Yoga For Athletes Master Class

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Master Class with Lara Heimann

Yoga For Athletes

Whether you run, bike, or play a racquet sport or swim, muscular imbalances will show up in your body and yoga practice. In this master class, Lara will help you identify common areas of imbalance and show you creative and functional ways to build optimal strength and balance in your practice and in your sport.

Sunday, May 22

10:30am–12:00pm

Saw Mill Club members: $40
Non-members: $50

For more information:
Email: yogatraining@sawmillclub.com

Synchronized Swimming… Come Dance With Us In The Water!

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Synchronized Swimming…

Come dance with us in the water!

Synchronized swimming combines swimming with gymnastics and dance. This aerobic workout also develops core strength, promotes flexibility, builds balance, improves alignment while being challenging and fun.

Taught by USSS-certified coach, Jeanne Waful

8 weeks Starting May 5

Tuesdays 9:30–11:00am
Fridays 7:30–9:00pm

1 class a week:
$160 members
$200 non members

2 classes a week:
$300 members
$380 non members

View Registration Form

Contact Tammy Neubauer for more information:

Phone: (914) 242-9760
Email: tneubauer@sawmillclub.com

Family Boot Camp

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New Chiropractic Center at Saw Mill Club

SMC Personalized Pain Chiropractic Center

Saw Mill Club is proud to introduce Personalized Pain Relief Chiropractic Center, located near the Children’s Center.

Please take a minute to stop by and introduce yourself to the owner, Patricia Downey, DC, MS.

Learn more…

Childhood Obesity…. Know the Facts

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Join us in our fight against childhood obesity.  

This worldwide campaign and contest will bring awareness to millions.

Saw Mill Club is competing as a team to raise as many moves as possible for this campaign.

The winning clubs get donations from Technogym to their local high school or charity.

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Ask a Personal Trainer for more information.

Let’s Move for a Better World!

Contact Katie Simco for more information:

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

How to Stay Motivated to Workout in the Summer

 

swim blog pic 1Working out during the summer season has since proved to be a tedious task for millions of people all over the world in recent times. Perhaps, many people tend to think that the hardest decision to make in working out is getting into the gym but there is actually more than meets the eye. One requires a high level of motivation for them to be able to work out as desired and achieve the right results. Even if you are working out in the sun or indoors, you have to make sure you achieve your desired goals and objectives.

 

When you want to work out during the summer season, it is important to understand that there are many exercises, which you can engage in. You don’t necessarily have to go to the gym for you to be able to achieve what you yearn for. Again, you will not just be guaranteed the best results when you do energy exercises alone. Here now is a look at some of the tips, which will help you to stay motivated as you workout during this season.

 

Consider convenience

 

It is important to find a gym that is most convenient in terms of location. This can be closer to your home or working place. It should basically be a quick walk from wherever you stay. By doing this, it would be much easier for you to develop a predictable routine in as far as working out is concerned. Again, when you find that the gym is nearer you, you need to find and choose exercises or activities that you tend to enjoy the most.

 

Do what you enjoy

 

The other aspect that you need to look at is the exercises that you will indulge in. Experts’ advise that you ought to settle for activities or exercises that you enjoy as this will help achieve your desired objectives. Basically, whatever you are doing you need to try and derive some degree of pleasure from it.

 

Find a gym friend

 

Finding a gym buddy might as well help to keep you motivated as you workout during the summer season. In this case, you don’t have to go for your best friend. Again, they should not necessarily be doing the same workouts as you are. All you need is to get someone with whom you share a similar day schedule. Having such a person around you most of the time helps you to be motivated and even see more meaning in your workout routines.

 

Keep records

 

If you want to understand your progress as you are working out, it might be good to keep a record. There are many mobile applications available today which you can use when you want to keep tabs of the workouts that you have done. These apps will also help you to keep track of your progress over time. At times, you might also want to take photos of yourself every other month just to understand how your body is progressing.

 

Set SMART Goals

 

Setting smart goals is an element that you cannot choose to overlook when working out. This is regardless of whether you are working out during the summer or whichever other season.  In this case, SMART means simple, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound. You should therefore not set goals that are ambiguous. Again, you ought to have the inner drive in you that keeps you going for you to be able to achieve the goals that you set out to achieve in the first instance. If you set attainable goals, you will be able to work out effectively.