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HAPPY OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS! 10/1 Vicki LoBiondo 10/2 Helen Paver 10/3 Bayleigh Lowery 10/4 Mary Ann Maye 10/5 Lauren Bricken 10/6 Diana Howard 10/7 Sharon Mitchell 10/10 Missy Woolums 10/12 Mallary Covington 10/12 Emily Ellsworth 10/15 Margo Marquette 10/16 Lisa Jackson 10/17 Amie James 10/22 Angela Wyatt 10/25 Michele Sparks (40!) 10/26 Tammy Hammond 10/26 Lauren Jones 10/27 Jessica Ard

*We are happy to take a song request or two on or near your birthday. Just talk to the instructor whose class you plan to attend and request your song!

CONGRATULATIONS! • to Mary Ann Maye, Kathy Sharp and Janet Brown who are all recent 2009 Fit Club Members. (150 classes this year!) • to Bree Combs and family who received their baby boy Eli from Korea on September 18th! • to Joy Simonson who is getting married in Alabama on October 3rd!

Thank You! The Sweetest Jazzercisers, Thank you so much for the gift card to Target for Baby Georgia! I have already bought a couple of things for my little cuddle bug with it. You all have been so sweet to me through this whole pregnancy and I appreciate your love and support. I can't wait to introduce you to my precious Georgia Belle. Love, Kallye

Class Time Changes Thanks to all of you who took the time to fill out the additional class survey. The first two changes we are making are effective October 1st. The Friday Express class will begin at 5:45 p.m. and the Sunday Regular class will be at 4:30 p.m. In October we will be offering the Lower Body Boom specialty class ($50 for 4 weeks or $15 per class) at 5:45 p.m. on Sundays. Starting November 1st, we will offer a regular Body Sculpting class at 5:45 p.m. on Sundays. We are planning to add additional weekday morning classes at the first of the year and will get you the details as soon as we have them worked out. Thanks again for your input as we strive to make our classes even more convenient.

Remember: Saturday, October 3, NO Morning Classes! Join us as we jazz down Main Street during the Jessamine Jamboree Parade!


CLASS TIMES 8 am: Saturday • 9:30 am: Monday thru Saturday • 4:30 pm: Sunday thru Thursday 5:45 pm: Friday • 6 pm: Sunday thru Thursday • 7:15 pm: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday Childcare at all weekday classes, excluding the 7:15 pm & 5:45 pm classes!






October 1 -31st. Make the Connection! Bring a friend who signs up for EFT and you receive an iPod docking station! Friday, October 2nd. Friday Express class moves to 5:45 p.m. Saturday, October 3rd. Jessamine Jamboree Parade. There are NO classes this morning. Sunday, October 4th. Regular Sunday Jazzercise class moves to 4:30 p.m. Lower Body Boom week #1 begins at 5:45 p.m. Sunday, October 11th. 2nd Sunday event. 2:00 5:00 p.m. Come see us at our booth and help with our demos on Main St.

Tuesday, October 13th. Free massage from 5:15 to 7:30 Sunday, October 25th. 4:30 p.m. Michele's 40th Birthday class! Friday, October 30th. 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Jr. Jazzercise Fall Festival. Register your kids today. Saturday, October 31st. Come in costume to our super fun Halloween classes at 8:00 & 9:30 a.m. There just may be chocolate! Sunday, November 1st. 5:45 p.m. weekly Body Sculpting class begins. Thursday, December 10th. 7:15 p.m. Jazzercise Christmas party at the center. Save The Date!

Make the Connection October is the 3rd and final month of the 2009 Make the Connection referral program. Pick up Make the Connection (MTC) envelopes with class schedules and a coupons for $20 off the Joining Fee at the desk. Be sure to put your name on the back of the coupon and hand these out to friends, family, co-workers and neighbors. If someone you invite signs up for Jazzercise EFT using the MTC coupon for $20 off the Joining Fee, YOU get an iPod docking station FREE! This is a great prize and will only be available while supplies last. This is the last chance this year for YOU to get a prize for bringing a friend to Jazzercise!

Jessamine Jamboree Parade Come join us as we dance in the Jessamine Jamboree on Saturday, October 3rd. There will NOT be any Jazzercise classes that morning. If you can't participate in the parade, then be sure to cheer for us as we dance down Main St. If you are participating in the parade, please meet our group behind the Walgreens no later than 9:15 a.m. (The parade starts at 10:00 a.m.) We will go over the modifications to our routines before the parade starts. We will do Shake Your Body To Ground, Gimme' that Funk and Cover Girl. The Jr. Jazzercise campers will also be in the parade dancing w/us. We need people to dance, hand out postcards, carry banners and be other words, we need you! Please wear your red Jazzercise Nicholasville shirt, black bottoms and good tennis shoes. It has been a ton of fun in years past and we are always a crowd favorite.

Lower Body Boom It is not too late to join us for these 40 minute high intensity interval workouts designed to define your legs and behind, burn mega calories, enhance endurance, blast fat, build strength and increase core stability. It is only $50 for 4 specialty work outs. If you want try just one, you can take one class for $15. Challenge yourself and join us on Sundays at 5:45 through October.

Second Sunday: Jessamine County On Sunday, October 11th, Jessamine County will be participating in the 2nd annual 2nd Sunday in Kentucky. Here is a little information on the statewide initiative: Communities across Kentucky are planning to simultaneously close a roadway or plan an event from 2-5 p.m. on the second Sunday of October (October 11, 2009) so that residents can bike, walk, run, play and participate in fun and healthy activities. Kentucky is consistently ranked among the top 10 states for obesity and obesity-related diseases. Second Sunday presents a compelling message of change from being a state of spectators to one of active participants. Organized by University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension and community partners, Second Sunday sends a compelling message that Kentucky is serious about improving its residents’ health and promoting physical activity. More than 12,000 people in 70 counties participated in the past year’s inaugural event. Kentucky’s Governor and General Assembly have endorsed October 11th as Second Sunday KY. They noted how Second Sunday is not just one afternoon of physical activity, but a vehicle to raise awareness

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of the need for local infrastructure that promotes a healthy lifestyle in an otherwise sedentary population. Experiencing a fun-filled day of activities in existing roadways can be the catalyst for local communities to actively pursue convenient and safe places for physical activity the other 364 days of the year. Second Sunday can serve as the first step in improving the physical, environmental and economic health of all Kentuckians. Jessamine county will hold a 6K run and have educational booths and exhibits down Main St. We at Jazzercise Nicholasville want to support this great initiative by providing the warm up for the 6K run as well as having Jazzercise demonstrations through out the day. Bring your family down town for this fun day of activities and be sure to stop by the Jazzercise booth and join in a demo so that we can show Jessamine County that exercise can be fun and that truly anyone can Jazzercise!

Jr. Jazzercise Fall Festival Need a parent's night out? Bring your boys and girls ages 4-10 yrs to our Jr. Jazzercise fall party. From 6:30 -9:00 p.m. on Friday, October 30th the kids will play games, do a craft and obstacle course, jump rope, and have a snack. It will tons of fun for them and a night out for you with your kids well entertained. The cost is only $15 per child! Register your child today as space is limited!

Want to go to the Kentucky vs. Tennessee game? The West Jessamine High School baseball team is holding a raffle to win tix to the game. 1st prize is 4 tickets plus a $50 gift card to Applebee's. 2nd place is 2 tickets to the game. Raffle tickets are only $5.00! If you want a ticket, Amie James is the girl to see. She usually comes to the 9:30 a.m. class, but if you want a ticket or two just let us know and we'll get you the ticket and Amie the money. Maybe this raffle will bring the Cats luck and we will FINALLY beat those Vols!

Want a free Massage? Crystal Leonard is a massage therapist and works with local chiropractor Dr. Jefferies. (Many of us know and love him.) Crystal has offered to come and give free 5-10 minute chair massages before, during the strength training and after a few classes. She is planning to come on Tuesday, October 13th. She'll be there by 5:15 p.m. and will give massages between classes and then after the 6:00 class as well. So plan to come to one of the evening classes on the 13th if you want to a short massage.

Sole Matters: Find Your Best Workout Shoes (CARLSBAD, CA) – Finding the right pair of workout sneakers can often seem like a daunting task. An average shoe store has dozens of styles and designs. And buying the wrong pair can be a costly mistake – not only for your wallet, but also for your precious feet. Jazzercise Founder and CEO Judi Sheppard Missett knows the importance of finding just the right workout shoe. As a leader in the fitness industry for more than 40 years, Missett gives these five rules for selecting a pair of tennis shoes that will fit your needs. 1. Shop later in the day. Your feet tend to swell when you exercise. So, it is best to try on shoes when your foot size is at its largest point. Since your feet naturally swell throughout any given day, your afternoon shoe size is typically about one-half size larger than your morning shoe size. Shop for your tennies in the afternoon, and you’ll more likely find a good fit. 2. Know what to look for. First, check the fit across the front of your shoe. Avoid styles or sizes that cram your toes. In fact, your longest toe should be about one-thumb width away from the tip of the shoe. You also want to make sure that you can wiggle your toes around. Then, check that your heel doesn’t slide or slip-out of the back of the shoe. Lastly, be sure that your foot doesn’t slide off the inner or outside edge.

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3. Learn the lingo. There are three major support components of a shoe. The insole is a foam insert located inside the shoe. It conforms to the shape of your foot and can be removed to make room for custom-designed inserts. Meanwhile, the midsole is the foam layer that offers cushion and support for your arch. And lastly, the outsole is the rubber tread of your sneakers. Different outsoles have varying types of traction, making them best-suited for indoor or outdoor workouts. 4. Test them out. Before you leave the store, make sure that you test out your shoes. That doesn’t mean just walking around in them. You need to perform a few exercises, to see how they feel. 5. Remember that you know best. The friendly salesperson may have a lot of knowledge about shoe design, style, and comfort. But, he/she doesn’t know your workout or how your foot feels in a shoe. So, if a pair doesn’t fit quite right, don’t let anyone talk you into making a purchase because the sneakers “should” be a perfect fit. Go ahead and take your time shopping around. Compare the fit and the feel of various types of shoes, and select the pair that meets your individual needs.

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Jazzercise Nicholasville October Newsletter  

Monthly newsletter detailing events and news items for Jazzercise Nicholasville

Jazzercise Nicholasville October Newsletter  

Monthly newsletter detailing events and news items for Jazzercise Nicholasville