Thanks to Buck Taylor for another awesome workout!!! Check out the picture below to see the workout:
Once again, TEAM LIFE is pleased to bring you the February edition of the Healthy Life newsletter. We hope you are out and about, enjoying the fine SoCal weather!
http://healthdimensions.com/download/Feb 2014 SD.pdf
Don’t forget the Health Dimensions Expo on February 20, in the AA/ST courtyard from 11am – 1pm.
This Spring we have increased our TEAM LIFE activities and hope to see many more new faces! Please take a look at the Spring TEAM LIFE Newsletter for specific dates, times, and events.
Here is a quick idea of some activities starting next week!
Are you getting in your 30 minutes? at 5mph you should be walking 2 miles in 30 minutes which should be about 4,000 steps!
How many steps are you taking?
How did you do during week 7?
Here is the link to the April edition of the Healthy Life Newsletter. Included this month are tips for riding your bike to work, healthy eating information on seeds, and much more. Enjoy!
April Healthy Life Newsletter
The link for the March Healthy Life Newsletter provided by Health Dimensions is available below. Click and enjoy!
March Healthy Life Newsletter
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Here is handy “how to” sheet with the three steps to subscribe to the TEAM LIFE feed.
Are you ready to get healthy? TEAM LIFE is here to help you!
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WORKOUTS AT WORK!
10 WEEKS OF EMPLOYEE FITNESS ACTIVITIES: SEPTEMBER 5TH-NOVEMBER 16TH
Are you currently exercising at least 30 minutes 5 days per week? My guess is that you may need a little push to meet that goal. So, why not join us
for some workouts at work?
- Wednesdays 7-8am Circuit Training (aerobics room G-8)
- These classes involve a circuit of 12-15 different exercises involving both cardio and strength training. This class accommodates all exercise levels, so everyone is welcome!
- Fridays 12-1pm JAZZERCISE (aerobics room, G-8)
- On Fridays we are again offering a free Jazzercise class. Jazzercise is a class the combines Jazz dance with aerobics. It’s a fun and great workout.
- One-on-One appointment at the Wellness Fitness Center: Exercise design assistance
- Do you need help setting up a program in the WFC? Set up a One-on-One appointment to start on the right track. Just fill out a request on our Blog and Professor Falcone will meet with you and help you get started on the right track!
68% OF OUR POPULATION IS OVERWEIGHT! ARE YOU A PART OF THAT STATISTIC?
JOIN OUR WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE
Join our Biggest Loser challenge for a fun way to work toward your goal weight.
- Biggest Loser challenge
- Weekly Wednesday Weigh-in for 10 weeks, September 5th-November 14th.
- You will join with a weight loss partner and compete as a team. Weight loss will be calculated by your weight loss percentage. The average percentage lost between you and your partner will be used each week to assess your progress.
- Cost: $30 for each team of 2.
- Award: The top three teams will win a cash prize. Prize amount will be determined by the number of participants.
Staff: Did you know your contract says you can get an extra 15 minutes off at lunch or the beginning/end of the day if you participate in an exercise class?
B.P. CCE/AFT-11 HOURS OF EMPLOYMENT AND OVERTIME (Page 16)
“Lunch Periods: When an employee has been scheduled to work six hours, the employee shall be entitled to an uninterrupted lunch period. The length of time for such lunch period shall be for a period of one (1) hour or one-half (1/2) hour and shall be scheduled for part- or full-time employees at or about mid-point of each work shift. Lunch periods shall be scheduled with input from employees. An employee’s lunch period may be extended up to a maximum of an additional fifteen (15) minutes if the employee actually participates in an exercise class during the scheduled lunch period. The employee shall submit written verification of actual participation in the exercise class to the employee’s immediate supervisor.
In lieu of any extension of an employee’s lunch period for actual participation in an exercise class, an employee may be granted paid release time up to maximum of an additional fifteen (15) minutes at the beginning or at the end of the workday if the employee actually participates in an exercise class during either time period. An employee must obtain prior written approval from the employee’s immediate supervisor. Actual participation in an exercise class must require the employee to be no more than fifteen (15) minutes late to work, or must require the employee to leave work no more than fifteen (15) minutes early. The employee shall submit written verification of actual participation in the exercise class to the employee’s immediate supervisor. An employee may participate in only one exercise class per day that requires an extension of the lunch period, a late reporting to work or an early departure from work.”