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The W Community Recreation

2012-13 Fall & Winter Brochure

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Community Recreation Program Fall & Winter 2012-13

From the assistant director for community recreation Register Early Mail in or drop off registration at The W Registration begins as soon as you receive the Fall & Winter brochure. The W 100 Wartburg Blvd. P.O. Box 1003 Waverly, IA 50777-0903 A printable registration form is available at www.The-W.org. It may still feel like summertime, but before we know it, the leaves will be changing and a fall chill will be in the air. Fall is a time of change, and it’s a wonderful time to try something new at The W. We hope you’ve enjoyed a few great months of warm-weather activity, relaxation, and recreation and have taken advantage of all the opportunities offered for people of all ages here at The W. I’ve enjoyed walking around the facility this summer seeing kids learning tennis, baseball, basketball, and tumbling skills and adults participating in the great classes offered by our fitness instructors. It’s also been a joy observing people of all ages enjoying the pool and the variety of aquatics activities available, as well as visiting with some of our senior members at the Zesty Orange after their morning walk in the Fieldhouse. There really is a place for everyone at The W. In the following pages of our brochure, we hope you find many programs, classes, and other opportunities that spark your interest or the interest of someone in your family to get active and try something new at The W. I want to encourage you to make this the year you commit to making a change. Go outside your comfort zone and participate in something different, something you’ve always wanted to try, something you never thought you could do. And do it with a friend by encouraging someone to make a change with you! Let a personal trainer design a workout tailored to your own fitness goals. Challenge yourself by climbing the many courses mapped out on the rock wall or dance your way to fitness through the steps of a Zumba class. Then relax your body and mind with a massage—and don’t forget to pick up gift certificates for your friends and family! If you are currently a member, tell someone about all the great opportunities and first-class facilities available at The W — from aquatics to art and courts to childcare. There really is a place for everyone of all ages at The W. If you are not a member, now is a great time to sign up for a single or family membership and begin to make a change in your own fitness as well as the fitness of your entire family. As a former elementary and high school physical educator, I’m passionate about the importance of developing lifelong healthy habits. I’ve seen firsthand the need for all of us, no matter what our age, to find fun, enjoyable ways to get moving and take care of our bodies. Make sure to visit www.The-W.org to check out and register for all the fall and winter offerings we have available for you and your family. I look forward to seeing you around The W. Sincerely, Doug Frazell Assistant Director for Community Recreation 319-352-8738

Permission for Medical Treatment Upon registering for any Community Recreation program or activity, it is assumed that in the case of a parent’s or guardian’s absence or unavailability, The W staff is authorized to arrange whatever medical treatment is considered necessary for the minor child enrolled in the activity. If a parent/guardian does not wish to authorize The W staff to arrange for medical treatment, a revocation of permission form must be filed with The W.

The W Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center 100 Wartburg Blvd. P.O. Box 1003 Waverly, IA 50677-0903 Find us online: www.The-W.org Welcome Desk Office FAX

352-8311 352-8716 352-8720

The W Staff Sheila Kittleson Executive Director

Heather Zajicek Assistant Director for Aquatics

Dawn Wiegmann, R.N. Director of Wellness and Health Promotion

Steve Walker Assistant Athletic Director

Nilan Lansing Interim Assistant Director for Group Fitness Beth Meyer Assistant Director, Personal Training and Massage Therapy

Doug Frazell Assistant Director for Community Recreation Jill Eckenrod Office Coordinator

The W Hours Mon-Thurs: 5:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri: 5:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Sat: 7 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Sun: 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

Summer hours through Sept 2: See www.The-W.org

The W is closed for the following holidays: Thanksgiving—Thursday, Nov. 22 Christmas Day—Tuesday, Dec. 25 New Year's Day—Tuesday, Jan. 1 Easter—Sunday, March 31

Membership Fees Individual - $50/month ($50 activation fee) Individual + 1 - $70/month ($70 activation fee) Individual + 2 or more - $80/month ($80 activation fee) Senior (65 and older) - $37.50/month (no activation fee) Senior + 1 - $55/month (no activation fee) * Individual-plus memberships include immediate family (ages 0-18) living in the same household. Older children (ages 18-22) may be considered if listed as dependents on your income tax form or if they are full-time college students.

Guests Passes: Adults $10/day Children $5/day Gift cards available Sign-up at The W (use Northwest entrance) For more information: Online: www.The-W.org Phone: 352-8716

Mission Statement The Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center is dedicated to promoting lifelong wellness for people of all ages and levels of ability by providing outstanding facilities, programs, and educational services to the campus community and the citizens of Waverly and the surrounding area.


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Membership The W Membership The W offers a variety of programming and fitness opportunities to accommodate a wide range of personal needs. We provide a comprehensive wellness program with facilities, equipment, and programming to meet your exercise needs. Classes through our Lunch 'n' Learn program and a newsletter assist you in living a healthy lifestyle. We truly believe in our motto, “There’s a place for you at The W.”

Membership offers access to many of the great features of The W:

 Fitness area with free weights/stacked weights and cardio machines, including treadmills, elliptical machines, and stationary conventional and recumbent bikes

 200-meter track in the Fieldhouse and a walking/jogging track in Center Court

 Four multipurpose courts in the Fieldhouse that accommodate tennis, volleyball, and basketball, plus an additional basketball court in Center Court

 Climbing wall

 Steam room, sauna

 Pool, hot tub, water slide, vortex pool for walking

 Racquetball courts

 Golf hitting area

 Childcare

The W Hours and Fitness Center Mon.-Thurs. 5:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri. 5:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Sat. 7 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Sun. 1-10 p.m. (11 a.m.-1 p.m. fitness area)

Pool Hours Mon.-Fri. 5:45-7:45 a.m. (vortex and lap swim only) 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. (vortex and lap swim only) 4-8 p.m. (open swim) Sat. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sun. 2-8 p.m.

Climbing Wall Hours Mon./Wed./Fri. 5-8 p.m. Tues./Thurs. 6-9 p.m. Sat. 1-6 p.m. Sun. 2-7 p.m.

Child Care Hours

Membership extras include:

 Member locker rooms and showers and free towel service

 Member parking lot privileges

 Two free fitness assessments (pre and post)

 Reduced rates for group fitness classes

 Free admission to Wartburg home athletic events

Mon.-Fri. 8:30-11 a.m. 4:30-7 p.m.

Group Fitness Classes:

 Participants may register for four months at a time. The session dates are: Sept. 1-Dec. 31; Jan. 1-April 30; May 1-Aug. 31.

 Cost for members is $20 per four-month session or $7 per month.

 Participants can register for classes on the 20th of each month. Call Jill at 352-8716 with questions.

Enjoy a free day at The W Saturday, Oct. 27 FREE Community Day at The W Saturday, Oct. 27 The W offers programs and facilities for people of all ages, shapes, and sizes. Whether you are training for a road race, trying to improve your health, or just want to have fun with family and friends, we have the equipment, facilities, and staff to serve your needs. The W is a great place for kids and adults to work out, play court games, swim, use the climbing wall and water slide, or enjoy a warm break in the hot tub or steam room. Try it all at no charge on Oct. 27! The W is also open free of charge for Wartburg Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 20.


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Registration Registration Information

Complete Registration Form

Refunds

Pre-registration is required for all programs with the fees due and payable at the time of registration. No registration is complete until the fee is paid and your name is added to the registration list. All registrations are accepted on a first-come basis. Always use correct age/grade at the beginning of the program.

A registration form is available in the back of the brochure. Please fill out the entire form and be sure all information is correct and the program codes are included. Please keep a copy of your registration. The W will not call to confirm your registration. Online registration also will be available at www. The-W.org. Online registrations will receive an email confirmation.

In order to keep things fair to all participants, each withdrawal from a program will be assessed a $5 processing fee whether a refund check is issued or credit is put on account. There will be no transfers. Any changes will be treated as a refund, and participants must re-register for the desired class.

Code Number/Letter System for Community Recreation Programs All community recreation programs have a code for each class offered. The code system helps simplify the registration procedure for you and our office. Please indicate the code when registering for programs.

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Enclose Payment Total all fees and make checks payable to The W. Do not send cash. All fees must be paid in full. Registrations with incorrect fees will be notified and held from processing until the correct fee has been received.

Register online @ www.The-W.org Online registrations will receive an email confirmation.

Inclement Weather or Cancellations Announcements of cancellations will be posted on the Web at www.the-w.org and aired on KWAY radio station (99.3 FM). You may also call the Welcome Desk at 319-352-8311 for postponements or cancellations.

No refunds will be given following the registration deadline. Each program’s deadline is indicated by the through date. If a deadline date is not indicated, it will be seven calendar days prior to the program start date. If a medical problem arises during the activity/class, a physician’s written excuse must be presented stating that participation is restricted. In the case of a medical excuse, a percentage of whatever class time remains will be refunded. If the program/activity is canceled by the department, you will have the choice of having a full refund issued to your account or a refund check issued to the person who paid for the enrollment.

Everyone Belongs! If you or a family member has special needs and would like to participate in a program, we will be happy to make accommodations to meet your needs. Please contact our office at 352-8716 if you would like more information regarding programs and/or accommodations for program participants according to the Americans with Disabilities Act. The W is a participating member in the “Together We Play” program.

Community Recreation Online Registration You can sign up at https://the-w.wartburg.edu 1. Select Join Now button. 2. Select Sign Up as Guest button. 3. Select site, hit Select button. 4. Fill in personal information, add any sub members (child or spouse), select Next button. 5. Create your own personal login ID and password, select Next button. 6. Verify personal information and select Confirm button Very important - you must select Confirm button. 7. Message must say “New Account Confirmation.” 8. Login with your new login ID and password, select Login button. 9. On the home (welcome) page, on the left-hand side, choose Sign up for a Program.

REDUCED PROGRAM FEES Reduced-price programs are available. Families or members of families are eligible for reduced-price programs if they are currently receiving food stamps. Youth are eligible for reduced-price programs if they receive reduced-price or free hot lunches. A form is available at The W Office. Verification will take approximately one week and must be completed before you can register for any programs at the discounted price. A new form must be filled out each year. Forms expire on Aug. 15 of each year.


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Information About The W Hold Your Event at The W Would your church, business, or group like to host an event at The W? We offer options for renting the pool, wet classroom, rock wall, tennis courts, racquetball courts, Fieldhouse, and Center Court. Call Jill at 319-352-8716 to check availability.

Watch for Movie “Knights” at The W Look for more information throughout the year about events where kids and families can enjoy not only a movie, but other great features!

Check out our Homecoming Specials Friday, Oct. 19 — $5 admission 5:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., THE W OPEN – $5 passes available at The W Information Desk. Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult. Saturday, Oct. 20 — free admission 7 a.m.-6:30 p.m., THE W OPEN – Free Admission. Please check in at The W Information Desk. Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult. 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., THE W SELF-GUIDED TOURS – The W (Students available to answer questions) Sunday, Oct. 21 — $5 admission 1-10 p.m., The W OPEN – $5 passes available at The W Information Desk. Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult.

Climbing Wall

Pool Parties at The W Pool: $60 for 15 participants (member rate) (Two-hour time period scheduled for 15 swimmers) Pool: $75 for 15 participants (nonmembers) (Two-hour time period scheduled for 15 swimmers) Wet Classroom: $15 for the same two-hour time period (member and nonmember rate). This room may be used for treats and opening presents. A $50 deposit is required. After tables have been cleaned, garbage thrown away, and floor swept, the deposit will be returned. Availablity: Monday-Friday: 4-8 p.m. for a specific two-hour time block Saturday: 11a.m.-6 p.m. for a specific two-hour time block Sunday: 2-8 p.m. for a specific two-hour time block Food/drinks can be ordered through Wartburg Dining Services or you may bring in your own cake, drinks, or food. You may book a pool party by email: jill.eckenrod@wartburg.edu or call 352-8716 during normal business hours, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Each party request must be approved by the office, based on pool and classroom availability. Cancellations may be made seven days prior to scheduled date. If cancelled after the seven-day deadline, the $50 deposit will not be returned.

Our 30-foot tall climbing wall can hold up to six climbers at one time, and there are no height or weight restrictions. Harnesses, ropes, and other necessary equipment are provided by The W, along with the assistance of our certified belayer. The climbing wall is open weekday evenings and weekend afternoons.

Treat Yourself to a Massage Massage therapy is offered to members and non-members of The W. Fees are $55 for an hour; $30 for a half-hour, and $80 for 90 minutes. Massages include hot towels and the use of hot stones. Our massage therapy staff is licensed to meet your needs, and massages are done by appointment only. Please contact Michelle Jones at 319-9391993 or Beth Meyer at 319-239-9461 to schedule an appointment.

Zumbatomic Parties Rock! Zumbatomic is designed exclusively for kids (ages 4-12). These rockin’, high-energy fitness parties are packed with specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines and all the music kids love—hiphop, reggaeton, cumbia, and more! Parents love Zumbatomic because it increases focus and self-confidence, boosts metabolism, and enhances coordination! Schedule your Zumbatomic party today by contacting Jill Eckenrod at 352-8716.


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Swim Clubs/Lessons The W Swim Club The W Swim Club’s purpose is to provide a high-quality fall/winter/spring program of swimming. The W Swim Club is for the competitive swimmer and for the child who is just beginning to be a part of a swim team. Requirements: Participants must be at least 6 years old at the start of the session, completed Level 2 of the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program, and be able to swim one length of The W pool without stopping, using the front crawl. Session 1: Oct. 1-Dec. 15 Session 1 Practice Schedule: To be determined after registration Session 2: Jan. 14-March 23 Session 2 Practice Schedule: To be determined after registration How to register: Attend the registration/informational meeting date for the session your child(ren) wish to participate in. Session 1: Tuesday, Sept. 25, 5:30 p.m. Session 2: Tuesday, Jan. 8, 5:30 p.m. Location: The W Wet Classroom *Practices will not be held if W-SR cancels school or dismisses early due to inclement weather.

Master’s Swim Club All competitive, fitness, and triathlon swimmers, age 18 and older, are welcome. It is expected that participants are proficient swimmers. Group meets twice a week with coached workouts one night per week focusing on technique, drills, pace, and endurance. Session 1: Oct. 1-Dec. 19, Code: MS500 Presession meeting: Oct. 1, 7:30 p.m., The W Wet Classroom Session 2: Jan. 7-March 27, Code: MS600 Presession meeting: Jan. 7, 7:30 p.m., The W Wet Classroom Date: Monday, Wednesday Time: 8-9 p.m. Location: The W indoor pool Fee: $80 member/$95 nonmember per 12-week session How to Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W

Private/Arranged Lessons Private Lessons - Private lessons may be taken at any skill level. These lessons are taught at a one participant to one instructor ratio for 25 minutes. Arranged fall private lesson session: Sept. 17-Nov. 10, 2012 Requests submitted before session start date will receive a call the week of Sept. 17. *Maximum enrollment for fall session: 25 arranged lessons Arranged winter private lesson session: Jan. 21-March 25, 2013 Requests submitted before session start date will receive a call the week of Jan. 21. *Maximum enrollment for winter session: 25 arranged lessons *Lessons will not start before the start date of each session. *Lesson requests submitted after ending date will be honored during the next private lesson session. How to register: Fill out registration form online at www.the-w.org. An instructor will call you to line up a lesson time. Please submitt a current phone number and allow 5-10 business days to schedule lessons.

Arranged Private Lessons Instructors teach one-on-one for 25 minutes. Time is scheduled by instructor and participant. Fall Winter Sept. 17-Nov. 10 Code Jan. 21-March 25 Code 4 lessons $55 APLF4 4 lessons $55 APLW4 5 lessons $65 APLF5 5 lessons $65 APLW5 6 lessons $70 APLF6 6 lessons $70 APLW6 8 lessons $80 APLF8 8 lessons $80 APLW8

Learn-to-Swim Programs Learn-to-Swim Programs at The W Schuldt Natatorium Swim lessons include all levels of the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim Program. Lessons are taught by American Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Learn-to-Swim teaches aquatic and safety skills in a logical progression. The objective is to teach people of all ages to swim and to be safe in, on, and around the water and give students a positive learning experience.

Parent/Child - This class is designed to provide experiences and activities for children 6 months – 1 1/2 years and their parent/guardian(s). Skills covered include asking for permission before entering water; entering and exiting the water in a safe manner; feeling comfortable in the water; explore submerging to the mouth, nose, eyes, and completely under water; exploring buoyancy on the front and back positions; changing body position in the water; experience wearing a lifejacket. Swim diapers are required for this course.

Parent/Toddler - This class is designed to help children 1 1/2 – 3 years and their parent/guardian(s). Parent/Toddler classes are designed to establish expectations for adult supervision; learn more ways to enter and exit the water in a safe manner; explore submerging in a rhythmic pattern; glide on the front and back with assistance; perform combined stroke on front and back with assistance; change body position in water; experience wearing a lifejacket.

Preschool Level 1- This class orients children without a parent/guardian(s) to the aquatic environment and helps them gain basic aquatic skills. Skills learned in this class are entering water by using ladder, steps, or side; front and back glides and recovery position; combined arm and leg actions; underwater exploration; and using life jackets. Recommended ages: 3 and 4

Preschool Level 2 - This class helps children gain greater independence in their skills and develop more comfort in and around water. Skills learned in this class are entering water by stepping in; bobbing; retrieving submerged objects; front and back glides; combined arm and leg actions on front and back; tread water using arm and leg actions; and using life jackets. Recommended ages: 4 and 5

Preschool Level 3 - This class helps children start to gain basic swimming propulsive skills to be comfortable in and around water. Skills learned in this class are entering water by jumping in, fully submerged, and holding breath under water; front jellyfish and tuck floats; change of direction while swimming on front and back; combined arm and leg actions on front and back; tread water using arm and leg actions; and using life jackets. Recommended ages: 4 and 5

Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills This class is focused on water orientation and helping participants feel comfortable in the water. Skills learned include blowing bubbles through mouth and nose; bobbing; opening eyes under water and retrieving objects; front and back glides and floats; rolling from front to back; alternating and simultaneous arm and leg action on front and back. Minimum age: 6

Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills This class gives participants success with fundamental skills. Skills learned include fully submerging and holding breath; bobbing; front, jellyfish, and tuck floats; front and back glides and floats; change of direction while swimming; combined arm and leg actions on front and back; finning arm action.

Level 3 Stroke Development This class builds on the skills learned in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deeper water. Skills taught include headfirst entries from the side in sitting and kneeling positions; bobbing while moving toward safety; rotary breathing; survival float; back float; change from vertical to horizontal position on front and back; treading water; flutter, scissor, dolphin, and breaststroke kicks on front; front crawl; and elementary backstroke.

Level 4 Stroke Improvement This class develops confidence in the strokes learned and improves other aquatic skills. Skills taught include headfirst entries from the side in compact and stride positions; swimming under water; feet-first surface dive; survival swimming; front crawl and backstroke open turns; treading water using different kicks; flutter and dolphin kicks on back; front and back crawl; elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke, and butterfly.

Level 5 Stroke Refinement This class provides further coordination and refinement of strokes. Skills taught include shallow-angle dives from the side, then glide and begin a front stroke; tuck and pike surface dives; submerging completely; front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming; sculling; open turns.


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Group/Swimming Lessons 2012 Saturday Fall Public Swim Lesson Schedule

2013 Saturday Winter Public Swim Lesson Schedule

Dates: Sept. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13, Nov. 3, 10, 17 Day: Saturdays Makeup day (due to weather): Saturday, Dec. 1 Fee: $35 Deadline: Friday, Sept. 7 Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form.

Dates: Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2 Day: Saturdays Makeup day (due to weather): Saturday, March 16 Fee: $35 Deadline: Friday, Jan. 4 Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form.

Parent/Toddler Preschool 1 Preschool 2 Preschool 3 Level 1 Level 2

8:45-9:15 a.m. 819

9:30-10 a.m.

8:15-8:45 a.m. 10:15-10:45 a.m. P128

P228 P327 132 231

2012 Weekday Fall Public Swim Lesson Schedule

Parent/Child Parent/Toddler Preschool 1 Preschool 2 Preschool 3 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5

5:45-6:15 p.m. 719

6:30-7 p.m. 820 P130

P129 P229 P328 133

9-9:30 a.m. 720

9:45-10:15 a.m.

P131

P132

10:30-11 a.m.

821 P230 135

P330

P231 P331

233 332

234 333

136

424 522

2013 Weekday Winter Public Swim Lesson Schedule

Dates: Oct. 23-Nov. 20 (no class on Oct. 25) Day: Tuesday/Thursdays Makeup day (due to weather): Tuesday, Nov. 27 Fee: $35 Deadline: Tuesday, Oct. 16 Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form. 5-5:30 p.m.

Parent/Child Parent/Toddler Preschool 1 Preschool 2 Preschool 3 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5

P329 134 232

331 423 521

Swim Lesson expectations  Participants are allowed to miss only one class. Those who miss more than one class will not pass their designated level.  Children should use designated changing areas (either member lockers or the community family changing rooms).  Children should arrive at lessons dressed in a swimsuit or swim trunks and ready to swim.  Children should use the restroom before class. Leaving during class shortens learning time. C  hildren in diapers are required to wear swim diapers.  Long hair should be tied back so it doesn’t get in child’s face.  Only swim participants (except Parent/Child and Parent/Toddler) are allowed on the pool deck. Spectators (parents, guardians, and other family members) may watch from the window in the Zesty Orange. This will be strictly enforced.  Cancellations or postponements will be posted on www.the-w.org, announced on KWAY 99.3 FM, or you may call the Welcome Desk, 319-352- 8311  Make-up classes due to weather-related postponements will be made up during the designated day (see lesson schedule for more information).

Class size: Minimum enrollment for public swimming lessons 4 participants. Maximum enrollment: Parent/Child, Parent/Toddler, Preschool Levels 1-3, Level 1, 2, and 3: 6 swimmers per instructor, Level 4 and 5: 10 swimmers per instructor. Lesson Evaluations: All swim lesson participants will receive a swim lesson evaluation at the conclusion of class from their designated water safety instructor (WSI). Swimmers may miss only one class in order to meet the requirements to pass a given level. Swim lesson suggestion: Please allow six months between sessions to allow child to develop skills.

Dates: Jan. 29-Feb. 21 Makeup day (due to weather): Tuesday, Feb. 26 Deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 22 Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form. 5-5:30 p.m. Parent/Child Parent/Toddler

5:45-6:15 p.m.

6:30-7 p.m.

721 822

Preschool 1

P133

Preschool 2

P232

Preschool 3

P332

P134 P233

Level 1

137

Level 2

235

Level 3

Day: Tuesday/Thursdays Fee: $35

334

Level 4

425

Level 5

523

2013 Weekday Spring Public Swim Lesson Schedule Dates: March 12-April 9 (No class March 28) Makeup day (due to weather): Tuesday, April 11 Deadline: Tuesday, March 5 Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form. 5:30-6 p.m. Parent/Child

6:15-6:45 p.m. 823

P135

P136

Preschool 2

P234

Preschool 3

P333

Level 1

138

Level 2

236

Level 3

7-7:30 p.m.

722

Parent/Toddler Preschool 1

Day: Tuesday/Thursdays Fee: $35

P334

335

Level 4

426

Level 5

524

* Please keep a copy of your registration. The W will not call to confirm your classes. Online registrations will receive an email confirmation.

How to register G  o to www.the-W.org for online registration information M  ail: 100 Wartburg Blvd. Waverly, IA 50677 D  rop off registration form at The W U  se registration form at the back of the brochure


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Certification Classes *Refund policy (page 4) applies to all certification classes.

Lifeguard Instructor (LGI)

Lifeguard Training

The LGI class is designed to train instructor candidates to teach basic-level Lifeguarding, Shallow Water Attendant, Lifeguard Management, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer. Candidates must attend all classes to receive certification and must be at least 17 years of age before the end of the course.

The American Red Cross program provides lifeguards with skills to keep patrons of aquatic facilities safe in and around water. This class includes training in First Aid and CPR/ AED for the Professional Rescuer. Participants must be at least 15 years of age before the end of the course to enroll. Lifeguard/First Aid & CPR/AED certifications are valid for two years. Participants must attend all class sessions in order to obtain certifications.

Class Dates/Times Code: LG1203 Code: LG302 Thursday, Dec. 13, 6-10 p.m. Thursday, March 21, 6-10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, 6-10 p.m. Friday, March 22, 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, March 23, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, March 24, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Deadline: Thursday, Nov. 29 Deadline: Thursday, March 7 Location: The W indoor pool. Class schedules will be handed out on the first day. Enrollment: 12 Fee: $165

Lifeguard Certification Review This certification is for people who have had a current Lifeguarding certificate within the last 12 months and wish to renew. It includes a review of all lifeguard training components, including in and out-of-water exercises, as well as CPR/AED for the Lifeguard and First Aid. CPR/AED and Lifeguarding/First Aid certifications are good for two years.

Class Dates/Times Code: LCR1201 Saturday, Dec. 8, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Nov. 30 Code: LCR101 Sunday, Jan. 6, 6-10 p.m. Deadline: Monday, Dec. 31 Location: The W indoor pool Enrollment: 12 Fee: $85

Water Safety Instructor (WSI) The WSI class provides knowledge and skills necessary to teach swimming lessons and other water safety classes through understanding how to use course materials, how to conduct training sessions, and how to evaluate participant progress. Students must attend all classes to receive certification and must be at least 16 years of age before the end of the course.

Class Dates/Times Code: WSI1103 Friday, Nov. 23, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 24, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Nov. 9 Code: WSI301 Friday, March 29, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, March 30, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Deadline: Friday, March 22 Location: The W indoor pool Enrollment: 10 Fee: $185

Class Dates/Times Code: LGI1202 Code: LGI1302 Thursday, Dec. 13, 6-10 p.m. Thursday, March 21, 6-10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, 6-10 p.m. Friday, March 22, 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday, March 23, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, March 24, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Deadline: Thursday, Nov. 29 Deadline: Thursday, March 7 Location: The W indoor pool. Class schedules will be handed out of the first day. Enrollment: 4 Fee: $205

Community CPR/First Aid The American Red Cross Community CPR Class teaches the skills necessary to prevent, recognize, and provide basic care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children, and infants until advanced medical personnel arrive. Certification is valid for one year. The American Red Cross First Aid course gives individuals the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic first aid care for injuries and sudden illness until advanced medical personnel arrive. Certification is valid for two years.

Class Dates/Times Code: CPR/FA903 Sunday, Sept. 9, 1-6 p.m. Deadline: Monday, Sept. 3 Code: CPR/FA1203 Sunday, Dec. 2, 5-10 p.m. Deadline: Monday, Nov. 26 Location: The W Wet Classroom Enrollment: 10 Fee: $75

First Aid The American Red Cross First Aid course gives individuals the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic Fist Aid care for injuries and sudden illness until advanced medical personnel arrive. Certification is valid for two years.

Class Dates/Times Code: FA103 Saturday, Jan. 12, 12-2 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Jan. 4 Location: The W Wet Classroom Enrollment: 10 Fee: $50

Community CPR/First Aid Recertification This class is for those who have current American Red Cross Community Adult and Child CPR/AED and Infant CPR and wish to renew their certification. Certification is valid for two years.

Class Dates/Times Code: CPRR905 Code: CPRR906 Monday, Sept. 10, 7-9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16, 8-10 p.m. Deadline: Monday, Sept. 3 Deadline: Monday, Sept. 10 Code: CPRR1203 Code: CPRR104 Thursday, Dec. 6, 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12, 9-11 a.m. Deadline: Thursday, Nov. 29 Deadline: Friday, Jan. 4 Location: The W Wet Classroom Enrollment: 10 Fee: $55


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Community Recreation Program Fall & Winter 2012-13

Personal Training/Fitness Classes/Therapy Pool Personal Training Packages Want to increase the benefits from your workout plan or need help to get back on track? Let one of our qualified personal trainers help you reach your exercise goals!

Specialty Training Yoga Training

Let our certified yoga instructor/personal trainer take you through your own journey. If you are looking for specific flexibility and core work or are recovering from injury, we can help.

Triathlon Focus Are you looking for a personal trainer to improve your overall strength and cardiovascular performance? Let our personal trainer guide your way through a variety of swim, bike, run, and strength workouts. You don't have to be a triathlete to train like one!

Lifestyle and Weight Management Let us help you with your individual weight management needs. Our certified staff will bring a sound, well-balanced nutrition program designed with your goals and needs in mind! Please call Dawn Wiegmann to schedule a session. 319-352-8437

Personal Training Packages Member Package

O

ur fitness classes provide a variety of exercises to meet the needs of all individuals. Come and try out one or more of our great classes, all led by a great team of instructors. Unless noted, all classes are suitable for all fitness levels. Let us help you get in shape!

Fitness Class Prices

Fitness Area Orientation

Session dates: Sept.-Dec., Jan.-April, May-Aug. • The W member $20 for 4 months or $7/month (unlimited) • Nonmember $60 for 4 months or $17/month per class $100 for 4 months or $27/month for unlimited classes How to register: At Welcome Desk

Let us teach you how to use the equipment in the Fitness Area. Whether you need full instruction or are looking for a review, let us help get you started with proper equipment use. Offered free of charge on the fourth Saturday of each month, Sept.-May.

• WHC Therapy Pool member $20 for 4 months or $7/month • WHC Therapy Pool nonmember $100 for 4 months or $27/month How to register: Call Jill at 352-8716 or Nilan at 352-8715 See grid below for Waverly Health Center's Therapy Pool schedule.

THERAPY POOL: Group Fitness Class Schedule Sept. 1-April 30

(Includes specialty training.)

1 session $30 4 sessions $112 8 sessions $200 12 sessions $276 20 sessions $400

6-6:45 a.m.

(Includes specialty training.)

7-7:45 a.m.

Nonmember Package

1 session 4 sessions 8 sessions 12 sessions 20 sessions

$40 $150 $280 $400 $600

Member Group (2 or more) Package

Classes held at Waverly Health Center Monday

7-8 a.m.

Tuesday

Wednesday

water exercise

Thursday water exercise

water exercise p3

p3

7:50-8:35 a.m. 8-8:45 a.m.

(Fee is based per person. Group training is only for basic personal training services.)

8:40-9:30 a.m.

1 session $25 4 sessions $92 8 sessions $160 12 sessions $216 20 sessions $300 Questions: Call Beth at 352-8576 bethany.meyer@wartburg.edu

9-9:45 a.m.

water exercise aqua stretch

aqua stretch p3

water exercise

9:15-10 a.m.

water exercise water exercise

water exercise

9:50-10:35 a.m.

aqua stretch

aqua stretch

10:35-11:20 a.m.

aqua stretch

aqua stretch

11-11:45 a.m.

water exercise

water exercise

1:45-2:30 p.m.

aqua stretch

aqua stretch

2:35-3:20 p.m.

water exercise

water exercise

3-3:45 p.m.

aqua stretch

aqua stretch

4-4:45 p.m.

water exercise

water exercise

5-5:45 p.m.

water exercise

6-6:45 p.m. 6:30-7:15 p.m.

Friday

water exercise

water exercise

water exercise water exercise

water exercise water exercise

water exercise

Classes in RED are offered on Friday Classes in BLUE are offered Tuesday and Thursday Classes in GREEN are offered Monday and Wednesday P3 = Personal Party in the Pool (or open pool time) How to register: call Jill at 352-8716 or Nilan at 319-352-8715 for Waverly Health Center classes.


10 Group Fitness Classes Group Fitness Classes:

Our general group fitness classes feature of a variety of aerobics and calisthenics, cycling, yoga, water, and senior fitness classes. These classes are offered year round and are open to members and nonmembers of the W.

Combo/Cardio Mix This combination class incorporates high/low, step, and kickboxing for a fun, highly motivated workout that keeps you moving! This class is for all fitness levels.

Community Recreation Program Fall & Winter 2012-13

Kickboxing

Power Yoga

This class is sure to get you moving! Learn basic fundamentals of kickboxing to tone and tighten your body. Traditional aerobic kickboxing and the use of mitts and kickboxing bags will increase strength and overall cardiovascular health. This class will help you get the body you want while going through a high-intensity, high-motivation workout. This class is for all fitness levels.

This yoga class is designed for the individual who wants more than stretching and relaxation. Power yoga incorporates power moves to help increase strength and stamina with all the benefits of increasing strength and stress reduction through relaxation.

Abs-n-More

A combination of cardio followed by body toning maximizes your workout. Let us take you through this highly motivated workout to help you reach your exercise goals!

This 30-minute class focuses primarily on abdominal work. Learn how to properly work the mid-section for best results. Back-strengthening exercises will contribute to proper posture and help with low-back pain. Some upper and lower body exercise may also be included in the workout. This class is for all fitness levels.

Body Toning/*Senior Body Toning

Fit-to-the-Core

Combo Tone

Tone your muscles and increase your strength while using a variety of equipment. Participants will leave class feeling great, knowing they are creating a toned body! This class is for all fitness levels.

60-Minute Combo This is a high-intensity cardio class involving a variety of activities for the fitness enthusiast who wants more. Come join this class if you are ready to take your fitness level to the next step!

H2O Fitness/Deep H2O

Keep your body guessing as this class takes you through one cardio move to the next, from one strengthening exercise to another. If you want the best from your workout, this is the class for you! Let us take you through a moderate to high-intensity workout, so you can have it all.

Cycling This indoor cycling class is designed for beginners through experienced riders. It is great for the fitness enthusiast who wants a fast-paced, high-energy class.

Move and groove in the water for a great, highly motivated cardio class. Deep H2O classes are held in the deep end of the pool and offer additional intensity. These classes are for all fitness levels.

Group Fitness Class Schedule Sept. 1-April 30 Monday 5:40-6:30 a.m. 5:40-6:30 a.m. 5:45-6:30 a.m. 5:45-6:30 a.m. 6-6:50 a.m. 7:15-8:05 a.m. 7:15-8:05 a.m.

Combo Tone Cycling

8-8:50 a.m.

Low-Impact Combo Senior Body Toning

8-8:50 a.m. 8-8:50 a.m. 8-9:30 a.m. 8-9 a.m. 9-9:50 a.m. 9-9:50 a.m. 9-10 a.m. 10:45-11:30 a.m. 11:05-11:55 a.m. 12:05-12:45 p.m. 12:05-12:45 p.m. 12:05-12:55 p.m. 12:05-12:55 p.m. 12:05-12:55 p.m. 3:30-4:20 p.m. 4:45-5:35 p.m. 4:45-5:35 p.m. 4:45-5:15 p.m. 5:45-6:35 p.m. 5:45-6:35 p.m. 5:45-6:35 p.m. 6:40-7:10 p.m. 7-7:50 p.m. 7-7:50 p.m. 7:55-8:45 p.m. 8-8:50 p.m. 8-8:50 p.m. 8:10-9 p.m.

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Combo Tone Cycling H2O Fitness

H2O Fitness

Friday

Saturday

Combo Tone Cycling

H2O Fitness

H2O Fitness Body Toning Cardio Mix H20 Fitness

Low-Impact Combo Senior Body Toning Yoga Stretch

Low-Impact Combo Senior Body Toning Yoga Stretch

P3 H20 Senior Body Toning 60 min Cardio Forever Fit

Pilates Cycling Fitness Mix

Power Yoga

H20 Fitness

P3 H20 Senior Body Toning 60 min Cardio Forever Fit

Pilates Cycling Fitness Mix

Power Yoga

H20 Fitness Deep H2O Yoga Stretch

Combo

Combo

Abs-n-More Yoga Stretch Cycling

Combo Pilates

Abs-n-More Yoga Stretch Cycling Fit-to-the-core Abs-n-More

H20 Fitness

Abs-n-More Yoga Stretch Fit-to-the-core Abs-n-More

H20 Fitness H20 Fitness

Cycling

H20 Fitness Cycling

Deep H2O Kickboxing

Deep H2O Kickboxing

Pilates

Pilates Cycling Fitness Mix Power Yoga H20 Fitness

Deep H2O Yoga Stretch

Pilates

Pilates

Yoga Stretch Yoga stretch is for the individual who desires the flexibility, mental imagery, and relaxation most commonly associated with yoga. Allow this class to take you on a journey of the mind, body, and spirit!

Fitness Mix Want to take multiple types of classes but don’t have the time? Change up your workout with our new variety class, which will give you different types of workouts each day throughout the week. Rotate through different types of classes, including Kickboxing, Fit to the Core, and Abs-n-More. Our new class will keep your body guessing!

P3 This “personal party in the pool” allows you the benefit of working out on your own in the pool. An instructor is there to help you with workout ideas, or you can bring your own choreography for a fun workout!

Senior Programming/ Class Descriptions This class is designed for the older individual who prefers to work at a lower intensity and/or the participant who is just getting started in an exercise program. This class is designed to accommodate fitness enthusiasts with less stress on the body.

Yoga Stretch

Cycling P3 H20 Senior Body Toning

Pilates strengthens the core muscle groups while incorporating breathing techniques and stretching. Pilates helps to establish a long, lean body and helps create good posture. This class is for all fitness levels.

Low-Impact Combo

H2O Fitness

Body Toning

Pilates

Classes in RED are offered Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Classes in BLUE are offered Tuesday and Thursday. Classes in GREEN are offered Monday and Wednesday. Classes in BLACK are offered on Friday only or Saturday. For more information please stop by the Welcome Desk or call Nilan Lansing at 352-8715.

Yoga Stretch is for the individual who desires the flexibility, mental imagery, and relaxation most commonly associated with yoga. Allow this class to take you on a journey of the mind, body, and spirit!

H2O Senior This class is designed for seniors who are looking for an exercise program with the benefits of an aqua class. Cardio and body toning provide a safe and fun overall body workout.

Forever Fit This class is designed for the individual who needs extra attention when it comes to exercise. Participants will work all body parts while comfortably seated in a chair. Let us take you through a gentle yet energetic workout to help increase your overall health!

Walk-n-Talk This program for all ages meets Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 9 a.m. It consists of walking and weekly blood pressure check-ups. Twice a month educational briefings focus on senior-related health concerns. $10 a month.

How to register: At Welcome Desk


Community Recreation Program Fall & Winter 2012-13

Extreme & Specialty Classes are designed for a more intense workout that will push you to a new level of fitness. Classes incorporate the use of a variety of equipment and exercises. These classes are offered in sessions throughout the year and are open to members and nonmembers of The W. For more information, contact Nilan Lansing, nilan.lansing@wartburg.edu, or call 352-8715. How to register: at the Welcome Desk

Extreme Core Strengthen your core to help your posture and exercise those other hard-to-work areas for a strong, solid core! This 60-minute class will teach you how to work your core effectively to give you a strong, solid base, define your abs, and help prevent low-back pain. Let this class firm, tighten, and strengthen your core to enhance your other training. Session 1: Sept. 11-Oct. 4 (4 weeks) Session 2: Oct. 23- Nov. 15 (4 weeks) Session 3: Feb. 19- March 14 (4 weeks) Session 4: April 2- April 25 (4 weeks) Days: Tuesday, Thursday Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $58 The W member, $76 nonmember, $40 student

Kick It 2 the Next Level (K2XL) Improve your cardiovascular endurance, muscle strength, and flexibility and become a healthier you. Kick It 2 the Next Level (K2XL) will take your cardio and strength to a new level through kickboxing, metabolic conditioning, strength training, and a weekly challenge designed to test your fitness level. Register at the Welcome Desk, where you can also purchase hand wraps and gloves. Session #1: Sept. 10-Oct. 12 (5 weeks) Session #2: Oct.15-Nov. 16 (5 weeks) Session #3: Nov. 26-Dec. 21 (4 weeks) (4 week fee: $116 member, $152 nonmember, $80 student) Session #4: Jan. 7-Feb. 8 (5 weeks) Session #5: Feb. 11-March 15 (5 weeks) Session #6: March 18-April 19 (5 weeks) Session #7: April 22-May 24 (5 weeks) Days: Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday Time: 5:30-630 a.m. Location: The W Fee: $145 member, $190 nonmember, $100 student

Aqua Zumba® Using the resistance of the water, all fitness levels can tone and sculpt their way to the body they want. Aqua Zumba® fuses low-impact, hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-tofollow moves to create a one-of-a kind fitness program in the pool that will blow you away.

Extreme and Specialty Classes 11 TRX Fit

Jump-Start Your Fitness

Improve your ife by training your functional movements and core strength (back, hips, and abdominal muscles) to support everyday living. Using your body weight and changing your center of gravity with our TRX Suspension Trainer, you will develop core strength and endurance while increasing flexibility and mobility at all joints.

Having more energy, being happier, and feeling great about yourself begins with being healthier. A healthier you starts by jump-starting your fitness routine and controlling your diet. Through exercise and conscious dieting, you can achieve optimal health. Join our 10-workout program to get you back into your fitness routine and start the next chapter of your life!

Session #1: Sept. 10-Oct. 12 (5 weeks) Session #2: Oct.15-Nov. 16 (5 weeks) Session #3: Nov. 26-Dec. 21 (4 weeks) (4 week MWF Fee: $87 member, $111 nonmember, $60 student) (4 week T/TH Fee: $58 member, $76 nonmember, $40 student) Session #4: Jan. 7-Feb. 8 (5 weeks) Session #5: Feb. 11-March 15 (5 weeks) Session #6: March 18-April 19 (5 weeks) Session #7: April 22-May 24 (5 weeks) Times: 5:30 a.m.-6:15 a.m. Fee T/TH: $73 member, $95 nonmember, $50 student Fee MWF: $109 member, $143 nonmember, $75 student

Zumba® Experience an absolute blast in one exciting hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life! All fitness levels can tone and sculpt their way to the body they want. Zumba® fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easyto-follow moves to create a one-of-a kind fitness program that will blow you away.

Saturdays: Session #1: Sept. 8-Oct. 6 (5 weeks) Session #2: Oct. 13-Nov. 10 (5 weeks) Session #3: Nov. 17-Dec. 22 (5 weeks) (no class on Nov. 24) Session #4: Jan. 12-Feb. 9 (5 weeks) Session #5: Feb. 16-March 16 (5 weeks) Session #6: March 23-April 20 (5 weeks) Session #7: April 27-May 25 (5 weeks) Time: 8:30-9:30 a.m. Fee: $15 member, $33 nonmember, $13 student

Weekdays: Session #1: Sept. 10-Oct. 10 (5 weeks) Session #2: Oct. 15-Nov. 14 (5 weeks) Session # 3: Nov. 19-Dec. 19 (5 weeks) Session # 4: Jan. 7-Feb. 6 (5 weeks) Session # 5: Feb. 11-March 13 (5 weeks) Session # 6: March 18-April 17 (5 weeks) Session # 7: April 22-May 22 (5 weeks) Days/Times: M  onday-Wednesday, 12:05-12:55 p.m.; Tuesday-Thursday 7:15-8:05 p.m. Fee: $30 member, $65 nonmember, $25 student

Sessions: begin first Monday of each month (starting Sept.) Days: Monday-Thursday, Saturday-Thursday (no class on Friday) Time: Monday-Thursday 7:30-8 p.m. (allow an hour on day 1 for weigh-ins and measurements), Saturday 7:30-8 a.m., Sunday 6-6:30 p.m. Fee: $35 member, $50 nonmember, $25 students

Boot Camp Become stronger physically and mentally to help get through any daily task or workout and your work week. Aerobic and anaerobic exercises and training by our own Special Ops Sergeant will push you to the next cardio level physically and mentally! This class includes plyometrics, some running, stairs, and calisthenics, along with other challenging activities. What do you get? Pre- and post-camp measurements, workouts to get your body moving and burning calories, five-week nutritional program to help you shed extra pounds, training with certified instructor, and lifelong fitness skills to keep you working hard all year long. Session #1: Sept. 10-Oct. 12 (5 weeks) Session #2: Oct.15-Nov. 16 (5 weeks) Session #3: Nov. 26-Dec. 21 (4 weeks) (4 week fee: $87 member, $111 nonmember, $60 student) Session #4: Jan. 7-Feb. 8 (5 weeks) Session #5: Feb. 11-March 15 (5 weeks) Session #6: March 18-April 19 (5 weeks) Session #7: April 22-May 24 (5 weeks) Days: Monday-Wednesday-Friday Time: 5:30-6:30 a.m. Location: The W Fee: $109 member, $143 nonmember, $75 student

Extreme and Specialty Class Schedule Sept. 1-April 30

Saturdays: Session #1: Sept. 8-Oct. 6 (5 weeks) Session #2: Oct. 13-Nov. 17 (5 weeks) (No class Nov. 3) Session #3: Nov. 24-Dec. 22 (5 weeks) Session #4: Jan. 12-Feb. 9 (5 weeks) Session #5: Feb. 16-March 16 (5 weeks) Session #6: March 23-April 20 (5 weeks) Session #7: April 27-May 25 (5 weeks) Time: 8:30-9:30 a.m. Fee: $15 member, $33 nonmember, $13 student

This class includes: pre- and post-class weigh-in, body composition testing and measurements, 10 30-minute metabolic conditioning workouts, nutrition journal to help monitor diet, nutritional guide to help shed pounds, t-shirt.

Monday

Tuesday

5:30-6:30 a.m.

K2XL

K2XL

5:30-6:30 a.m.

Boot Camp

5:30-6:15 a.m.

TRX Fit

Wednesday

Thursday K2XL

Boot Camp TRX Fit

TRX Fit

TRX Fit

8:15-9:05 a.m.

K2XL TRX Fit Aqua Zumba®

8:30-9:30 a.m.

Zumba® Zumba®

Zumba® Jump-Start Extreme Core Zumba®

6:30-7:30 p.m. 7:15-8:05 p.m. 7:30-8 p.m.

Sunday

Jump-Start

6-6:30 p.m.

How to register: At Welcome Desk

Saturday

Boot Camp

7:30-8 a.m.

12:05-12:50 p.m.

Friday

Jump-Start

Jump-Start

Extreme Core Zumba® Jump-Start

Jump-Start


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Community Recreation Program Fall & Winter 2012-13

Youth Sports P.E. 101 (Former Kindergym) Sept-Oct

Pee Wee Indoor Soccer Jan-Feb

PE 101, formally Kindergym, is a revised program that will teach young kids basic motor/movement patterns, introduce sport skills and movements, as well as show kids all the fun then can have doing fitness activities and games!

Run ... kick ... pass that ball. Don’t let the cold weather keep you from having fun. Boys and girls will enjoy playing soccer indoors. Emphasis is on motor-skill development, encouraging team play, sportsmanship, basic soccer rules, and having a safe and fun experience. This program fills up fast! We’ve added a session, so sign up early.

Dates: Saturdays, Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13 Time: 3  years, 9:30-10:20 a.m., Code: KG7 4-5 years, 10:30-11:20 a.m., Code: KG8 Deadline: Wednesday, Sept. 19 Location: The W Enrollment: Minimum 4, Maximum 15 Fee: $22

Pee Wee Basketball Skills Camp Oct-Dec Age: K-3rd grade Date: Saturdays, Oct. 27-Dec. 1 No basketball camp Nov. 24 K-1st: 9:30-10:20 a.m., Code: BB11 2nd-3rd: 10:30-11:20 a.m., Code: BB12 Deadline: Wednesday, Oct. 24 Location: The W Enrollment: Minimum 8, Maximum 20 Fee: $25

Cheerleading 101 Nov This new program is a great way to introduce kids to cheerleading. Taught by Wartburg cheerleaders, this program will give young kids basic instruction in cheerleading skills. Kids will have a ton of fun and learn a lot, so sign up early! Dates: Saturdays, Nov 10, 17 Age/Times: 5  -6 years, 9-10 a.m. Code: BCL1 7-8 years, 10-11 a.m., Code: BCL2 Deadline: Wednesday, Nov. 7 Location: The W Enrollment: Minimum 5, Maximum 15 Fee: $15

Wartburg Softball Camps NOV, DEC, Jan Sponsored by the Wartburg College Softball Team Wartburg softball will sponsor a series of pitching and skills camps throughout November, December, and January for girls in grades K-12. Visit the Sports Camps link at www.wartburgsoftballcamps.com for more information, including dates and registration information, or call 319-352-8663.

Wartburg Volleyball Winter Camps DEC Sponsored by the Wartburg College Volleyball Team Wartburg Volleyball will sponsor winter volleyball camps in the month of December over Christmas break. Please go to www.wartburgvolleyballcamps.com for updated information and registration or call 319-352-8738.

Basic Tumbling Jan-Feb This is a great program for kids who might one day be interested in gymnastics. It teaches basic tumbling movements and games incorporating those movements, as well as use of the balance beam. Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 12-Feb. 9 Age/Times: 3  -5 years, 9-9:50 a.m., Code: BT3 6-8 years,10-10:50 a.m., Code: BT4 Deadline: Wednesday, Jan. 9 Location: The W Enrollment: Minimum 4, Maximum 15 Fee: $25

Age: K-3rd grade Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 12-Feb. 16 Time: 9-9:50 a.m., Code: PWS5 10-10:50 a.m., Code: PWS6 11-11:50 a.m., Code: PWS7 Deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 8 Location: Carey School Enrollment: Minimum 6, Maximum 15 Instructor: Kyle Sprain Fee: $30

Basketball – Grades 3–6 Shooting Camp Jan-Feb Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9 Times: 3rd- and 4th-grade girls, 9-9:50 a.m., Code: BB13 5th- and 6th-grade girls, 10-10:50 a.m., Code: BB14 3rd- and 4th-grade boys, 11-11:50 a.m., Code: BB15 5th- and 6th-grade boys, noon-12:50 p.m., Code: BB16 Deadline: Wednesday, Jan. 9 Location: Old Jr. High near Fareway (Subject to Change) Enrollment: Minimum 8, Maximum 20 Fee: $28

Start Smart Sports Development Program Jan-Feb Is your child ready for sports? Start Smart will help children prepare for organized sports without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. Start Smart is an instructional program in which parents work together with their youngsters to learn the basic motor skills necessary for sports participation. Parent-child groups will rotate through various motor-skill stations like throwing, catching, and kicking. This is a great program to introduce different sports to your child. Age: 3-5 years with parent or adult Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 12-Feb. 16 Time: 3 years, 10-10:50 a.m., Code: SSS3 4-5 years, 11-11:50 a.m., Code: SSS4 Deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 8 Location: Southeast School Enrollment: Minimum 4, Maximum 10 Fee: $25

Golf 101 March This new program is a great way to introduce kids to the sport of golf. Kids will have access to the indoor golf space at The W, learning basic swing and putting skill. Kids can bring their own clubs or use clubs provided by The W. Number of participants is limited, so sign up early! Dates: Saturdays, March 16, 23 Age/Times: 6-8 years, 9-10 a.m. Code: BG1 9-10 years, 10-11 a.m., Code: BG2 Deadline: Wednesday, March 13 Location: The W Enrollment: Minimum 4, Maximum 10 Fee: $15


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Community Recreation Program Fall & Winter 2012-13

Youth Sports Grades 3–6 Volleyball March-April Sponsored by the Wartburg College Volleyball Team This class will introduce volleyball fundamentals and skills. It will focus on individual player development, including passing, serving, hitting, and defense. Participants also will play some 3-on-3, 4-on-4, and 6-on-6 games. Players will be trained by current Wartburg volleyball athletes. Dates: Saturdays, March 16-April 20 No volleyball camp on March 30 Time: 8:30 a.m.-9:20 a.m., Code: VB3 9:30 a.m.-10:20 a.m., Code: VB4 Deadline: Wednesday, March 13 Location: The W (facility may change due to availability) Enrollment: Minimum 6, Maximum 20 Fee: $25

Sports Performance Enhancement Program Oct-NOV, JAN-FEB Looking to improve your athletic ability? Train for improved speed, agility, core strength, flexibility, and plyometrics in our unique sports performance enhancement program and learn how to maximize your sports potential. Open to any athlete at the middle school, high school, or college level. Session 1: Oct. 8-Nov. 14 Session 2: Jan. 14-Feb. 20 Days: Monday, Wednesday Time: 3:45-4:45 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $175; Two athletes from the same family: $275 For more information contact Nilan Lansing; 352-8715 or nilan.lansing@wartburg.edu.

Youth Activities and Events Babysitter Training Class

Hy-Vee Turkey Free Throw Contest

Sponsored by Covenant Medical Center Women’s Center Participants will learn to perform basic child-care skills such as diapering and feeding, how to handle bedtime and discipline issues, plus care for common injuries and emergencies such as choking, burns, cuts, and bee stings. All materials will be provided.

Come to The W and shoot free throws for a chance to win a free Thanksgiving turkey from Hy-Vee. Participants can come anytime from 1 to 3 p.m., shoot 20 free throws, and have a chance at a free turkey. One turkey will be given to the winner in each age division. Get excited for Thanksgiving and basketball season!

Session 1: Saturday, Oct. 13, The W Wet Classroom, Code: BTC3 Session 2: Saturday, March 23, The W East Classroom 2238, Code: BTC4 Time: 9  a.m.-3:30 p.m. (Lunch is available at the Zesty Orange or you can bring your own food and beverages.) Age: 11 and older Location: The W Enrollment: Minimum 7, Maximum 15 Fee: $50

Kolor Kollisions for Kids w/Kathy Klinge Let their imaginations rule! This program is designed for children 3-5. Kolor Kollisions offers art projects to stir your child’s creative juices—drawing, painting, watercolors, and beads. It's a great way for children to share their creativity with a parent, grandparent, or someone else! Kids must be accompanied by a parent or adult. Date: Tuesdays, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m., Code: KK3 Deadline: Thursday, Sept. 27 Date: Tuesdays, Feb. 26, March 5, 12, 19, 26 Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m., Code: KK4 Deadline: Thursday, Feb. 21 Location: The W Wet Classroom Enrollment: Minimum 4, Maximum 12 Fee: $25

Waverly Area Wrestling Club Participate in one of the best youth wrestling programs in the state. Go to www.gohawkwrestling.com for complete information, registration, and fees.

Date: Sunday, Nov. 11 Age Divisions: 9-11 yrs., 12-14 yrs., 15-18 yrs., Code: HVT1 Deadline: Pre-registration appreciated by Nov. 6, walk-ins welcome Location: W Fieldhouse and Center Court Fee: Free How to Register: Online at www.the-w.org or day of the contest at The W

Waverly Karate Club The Waverly Karate Club, a member of the World Tang Soo Do Association, has been offering karate classes in Waverly for over 40 years. Tang Soo Do is a traditional Korean martial art that teaches empty hand and foot techniques, forms, sparring, self-defense, and weapons. Whether you are seeking self-defense skills, better health, physical fitness, self-confidence, stress management, or self-discipline, Tang Soo Do can meet your needs. Classes are available year-round for adults and children, age 7 or older. Reasonable rates with family plans and beginner packages are available. Date: Year-round, Monday/Thursday Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Location: 301 East Bremer Ave. (above Corner Cuts) Contact: Glenn Engel, 352-9145, teachtsd@yahoo.com

Santa’s Arrival Help us welcome Santa to Waverly on Saturday, Nov. 17, at 10 a.m. in Keller's side parking lot. All the good little boys and girls who visit Santa will receive a free day pass to The W along with the opportunity to participate in a coloring contest hosted by the Waverly Chamber. There's sure to be all sorts of fun, so stop by and get in the holiday spirit! Date: Saturday, Nov. 17 Time: 10 a.m. Location: Keller's side parking lot, downtown Waverly Visit www.the-w.org or www.waverlychamber.com for more information.


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Youth Activities and Events After-School Art (Ages 9–13) Do your children love using their imagination? Do they enjoy being creative? After School Art, taught by Kathy Klinge, will give kids the opportunity to explore the wonderful world of art. Children will get the chance to experience different kinds of art—drawing, painting, ceramics, and more. Session 1: Sept. 12-Oct. 17, Code: ASA6 Session 3: Jan. 9-Feb. 13, Code: ASA8 Session 2: O  ct. 24-Dec. 5, Code: ASA7 Session 4: Feb. 20-March 27, Code: ASA9 (no class on Nov. 21) Session 5: April 3-May 8, Code: ASA10 Days/ Time: Wednesdays, 2:30-3:30 p.m. Location: The W Enrollment: Minimum 4, Maximum 12 Fee: $25 per session How to Register: Online at www.the-w.org or registration form at the back of this brochure.

Jr. Fit Club (Ages 8–11) Want to teach your child how to be active and have fun doing it? Let our instructors spend Wednesday afternoons taking your child through fun and motivating workouts. Workouts will be designed with age-appropriate activities and will teach your child that being active is what it is all about. Session 1: Sept. 12-Oct. 17, Code: JFC6 Session 3: Jan. 9-Feb. 13, Code: JFC8 Session 2: O  ct. 24-Dec.5, Code: JFC7 Session 4: Feb. 20-March 27, Code: JFC9 (no class on Nov. 21) Session 5: April 3-May 8, Code: JFC10 Days: W  ednesdays Time: 2  :15-3:15 p.m. Location: The W Enrollment: 20 Fee: $40 How to Register: Online at www.the-w.org or registration form at the back of this brochure.

Zumbatomic® (Ages 8–11) Zumbatomic classes are high-energy fitness parties that offer real results. Packed with specially choreographed routines and the latest music—hip-hop, reggaeton, and cumbia—Zumbatomic classes increase focus and self-confidence, boost metabolism, and improve coordination. More than just a great reason to head to the gym, Zumbatomic makes getting fit a fun experience. Session 1: Sept. 12-Oct. 17, Code: kZum1 Session 3: Jan. 9-Feb. 13, Code: kZum3 Session 2: O  ct. 24-Dec. 5, Code: kZum2 Session 4: Feb. 20-March 27, Code: kZum4 (no class on Nov. 21) Session 5: April 3-May 8, Code: kZum5 Days/ Time: Wednesdays, 2:30-3:15 p.m. Location: The W Enrollment: 25 Fee: $40 per session How to Register: Online at www.the-w.org or the registration form at the back of this brochure. Contact Nilan Lansing for more information at nilan.lansing@wartburg.edu or 352-8715.

Early Out and No School Days in Waverly! The W will offer supervised activities for WSR students on no school and early dismissal days during the fall and winter months (2 to 3 p.m.) These dates include: Nov. 9, 15 and Feb. 4, 11, 15. We will open the pool early (3 p.m.) and hold activities in the fieldhouse for official school weather cancellations from Oct. 29-Dec. 14 and Jan. 7-March 29. *Pool will open at 3 p.m. on early out/no school days Oct. 29-Dec. 14 and Jan. 7-March 29. Location: The W Fee: $5 for nonmembers *Ages 12 and older

Kids Knight Out Sponsored by the Wartburg Softball Team Kids Knight Out 2012-13 will feature a new format with themed evenings and an educational component. Student-athletes and coaches will lead activities designed to enhance your child’s learning. Activities will include arts and craft projects, organized games in the gym, story time, snack time, and much more. Children will be divided into groups by age for certain activities. Age: Pre-kindergarten-7th grade (ages 4-12) Dates: Saturdays, Nov. 10 “Giving Thanks”; Dec. 8 “Holiday Cheer”; Jan. 12 “Winter Wonderland" Time: 6:30-10 p.m., registration begins at 6:30 Location: The W Fee: $20 per child, $30 for two siblings, $40 for three or more siblings/per evening Register: Pre-register 5 days in advance of scheduled event and receive a $5 discount. Registration form can be found on the sports camp link at www.go-knights.net homepage and must be received by the following dates to qualify for the discount: Monday, Nov. 5, Monday, Dec. 3, and Monday, Jan. 7. Walk-in registration is welcome the day of event with no discount available.


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Community Health and Wellness Events The Senior Health Insurance Information Program at Waverly Health Center For the past six years, Waverly Health Center has partnered with the State of Iowa to sponsor the Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) for Bremer County. The SHIIP program has trained area volunteers who provide free counseling and information. WHC SHIIP counselors are available to see anyone needing help with:  Medicare eligibility and enrollment  Medicare Part A and Part B benefit coverage and limitations  Medicare supplement insurance plans  Medicare Advantage plans  Long-term care insurance plans  Medicaid covered services and eligibility  Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage The 2012 dates for the Medicare Prescription Drug (Part D) coverage “Open Enrollment Period” are Oct. 15 to Dec. 7. This is the time that you can change Part D plans, enroll in a Part D plan, or drop coverage for 2013. Choices made during the open enrollment will go into effect Jan. 1, 2013. Waverly Health Center (WHC) will host an “Are you Ready for Medicare Part D 2013?” presentation on Thursday, Sept. 20. The event will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Tendrils Rooftop Garden at WHC. SHIIP does not sell, endorse, or promote any insurance products. To make an appointment with a SHIIP counselor or for more information, please call WHC’s SHIIP phone line at 319-483-1300.

Special Health and Wellness Programs Survivor Care According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 1.3 million Americans will be diagnosed this year with cancer, the nation’s second-leading killer. The Survivor Care program will provide exercise for cancer patients, using minimal strength conditioning combined with flexibility training and low-impact aerobic exercise. Depending on chemotherapy or radiation schedules, each patient’s workout may include daily walks, use of rubber tubing for resistance training, fitness balls, or dumbbells.

Heart Happy The No. 1 killer in the United States is cardiovascular disease, according to the American Heart Association. More than 60 million Americans are recovering from a stroke or heart failure or suffer from high blood pressure, heart defects, hardening of the arteries, or other circulatory diseases. Depending on a cardiac patient’s specific situation, Heart Happy can assist with the bridge from the clinical setting to mainstream workouts. Research shows that strength workouts help patients increase stamina for daily routines and reduce day-to-day demands on the heart.

Wheel of Life Spending long hours in a wheelchair can be uncomfortable and lead to uneasiness. Keeping the body moving as much as possible in a wheelchair should be a regular part of a daily fitness program. Regular wheelchair exercise will help increase strength and flexibility, improve mobility, strengthen the heart and lungs, and help control weight. For details, contact Dawn Wiegmann, RN, at 319-352-8437 or dawn.wiegmann@wartburg.edu. These programs run on an "as needed" basis.

Speakers Series at Waverly Health Center Come listen to these great speakers Tuesday nights this fall at the Waverly Health Center's Tendrils Rooftop Garden. Time: 7-8 p.m. Location: Tendrils Rooftop Garden Fee: Free and open to the public Information: 319-483-1360

Tuesday, Aug. 21

Tuesday, Oct. 16

"A Purposeful and Meaningful Life" Jon Hennings, ARNP Understanding how the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our life affect our overall health.

Physical Therapy’s Role in the Treatment of Women’s Health Issues Learn how physical therapy can help improve various health problems most common with women.

Tuesday, Sept. 18 The Bully, The “Bullied,” and The Bystander Jennifer Schneiderman, LISW, GC-C at WHC and Ali Happel, prevention education coordinator at Cedar Valley Friends of the Family This program will cover the roles involved in bullying: bullies who terrorize; bullied kids who are afraid to tell; bystanders who watch, participate, or look away; and adults who dismiss the incidents as a normal part of childhood.

Tuesday, Nov. 20 What’s new in the world of ear, nose and throat (ENT)? Dr. Felix Gonzales, visiting specialist *No speakers series in December Call about Waverly Health Center’s diabetes self-management program, diabetes support group, and prediabetes workshops, 319-352-4952


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Adult Leagues and Activities Karate Year Round Karate classes provide exploration and experience in the martial arts. The martial arts offer a blend of benefits, including physical fitness, self-control, discipline, selfconfidence, and self-defense. Classes are available for adults and children, age 6 or older. Dates: Year-round, Code: KAR1 Kids’ classes: Monday/Thursday, 7-8 p.m. Adult classes: Monday/Thursday, 8-9 p.m. Location: Walker Wrestling Room, The W Enrollment: Minimum 6, Maximum 30 Fee: $30/month Contact: Frank Martinez, 319-352-9038, martinez@newoldwaykarate.com

Ballroom Dance Sept-APRIL Learn ballroom dances, including waltz, foxtrot, swing, rumba, cha cha, etc., in this fun class. Steve and Hilda Ostby will teach a new style of dance each session. Sign up with a friend or spouse or recruit a family member and register today! Call to determine current class session content. Days: Sunday Time: B  eginner/Intermediate - 6:40-7:40 p.m. Intermediate - 7:50-8:50 p.m. Session #1: Sept. 16-Oct. 7 Session #4: Feb. 10-March 3 Session #2: Oct. 21-Nov. 11 Session #5: March 17-April 14 Session #3: Jan. 6-Jan. 27 Location: The W Fee: $30/person member, $45/person nonmember

Men’s Singles Tennis League Sept-Oct League will be played outside on the Wartburg Tennis courts as weather allows and moved indoors as needed. T-shirts will be given to the league champions. Dates: Thursdays, Sept. 13-Oct. 18, Code: MSTL1 Time: 6-8:30 p.m. Location: Wartburg Tennis Courts or indoors at The W Fee: $25 Registration Deadline: Monday, Sept. 10

Men’s Fall Softball League Sept-Oct Didn’t get enough slowpitch softball this summer? League will start in early September on Wednesdays. Contact Travis Nuss, 352-3103, or go to www.waverlysoftball.com for information.

4-on-4 Volleyball Fall League Sept-Oct This 4-on-4 Co-Ed league will begin Tuesday, Sept. 4, following the Wartburg College Volleyball match against Grinnell and will be played in air-conditioned Levick Arena! T-shirts will be given to league champions. Dates: Tuesdays, Sept. 4-Oct. 9 Location: The W, Levick Arena Time: 8-10 p.m., Code: VFL2 Fee: $  50 Registration Deadline: Friday, Aug. 31

Men’s Basketball League Oct-Jan This league filled to the max last year so sign up early. Regular season will be followed by a seeded tournament. T-shirts will be given to the league champions. Dates: Wednesdays (10 weeks), Oct. 31-Jan. 23 No games Nov. 21, Dec. 19, or Dec. 26. Time: 7:30-10:30 p.m. Code: MBL2 Registration Deadline: Friday, Oct. 26 Location: Old Jr. High School located by Fareway *site subject to change Fee: $115

Self-Defense for Girls and Women Oct This course was developed for women and will be taught in four one-hour sessions. Learn simple, effective skills that may help prevent and survive an assault. Participants will learn awareness, assertiveness, safety strategies and how to use simple, effective techniques to vulnerable areas of the body. The class will be taught by Frank Martinez, a Shinkyudo Karate Association, Inc., certified black-belt karate instructor, and assistant instructor Megan Yasuda. Wear comfortable clothes, socks— no shoes on mats. Minimum Age: 16 Dates: Mondays/Wednesdays, Oct. 15, 17, 22, 24 Time: 7-8 p.m., Code: SDG2 Location: Walker Wrestling Room, The W Enrollment: Minimum 4, Maximum 20 Fee: $26

Adult Volleyball Leagues NOV-FEB Co-Rec A (competitive-avg. to high skill level): *Mondays, Code: AVL3 Co-Rec B (competitive-avg. to good skill level): *Fridays, Code: AVL4 *Some Sunday play may be necessary, depending on availability of facilities. *T-shirts will be given to league champions. Leagues Begin: Week of Nov. 12-Feb. 15 No games Nov. 23, Dec. 24, Dec. 28, or Dec 31. Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 6 Location: Old Jr. High School located by Fareway (subject to change) Fee: $85

Adult Men’s Racquetball Leagues Jan-Feb T-shirts will be given to the league champions. Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 5-Feb. 9, Code: ARL1 Time: D  oubles: 8-10 a.m. Singles: 10 a.m.-noon Registration Deadline: Thursday, Jan. 3 Location: The W Fee: $30

4-on-4 Volleyball Winter League FEB-MARCH Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 20, we will have matches at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Depending on number of teams, we also will play at 9 p.m. Dates: Wednesdays, Feb. 20-March 20 Time: 7-10 p.m., Code: VWL2 Registration Deadline: Monday, Feb. 18 Location: Levick Arena at The W and/or Old Jr. High School located by Fareway (subject to change)

Fee: $40

Adult Spring Dodgeball League April-May League will be played in the Fieldhouse or Center Court. T-shirts will be given to the league champions. Call 319-352-8738 for more details. Dates: Wednesdays, April 3-May 1, Code: ASDL1 (5 weeks depending on teams) Registration Deadline: Monday, April 1 Location: The W *site subject to change Time: 7-9 p.m. Fee: $40

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Read what others are saying about The W! Rec Soccer Programs “My daughter had a blast and learned so much! Kyle is a great instructor.” “The teachers did a great job giving the kids individual feedback.” “My son can’t wait to play more soccer…thanks!”

W Kids Art Classes w/Kathy Klinge “Kathy is an outstanding teacher…it's fun to see my daughter explore her creative side.” “I was amazed at all the different things my son would come home with every day.” “Thanks for helping my daughter fall in love with art! Can’t wait for the next class!”

W Basketball Programs “My son had so much fun learning the game…great job!” “The teachers did a great job teaching the skills.”

Basic Tumbling “The teachers were awesome…my daughter couldn’t wait to go to the class.” “Thanks for helping my son gain more confidence.”

Start Smart “It was fun to see my son learn so many sports.” “I really enjoyed doing the program with my daughter…thanks for the opportunity!”

Swimming Lessons “Really liked how our teachers bonded with the students and kept them active and involved. They made me feel safe leaving my child with them.” “Instructor was patient, which is good, because my child doesn't always like to listen. Overall very good experience!”

TRX “A year ago, with encouragement from my daughter-in-law and the staff at Wartburg, I started the TRX class at the W. It was hard work, but the staff, fellow classmates, and instructors were very good at explaining and teaching the techniques of TRX. They all helped me to want to come back each day. They would not let me quit, even when I tried to tell them I was old. I was the oldest person in the class! As I continued to participate in class, I started seeing results in weight loss and was starting to feel stronger. I have continued to be in classes at The W for over a year and exercise has become a part of my daily activity. I truly believe there is a class for everyone, regardless of age or ability. “ — Barb Tatroe

Trainers & Staff “From pills to shakes to diet meals and programs, we’ve tried nearly everything. We have lost and gained weight throughout the years until we realized tricks and gimmicks weren’t going to help keep the weight off. By this time it wasn’t just about looking better, it was about feeling better. We needed a lifestyle change and that’s where The W comes in. Our experience at The W so far has been amazing! The entire staff has been excellent at supporting us and being very helpful. Our direct trainers were unbelievably supportive and never stopped encouraging us. Beyond our personal trainers, other trainers and even other W members have rallied behind us and inspired us to do better and work harder. Every person on the staff, whether trainer or not, has been friendly and helpful.” — Kelli and Charles Drape

Testimonials

Member Profile — Darrin Siefken In six months of fitness classes at The W, I have lost 45 pounds, dropped 4 inches off my waist, and have a ton of energy. The daily backache and headaches are gone, and I feel awesome. Stress levels have been reduced dramatically as well. I was not impressed with myself on the first day of Boot Camp—I was actually embarrassed that I couldn’t even do all of the activities/tests. With each new day of working out, I gained more endurance, started shedding the weight, and enjoyed working out at The W. The fitness instructors have been very accommodating and motivating through the process. Working out has become a part of what I enjoy doing, and I plan to keep it up. I don’t want to go back to the shape I was in before. I also changed my diet and eating habits. I started to eat more chicken, more fish, more veggies, more fruit, and less red meat. I ate smaller portions and made dramatic changes to my snacking by having a 100-calorie snack mid-morning, mid-afternoon, and later in the evening. I got rid of most of the processed food and sweets in my diet as well as the daily large bowl of ice cream. There are times when I still eat poorly, but it is done in moderation. I thought changing diet would be the hardest part of losing weight, and at times it has been difficult to stay on track, but overall it has been easier as time goes on. It becomes a habit and a part of your normal routine. The W provides a sample menu and diet to help get you started. You need a support base to work out and eat healthier. When I started the classes, I had a buddy who worked out with me, and we were able to help push each other and keep each other on track to lose weight and show up to class. My wife supported me and made sure that our house was stocked with appropriate food choices, so there was little or no temptation. I have always known that you need to exercise and eat healthier. When I got serious about making changes to my life and sticking to it, I finally got what people have been saying for a long time. I used to think that I didn’t have the time to work out. You have to make the time, and I now feel like I have more energy to be more productive. I hope my story will encourage others to do the same thing and get active and healthy at The W. Darrin Siefken, owner CrawDaddy Outdoors

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Lunch 'n' Learns/SilverSneakers Lunch 'n' Learns The W will offer monthly Lunch ’n’ Learn sessions on Wednesdays during the months of October, November, January, February, March, and April. Bring your own lunch to the Wet Classroom and enjoy programs covering a variety of wellness topics. Wednesday, Oct. 17 — R  yan Frerichs of Meyer Pharmacy will explain adult vaccinations and what is recommended to stay healthy. Wednesday, Nov. 21 — A speaker from Waverly Health Center will discuss colon health. Watch The W website for future topics: www.the-w.org.

Pick up a delicious smoothie from The Zesty Orange!

NEW at The W

SilverSneakers Fitness for older adults now available at The W The W is now an authorized location for Healthways SilverSneakers®, a health, exercise, and wellness program for older adults. SilverSneakers is a benefit offered to members of many Medicare plans across the United States. If you are part of a Medicare health plan or if you are a group retiree, you may already qualify for SilverSneakers, which provides you with a basic membership at The W. Local residents with Humana Medicare Advantage and UnitedHealthcare AARP MedicareComplete are eligible for the SilverSneakers benefit. To find out if your health plan qualifies, you can: • Visit www.silversneakers.com. • Call 1-888-423-4632 to speak with a customer service representative. The line is open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. • Check with your Medicare insurance provider to see if the company offers this benefit or may offer it in the future. • Call Jill Eckenrod, office coordinator at The W, 319-352-8716.


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Registration

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Community Recreation Registration Form Mail or drop off at The W 100 Wartburg Blvd., P.O. Box 1003, Waverly, IA 50677-0903 Participant (over 18) Last name __________________________________ First name ____________________________________________________ Parent/guardian (under 18) Last name _____________________________ First name ____________________________________________________ Parent/guardian (under 18) Last name _____________________________ First name ____________________________________________________ Address _____________________________________________________ City ________________________________ Zip code _________________ Home phone _________________________________________________ Cell phone ___________________________________________________ Work phone __________________________________________________ Email address _________________________________________________ Emergency contact name _______________________________________ Relationship _________________________ Phone ___________________ Private Swim Lessons—Estimated swimmer level ____________________ Guard name requested _________________________________________ Private Lessons—Days and times preferred ______________________________________________________________________________________ Youth M (10-12): _____

Youth L (14-16): _____

Adult: S _____ M _____ L _____

Medical Information—Please list child’s name and special information (allergies, injuries, etc.) ____________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What accommodations can we make to help your child be successful in our program? __________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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The W has permission to use photographs of me and/or The W members in my family for advertising and publicity purposes.

Participant Information Last Name

Program Information First Name

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Complete if paying by credit card

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o MasterCard o Visa Signature as stated on credit card

Please keep a copy for your records. The W will not call to confirm your classes.

Permission for Medical Treatment Upon registering for any Community Recreation program or activity, it is assumed that in the case of a parent’s or guardian’s absence or unavailability, The W staff is authorized to arrange for whatever medical treatment is considered necessary for the minor child enrolled in the activity. If a parent/guardian does not wish to authorize The W staff to arrange for medical treatment, a revocation of permission form must be filed with The W.

Release of Liability By my signature, I signify that I have read, understand and agree to the following for myself or my children who participate in activities at The W. In consideration of the Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center at Wartburg College granting the participant permission to participate in activities/programs, I hereby assume all risks of personal injury (including death) and property damage that may result from any activity/program. I do hereby release and agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Wartburg College, the Board of Regents, the Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center, their employees, officials and agents, and all participants in the program/activity from and against all liability, including claims and suits at law or in equity, for damages or injuries, fatal or otherwise, which may result from any negligence or the participant taking part in activities/programs offered by the Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center at any location that these activities may take place. Parent/Guardian ___________________________________________________ Date _____________________________________________________________

Online registrations will receive an email confirmation.

If you would like to receive emails regarding information about future programs, please add your email address here:

Register online @ www.The-W.org

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Aerobics studio. Aquatics classes. Basketball. Climbing wall. Cardio equipment. Golf hitting area. Hot tub. Massage therapy. Party facilities. Personal trainers. Racquetball. Soccer. Spin room. Sauna. Steam room. Swimming pool. Tennis. Volleyball. Vortex pool. Water slide. Weight training. Zesty Orange restaurant.

It's the place to be in Waverly! Call 352-8311 or visit www.The-W.org Learn about the advantages of membership.

Day passes also available: $10 adults (18 or older), $5 Children (0-17)

Everything is under one roof at The W Enjoy the benefits of The W membership

Membership prices:

Membership in The W provides individuals and families with a wealth of recreational and fitness options. The W combines all the amenities of a health club with facilities for indoor sports, indoor swimming, water fun, and climbing. Members have:  Access to gated member parking lot  Up to 75 minutes of free child care for kids ages 6 months to 7 years while parents use The W  Special rates on group fitness classes and personal training  Free admission to all Wartburg home athletic events

Individual - $50/month ($50 activation fee) Individual + 1 - $70/month ($70 activation fee) Individual + 2 or more - $80/month ($80 activation fee) Senior (65 and older) - $37.50/month (no activation fee) Senior + 1 - $55/month (no activation fee)

Enjoy The W as a nonmember

 Community Recreation, Group Fitness Classes, and Extreme and Specialty Classes are open to the public  The W is open free of charge for Community Appreciation Days. Watch for information.


2012-13 Fall Recreation Brochure - The W