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Whangarei CLM Health & Fitness

GET FIT, LOSE WEIGHT AND FEEL GREAT

Well June is done and dusted, the shortest day has flown by and once again the team at CLM Health & Fitness Whangarei have been flat out. Our bootcamp has just over 2 weeks to go, the all new CLM Weightloss Solution is in countdown to launch mode and our regulars keep turning up at all hours to get their health & fitness fix. It’s great to see everybody (shape, size, age and gender) getting stuck in to their health & fitness goals.

Gym-vine

Trainers Tip - Rope Climbs

Target Muscles

• Biceps • Back • Core

This issue • • • • • •

Trainer’s Tip Nutrition Staff Profile Member of the month CLM Hall of Fame What’s on @ the WAC • Scrapbook

CLM Health & Fitness Ewing Rd, Riverside Dr Whangarei Ph (09) 430-4072 #2 Web: www.clmnz.co.nz Email: wfc@clmnz.co.nz June Edition 2012

Key Points

CLM H&F Instructor Steve Morris

• No real ‘correct technique for this one. Just get up there however you can and don’t let go!

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Nutrition - Hearty Beef Stew 1 Kg Braising Steak 1 Can or 6 Fresh Tomatoes 1 Large Onion 4 Large Cloves of Garlic 1-2 Chillies 6 Celery Stems - Diced 2 Carrots - Diced 1 Potato - Diced 1 Kumara - Diced 2 Cups of Spinach 1 Cup of Beef Stock Soy & Worchester Sauce Balsamic Vinegar 1 tsp of mustard Zest of 1 Lemon

Fry off the vegetables for 3-4

mins then combine all the meat, liquid and vegetables and cook in a pre heated oven at 140 degrees C. Cook until the meat is falling apart.

Trainer Profile - Lisa Moore in New Plymouth. I attended the Australian Institute of Fitness and am certified in Fitness Leadership and Instruction, Programing for specific populations, Personal Training, Performance Nutrition and am also a Lifestyle coach which gave me a different edge to my style of training when dealing with different walks of life. I am a single mum to Kyiah 9yrs, Krystal 4yrs and Mia 17 months.

of our goal together. My style when teaching is to focus on core strength and posture and to target movements that relate to daily life so that you can look forward to a better quality in life forever. We will certainly have fun and enjoy ourselves in the process.

My most satisfying achievement having worked with many differMy specialty, having worked on a ent individuals from young and My Name is Lisa Moore I am 40 one to one basis, is my attention wise, elite or just starting out, has years young and have been perto individual strengths and weak- been the amazing journey that I sonal training and working as nesses and ability to map out a go through with you helping you an instructor for over a decade realistic plan to improve overall achieve your goals and most of in Australia and New Zealand. I fitness and gain results quickly all watching your confidence grow was born in Australia but raised in with an emphasis on a long term as you gain strength and ability New Zealand and grew up mainly health plan as an important part aahhh priceless .


CLM Hall of Fame - Karlene Kingi

The idea for the CLM Hall of Fame is to showcase what our high profile our sponsored athletes and catch up on what they have been doing in their sport lately that has got them in the spotlight. This month we are taking a look at Karlene Kingi Full Name: Karlene Te Aniwa Kingi

Date of Birth ; 31 Oct 1985 Height: 189cm Weight: 89kgs Club; North Harbour Breeze Occupation: Currently studying towards a degree in Business Teams played for: Warwick Senators (Perth), Christchurch Sirens, New Zealand Tall Ferns, Harbour Breeze (Current) Who is Karlene Kingi: I’m originally from Hamilton and initially moved up to Whangarei to help my Grandmother out. I’ve played basketball since High School where I attended Church College. I belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saint (LDS). Whats your specialist position: I play a forward/centre What made you start BasketBall: Mainly the fact you get to travel and meet a lot of new people from all over the world.

Who has been your biggest inspiration in the sporting world? Valerie Adams – because of what she does and she’s actually a real good basketball player. Most Basketballers are fairly lean and tall like yourself. What strength training do you do and how is it structured? I do a lot of ladder work, box jumps, squats, wall sits and core work. What’s your best excuse for not sticking to a training programme? Not getting the results I wanted. What is your next big challenge? Figuring out where I want to play next. What are your secrets to sticking to a training programme? The results Your favourite motivational quote “Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever” – Lance Armstrong

Whats on @ the WAC

Our Bootcamp Land and Water sessions seem to be going from strength to strength at 6:15am Monday/Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. We would like to welcome

Hayley Cassidy who joins Caroline and Dave as one of our instructors. Hayley is the current NZ & World IKBF Champion and has been bringing her fight background flavour to the troops. Two weeks left to run and the group of 19 participants have been doing some great work. Sam Warriner (Olympian), and one of our sponsored athletes, put the team through there paces as our local celebrity guest for the 1 hour session recently which has had a positive spin on the group. Thankyou Sam. this area Tina Lyford who has become extremely successful through her very own W8 loss achievements that have seen her lose 33kg and working hard towards achieving her remaining personal goal of running a half marathon.

Recently a workshop was held by David Hill (national Nutritionist guru) that will see the CLM Health & Fitness W8 Loss Solutions Programme coming to town with the first term starting on the 30th July and running for 8 weeks. We would like to welcome Caroline Bon (now our qualified W8 Loss Solutions Lead Instructor) and our very own facility ambassador for

This programme is FREE yes FREE to all our 6 or 12 month members of our facility. The W8 Loss Solutions Programme and service will provide a supportive team environment, meal plans and a nutrition assessment, 8 weekly nutritional seminars, fun exercise group fitness classes, weekly weigh-ins with qualified trainers available. So start booking now if you are interested and want to be part of this new service.

Our Xtrain Evolution has been growing in popularity in the gym with members young and old giving it a good old fashioned crack! Great to see some good times now posted in the 50 + Veteran’s section. Currently topping the rankings we have Wallace Poa (men’s veterans) @ 3.54, June Daucina (womens veterans) @4.50, Lee Neumann (open male) @4.30, Joey Yovich (staff male) @ 3.21 and Hayley Cassidy (staff female) @ 5.00. Some sharp times coming in, What have you got.... The Business House relay has been running and our CLM Health and Fitness ‘SINKERS’ team has been chipping away every week and keeping everyone honest and upsetting and surprising all along the way. Thankyou to all staff and the odd member who has given it a go and taken part in this event. As they say its important to walk the talk; with that it has also given the opportunity to get all together to create that all important Team effort – you cant beat it!


Member of the Month - Don Ross

Don at work in the gym!

Don recently competed at the World BMX Champs and in the 16-year-old boys division, Ross reached the semifinals in the 20 inch class and finished 6th out of 116 in the world. In the cruiser class he rode into 6th place and a world ranking of 6th. Only the top eight are officially world ranked. “In the final race I had the outside lane. I had a good start but pushed to the outside and the other guys took off,” Ross said of the final. “I managed to work my way back to sixth. ”He said international racing was a great yardstick. The 16-year-old boys classes were dominated by French, Dutch, US, Australian, Latvian and Brazilian riders. “I didn’t think I was going to do that well. I

was aiming for top 16. Overseas trips let you see where you are against the rest of the world. “You lift your game at those big meets and if you make a mistake it’s all over.” After nine years in the sport, this was his fifth world champs. But it was his last performance at Copenhagen that spurred him on to achieve this year. Don has the backing of dad Alan, who was impressed with the international competition in the UK. “It was extremely tough riding with the depth of quality riders from many countries and in the deadman rounds.“One mistake and you do not progress to the next round,” he said. Top effort mate, we’re real proud of you!!!

Scrapbook

Ewing Rd, Riverside Dr Whangarei Ph (09) 430-4072#2 Web: www.clmnz.co.nz Email: wfc@clmnz.co.nz Joey Yovich - Co-ordinator Jason Ruddell - PT/Gym Instructor Steve Gray - Gym Instructor Caroline Bon - PT/Gym & Bootcamp Instructor Dave Mullins - Gym & Bootcamp Instructor Jessica Rule - Gym Instructor Steve Morris - Gym Instructor Karl Briss - Gym Instructor Mo Taylor - PT

50’s Fwd Group Session Darryl Sabin

Fun times at the pools

Leisa Linklater - Aqua/Stealth Instructor Wilma Batchelor - Aqua Instructor Pru Martin - Aqua Instructor Joy Kerr - Hydro Instructor Gavin Carroll - Stealth Instructor

Bootcamp taskmaster

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Northland Rugby Northern Knights Sam Warriner - Tri Athlete Hayley Cassidy - NZ Kickboxer Karlene Kingi - Tall Ferns Manu Scott-Arieata - NZ Junior Surfing Squad James with a solid 1.33 mtr box jump

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