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The Arena Club 2304 E Churchville Rd Bel Air, MD 21015 (410) 734-7300 Facebook

Testimonials For the last two years I have had the privilege of training with Nicole Bosley-Smith. When I started, I was completely out of shape. I felt lousy and a check up with my doctor indicated that I needed make changes in my life. I was 50 years old and didn't think I would be able to make the changes that I wanted. Nicole thought otherwise. Through her expertise, encouragement, prodding, pushing and her patience, I was able to make remarkable changes. I began to workout 3 to 4 times a week. I started riding my bike again. Nicole gave me tips on how to improve my diet. The results have been dramatic. My check up this year was great. My doctor told me my health was terrific. My strength and endurance has steadily increased. This past September I am proud that I was able to complete my first century ride on my bike. (100 miles). The thought of being able to do that 2 years ago was simply incomprehensible. I cannot thank Nicole enough for all the hard work she put into giving me the tools to reach and surpass my health and fitness goals. She is absolutely the BEST! -

Bob Weisengoff

I have happily been a member of The Arena Club for the past 5 years. Through the ups and downs of being a competitive and now professional dancer, The Arena Club has been there every step of the way. This past October, I broke my left foot for the 4th time. Devastated that I could not go back on tour with "Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance"— the dance company I had strived my whole life to be part of – I entered a local Miss America Pageant to keep me motivated through my recovery. Working with Agape and Susan Phipps on the pilates reformer, I am happy to say my foot is fully healed and I was able to compete and win my first pageant ever (current title, Miss Appalachia 2012!) Now that I am in the running to be next Miss Maryland, I keep in shape with the help of The Arena Club and their wonderful pilates reformer training! -

Caitlin Golding, Miss. Appalachia 2012

I have been working with Nicole for two years and have lost weight and inches. I am stronger than I have ever been. I look forward to my weekly training session because I know she will greet me with enthusiasm and a different workout each week. Her dedication and drive have pushed me to try new classes and get out of the same weekly exercise box I was in. I have continued to improve and push myself thanks to the efforts of Nicole. She continues to make a positive and healthy impact on my life. -


10 Suggestions for Exercising Safely Nearly anyone can safely take up walking, and light to moderate exercise is generally fine for healthy adults without any frustrating signs. But do you have to speak to your physician before taking on a more strenuous regimen? If you have any questions about your health healthy plan to start more vigorous, it's sensible to talk to a doctor. Don’t go into strenuous workouts, especially if you have not been active recently. Absolutely speak with a physician if you have any injuries or a chronic or unstable healthy condition, such as heart condition or numerous threat elements for heart condition, a respiratory disorder like asthma, high blood pressure, joint or bone illness (including weakening of bones), a neurological ailment, or diabetic issues. Consult your physician , if you presume you might have a health problem that would interfere with a workout program or if you have actually been experiencing any frustrating symptoms, such as chest discomfort, shortness of breath, or lightheadedness. 10 Ideas for Preventing Injuries When your doctor provides you the go-ahead to exercise, the ideas below can help you stay clear of injuries: •Take 5 to 10 minutes to heat up and cool down appropriately. •Plan to begin slowly and boost your activity level progressively unless you are already exercising often and strongly. •Be mindful that training too tough or too frequently can trigger overuse injuries like tension fractures, stiff or sore muscles and joints, and inflamed ligaments and ligaments. Sports prompting recurring wear and tear on certain parts of your body-such as swimming (shoulders), running (ankles, feet, and knees), tennis (elbows)-- are frequently overuse culprits, too. A mix of different kinds of tasks and adequate rest is safer. •Listen to your body. Hold back on workout when you're sick or sensation very fatigued. Cut down if you cannot complete an exercise session, feel faint after workout or fatigued during the day, or suffer consistent aches and pains in joints after working out. •If you stop working out for a while, hang back to a lower level of exercise. If you're doing strength training, for example, lift lighter weights or do fewer sets or representatives. •For most individuals, just drinking a lot of water suffices. However if you're exercising specifically hard or doing a marathon or triathlon, choose beverages that replace fluids plus essential electrolytes.

•Choose shoes and clothing made for your kind of workout. Change shoes every 6 months as cushioning wears out. •For strength training, excellent type is vital. At first make use of no weight, or very lightweight, when finding out the exercises. Never ever compromise by rushing to finish reps or sets, or struggling to lift heavier weights. •Exercising vigorously in hot, damp conditions can bring about severe overheating and dehydration. Your speed will decrease when the temperature increases above 70 degrees Farenheit. On days when the thermometer is anticipated to reach 80 degrees Farenheit, exercise during cooler parts of the day like in the morning or evening hours or at an air-conditioned gym. Watch for signs of getting too hot, such as headache, dizziness, nausea, faintness, pains, or palpitations. •Dress correctly for cold-weather workouts to prevent hypothermia. Depending on the temperature, wear layers you can remove as you warm up. Do not forget gloves Delayed muscle discomfort that begins 12 to 24 hours after a workout and progressively mellows out is a normal feedback to exhausting your muscles. By contrast, relentless or intense muscle discomfort that starts throughout an exercise or right later, or muscle discomfort that continues more than one to 2 weeks, merits a call to your doctor for insight.

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About the Arena Club The Arena Club is Harford County's Best Family Fitness Center. With state of the art cardio equipment, our fitness circuit, vast assortment of free weights, unparalleled personal training services, the largest water park in Harford County, Harford County's only warm salt water therapy pool, our elite indoor turf field, over 85 free group fitness classes and childcare included with your membership, we have options to meet all of your fitness goals.

Our Fitness Center Our state-of-the-art fitness center features a variety of cardio equipment with personal viewing monitors, including elliptical trainers, rowing machines, arc trainers, treadmills, amt trainers, bikes, stairmasters, stepmills, and helix machines. We have an extensive weight floor including free weights and an olympic platform, selectorized equipment, free motion equipment, and a strength training circuit.

Group Fitness We offer over 85 weekly group fitness and aquatics classes that are included in your membership. Classes are designed to meet the needs of beginning, intermediate and advanced exercisers. Cutting edge programming includeds popular classes such as Les Mills BodyPump, BodyJam, and BodyCombat as well as Cycling, BOSU, Step, Zumba, Aqua classes and more!

Personal Training Our Arena Club Personal Training Team is a highly motivated, dedicated staff of certified personal trainers who design and deliver programs specifically built for individual client needs. We offer special one-on-one training, small group training and/or packages tailored to surpass all of your expectations. The sports performance training programs bring together the most experienced coaching staff in Harford County. Any player can improve with the right approach. We guarantee results! Aquatics Complex Our aquatics complex is offered year round! Our pool deck features a 25-meter lap pool, beach-entry children's pool, a salt-water leisure pool, a spa, and our family recreation pool with two water slides, a diving board, and a water basketball court. We are proud to offer a year-round swim team, a summer swim team, and American Red Cross group and private swim lessons. Click here to learn more about our aquatic programs.

Innovative Programming We offer unique programs for both children and adults. For chldren, we offer a licensed pre-k program, a before & after school care program, day camps, and summer and sports camps. We also have childcare services for members, an Arena Kids & Tots program, youth sports leagues, and more. Adults can take advantage of small group training programs such as Fastraxx, TRX, Kettlebells, Barre, Pilates, Les Mills GRIT training, and more. Both members and nonmembers can take advantage of our programs.

History Established in 2003.

Ten years ago on January 30, 2003, we opened the doors to The Arena Club. We had a vision for a full-service, total health and wellness facility that would change the lives of community members in Harford County. We imagined a place that would encompass total wellness for all ages, health status, and walks of life. It's wild that ten years later, we're there. From children to seniors, from athletes to those with disabilities, we have the facility and resources to help everyone achieve their goals, no matter what they are.

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