Biggest Loser Results – 8 weeks in!

We are now eight (8) weeks in to our ten (10) week challenge and, as a group, we’ve lost 79.2 pounds.  Will the front-runners remain in the money?  Here are the current standings:

  1. Elaine Armstrong  -9.02%
  2. Joanna Murphy  -6.87%
  3. Kendyl Magnuson  -6.66%
  4. Mea Daum  -6.00%
  5. Tom Humphrey  -2.53%
  6. Sue Humphrey  -2.35%
  7. Lourdes Runk  -2.25%
  8. Jenny Al-Shafie  -1.82%
  9. Kellis Neidiffer  -1.81%
  10. Jennifer Nelson  -1.06%

The final weigh-in will take place on Monday, April 20th.  We are headed to the finish line.  Work hard…stay focused…and let’s finish strong!

One ongoing tip…drink plenty of water!  Here are four reasons why:

As a reminder, the final Profesionnal Development Seminar will take place on Monday, 4/20 at 4:00 p.m. in Room MD-103.  The subject is “Let’s Talk About Health, Q&A”.  Come get in on the conversation!

Suzanne will not be available for weigh-ins on Monday.  In her place, Amber Cross will be taking final weigh-ins.  Please contact her at ext. 2790 to arrange a time.

Health Dimensions Expo

TEAM LIFE takes great pleasure in presenting the fourth annual Health Dimensions Expo on February 20, 2014, 11:00am to 1:00pm in the AA/ST Courtyard on the San Marcos campus.  All staff and faculty are invited to attend, browse the many booths, get your raffle card punched, pick up some free goodies and enjoy a fun time with some healthy learning overtones!  For those who are joining the Biggest Loser Challenge, this will also be a weigh-in site.

We look forward to seeing you there!

http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/teamlife/files/2014/01/Palomar-College-2014-First-Flyer.pdf

Healthy Life Newsletter

Attached is the May edition of the Healthy Life Newsletter.  This edition includes tips for getting in shape with very little time commitment!  Take a look at the cover article, “Can You Take a HIT?”  It explains how this is done:

The 6-second bursts are one of the shortest sprint durations ever used in high-intensity training (HIT). HIT involves short bursts of intense exercise and achieves similar results to long-distance endurance training.  However, the method is much less time consuming and comes with a lower risk of injury, making it ideal for athletes wishing to remain injury free.

http://healthdimensions.com/download/May 2013 SD.pdf