shucksiness and Sugar Rays island breeziness.

Funnily enough, the nights best song straight-up was a ballad that was stripped down in the manner of its winner; City Lights, the simmering Belgian entry, showed off the steel-in-velvet voice of its singer Blanche, with her visible nerves adding an extra shot of tension to the proceedings.

Eurovisions initial mission involved literally uniting Europe with the power of songit was established in 1956 as a way to bring the continents countries together in the wake of World War II. But as with any high-stakes multinational competition subject to human prejudice, politics of varying degrees of seriousness did popup here and there. Russias entrant, Julia Samoylova, was banned from traveling to Kyiv by Ukranian officials after they learned shed performed in the onetime Ukranian, now-Russian-annexed territory of Crimea. Last years winner Jamalas performance of the storming 1944which was largely viewed as an implicit protest of Russias moves in Crimea, as its lyrics focus on her ancestors being deported by then-Soviet Union ruler Joseph Stalin during World War IIwas interrupted by an Australian flag-wearing invader who briefly showed his rear end to the audience. (He, it turned out, was not Australian, but Ukranian serial disruptor Vitalii Sediuk, who made headlinesin 2014 for scuffling with Brad Pitt.) Sobral, meanwhile, sported a pro-refugee shirt at a press conference following the first semifinal earlier this year, earning a rebuke from the European Broadcasting Union, which puts on Eurovision.

The British paper the Telegraph broke down the political nature of the voting, which is split between jury votes and viewer phone-ins, and which has its own persistent wrinkles despite receiving a serious makeover in 2016. Greece and Cyprus have a mutual back-scratching relationship that continued this year, with each country once again giving the other their highest 21 points; Meanwhile, the Irish Timess recap of who Ireland gave its points to had the subhead the UK wont be happy. (British critic Tom Ewing gave a very convincing presentation on the competitions relationship to the United Kingdoms decision to leave the European Union last month.)

Its tempting to view Sobrals commanding win as a statement in favor of something like niceness, or at least a soothing-sounding song backed by a feel-good story in a time of increasingly apparent global tumult; other Eurovision watchers in my circle blamed its victory on the hokiness espoused by recent authenticity poseslike La La Land. Either way, his victory means that Eurovision heads to Portugal for its 2018 final, which will no doubt combine soaring hooks, winks to local customs, and the occasional moment that reminds the viewers at home and in the arena why music was once deemed a worthy vehicle for repairing international wounds.

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CASS Energy wins sport aerobics day – Coffs Coast Advocate

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LOCAL sport aerobics athletes started their season in fine style, with a series of strong results in the FISAF Super Series Event held at Sportz Central.

More than 300 competitors from Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Newcastle converged on Coffs Harbour but it was the CASS Energy competitors, small in number but big on performance, who stole the show, with each local winning a medal to give the team five gold and three bronze.

Team coach Cassie Scully was impressed with her athletes' performances.

"It's a great confidence boost going into the FISAF State Championships on June 3, Scully said.

AEROBICS STARS

Natalie Giri, Isabella Van Wijk - first Cadet Pairs

Brooklyn Leonard, Paris Warncken - first Junior Pairs

Gabi Nash, Tess Reynolds - third Junior Pairs

Shaelea Ralston - first Senior Novice

Tess Reynolds - first Junior Novice

Paris Warncken - first Junior International

Brooklyn Leonard - third Junior International

Natalie Giri - third Cadet International

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Brownsburg Parks highlight Fitness Month – The Hendricks County Flyer

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BROWNSBURG Continuing an annual tradition, President Donald Trump recently declared May as National Physical Fitness and Sports Month.

As a way to increase awareness about its fitness programs, Brownsburg Parks is taking advantage of the proclamation and working to promote its programs during the month and beyond.

I think it [fitness month] is a really cool idea, Mark Callaway, recreation coordinator, said. All these health issues that are seemingly getting worse, just having a month dedicated to fitness is important to keep in everyones minds that its not just a fad, its something that should be continued throughout the year.

The parks main classes are for active adults and general group fitness classes. Those 55 and older can often regularly be found in the yoga, cardio classic and morning stretch classes, mainly because they are offered in the mornings.

There is also the Pathfinders Walking Club that meets in the mornings.

One plus the Brownsburg Parks fitness classes have for older adults is the tie to the SilverSneakers program. This is a healthcare based benefit for those who are 60 and older and allows them to come to the classes for free, Callaway said. SilverSneakers includes unlimited access to every participating gym and fitness center in the network, according to the programs website.

That [SilverSneakers] is a great way to get folks who may not have available funds to come to our classes, he said. They have that, they can come and participate in that class regardless of their ability to pay.

There are also water aerobics classes, which are popular among a variety of age groups. There are currently four water classes on the schedule water aerobics, aqua boot camp, gentle aqua and aqua cardio.

Those are growing classes, Callaway said.

A unique class offered by the parks department is ballroom social dancing. The next session will begin May 11.

We have two professional dance instructors, Callaway said. They have a pretty good following.

The classes have ranged anywhere from 10 to 20 couples, however individuals are welcome to come out as well.

Overall, the department is trying to grow its class offerings to better suit the community.

I think, in general, we are trying to increase not only the programs, but the enrollment in the programs, Callaway said.

There are currently three instructors who teach the classes: Dusty Dawn Teter focuses on the water aerobics classes, Regan Mosher-Rudolf teaches evening yoga and Judi Daniels teaches morning yoga and runs the Pathfinders Walking Club.

The instructors help set apart the Brownsburg Parks fitness classes from those offered at other facilities.

Not only are they certified, but they have a commitment to the Brownsburg community specifically," Callaway said. "They want to see our participants come back, grow, change, get healthier and I think thats probably what sets us apart, that personal community touch that maybe some other folks dont have."

The classes are designed for any age range and any ability level with a focus on a reasonable price and a quality program, he said.

To learn more about the Brownsburg Parks fitness classes or to enroll online, visit the website at brownsburgparks.com. Punch cards for three, five or 10 visits can also be purchased on site at any of the classes, except ballrooms social dancing.

Follow Hendricks County Flyer reporter Sara Nahrwold on Twitter at @saranahrwold.

Brownsburg fitness classes

Water aerobics: 5:30-6:15 p.m. Wednesdays at Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center

Aqua cardio: 6:30-7:15 p.m. Wednesdays at Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center

Aqua boot camp: 10 a.m. Saturdays at Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center

Gentle aqua: 11 a.m. Saturdays Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center

Hatha yoga: 9-9:45 a.m. Mondays and Fridays at Eaton Hall (free for SilverSneakers)

Yoga stretch: 11-11:45 a.m. Mondays and Fridays at Eaton Hall (free for SilverSneakers)

Evening hatha yoga: 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays at Eaton Hall

Morning stretch: 11-11:30 a.m. Wednesdays at Eaton Hall

Cardio classic: 10-10:45 a.m. Wednesdays at Eaton Hall

Ballroom social dancing: 6:45-7:30 p.m. Thursdays (beginners), 7:45-8:30 p.m. Thursdays (intermediate) at Eaton Hall

Pathfinders Walking Club: 9-10 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Arbuckle Acres Park lower level shelter 6 (free program)

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