Quickstart Weightloss Program

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Weightloss: Drop Inches! Gain Energy!

Action: Keep Motivated with Group Support!

Nutrition: Guided Low Glycemic Eating Plan.

Training: Fitness with Your Own Personal Trainer… Your Key to Success!

  • 5 Week Program
  • 4 Group Meetings with Dietician
  • 4 1-on-1 Personal Training Sessions
  • 1 FREE JAM Per Week, Journal, Menus, Detox Plan

Program Starts Monday, June 1st 2015

Members: $299
Non Members: $399

Flyer coming soon

Registration Form coming soon

Contact Kathleen Goldring to register:

Phone: (914) 241-0797
Email: kgoldring@sawmillclub.com

 

Peak Performance Swim Camp

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Peak Performance Swim Camp

MAY 23rd – 25th

SAW MILL CLUB EAST

  • Personal Attention
  • Targeted Teaching
  • Inspired Coaching
  • Awesome Experience

REFINE YOUR RACING SKILLS NOW BEFORE SUMMER STARTS!

► SPECIALIZED IN-WATER TRAINING ON STARTS, TURNS, AND STROKE TECHNIQUE DESIGNED AND LED BY 1992 OLYMPIC COACH BAKER

Custom curriculum designed by Former Olympic Coach Nick Baker

► SNAPSHOT VIDEO REVIEWS FOR EVERY REGISTERED SWIMMER!

Low swimmer to coach ratio; Limited enrollment

► ALSO INCLUDES DRY-LAND TRAINING, YOGA, AND MENTAL SKILLS PLUS

Featuring our NEW Snap Shot video training

► LIMITED ENROLLMENT GUARANTEES LOW SWIMMER-TO-COACH RATIO

Includes:

  • challenging in-water sessions
  • dry-land training
  • yoga instruction
  • Mental Skills
  • PLUS“One of the finest camp programs in the industry.” – Steve Pence, President, NIKE-US Sports Camps

Register Now!

www.swimcamp.com

(877) 308-7325

Anatomy Junkies – The Workshop Series Continues

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SMC Workshop Series Continues…

Anatomy Junkies Master Class

The Pelvic Girdle with Lara Heimann

We will build off the foundation of the metaphysical seat of the body, the pelvis, and discover the importance of alignment and anatomical awareness in the area.

Saturday May 15th

12:30-2:30pm

SMC Anatomy Junkies 1  SMC Anatomy Junkies 2
Member $35
​Non member $40​

Contact Kathleen Goldring to register:

Phone: (914) 733-4054
Email: 
kgoldring@sawmillclub.com

o2 Living – The Mindful Palete

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Kais Abiraad heads up the food and beverage service for Saw Mill Club. With a deep history in country club management, he brings a very warm and hospitable mindset to food preparation and food hospitality.

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Kale salad

With blueberries , avocado, lemon, walnuts and extra virgin oil . Topped with seasonal greens

SMC O2 living california chicken-wrap 515 Chicken California WrapBreaded chicken breast, lettuce , tomato , avocado and American cheese on whole wheat wrap

Check out our Full Menu at the Saw Mill Club Cafe

 

Three Tennis Tips for Beginners

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3 Tennis Tips for Beginners

Tennis is a great sport to play, today and for your lifetime. A fun and challenging sport, tennis also has numerous health benefits which allow you to work your entire body and raise your cardiovascular health. The by-product is enjoying the fun of competition! Even if you are just starting, there are plenty of reasons to work at becoming better and here are some helpful tips.

Get a FREE 30 minute tennis lesson at Saw Mill Club!

Stretching
Any time you exercise, you should make sure your muscles are warm and ready for vigorous play—especially if you still want to be able to play tomorrow and the next day and the next. Stretching for tennis should mimic the mechanics of playing tennis. Start out slowly to allow your soft tissues to adjust and spend five minutes getting ready to play. Shoulders, quads, hamstrings are three areas of particular importance.

Footwork
While shoulders, arms and core play important roles in tennis, 90% of the game is in your footwork. We are not all born fast or quick, but all of us can learn better moving techniques to maximize our potential on the court. Your tennis pro would have the best ideas for tailoring a specific program for your current state of movement.

Proper stroke technique
It is important to learn proper stroke patterns when we are starting out. Swinging incorrectly or too fast can lead to injuries, so your tennis pro can head off all those problems from the beginning. It sounds simplistic, but our first job in tennis play is to miss the net. That’s right—the net should never cause a ball rally to stop. So, work early and often on low to high swing patterns and learn to play high over the net.
Most of all, enjoy the process and you will soon be playing like a healthy champ!

Learn how Saw Mill Club can improve YOUR game!

Become a Water Safety Instructor

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In order to become a Water Safety Instructor you must complete the pre-course skills, attend all classes, participate and be prepared for the four teach-back assignments and score at least an 80% on the final written exam. All class participants must arrive on time, have homework assignments finished and ready for review each day of class and receive feedback from fellow classmates with maturity and an open mind.

Once you have completed the Water Safety Instructor course you will be certified to teach:

  • Learn-To-Swim Levels 1-6
  • Parent and Child Aquatics
  • Water Safety Outreach, which includes:
    • Basic Water Rescue
    • Water Safety Presentations
    • Longfellow’s W.H.A.L.E. Tales

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View Registration Form

Contact Tammy Neubauer for more information:

Phone: (914) 241-0797
Email: tneubauer@sawmillclub.com