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ATHLETICS


Start the New Year with the Winter Blitz


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he Exercise and Conditioning Committee invites members to partic- ipate in the annual Winter Blitz Fit. This is a great opportunity to develop fitness resolutions. This five-week program runs from Monday, Jan. 10 through Sunday, Feb. 13, and enables participants to start a new fitness program, become more familiar with equipment in the Exercise and Conditioning Room, and become better acquainted with staff and fellow members.


Members can participate either indi- vidually or on a team of two. There is also an elite division composed of top finishers. There is a varied list of exercises to help participants improve strength, endurance and agility. Participants can choose as many or as few exercises as desired. Exercises are performed in the E&C Room, and verified by staff at each workout. A conversion chart turns the distance or time into points, and the goal is to accumulate as many points as possible. The program is of a competitive nature, yet designed to be flexible for individual ability. Members are encouraged to ask staff or committee members for help during the program.


There is an entry fee of $15 per person. After the event has concluded, the committee hosts a get-together with hors d’oeuvres, and awards prizes to the winners in each category. The Winter Blitz is a great way to start developing a routine personal fitness plan, and to help train for the Spring Decathlon. Participants can sign up online or in the E&C Room. For more information, call the Fitness Office at 503-517-7535 or go to theMAC.com. Quick Register WBF11


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