Issuu on Google+

The W Community Recreation

2011-12

Fall and Winter Brochure

www.The-W.org


2

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12 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 and Winter brochure. The W 100 Wartburg Blvd. P.O. Box 1003 Waverly, IA 50777-0903

The W Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center

A printable registration form is available at www.The-W.org. It’s that time of year again when summer is winding down and the winter months are closer than we’d like to admit. We hope you’ve had a great few months of activity, relaxation, enjoyment of the outdoors, and of course, taking advantage of all the opportunities offered for people of all ages here at The W. I know I’ve enjoyed walking around the facility and seeing kids learning tennis, baseball, basketball, and tumbling … adults participating in one of the great classes that our fitness instructors offer … as well as people of all ages enjoying the pool and the great things Heather has going there. There really is a place for everyone at The W. Once again, 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. I want to encourage you to make this the year you help a friend become more active. I know there have been many times in my life where having a friend help me … encourage me … or even drag me to work out has been the best thing for me. Plus, we all know it's more fun to exercise with someone! Tell someone this year about all the great opportunities as well as the first class facilities that are available to them at The W. I know how much my wife enjoys being able to have our four small children in The W’s child care while she gets a workout in. There really is a place for everyone … of all ages … at The W. 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 the age, to find fun, enjoyable ways to get moving and take care of our bodies. Make sure to visit www.the-w.org and check out all the fall and winter offerings we have that best fit the interests of you and your family. You can register online for programs as well. I’ll look forward to seeing you around the facility. Sincerely, Doug Frazell Assistant Director for Community Recreation 319-352-8738

Summer Recreation Highlight - Boys Tee Ball

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 Jim Langel Executive Director

Heather Zajicek Assistant Director for Aquatics

Justin Jackson Associate Director

Steve Walker Assistant Athletic Director

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

Doug Frazell Assistant Director for Community Recreation

Nikki Hudnutt Assistant Director for Fitness

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: see www.The-W.org

The W is closed for the following holidays: Thanksgiving—Thursday, Nov. 24 Christmas Day—Sunday, Dec. 25 New Year's Day—Sunday, Jan. 1 Easter—Sunday, April 8

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 North/West 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.


Registration

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

3

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. If a class was filled before your registration was processed, you may be placed on a waiting list. 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 numbers are included. Online registration also will be available at www.The-W.org. Please keep a copy of your registration. The W will not call to confirm your registration. 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.

Program Number/Letter System for Public Swim Lessons Only

Enclose Payment

All public swim lessons have a program number for each class offered. The number system helps simplify the registration procedure for you and our office. Please indicate the program numbers when registering for programs.

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 e-mail confirmation.

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 being issued to the person who paid for the enrollment.

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.

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.

Summer Recreation Highlight - Tennis

Everyone Belongs! If you or a family member have 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.

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.


4

Learn-to-Swim Program

Learn-to-Swim Program 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 ages 6 months1 ½ 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; exploring submergence to the mouth, nose, eyes, and completely under water; exploring buoyancy on the front and back positions; changing body position in the water; wearing a life jacket. Swim diapers are required for this course. Parent/Toddler—This class is designed to help children 1 ½-3 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; wearing a life jacket. Preschool Level 1—This class orients children 3 years old 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-year-olds. Preschool Level 2—This class helps children 4 years old 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, treading water using arm and leg actions, and using life jackets. Recommended ages: 4- and 5-year-olds. Preschool Level 3—This class helps children 5 years old start gaining basic swimming propulsive skills to be comfortable in and around water. Skills learned in this class are entering water by jumping in, full submergence 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, treading water using arm and leg actions and using life jackets. Recommended ages: 4- and 5-year-olds. 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 years. 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 head-first entries from the side in sitting and kneeling positions, bobbing while moving toward safety, rotary breathing, survival float, back float, changing 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 head-first 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.

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Private lessons

Private Lessons—Private lessons may be taken at any skill level. These lessons are taught at a oneparticipant to one-instructor ratio. Fall private lesson session: Sept. 21-Nov. 16 Requests submitted before session start date will receive a call the week of Sept. 12. Winter private lesson session: Jan. 25-March 28 Requests submitted before session start date will receive a call the week of Jan. 16.

• L essons will not start before the start date of each session.

• L esson requests submitted after ending date

will be honored during the next private lesson session.

Private lesson options and prices: 2 lessons: $40 4 lessons: $50 5 lessons: $55 6 lessons: $65 8 lessons: $80 How to register: online at www.the-w.org. An instructor will call you to line up a lesson time. Please submit a current phone number and allow 5-10 days business days to schedule lessons.

The W Swim Club Class size: Minimum enrollment for public swimming lessons 4 participants Maximum enrollment: Parent/child, parent/ toddler: 8 swimmers per instructor, Preschool levels 1-3, Level 1, 2 and 3: 6 swimmers per instructor, Level 4 and 5: 10 swimmers per instructor Certification Card: Public swim lesson participants will receive a certification card when class requirements are met. Swimmers may miss only one class in order to meet the requirements for the certification.

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. 3-Dec. 14 Session 1 Practice Schedule: TBA, details on practice information will be posted at www.the-w.org by mid September Session 2: Jan. 16-March 28 Session 2 Practice Schedule: TBA, details on practice information will be posted at www.the-w.org by mid December Maximum enrollment per session/age group: 12 How to register: Attend the registration/informational meeting date for the session your child(ren) wish to participate in. Session 1: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 4:30-6 p.m. Session 2: Tuesday, Jan. 10, 4:30-6 p.m. Location: The W Wet Classroom *Practices will not be held if W-SR cancels school or dismisses early due to inclimate weather.

•

Master’s Swim Club

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

Swim Lesson expectations

• P articipants are allowed to miss only one class.

Participants who miss more than one class cannot pass the designated level. Children should use designated changing areas (either member lockers or the community family changing rooms). Children should arrive dressed in a swimsuit or swim trunks ready to swim. Children should go to the restroom before class. Going during class shortens learning time. Children 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 available by calling the Welcome Desk, 352-8311. Make-up classes due to weather-related postponements will be made up during the designated day (see lesson schedule for more information).

•

• • •

• •

All competitive, fitness, and triathlon swimmers age 18 and older are welcome. It is expected that participants are proficient swimmers. Coached workouts will focus on technique, pace, and endurance. Session 1 - Code: MS300 Oct. 5-Nov. 21, Nov. 28-Dec. 28 Presession meeting: Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m., The W Wet Classroom Session 2 - Code: MS400 Jan. 11-March 28 Presession meeting: Jan. 11, 7:30 p.m., The W Wet Classroom Date: Monday, Wednesday Time: 8-9 p.m. Location: The W indoor pool Fee: $75 member/$90 nonmember per 12-week session Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W


5

Swim Lessons and Aquatics Programs

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Youth Stroke Enhancement Clinics

2011 Weekday Fall Public Swim Lesson Schedule

Swimmers ages 5-18 will work on defining their strokes for the upcoming swim season. The four basic strokes­—freestyle, back crawl, breast stroke, and butterfly—will be broken down and taught at a pace easy to pick up and learn. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the pool on their own using the freestyle stroke. Swimmers may attend any or all of the stroke clinics (please indicate on registration form). Date: Saturday, Dec. 10 Times: 9-9:30 Butterfly, Code: YS5 9:30-10 Backstroke, Code: YS6 10-10:30 Breast stroke, Code: YS7 10:30-11 Freestyle, Code: YS8 Deadline: Friday, Dec. 2

Dates: Oct. 20-Nov. 17 (no class on Oct. 27) Makeup day (due to weather): Tuesday, Nov. 22 Deadline: Tuesday, Oct. 13 Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form.

5:30-6 p.m. Parent/Child Parent/Toddler Preschool 1 Preschool 2 Preschool 3 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5

Date: Saturday, Jan. 28 Times: 9-9:30 Butterfly, Code: YS9 9:30-10 Backstroke, Code: YS10 10-10:30 Breast stroke, Code: YS11 10:30-11 Freestyle, Code: YS12 Deadline: Friday, Jan. 20

7-7:30 p.m.

810 P115 P215 P315 117 217 317 412 511

Dates: Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, March 10, 17, 24, 31 Day: Saturdays Makeup day (due to weather): Saturday, April 14 Fee: $30 Deadline: Friday, Jan. 27 Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form.

8:30-9 a.m.

Adult Stroke Enhancement Clinics Swimmers ages 18 and up will work on defining their freestyle stroke for an upcoming triathlon, meet, or lap swim. The freestyle will be broken down and taught at a pace easy to pick up and learn. Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the pool on their own using the freestyle stroke. Date: Saturday, Dec. 10 Times: 8-9 Freestyle, Code: AS2 Deadline: Friday, Dec. 2 Date: Saturday, Jan. 28 Times: 8-9 Freestyle, Code: AS3 Deadline: Friday, Jan. 20

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

9:15-9:45 a.m. 10-10:30 a.m. 711

10:45-11:15 a.m.

811 P116

P117

P216 P316 118 218

P217 P317

119 219 319

318

413 512

2012 Weekday Winter Public Swim Lesson Schedule Dates: Jan. 24-Feb. 16 Makeup day (due to weather): Tuesday, Feb. 21 Deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 17

Location: The W indoor pool Fee: $5 per Saturday/per person Enrollment: 15 Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W

2011 Saturday Fall Public Swim Lesson Schedule Dates: Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 8, 22, Nov. 5, 12, 19, Dec. 3 Day: Saturdays Makeup day (due to weather): Saturday, Dec. 10 Fee: $30 Deadline: Friday, Sept. 16 Please indicate Key/Number Code on registration form.

9:30-10 a.m.

Day: Tuesday/Thursdays Fee: $30

Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form.

5:30-6 p.m.

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

6:15-6:45 p.m. 710

2012 Saturday Winter Public Swim Lesson Schedule

Location: The W indoor pool Fee: $5 per Saturday/person/session Enrollment: 15 Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W

8:45-9:15 a.m.

Day: Tuesday/Thursdays Fee: $30

10:15-10:45 a.m. 714

814

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

6:15-6:45 p.m. 712

7-7:30 p.m.

812 P118 P218 P318 120 220 320 414 513

2012 Weekday Spring Public Swim Lesson Schedule

P120 P220 P320 122

Dates: March 6-29 Makeup day (due to weather): Tuesday, April 3 Deadline: Tuesday, Feb. 28

Day: Tuesday/Thursdays Fee: $30

Please indicate Letter/Number Code on registration form.

222 322 416 515

How to register: online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off the registration form at The W. Registration form located at the back of the brochure.

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

5:30-6 p.m. 713

6:15-6:45 p.m.

7-7:30 p.m.

813 P119 P219 P319 121 221 321 415 514


6

Certification Classes

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Lifeguard Training

Lifeguard Instructor (LGI)

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 certification is valid for three years, and CPR/AED certification is valid for two years. Participants must attend all class sessions in order to obtain certifications.

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. Participants must be at least 17 years of age before the end of the course.

Class Dates/Times Code: LG1202 Dates/Times: Thursday, Dec. 15, 6-10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Dec. 9 Location: The W indoor pool. Class schedules will be handed out on the first day. Fee: $155 Enrollment: 12

Lifeguard Training Recertification This certification is for individuals who have an existing lifeguarding certification and wish to renew. It reviews all lifeguard training components, including in- and out- ofwater exercises. Participants must have current Lifeguarding, First Aid, and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certifications at the beginning of class. Certification is valid for three years. Class Dates/Times Code: LTR1202 Date/Time: Saturday, Dec. 3, 1-3 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Nov. 25 Code: LTR102 Date/Time: Sunday, Jan. 8, 7-9 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Dec. 30 Location: The W indoor pool Fee: $75 Enrollment: 12

Class Dates/Times Code: LGI1201 Date/Time: Thursday, Dec. 15, 6-10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Dec. 9 Location: The W indoor pool. Class schedules will be handed out on the first day. Fee: $190 Enrollment: 4

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 Date/Time: Sunday, Sept. 18, 1-6 p.m. Deadline: Monday, Sept. 12 Code: CPR/FA1202 Date/Time: Sunday, Dec. 4, 5-10 p.m. Deadline: Monday, Nov. 28 Location: The W Wet Classroom Fee: $70 Enrollment: 10

First Aid CPR/AED for Lifeguards Recertification This class is for those who have current CPR/AED for lifeguard certification and wish to renew their certification. Certification is valid for two years. Class Dates/Times Code: CPR/LG1202 Date/Time: Saturday, Dec. 10, 10 a.m.-noon Deadline: Friday, Dec. 2 Code: CPR/LG102 Date/Time: Sunday, Jan. 15, 3-5 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Jan. 6 Location: The W Wet Classroom Fee: $50 Enrollment: 12

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. Participants must be at least 16 years of age before the end of the course. Class Dates/Times Code: WSI1102 Date/Time: Friday, Nov. 25, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Nov. 18 Location: The W indoor pool Fee: $180

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 advances medical personnel arrive. Certification is valid for two years. Class Dates/Times Code: FA102 Date/Time: Saturday, Jan. 14, 1-3 p.m. Deadline: Friday, Jan. 6 Location: The W Wet Classroom Fee: $45 Enrollment: 10

Community CPR Recertification This class is for those who have current American Red Cross Community Adult and Child CPR/ AED and Infant CPR who wish to renew their certification. Certification is valid for two years. Class Dates/Times Code: CPRR503 Code: CPRR505 Date/Time: Monday, Sept. 12, 7-9 p.m. Date/Time: Thursday, Dec. 8, 7-9 p.m. Deadline: Monday, Sept. 5 Deadline: Thursday, Dec. 1 Code: CPRR504 Code: CPRR506 Date/Time: Sunday, Sept. 18, 8-10 p.m. Date/Time: Saturday, Jan. 14, 10 a.m.-noon Deadline: Monday, Sept. 12 Deadline: Friday, Jan. 6 Location: The W Wet Classroom Fee: $45 Enrollment: 10


Fitness Classes

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

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 Pass Prices Session dates: Sept.-Dec., Jan.-April, May-Aug. The W member $20 for 4 months or $7/month 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

• •

•W  HC Therapy Pool member

$20 for 4 months or $7/month

•W  HC Therapy Pool nonmember

$100 for 4 months or $27/month How to register: Call Jill at 352-8716 or Nikki at 352-8715

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! 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!

Personal Training Packages Member Package

(Prices for specialty training also.)

1 session $30 4 sessions $112 8 sessions $200 12 sessions $276 20 sessions $400 Nonmember Package (Prices for specialty training also.)

1 session 4 sessions 8 sessions 12 sessions 20 sessions Member Group (2 or

$40 $150 $280 $400 $600 more) Package

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

1 session $25 4 sessions $92 8 sessions $160 12 sessions $216 20 sessions $300 How to register: Call Nikki at 352-8715 nikki.hudnutt@wartburg.edu

7

Combo/Cardio Mix

Pilates

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

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

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

Body Toning/*Senior Body Toning Tone your muscles and increase your strength while using a variety of equipment! Participants will leave class feeling excellent, knowing that 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!

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

Abs-n-More This 30-minute class focuses primarily on abdominal work. Learn how to properly work the mid-section for best results. This class will also address back-strengthening exercises for 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.

Fit-to-the-Core This class involves it all. Keep your body guessing on what is coming next as this class takes you through one cardio move to the next, from one strengthening exercise to the next. If you want the best from your workout, this is the class to be in! Let us take you through a moderate to highintensity workout, so you can have it all!

H2O Fitness/Deep H2O This class will have you moving and grooving in the water for a great, highly motivated cardio class! This class is designed for the fitness enthusiast who wants the best. Deep H2O classes are held in the deep end of the pool and offer additional intensity. These classes are for all fitness levels.

Cycling This indoor cycling class is designed for the beginner to experienced rider! It is great for the fitness enthusiast who wants a fast-paced, high-energy class. Give this class a try!

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

How to register: At Welcome Desk

Fitness Area Orientation 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 the fourth Saturday of each month, Sept.-May.

Senior Programming/ Class Descriptions* Low-Impact Combo 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 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. This class will consist of cardio and body toning for 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!

Senior Abs This 30-minute class focuses primarily on abdominal work! Learn how to work the mid-section for a strong core body! This class will also address back and strengthening exercise for proper posture, to help with coordination, and low-back pain. This class does include exercises on the floor, so mobility up and down from the floor is required.

Stretch and Flex Stretch and Flex is for individuals who want to increase their flexibility. This 30-minute workout will incorporate various stretches to make you feel longer and leaner. Stretching is a great way to relieve stress, make daily tasks easier, and enhance what we gain from participating in an exercise program. A relaxation at the end will leave you ready to get your day started with newfound energy!

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. $50 for 6 months or $10 a month. Please register at the Welcome Desk.

*These classes are great for active adults and individuals who may be living with chronic disease such as diabetes, arthritis, COPD, or obesity, or those who are looking for the benefits of an exercise class with a lower intensity. Please contact Nikki Hudnutt for more information regarding your exercise limitations.


8

Fitness Classes

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Group Fitness Class Schedule Monday 5:40-6:30 a.m. Combo Tone 5:40-6:30 a.m. Cycling 5:45-6:30 a.m. 5:45-6:30 a.m. H2O Fitness 6-6:50 a.m. 7:15-8:05 a.m. 8-8:50 a.m. Low-Impact Combo 8-8:50 a.m. Body Toning 8-8:50 a.m. 8-8:50 a.m. 8-9:30 a.m. 9-9:50 a.m. H2O Senior 9-9:50 a.m. Body Toning 9-10 a.m. 9:30-10 a.m. 10-10:30 a.m. Power Yoga 10:45-11:30 a.m. 12:05-12:45 p.m. Cycling 12:05-12:45 p.m. 12:05-12:55 p.m. Body Toning 12:05-12:55 p.m. H2O Fitness 12:05-12:55 p.m. 2:45-3:15 p.m. 3:30-4:20 p.m. 4:45-5:35 p.m. Combo 4:45-5:35 p.m. 4:45-5:15 p.m. Abs-n-More 5:45-6:35 p.m. Yoga Stretch 5:45-6:35 p.m. Cycling 5:45-6:35 p.m. 6:40-7:10 p.m. 6:40-7:40 p.m. 7-7:30 p.m. 5-Week Acceleration Classes* 7-7:50 p.m. H2O Fitness 7-7:50 p.m. 7:55-8:45 p.m. Cycling 7:50-8:50 p.m. 8-8:50 p.m. 8-8:50 p.m. Kickboxing 8-8:50 p.m.

Therapy Pool Classes* p3

This “personal party in the pool” allows you to benefit from your own workout in the warm water of the therapy pool. An instructor is there to help with workout ideas and/or to answer questions. Bring your own choreography to the pool for a fun workout that you can lead yourself!

Aqua Stretch

This class allows all fitness levels to increase their flexibility while keeping their body warm in the therapy pool. Let us take you through gentle stretching to help keep you in shape! Let us help improve your flexibility!

Water Exercise

This class is designed for seniors who are looking for an exercise program but want the benefits of an aqua class in warm water. This class will consist of cardio and body toning for a safe and fun overall body workout! Therapy Pool Classes held at the Waverly Health Center. *These classes are great for active adults and individuals who may be living with chronic disease such as diabetes, arthritis, COPD, or obesity, or those who are looking for the benefits of an exercise class with a lower intensity. Please contact Nikki Hudnutt for more information regarding your exercise limitations.

Tuesday

Wednesday

Sept. 1 - April 30

Thursday

Friday

Combo Tone Cycling

Saturday

Combo Tone Cycling

H2O Fitness

H2O Fitness H2O Fitness

H2O Fitness

Body Toning

Body Toning Cardio Mix Low-Impact Combo Body Toning

Low-Impact Combo Body Toning

Yoga Stretch

Yoga Stretch H2O Fitness Cycling H2O Senior Body Toning

H2O Senior Body Toning

60 Min Cardio Stretch and Flex

60 Min Cardio Stretch and Flex Power Yoga

Power Yoga

Forever Fit

Forever Fit Cycling

Cycling

Power Yoga

Power Yoga Body Toning H2O Fitness

Power Yoga H2O Fitness

Deep H2o Senior Abs Yoga Stretch

Deep H2o Senior Abs Yoga Stretch Combo

Combo

Pilates

Pilates Abs-n-More Yoga Stretch Cycling

Abs-n-More Yoga Stretch

Fit-To-The-Core Abs-n-More Zumba®*

Fit-To-The-Core Abs-n-More Zumba®*

Classes in RED are offered Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

5-Week Acceleration Classes* H2O Fitness H2O Fitness

Classes in BLUE are offered Tuesday and Thursday

H2O Fitness

Classes in GREEN are offered Monday and Wednesday

Cycling Zumba®* Deep H2O

Zumba®* Deep H2O

Classes in BLACK are offered on Friday only or Saturday

Kickboxing Pilates

Pilates

How to register for Group Fitness Classes at The W: At The W Welcome Desk

*Specialty classes. For session dates, times, and prices, please see page 6 or contact The W. **For class cancellations, please check our website, www.the-w.org, or call us at 352-8311. Class schedule is subject to change.

Group Fitness Class Schedule: THERAPY POOL Sept. 1 - April 30, Classes held at Waverly Health Center

Monday 6-6:45 a.m. 7-7:45 a.m. 7-8 a.m. 7:50-8:35 a.m. 8-8:45 a.m. 8:15-9 a.m. 8:40-9:30 a.m. 9-9:45 a.m. 9:15-10 a.m. 9:45-10:30 a.m. 10:30-11:15 a.m. 11-11:45 a.m. 1:45-2:30 p.m. 2:35-3:20 p.m. 3-3:45 p.m. 3:20-4 p.m. 4-4:45 p.m. 5-5:45 p.m. 6-6:45 p.m. 6:30-7:15 p.m.

Tuesday

Wednesday

Water Exercise

Thursday

Friday

Water Exercise Water Exercise

p3

p3

Aqua Stretch

Aqua Stretch

Water Exercise

p3 Water Exercise

Water Exercise Water Exercise

Aqua Stretch Aqua Stretch

Water Exercise Aqua Stretch Aqua Stretch

Water Exercise Aqua Stretch Water Exercise Aqua Stretch

Water Exercise Aqua Stretch Water Exercise Aqua Stretch

Aqua Stretch Water Exercise Water Exercise

Water Exercise Water Exercise

Water Exercise

Aqua Stretch Water Exercise Water Exercise Water Exercise

Water Exercise Water Exercise

Classes in BLUE are offered Tuesday and Thursday Classes in GREEN are offered Monday and Wednesday Classes in ORANGE are offered on Friday

How to register for Therapy Pool at Waverly Health Center: Call Jill at 352-8716 or Nikki at 352-8715. p3 = Personal party in the pool (or open pool time)


Specialty Fitness Classes

How to register: Online at www.The-w.org, Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12 mail, or drop off the registration form at The W. Registration form at the back of the brochure.

9

Zumba®

Extreme Core

Ballroom Dance

Zumba® fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-tofollow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will blow you away. Zumba® participants achieve long-term benefits while experiencing an absolute blast in one exciting hour of calorie-burning, bodyenergizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life. All fitness levels can tone and sculpt their way to the body they want! Sessions are 6 weeks.

This class will focus primarily on your abdominals along with some of those other hard-to-work areas to give you a strong solid core! This 60-minute class will teach you how to effectively work your core to give you a strong solid base to define your abs and to help prevent low-back pain! Let this class firm, tighten, and strengthen your core to enhance your other training!

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.

Session 1: Sept. 12-Oct. 20 Session 2: Oct. 24-Dec. 1 (no classes on Nov. 24) Session 3: Dec. 5-Jan. 19 (no classes the week of Christmas) Session 4: Jan. 23-Feb. 16 Session 5: Feb. 20-March 29 Session 6: April 2-May 17 Days/Time: Monday, Wednesday, 12:05-12:55 p.m. Days/Time: Tuesday, Thursday, 6:40-7:40 p.m., 7:50-8:50 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $35 The W member, $65 nonmember, $25 student

TRX fit TRX Suspension Training is a body weight suspension program designed to develop strength and endurance while also increasing flexibility and mobility at all joints. It incorporates core strength in every exercise while using your own body weight and angles for functional and dynamic exercises. Session 1: Sept. 13-Oct. 6 (4 weeks) Session 2: Nov. 1-Nov. 22 (4 weeks) Session 3: Jan. 10-Feb. 2 (4 weeks) Session 4: Feb. 21-March 15 (4 weeks) Days: Tuesday, Thursday Time: 5:30-6:30 a.m., 12:05-12:55 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $58 The W member, $76 nonmember, $40 student How to register: The W Welcome Desk, or call 352-8311

Boot Camp This class consists of both aerobic and anaerobic exercise to push you to the next cardio level! This class will be held outdoors (weather permitting) and will consist of plyometrics, some running, stairs, calisthenics, along with various other excellent activities.  Pre- and post-camp measurements W  orkouts to get your body moving and burning calories  4-week nutritional program to help you shed extra pounds  Training with a certified instructor  Lifelong fitness skills to keep you working hard all year long Session 1: Sept. 12-Oct. 7 (4 weeks) Session 2: Oct. 31-Nov. 23 (4 weeks) Session 3: Jan. 9-Feb. 3 (4 weeks) Session 4: Feb. 20-March 16 (4 weeks) Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Time: 5:30-6:30 a.m., 12:05-12:55 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $87 The W member, $111 nonmember How to register: The W Welcome Desk or call Nikki Hudnutt, 352-8715, nikki.hudnutt@wartburg.edu *C  ombine Boot Camp and TRX fit for the ultimate workout schedule! This combination is sure to get you in the shape of your life. Let us help you achieve those fitness goals.

Session 1: Sept. 13-Oct. 6 (4 weeks) Session 2: Nov. 1-22 (4 weeks) Session 3: April 3-April 26 (4 weeks) Session 4: May 8-May 31 (4 weeks) Days: Tuesday, Thursday Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $58 The W member, $76 nonmember, $40 student How to register: The W Welcome Desk or call Nikki Hudnutt, 352-8715, nikki.hudnutt@wartburg.edu

Train with the Pros This class is lead by The W’s top fitness staff. Let our best take you through their best (and favorite) workouts! This class will consist of plyometrics, some running, stairs, calisthenics, weight lifting and various other exercises that will give you the body you want! Find out how the fitness staff at The W stay in shape through this highly motivating workout. Session 1: Oct. 10-21 (2 weeks) Session 2: Nov. 28-Dec. 9 (2 weeks) Session 3: Feb. 6-17 (2 weeks) Session 4: March 19-30 (2 weeks) *Can register for MWF and/or TTH Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Time: 5:30-6:30 a.m., 12:05-12:50 p.m. Fee: $44 The W member, $56 nonmember, $30 student Days: Tuesday, Thursday Time: 5:30-6:30 a.m., 12:05-12:50 p.m. Fee: $29 The W member, $38 nonmember, $20 student Location: The W How to register: The W Welcome Desk or call Nikki Hudnutt, 352-8715, nikki.hudnutt@wartburg.edu

*Due to the intensity of this class, previous participation in Boot Camp and TRXfit is highly recommended or other regular vigorous physical activity on a regular basis. Please consult with Nikki Hudnutt to see if this class is for you.

Just Kick It This class will top off all of your training. You want the best—this is it! Test your cardiovascular ability and move up to the next level. Are you up to the challenge? This class will take you through a high intensity, fastpaced, extreme workout that is one of a kind! This ultimate body training will incorporate exercises from our Boot Camp classes, the TRX fit class, and workout training ideas from Train with the Pros! Session 1: Dec. 19-Dec. 30 (2 weeks) Session 2: April 9-20 (2 weeks) *Can register for MWF and/or TTH Time: 5:30-6:30 a.m., 12:05-12:50 p.m., 6:30-7:30 p.m. Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Fee: $44 The W member, $56 nonmember, $30 student Days: Tuesday, Thursday Fee: $29 The W member, $38 nonmember, $20 student Location: The W How to register: The W Welcome Desk or call Nikki Hudnutt, 352-8715, nikki.hudnutt@wartburg.edu

*This class is designed to take you through an extremely highly intense workout. If you are not currently involved in any other extreme classes (Boot Camp, TRXfit, Train with the Pros) or have recommendation from another fitness professional, then this class is not for you. If you would like ideas on how to get ready for this extreme class, please contact Nikki Hudnutt at 352-8715.

Learn ballroom dances, including waltz, foxtrot, swing,

Session 1: Oct. 16-Nov. 6 Session 2: Nov. 13-Dec. 11 (no classes on Nov. 27) Session 3: Jan. 8-29 Session 4: Feb. 12-March 4 Day: Sunday Time: Beginner/Intermediate - 6:40-7:40 p.m. Intermediate - 7:50-8:50 p.m. Location: The W Cost: $30/person The W member, $45/person nonmember

Triathlon Challenge Let us help prepare you for your next triathlon! We will teach you training and race-day strategies in the following areas: open water swimming, cycling training and bike maintenance tips, running tips, how to cross-train, transitions, and race day tips. Whether you are a beginner or a “pro,” let our qualified staff teach you everything you need to know! Class times are scheduled on an individual basis. Date: mid-Oct. and end mid-Dec. Location: The W Fee: $15-$25 member only Contact: Nikki Hudnutt, 352-8715, nikki.hudnutt@wartburg.edu

5-Week Acceleration Classes: WOMEN ONLY! Our five-week acceleration classes focus on four different body sections; arms, legs, booty, and abs. This class is taught by one of our certified personal trainers so that you can receive the one-on-one attention needed to tone each of those body parts! 5 Weeks to Amazing Arms Focuses on the biceps, triceps, shoulders, chest, and upper back in an effort to help you get those lean, toned arms you have always wanted! Session dates: Nov. 28, Feb. 13 5 Weeks to Luscious Legs Focuses on thighs, calves, and those hard-to-tone inner thighs in an effort to help you achieve the lean, toned legs you have longed for! Session dates: Sept. 19, March 19 5 Weeks to Amazing Abs NOT JUST CRUNCHES! This class will incorporate a variety of equipment, core exercises, and Pilates moves that will challenge your abdominal muscles in variety of ways! Session dates: Oct. 24, April 23 5 Weeks to a Bodacious Booty In this class you will learn the proper form and technique along with some great new exercises to make those jeans, pants, workout bottoms, etc., look and feel great. Session date: Jan. 9 Days: Monday, Wednesday TIme: 7-7:30 p.m. Location: The W aerobics studio Fee: $89 The W member, $125 nonmember


10 Community Health and Wellness Events

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

“Make-A-Wish” Walk/Run for Wishes! Date: Sunday, Nov. 6 Time: 1-3 p.m. Location: The W Fieldhouse

Community Health and Wellness Fair

Special Health and Wellness Programs Survivor Care

Date: Saturday, May 5 Time: 9 a.m.-noon Location: The W Hall of Champions

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.

Matter of Balance

Heart Happy

Local produce vendors, 8:30 a.m.-noon, outside entrance to The W.

A program to reduce the fear of falling and improve balance and strength. Learn how to set realistic goals and change your environment to reduce the risk of falling. The W and Hawkeye Valley Area Agency on Aging partner to teach this eight-week program. You meet on Wednesdays for a two-hour session. This program is for anyone concerned with falls, a care giver, or individuals who sustained a fall in the past and are age 60 or older, ambulatory, and able to problem solve. Date: Wednesdays, Aug. 31- Oct. 19 Time: 9 a.m.-noon Location: The W Wet Classroom Fee: $15/$20 for materials with scholarships available for those 60 and over who express a financial need. Deadline: Aug. 19 How to register: Call Kim Hinz (HVAAA) at 319-272-2244 Contact: Dawn Wiegmann, RN, Wellness Director at The W

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.

Better Choices, Better Health Are you an adult age 60 and older with an ongoing health condition? If so, consider this workshop. The W and Hawkeye Valley Area Agency on Aging will help you find support and practical ways to deal with pain and fatigue, discover better nutrition and exercise choices, learn better ways to talk to physicians and family about health issues. This workshop is for people with conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain, and anxiety. The 2 ½-hour workshops are held in The W’s wet classroom on Thursdays for 6 weeks. This program is for anyone wanting to find support and set healthy personal goals for a step-by-step plan to improve health and life. Date: Thursdays, Sept. 15-Oct. 20 Time: 5:30-8 p.m. Location: The W Wet Classroom Fee: $15/$20 for materials with scholarships available for those 60 and over who express a financial need. Deadline: Sept. 2 How to register: Call Kim Hinz (HVAAA) at 319-272-2244 Contact: Dawn Wiegmann, RN, Wellness Director at The W

Highlights from Summer Recreation


Youth Sports 11

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Pee Wee Basketball Skills Camp

Pee Wee Indoor Soccer

Age: K-2nd grade Date: Saturdays, Oct. 8-Nov. 5 Girls: 9:30-10:20 a.m., Code: BB5 Boys: 10:30-11:20 a.m., Code: BB6 Fee: $20 Place: Jr High School located by Fareway Enrollment: 20 Deadline: Tuesday, Oct. 4 No basketball Oct. 29

Run ... kick ... pass that ball. Don’t let the cold weather keep you from having fun. Boys and girls will have fun playing soccer indoors. Emphasis is motor-skill development, encouraging team play, sportsmanship, basic soccer rules, and having a safe and fun experience.

Basketball – 3rd-6th Grade Shooting Camp Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 14, 21, 28 Feb. 4, 11, 18 Times: 3rd- and 4th-grade girls, 9-9:50 a.m., Code: BB7 5th- and 6th-grade girls, 10-10:50 a.m., Code: BB8 3rd- and 4th-grade boys, 11-11:50 a.m., Code: BB9 5th- and 6th-grade boys, noon-12:50 p.m., Code: BB10 Fee: $25 Place: W-SR Middle School Enrollment: Minimum 8, maximum 20 Deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 10

Little Dragons Karate Program The Waverly Karate Club is again offering a karate program for children ages 5-7. This specially created program is a total learning activity that stresses education of values and character as well as basic martial arts techniques. The instructors pledge to help young people learn patience, concentration, humility, self-discipline, selfcontrol, and respect. Their intention is to enhance the successful lives of children through both personal development and achievement. The cost of the program includes a uniform, patch, belts, and instruction from certified instructors. Code: KP1 Age: 5-7 years Date/Time: Sept. 20-Nov. 10, 5-5:30 p.m. Days: Tuesday/Thursday Location: Waverly Karate Club, 301½ E. Bremer Ave. (above Corner Cuts) Enrollment: 24 Fee: $50 Contact: Pat Fox, 231-0764, patfoxmath@hotmail.com for additional questions

Kindergym Jump, crawl, climb, and roll! Boys and girls will have fun in this active movement program. Locomotor skills, spatial awareness, rhythm, following directions, balancing, and hand-eye coordination will challenge 3-5 year olds in this class. Wear comfortable play clothes. Dates: Saturdays, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22 Time: 3  -year-olds, 9:30-10:20 a.m., Code: KG3 4-5-year-olds,10:30-11:20 a.m., Code: KG4 Location: The W Fee: $20 Enrollment: 8 Deadline: Wednesday, Sept. 28

Softball Skills Camps Wartburg softball will sponsor a series of skills camps in November, December, and January for girls in grades K-12. Visit the Sports Camps link at www.go-knights.net or call 319-252-8728 for more information on the programs, including dates and registration information.

Age: K-2nd grade Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 14-Feb. 25 Time: 9-9:50 a.m. , Code: PWS3 10-10:50 a.m., Code: PWS4 Location: Carey School Fee: $20 Enrollment: Minimum 6, maximum 16 Deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 10

Start Smart Sports Development Program 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. Age: 3-5 years with parent or adult Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 14-Feb. 18 Time: 3-year-olds, 10-10:50 a.m., Code: SSS1 4-5-year-olds, 11-11:50 a.m., Code: SSS2 Location: Southeast School Fee: $20 Enrollment: 8 Deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 10

3rd-6th Grade Volleyball Sponsored by the Wartburg 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 10-April 28 Time: 9-9:50 a.m., Code: VB1 10-10:50 a.m., Code: VB2 Location: Jr High School located by Fareway Fee: $20 Enrollment: Minimum 6, maximum 20 Deadline: Tuesday, March 6

Sports Performance Enhancement Program Participate in a unique sports performance enhancement program to learn how to maximize your sports potential. To learn more, call Nikki Hudnutt, 352-8715, nikki.hudnutt@wartburg.edu. Services provided by Taylor Physical Therapy Associates and The W. Session 1: Oct. 17-Nov. 23 (6 weeks) Session 2: Jan. 9-Feb. 15 (6 weeks) Days: Monday, Wednesday Time: 3:45-4:45 p.m. Place: The W Fee: $175—six-week session Two athletes from the same family: $275 for six-week session


12 Youth Activities and Events

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Babysitter Training Class

Kids Day ’n’ Knights

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. Session 1: Saturday, Sept. 24, The W Wet Classroom, Code: BTC1 Session 2: Saturday, March 24, The W East Classroom 2238, Code: BTC2 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 Fee: $40 Enrollment: 12

Get your kids involved with Wartburg student-athletes this fall in a FREE multisport clinic! Open to grades 3-6. The clinic will be energetic and provide an exciting atmosphere for young athletes interested in learning a new sport or getting valuable instruction for sports they already play. Come and learn your sport from some of the best Division III athletes in the country!

Kolor Kollisions for Kids

Each participant will receive a Wartburg athletics poster with photos from Knights sporting events. Student-athletes will be available after the clinic for an autograph session. Kids will select their top four sports but participate in three. All registrations must be turned in at The W on the registration form—and may not be done online. The registration form is on page 13. Information about your child’s three sports will be available Thursday, Sept. 30, at www.go-knights.net. Sponsored by the Wartburg Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, The W Community Recreation Program, and Nestlé.

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. Kids must be accompanied by a parent or adult.

Date: Sunday, Oct. 9 Check in: 12:45 p.m. Events: 1-2:30 p.m. Deadline: Monday, Oct. 3

Date: Tuesdays, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25; Nov. 1 Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m., Code: KK1 Deadline: Thursday, Sept. 29

After School Art

Date: Tuesdays, Feb. 28, March 6, 13, 20, 27 Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m., Code: KK2 Deadline: Thursday, Feb. 23 Location: The W Wet Classroom Fee: $22 Enrollment: Minimum 8, maximum 12

Hy-Vee Turkey Free Throw Contest Come to The W and shoot free throws for a chance to win a free Thanksgiving turkey from Hy-Vee. Participants can come any time 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. Date: Sunday, Nov. 13 Age Divisions: 9-11 yrs., 12-14 yrs., 15-18 yrs., Code: HVT1 Location: The W Wet Classroom Fee: Free Place: The W Deadline: Pre-registration Nov. 8, walk-ins welcome How to Register: Online at www.the-w.org or day of 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 35 years. Tang Soo Do is a traditional Korean martial art which teaches empty hand and foot techniques, forms, sparring, selfdefense, 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. Place: 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. 19, at 10 a.m. in Keller's side parking lot. All the good little boys and girls that 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: Nov. 19 Time/Place: 10 a.m. Place: Keller's side parking lot, downtown Waverly Visit www.the-w.org or wadg.waverlyia.com/chamber for more information.

Does your child love using their imagination? Do they enjoy being creative? After School Art, taught by Kathy Klinge, will give your child the opportunity to explore the wonderful world of art. Children ages 9-13 will get the chance to experience different kinds of art from drawing, painting, ceramics and many more. Session 1: Sept. 7-Oct. 19, Code: ASA1 Session 3: Jan. 4-Feb. 15, Code: ASA3 Session 2: Oct. 26-Dec. 14, Code: ASA2 Session 4: Feb. 22-April 4, Code: ASA4 (no class on Nov. 23) Session 5: April 11-May 23, Code: ASA5 Days/ Time: Wednesdays, 2:15-3:15 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $25 per session Enrollment: 20 How to Register: Online at www.the-w.org or registration form at the back of this brochure.

Jr. Fit Club Want to teach your child (ages 8-11) how to be active and have fun doing it? Let our instructors spend Wednesday afternoons with your child taking them 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. 7-Oct. 19, Code: JFC1 Session 3: Jan. 4-Feb. 15, Code: JFC3 Session 2: Oct. 26-Nov. 14, Code: JFC2 Session 4: Feb. 22-April 4, Code: JFC4 (no class on Nov. 23) Session 5: April 11-May 23, Code: JFC5 Days: Wednesdays Time: 2:15-3:15 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $40 Enrollment: 20 How to Register: Online at www.the-w.org or registration form at the back of this brochure.

Kids Knight Out Sponsored by the Wartburg Softball Team This fun activity is intended for your child’s enjoyment. Student-athletes and coaches will lead activities and games that include basketball, obstacle course, crafts, videos, and much more. A concession stand will also be available. Children must be dropped off and picked up by a parent/guardian. Please check www.go-knights.net for program updates and weather-related cancellations. For more information, e-mail heather.zajicek@wartburg.edu or call 319-352-8728. Age: Pre-K-7th grade (ages 4-12) Dates: Saturdays, Nov. 19, Dec. 10, Jan. 14, Feb. 11 Time: 6:30-10 p.m. Location: The W Fee: $15 per child, $25 for two siblings, $35 for three or more siblings/per evening Register: Walk-ins welcome or pre-register by e-mailing heather.zajicek@wartburg.edu or go to www.go-knights.net and click on the sports camp link for a registration form.


Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Kids Day N’ Knights Registration Form 13

Get your kids involved with the Wartburg student-athletes this fall in a FREE multi-sport clinic! This is open to kids in grades 3-6. The clinic will be energetic and provide an exciting atmosphere for young athletes interested in learning a new sport or getting valuable instruction for sports they already play. Come and learn your sport from some of the best Division III athletes in the country! Kids will participate in three sports, but choose their top four from: football, volleyball, track, basketball, tennis, wrestling,*baseball, and *softball. Participants are asked to wear appropriate athletic clothing and gym shoes.

Date: Sunday, October 9, 2011 Check-In: 12:45 p.m. Events: 1-2:30 p.m. Autograph session with college athletes: 2:30-3 p.m. (free poster) Parent/Guardian Information Last name ________________________________________________ First name __________________________________________________ Street address ___________________________________________________________________________________ Apt. # ______________ City/State _____________________________________________________________________________________ Zip code ______________ Home phone ___________________________________________ Work phone __________________________________________________ Parent signature_______________________________________________ Email__________________________________________________

Child Information Last name ________________________________________________ First name __________________________________________________ DOB ___________________ Age ___________ Sex _________ School ___________________________________ Grade __________________ 1st choice _______________________________________________ 2nd choice__________________________________________________ 3rd choice _______________________________________________ 4th choice__________________________________________________ Last name ________________________________________________ First name __________________________________________________ DOB ___________________ Age ___________ Sex _________ School ___________________________________ Grade __________________ 1st choice _______________________________________________ 2nd choice__________________________________________________ 3rd choice _______________________________________________ 4th choice__________________________________________________ Last name ________________________________________________ First name __________________________________________________ DOB ___________________ Age ___________ Sex _________ School ___________________________________ Grade __________________ 1st choice _______________________________________________ 2nd choice__________________________________________________ 3rd choice _______________________________________________ 4th choice__________________________________________________ Information about your child's three sports will be available Thursday, Sept. 30, at www.go-knights.net.

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

Medical Information Name 1 ______________________________ Special Info (allergies, injuries, etc.) __________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Name 2 ______________________________ Special Info (allergies, injuries, etc.) __________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Name 3 ______________________________ Special Info (allergies, injuries, etc.) __________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ * F or softball and baseball, kids need to bring their own gloves. Other sports equipment will be provided; however, participants need to provide workout clothes and gym shoes. No flip flops allowed! ** Water will be available at every station, and ice cream bars from Nestlé will be available after the clinic.

PLEASE RETURN REGISTRATION FORMS TO THE W WELCOME DESK by October 3, 2011 Sponsored by the Wartburg Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, The W Community Recreation Program, and Nestlé


14 Adult Leagues and Activities

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Karate

Self-Defense for Girls and Women

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. Karate training can enhance your performance in all sports activities.

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 Amily Biener. Wear comfortable clothes, socks—no shoes on mats.

Dates: Year-round Kids’ classes: Monday/Thursday, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Adult classes: Monday/Thursday, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Location: VFW Reception Hall Contact: Frank Martinez, 319-352-9038 1300 4th St. NW, Waverly Fee: P  lease contact Frank for fee schedule and deadlines. martinez@newoldwaykarate.com

Men’s Fall Softball League 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 Registration Deadline and Managers’ Meeting: Thursday, September 8, 7 p.m., The W Dates: Wednesdays, Sept. 14-Oct. 26 Time: 7-9 p.m., Code: VFL1 Fee: $  55 Place: Jr High School located by Fareway Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W

4-on-4 Volleyball Winter League Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 29, 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. 29-March 28 Time: 7-9 p.m., Code: VWL1 Fee: $  40 Place: Jr High School located by Fareway Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W

Adult Volleyball Leagues Co-Rec A (competitive-avg. to high skill level): *Thursdays, Code: AVL1 Co-Rec B (competitive-avg. to good skill level): *Fridays, Code: AVL2 *Some Sunday play may be necessary, depending on availability of facilities.

Registration Deadline and Managers’ Meeting: Tuesday, Nov. 8, 7 p.m., The W Leagues Begin: Week of Nov. 10-Feb. 17 Fee: $  85 Place: Jr High School located by Fareway No games Nov. 24-25, Dec. 22-23, or Dec 29-30.

Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W

Men’s Basketball League This adult basketball league will not be officiated. It will be a “call-your-own” type of play. Registration Deadline and Managers’ Meeting: Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7 p.m., The W League Days: Wednesday (10 weeks) League Dates: Nov. 2-Jan. 25, Code: MBL1 Fee: $110 Location: Jr High School located by Fareway No games Nov. 23, Dec. 21, or Dec. 28.

Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W

Minimum Age: 16 Dates: Mondays/Wednesdays, Oct. 17, 19, 24, 26 Time: 7:30-8:30 p.m., Code: SDG1 Cost: $26 Enrollment: Minimum 6, maximum 20 Location: Walker Wrestling Room, The W Register: Online at www.the-w.org, mail, or drop off form at The W

Pool Parties at The W Pool: $60 for 15 participants (member rate) (2-hour time period scheduled for 15 swimmers) Pool: $75 for 15 participants (nonmembers) (2-hour time period scheduled for 15 swimmers) Wet Classroom: $15 for the same 2-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 2-hour time block Saturday: 11a.m.-6 p.m. for a specific 2-hour time block Sunday: 2-8 p.m. for a specific 2-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 for pool and classroom availability. Cancellations may be made 7 days prior to schedule date. If cancelled after the 7-day deadline, the $50 deposit will not be returned.

FREE Community Day at The W on October 15 Enjoy a Free Day at the W: 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 the W FREE on Saturday, Oct. 15.


Registration 15

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

cut along dotted line

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 ______________

Work phone ______________________________________ E-mail address ______________________________________________ Emergency contact name __________________________________ Relationship ___________________ Phone ______________ Private Swim Lessons—Estimated swimmer level ______________________ Guard name requested _________________________ Private Lessons—Days and times preferred ________________________________________________________________________ T-shirt size:

Youth S (6-8): ___

Youth M (10-12): ___

Youth L (14-16): ___

Adult: ___ S ___ M ___ L

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What accommodations can we make to help your child be successful in our program? ____________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Participant Information Last Name

First Name

Program Information Sex

2011-12 Grade

Age

Birth Date Mo/Day/Year

Class Code

Start Date

Location

Time

Total Cost Complete if paying by credit card Credit Card Number

Expiration Date

Cost

Online registrations will receive an e-mail confirmation.

Medical Information—Please list child’s name and special information (allergies, injuries, etc.) ______________________________

Register online @ www.The-W.org

Home phone ________________________________________ Cell phone ______________________________________________

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

o MasterCard o Visa

Signature as stated on credit card

Permission for Medical Treatment

Refunds

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.

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.

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.

No refunds will be given following the registration deadline. 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.


16

There's a place for you at The W

Community Recreation Program Fall and Winter 2011-12

Aerobics studio. Aquatics classes. Basketball. Climbing wall. Cardio equipment. 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 years)

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

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

Enjoy The W as a nonmember

• Community Recreation and Group Fitness Classes are open to the public • The W is open free of charge for the three annual Community Appreciation Days. The next one is Saturday, Oct. 15.

Membership prices:

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)


22011-12 Fall Recreation Brochure - Wartburg College