Rec News Spring 2013
Check out the newest edition of Rec News, your ultimate guide to what's happening this semester in UWF Recreation. New features include Aqua Zumba, Outdoor Adventures hang gliding and skiing adventures, and the Reverse Sprint Triathlon. Get involved!
Spring 2013 Rec Rec Ne ws ws Rec Ne ws Rec Ne ws Rec Ne ws Rec Ne News uwf.edu/recreation Director’s Corner Time to get in shape! Beach weather is just around the corner and we have programs that can assist in reaching your New Year’s Resolution…Get back in shape, lose weight, fit into that favorite swim suit. Join us at the HLS Facility or Aquatic Center for one of our 45 group fitness classes, form an intramural soccer team or how about “play by date” tennis. Fitness classes in the pool offer greater resistance and less impact with Zumba in the water. The HLS Facilty is a very social place to be, our staff is friendly and able to assist with work out suggestions. We have incentive programs with prizes such as Argo Peak or FIT 5 – 0. Wear a school spirited Argonaut Tee and we’ll see you in the Rec. Recreation and Sports Services uwf.edu/recreation Sincerely, William M. Healey Table of Contents 1 Director's Corner 11 - 12 Personal Training 2 Hours/Membership & Fees 13 Argo Adventure Camp 3 Aquatics 14 Massage Therapy 4 Outdoor Adventures 15 REC Insider 5 Intramural Sports 16 Reverse Sprint Triathlon 6 Sport Club Spotlight 17 Employment 7 - 10 Fitness 18 Contact Information 1 Hours of Operation H LS F ACIL Monday - Thursday 6 am - 11 pm Friday 6 am - 8 pm Saturday 8 am - 8 pm Sunday 12 pm - 8 pm Martin Luther King Day Easter HLS Normal Hours ITY HLS FACILITY January 7 - May 6 Recreation and Sports Services Holiday Closing FAC Annual Spring Break May Break Break Hours Saturday, March 9 – Sunday, March 17 Saturday, May 4 – Sunday, May 12 Monday - Friday 12 pm - 8 pm Saturday 10 am - 6 pm Sunday 12 pm - 6 pm Monday, January 21 Sunday, March 31 12 pm - 11 pm Closed *Activity spaces close 15 minutes prior to facility closing. ILITY HLS FAC ILITY Membership & Fees Wellness* Recreation Pass Household Pass UWF Alumni Semester --- $90 UWF Faculty & Staff Retiree Household Membership Household Pass Household Membership Household Pass Not Enrolled** Leisure Learning Society Locker UWF Student Possible Fees *Includes membership to HLS Facility and Aquatic Center. ** Must have attended UWF the semester prior. E E E E R FR F Y T I L I C A F HLS E E FR 2 $225 $60 $60 $125 $60 $125 $60 $125 $60 uwf.edu/recreation ---- $310 $225 $125 $125 --------- ----- HLS FACILITY ACCESS TO CURRENT UWF STUDENTS, STAFF AND FACULTY WITH A NAUTILUS CARD. Aquatics Recreational Swim Monday - Thursday 1 pm - 6 pm Friday - Sunday 1 pm - 6:45 pm Diving Boards Monday - Thursday 1 pm - 6 pm Friday - Sunday 1 pm - 6:30 pm 3 Recreation and Sports Services uwf.edu/recreation Hours of Operation Adult Lap Swim Monday - Thursday 6 pm - 8:45 pm Swim Club Monday - Friday 6 am - 8 am MWF 11 am - 12:30 pm Want to learn to swim? Black Pearl Swim FREE for students, $10 for community members. The Aquatic Center challenges you to be able to swim the distance around the Black Pearl in 10 weeks! Sign up today to get your 10 weeks started! Complete the challenge and win a free t-shirt! Sign up at uwf.edu/aquatics must be accompanied by a parent or adult. 16+ allowed in with photo ID. Children under 16 FREE UWF Student Swim Lessons 1 Hour Lessons Fridays at 2 pm All students are welcome once a week. Please wear bathing suit and goggles. 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All programs are open to beginners, NO experience necessary, so come out and try something new! All equipment and transportation provided. Contact us for more information. Recreation and Sports Services Spring Semester Trips 3-Day Backpacking Trip to the Alabama Border January 19 - 21 Hike 25 miles from Milton to the Alabama Boarder. Great trip for beginner backpackers. Florida Caverns Day Trip January 26 Visit Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna, Florida. Perfect day trip for the beginners. Hang Gliding in Rising Fawn, Georgia February 9 - 10 Join us for a high flying adventure! Hang gliding, then camping at Cloudland Canyon State Park. OA Overnight Beach Campout February 23 - 24 Open Monday - Saturday 3 pm - 8 pm Beginners Welcome! Whitewater Rafting the Ocoee April 5 - 7 Raft twice down the Ocoee River and enjoy a picnic lunch. Climbing Wall Camp on one of the beautiful panhandle beaches. Great for first time campers. Tumbling Rock Caving Excursion March 2 - 3 Go caving in Northern Alabama, complete with helmets, crawling, and tight squeezes. We will camp in Desoto State Park. uwf.edu/recreation Spring Break Ski Trip to Killington, Vermont March 9 - 17 Join us for 5 days of skiing on Killington Mountain in Vermont. We will be staying in a resort at the bottom of the mountain. Lift tickets and accommodations are covered and the resort has a gear shop. Paddling Day March 30 Float down the river and enjoy a picnic lunch. Learn and master your paddling skills. Deep Sea Fishing Adventure April 13 Join us for a day of fishing in the Gulf of Mexico with a local charter company. South Florida Natural Springs Tubing Adventure April 19 - 21 Check out a number of springs including the Ichetucknee and Ginnie Springs, and camping in the Oâ€™leno State Park. 4 Intramural Sports Intramural Sports are an opportunity for students to get involved in various structured sport leagues to both stay healthy and build new relationships with friends in a fun and competitive atmosphere. Recreation and Sports Services IS IS 10: S ISJanuary S ISPre-BasketballIS I I Tournament IS Spring 2013 IJanuary S I S 14 - February 4: Basketball S I S I February 25 - March 21: Soccer Schedule March 18 - April 12: Tennis Singles IS S I S S I IS I IS IS IS S I S S I I IS IS IS How do I sign up for Intramural Sports? Intramural Sports Facts All Intramural Sports Registration is online through IMLeagues.com. Activate your account through MyUWF. Step by Step instructions can be found at www.uwf.edu/ intramurals. Mo more waiting in lines or filling out paper work; sign-up for your league, time and invite members to join your roster online. 5 uwf.edu/recreation IMLeagues provides the option to sign-up as a free agent for any sport. This allows teams to contact you and add you to their roster. In addition, if there are enough free agents, the Intramural Sports staff will create a team of those participants. Intramural Sports are played Monday through Thursday 7 - 11 pm. Indoor sports are in the HLS Facility (Bldg. 72). Outdoor sports are hosted at the Intramural Fields located in University Park, across from the tennis courts. How can I participate in Intramural Sports if I donâ€™t have a team? When and where are Intramural Sports played? Intramural Sports are free to any currently enrolled student, staff or faculty with a Nautilus Card. The University of West Florida Sport Clubs is comprised of over 20 active clubs ranging from competitive to instructional based activity. Any student can participate in a Sport Club; the level of participation depends on the student! Throughout the year, clubs earn points through various activities such as traveling, events, fundraisers, community service and completing various administrative tasks. These points translate into funding from the Student Government Association. Clubs are active year round, however, competition may occur in a specific season for individual clubs. All contact information for Sport Clubs can be found at http://uwf.edu/recreation/SportClubs. Sport Club Spotlight Interview with Running Club President Megan and Vice President Danielle Recreation and Sports Services Why should students join the running club? Running is a healthy habit, great hobby, and anyone can do it. Do you have to be an advanced runner? No, running is for every athlete and for every skill level. How much does it cost to join? Dues are $20 per semester. What are the benefits of being a member of the running club? Members are eligible for a free t-shirt and race reimbursements when they have paid their dues. The running club endorses team support and encouragement. Members who join and participate in practices are eligible for the club to pay for local road races like McGuire’s Halloween Run and St. Patrick Day Run. How often do you meet? Practices for the advanced runners and the beginning runners are separated based upon skill level. How does the running club get involved in the community? The club is involved in the McGuire’s Training Run. Being around a crowd of people encourages the runners to run faster. The training run provides a fun atmosphere and the ability to practice off campus and run in downtown Pensacola. McGuire’s also provides food after the training run. Does the running club offer any trips or excursions? The running club’s main goal is to have one out of town trip every semester. For the spring semester we will go to Kissimmee, Florida for the Foam Fest. We want this semester trip to be fun and something everyone could enjoy as a group. Can individuals who are not enrolled in school still participate? Anyone can run with the club, but student members are only allowed to receive the race reimbursements. A great number of alumni and faculty members run with the running club. What are your personal reasons for getting involved? Megan: I have been running since I was 12 years old. I ran for the UWF Cross Country team for two years. After deciding to leave the Cross Country team, I wanted to continue running in a team because it gave me the opportunity to be in a cohesive group that supports each other and it relieves stress. I always wanted to coach a running team and through the Running Club I am gaining that experience. Danielle: I ran Cross Country in high school and with UWF. After leaving the Cross Country team at UWF, I slacked off on running because I did not have a team or coach support to push me. I was able to start running again and I learned how it feels when others say “ I don’t see how you can go running.” After starting over, the first few weeks are hard, but once you continue to run it will get easier. It does not take long for running to become a habit. How would you like the running club to grow? We would like to promote our club to get new members but to also get people aware that there are people meeting up to run, so they will not have to do it alone. We want to provide a stronger internal bonding by Thank you running club! interaction with the members and the inspiration they receive from running. Good luck this semester! 6 uwf.edu/recreation Fitness & Wellness Fitness Events Win prizes for working out consistently in the Fitness Center. Prizes are awarded for 30, 40 or 50 total workouts: the more workouts, the more prizes! Free for patrons; see lower Fitness Monitor for more details. Recreation and Sports Services Monday, January 7 - Friday, April 19 Argo Fit Deadlift, squat and bench press your way into the 400, 800 or 1200 lb Weight Club. Winners will receive a t-shirt and their name on the board. Free for patrons; see lower Fitness Monitor for more details. Monday, January 7 - Friday, April 19 Argo Weight Club F Triathlon Week Monday, February 25 - Sunday, March 3 If cardio is your thing, trek up the mountain to win awesome prizes. Each minute of cardio completed on the machines in upper fitness counts as one step to the top of Argo Peak. Free for patrons; see upper Fitness Monitor for more details. Monday, January 7 - Friday, April 19 Argo Peak 7 uwf.edu/recreation Complete a sprint triathlon, half ironman or full ironman over the course of a week to win prizes! All activities are performed on treadmills, stationary bikes and indoor rowers.Free for patrons; see upper Fitness Monitor for more details. Bunny Dash 5K Saturday, March 30 Run 3.1 miles on the UWF multi-purpose fields. All participants receive a free shirt. Free for students. Don't forget to wear your bunny ears! F/W F Group Fitness Tear Out Recreation and Sports Services For more information, please contact Sandi Demski at (850) 474-2815 or email@example.com Sunday Monday Wayne Monday, January 7 - Friday, May 3 Group Fitness canceled on the following: March 9 - 17 Tuesday Cycle Molly GF GF GF GF GF F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W GF GF GF GF GF F F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W GF GF GF GF GF F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W GF GF GF GF GF F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W GF GF GF GF GF F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W F/W F/WF/W F/W F/W F/W8 Early Morning Spinnerval Spinnerval Wayne Wednesday Thursday Cycle Molly Friday Saturday Cycle Molly (6:30 - 7:45) Adrenaline 11:00 11:30 am Wayne Pedagogy Gym (6:30 - 7:30) Rock Hard Abs John (6:30 - 7:45) Pedagogy Gym Wayne Pedagogy Gym Adrenaline John Pedagogy Gym (6:30 - 7:30) Rock Hard Abs (8:30 - 9:30) Power Yoga Maegan Power Yoga 12:00 - (12:00 - 12:50) Rock Hard Abs John Maegan (12:00 - 12:50) Int. Yoga Lora 1:00 pm (12:00 - 12:50) Rock Hard Abs John Int. Yoga Lora Insane Cycle (12:15 - 1:30) Jennifer Ju-Jitsu (12:00 - 12:50) Charlie Teaching Gym Pedagogy Gym 1:00 - (12:00 - 12:30) Beg. Yoga Pedagogy Gym (12:00 - 12:30) Beg. Yoga 2:00 pm 3:00 3:50 pm Keeli Pedagogy Gym Keeli Pedagogy Gym STEP Extreme Naomi Flex Sandi Cycle Flex Nicole Sandi 4:00 5:00 pm Int. Yoga Jared Turbo Kick Sandi Hip Hop Fitness Naomi Turbo Kick Sandi Hip Hop Fitness Naomi Yoga Conditioning Zumba Pilates Tara Butts & Guts Molly Green Studio Valentina Zumba Pilates Tara uwf.edu/recreation 5:30 6:20 pm Cycle Lora Pedagogy Gym Valentina Valentina Zumba Valentina Nicole Zumba Cycle Valentina Nicole Green Studio (5:00 - 5:50) Zumba Green Studio (5:00 - 5:50) Boot Camp 6:30 7:20 pm Boot Camp Tonie Pedagogy Gym Tara Green Studio Yanisa Box Fitness Tonie Tonie Pedagogy Gym Box Fitness Tonie Yoga Tara Green Studio Yoga 7:30 8:20 pm Step N’ Groove Ju-Jitsu Charlie Step N’ Groove Yanisa Ju-Jitsu Charlie Recreation reserves the right to alter or change class hours or class schedule at any time. All classes are held in the Blue Studio unless otherwise indicated. A minimum of 2 participants must be dressed on time for each class or class will be canceled. Must be on-time for class. Late comers will not be allowed in class. Group Fitness Spring 2013 Class Descriptions Adrenaline (Level 2 - 3) 9 Recreation and Sports Services uwf.edu/recreation Pilates (Levels 1 - 3) (Level 1 - 3) Beginner Yoga (Level 1) Ju-Jitsu Boot Camp (Levels 1 - 3) Power Yoga Rock-Hard Abs (Levels 1 - 3) (Level 2 - 3) Box Fitness (Level 2 - 3) Butts & Guts (Levels 1 - 3) Spinnerval (Levels 2 - 3) Cycle (Levels 1 - 3) Step Extreme (Levels 1 - 3) Flex (Levels 1 - 3) Step Nâ€™ Groove (Levels 1 - 3) Hip Hop Fitness (Level 2 - 3) T-N-T(Trim N Tone) (Levels 1 - 3) Insane Cycle (Level 2 - 3) Turbo Kick (Levels 1 - 3) Intermediate Yoga (Level 2) Zumba (Levels 1 - 3) Yoga Conditioning (Levels 1 - 3) Level 1: For those who are new to Group Fitness programs and/or exercise programs. Level 2: For those who are familiar with Group Fitness programs and have some experience with exercise programs. Level 3: For those who are active in Group Fitness programs and are currently involved in an exercise program. For more information, please contact Sandi Demski at (850) 474-2815 or firstname.lastname@example.org Tear Out Recreation and Sports Services Group Fitness Events GF GF GF GFUpcoming GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF G Wednesday, January 7 – Friday, April 26 Bldg 72 – Blue Studio Fit 5-0 Monday, January 7 - Friday, January 18 New Year’s Challenge ACE Group Fitness Instructor Training G.F.I.T: Thursday, January 24 – Thursday, April 11 uwf.edu/recreation Monday, February 25 - Friday, March 8 Break it Out! ACE Certification Saturday, April 27 10 Personal Training Frenquently Asked Questions 11 Recreation and Sports Services uwf.edu/recreation Avoid eating food high in sugar, solid fats and alcoholic beverages; these provide calories but are a poor source of essential nutrition. Eating food like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, and low-fat dairy products will help you get nutrients without excess calories. How can I get enough nutrients without consuming too many calories? Is it better to do my cardio workout before or after my strength training Your primary workout goal will decide whether you do your cardio workout before or after your strength training. If your goal is to better your cardiovascular endurance, do your cardio workout first; this way your muscles are fresh and not tired from the strength training. However, if your main goal is to gain strength, it is best to do your cardio workout last. This way you will have the power needed for heavy lifting. exercises? Before exercising, your meal should consist of a 300-600 calorie meal 3-4 hours before exercise. These meals should be primarily carbs, but contain some protein to prevent an upset stomach. Example: Toast and peanut butter or oatmeal with milk, fruit and nuts. Having a meal during exercise can be hard. So eating during a break in exercise should consist of easily digestible carbohydrates. Example: Energy beans, Bananas, Oranges, or Sports gels. Within 30 minutes after exercise, a ratio of 2:1, carbs:protein, should be eaten. Example: Chocolate milk, a nutrition bar (Clif bar), or a smoothie with yogurt and fruit. What should I eat before, during and after my exercise? P P P P P P PTPT PT PT PTPTPT PT PTPTPT PTPTPTPT PT PTPTPT PTPTPTPT PT PTPT PT PT PT PTPT PT PTPTPT PTPTPTPT PT12 PTPTPT PTPTPTPT Friday, January 25 – Friday, April 19 Cost: Regular Price $199; Current UWF Student Price $125 ACE Certification: Saturday, April 27 The ACE Personal Training curriculum course provides the in and out of class lectures, study materials, and the registration fee to sit for the ACE Personal Training Certification. The course is 13 weeks and includes a 90 minute lecture on one day each week. Personal Training is one of the fastest growing professions in the health and fitness industry. The American Council on Exercise’s (ACE) Personal Training curriculum allows individuals to obtain a nationally recognized, NCAA-Accredited Fitness Certification. Through the incorporation of a course that focuses on preparation for an ACE certification, Recreation and Sports Services provides everyone with the best opportunity for success as they prepare to begin their career in the fitness and wellness industry. Combat Fitness GJGS GJGS GJGSGJGS GJGS FitnessGJGS is a GJGS GJGSCombat GJGS GJGS GJGS military-style fitness GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGSfunctional GJGS program aimed at developing GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS strength, power and endurance. GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS $90 per stage GJGS GJGS GJGSCost: GJGS GJGS $5 GJGS per session) GJGS GJGS GJGS(only GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS L.I.F.T: GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS Ladies in Functional GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS Training GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS L.I.F.T.GJGS uses movement training GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS in a circuit-style class to improve GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGSstrength posture, and GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS endurance. (Females Only!)GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS Cost: $ 130 (only $5 per session) GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGS GJGSTraining ACE Personal Preparation Course PTPTPT PTPTPTPTPT PTPTPT PTPTPTPTPT PTPTPT PTPTPTPTPT PTPTPT PTPTPTPTPT PTPTPT PTPTPTPTPT PTPTPT PTPTPTPT ACE Group Fitness Instructor Training G.F.I.T. Certification Thursday, January 24 - Thursday, April 11 Cost: Regular Price $175; Current UWF Student Price $125 PersonalCertification Training Information Recreation and Sports Services ACE Certification: Saturday, April 27 The ACE G.F.I.T. curriculum course provides the in and out of class lectures, study materials, and the registration fee to sit for the ACE G.F.I.T. certification. The course is 10 weeks and includes lectures on one day of each week. ACE-Certified Group Fitness Instructors are known to possess the highest standards of excellence in today’s vast spectrum of professionalism in this category. As the fitness industry has evolved, traditional aerobics has expanded to include an array of diverse Group Fitness programs. Understanding effective communication, teaching techniques and motivational skills enables ACE-Certified Group Fitness Instructors to successfully develop and implement safe and effective group GJGS exercise programs and engage their participants. GJGS GJGS BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT Body Fat Tuesdays BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFTTuesday, January 8– BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT Tuesday, April 23 BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT Every Tuesday BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFTfor BFT BFT BFT Get your body fat tested free BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT in the Fitness BFT BFT BFT BFT Assessment room near the BFT BFT Service BFT BFT Customer Desk. BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT Participants must get tested BFT BFT BFT BFT exercising. BFTBEFORE BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT BFT uwf.edu/recreation Contact Beth Godwin at email@example.com for more info. 13 Recreation and Sports Services uwf.edu/recreation 2013 Come join us for non-stop fun, learning, and ADVENTURE at Argo Adventure Camp. Our camp features a wide variety of activities for grade levels K-5 for the 2012/2013 school year. Campers will enjoy daily access to our 36-foot Climbing Wall and Aquatic Center, as well as traditional and non-traditional sports and daily enrichment activities. Campers will experience state of the art facilities, professional staffing, and a safe, enriching environment. Camp opens daily at 8 am and pick-up is available until 5 pm. Register your kids for individual weeks or for the whole summer. We have several options to meet your needs. AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 A A A Dates and Themes AC A AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 WeekAAC2013 1: June 3 - 7 Safari C AAC2013 A 2013WeekAAC2013 2: June 10 - 14 AAC2013 Disney 2 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 A 0 1 A 3 Week 3 : June 17 21 Science AC AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 A Week 4: June 2 24 - 28 Patriotism 0 13 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 WeekAAC2013 5: July 8 - 12 Sports AAC2013 A A AC2AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 A WeekAAC2013 6: July 15 - 19 AAC2013 Pilots, Racers, and Sailors A AAAC2013 7: July 22 - 26 AAC2013 Dinosaurs C20 013 Week AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 A Week 8: July 29 - August 2 Pirates 1 3 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 A WeekAAC2013 9: August 5 - 9 AAC2013 Super Heroes AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 AAC2013 A Registration: Rates: Registration will be held at the HLS Facility on Saturday, May 11 from 8 - 11 am. Online registration is at active.com. Full Week (First Child): $100 Full Week (Each Additional Child): $75 3-Day Week: $75 Lunch: Lunch can be purchased at the Nautilus Market or your child can bring their own lunch. Massage Therapy Massage Therapy is an excellent tool to be used for relaxation, relieving stress and muscle tension, or assisting in rehabilitating an injury. All HLS Facility Massage Therapists are allied health care professionals licensed by the State of Florida. Our Massage Therapists are trained on advanced techniques that focus on full-body stress relief or site-specific injury prevention and recovery. If you are uncertain which style of treatment will be beneficial for you, please discuss your needs with your Massage Therapist when you arrive for your appointment. 1/2 hour massage: $25 1 hour massage: $40 Recreation and Sports Services uwf.edu/recreation To schedule an appointment, call 850-474-2580. Massage Therapy Services are available to HLS Facility Members only! Gift Certificates Available. Call for Late/Cancellation Policy. BOOK US FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT!!! Event rates typically start at $50/hour and vary based on requests and requirements. Call 850-474-2580 for details and scheduling. 14 The Rec Insider Interview with Recreation Director 15 Recreation and Sports Services uwf.edu/recreation William M. Healey What colleges or universities did you attend? I attended University of Central Missouri for undergraduate and the University of Illinois for graduate. I studied for a bachelor of science in physical education and health at UCM. I studied for a master of science in recreation and park administration at UI. What was your major? Why did you get into recreation? I always played sports. I came up playing at the YMCA in Springfield, Mass. I enjoy recreation because I can serve many people through recreational services. How long have you been in recreation? I started the Recreation & Sports Services program in 1972. I started the recreation program at UWF, when I opened I had 5 student assistants. What do you do in your spare time? In my spare time I do yard work, play golf, depending on the season I fish, travel and walk my dog. My favorite books are novels by John Grisham: A Time to Kill, Litigation, The Client, The Confession. What is your favorite book? What is your favorite recreational activity? I played soccer until I was 40, volleyball until 60. Now, my favorite recreational activity is golf and I enjoy working out through walking. All UWF teams, Go Argos! US men’s and women’s soccer, Boston Celtics and college football. What is your favorite team? All UWF teams, I enjoy all Florida teams advancing in the playoffs and Illinois basketball. The most important attributes I bring to work are taking work seriously, adding humor on a daily basis, loyalty to staff and the university, being level-headed, and being consistent over a long period of time. What is your favorite sport to watch? What is the most important personal attribute that you bring to work? Re ee What is the single most important factor that you would change about your job? “I would not change anything about my job. I enjoy watching the student development from the program, the facility development and many UWF recreation grads are now running programs around the country at institutions of higher education.” Just for fun, what is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten? The weirdest thing I have ever eaten was a chocolate covered bug in the 70’s. 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