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Community Recreation Tickets and Travel Office 301-295-0434

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HOURS OF OPERATION Monday-Tuesday. . . . . .10 am-10 pm Wednesday-Thursday. . .11 am-10 pm Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 am-12 am Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . 10 am-12 am Sunday . . . . . . . . . . Private Parties SPINZ is open at 11 am Monday-Saturday and shuts down 30 minutes prior to closing. Sorry, NO outside foods or drinks allowed.

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Group Fitness Schedule

October Monday

Tuesday

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2017 Thursday

Friday

1000

1145

1000

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Gentle Yoga

Zumba

Gentle Yoga

Power Yoga

Gentle Yoga

Kathy 1145

Mitsy 1145

Kathy 1145

Naomi 1145

Kathy 1600

BodyPump

Spinning

Spinning

Spinning

HydroSculpt

Naomi 1600

Gina 1600

Curtis 1600

Lisa 1700

Kim

BodyPump

BodyPump

BodyPump

BodyPump

Margaret

Curtis

Curtis

Alee

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Insanity

Yoga

Zumba

Spinning

Allison 1715

Karen 1715

Sheena 1700

Butch

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Spinning

Aqua Zumba

Margaret

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Allison

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BodyFlow

BodyVive

Spinning

Kim

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Salsa Dance

PiYo

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Cecilia 1830

Pool

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Classes are Free for October 2017

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BodyPump Matt

All classes are 55 minutes All Spinning classes are 45-50 minutes

BodyPump, BodyVive, PiYo, Spinning and Insanity are FEP approved classes

Due to the Basketball Court and Racquetball Courts being resurfaced NOFFS will temporarily be canceled. NOFFS will return in November!

Class Fees in effect for Non-Active Duty $3 Per Class $25 for 10 $40 Unlimited 30 day pass

All Group Classes are Cancelled Friday October 6th through Monday October 9th for Columbus Day. Classes will resume Tuesday October 10th. All classes are reviewed monthly. We assess, with the help of your feedback, the time, type and teacher of the class. For questions or Comments contact the Group Exercise Fitness Coordinator 301-295-0031.

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Group Fitness Class Descriptions Please Visit NavyMWRBethesda.com for a complete Group Fitness Class Schedule The original barbell class that strengthens your entire body. This workout challenges all your major muscle groups by using the best weight-room exercises like squats, presses, lifts and curls. The low-impact, whole body group fitness workout that uses tubes and body weight to boost fitness and core strength. PiYo is a fun, challenging class fusing Pilates and Yoga. You will burn calories, tone muscles, work on balance and get a great stretch! A cardio-based total body conditioning workout that pushes your limits. With explosive cardio, plyometrics drills, strength intervals as well as intense core and ab training, you’ll work at your own level. This age-old practice consists of poses and breathing techniques that create physical strength and stamina, while improving balance and flexibility. A fast-paced class with flowing postures that will get you moving, breathing, and sweating. Focus is placed on strengthening muscles along with proper body alignment. Balancing poses, core work, and stretching postures are explored in the last half of class. The yoga, tai chi, & Pilates workout that builds flexibility and strength and leaves you feeling centered and calm. Fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic cardiovascular workout that will blow you away! An invigorating workout on our state-of-the-art bikes will leave you breathless. Focusing on proper posture on the bike and emphasizing sound riding technique, you’ll be sure to enjoy your ride. NOFFS is a system created to help the demands of the sailor using pushing, pulling, carrying and lifting movements. Well rounded class including strength, endurance and mobility components. This class will also help meet the physical demands to complete your PRT or APFT. This program hones in on the torso and sling muscles that connect your upper body to your lower body. It's ideal for tightening your tummy and butt, as well as improving functional strength and assisting in injury prevention. This class blends it all together into a safe, challenging, water-based workout that's cardio-conditioning, body-toning, and most of all, exhilarating beyond belief Deep and Shallow water combo class. This class provides an excellent cross-training experience who want to improve their physical endurance and tone their body through interval and strength training methods.

Fitness Center Hours: Monday – Friday 0430-2200 Saturday 0800-1900 Sunday 0800-1700

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Class Fees For Non-Active Duty: $3 per class $25 for 10 $40 for a 30 Day Unlimited Pass


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FREE Fitness Center, Bldg. 17, NSA Bethesda

Sept. 5 - Dec. 21 Join the Navy Fitness League for a group class challenge! Run your way to the end zone -- one group class at a time. Earn a touchdown and receive a prize! Win prizes for exceptional plays, too!

Playoffs will be held Jan. 2-Feb. 3 More details to come. REGISTER AT https://mwrnflchallenge2017 .eventbrite.com

Active-duty, dependents and other eligible Fitnes Center patrons. For more information, please call the Fitness Coordinator at (301) 295-0031. 11


Saturday, Oct. 21 Location MWR Sports Complex, NSA Bethesda Parking available in USUHS garage

Race Registration 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. Race begins at 10:30 a.m. One-mile run - $5 per participant

Festival 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Festival - FREE Race registration https://navymwrbethesda.eventbrite.com

Costumes are encouraged! • • • • •

Petting zoo • Haystack candy hunt Bounce house • Costume contest Pumpkin painting • Beer and bratwurst concessions Carnival games Face painting

Neither the Navy nor any other part of the federal government officially endorses any company, sponsor or its products or services.

Open to all with base access. For more information contact the MWR Community Recreation at (301) 319-7801.

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October 2017 Happenings Newsletter  

Volume 18 Issue 10

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