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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER LORTON TENNIS CLUB


TOTTING UP TIME IN TENNIS SEASON


The tennis season draws to a close now and it’s time to tot up how things have gone. At Lorton, our mens’ first team was fourth in division 1 and our mens’ second team narrowly missed out on promotion from division 2 to 1.


Our ladies’ first team had a title decider match with Cockermouth, which they won 8-0, so no-one can really argue the league title went to the wrong place. Our ladies’ second team were a bit hard done by to finish bottom of division 1 and drop back down to division 2.


In the mixed doubles leagues, our first and second teams both came a very close second place in their divisions – division 1 for the first and 2 for the second team. So overall, with three second place finishes across our six teams this season was a case of ‘so near but yet so far’ and with a bit of luck we’ll convert them into trophies next year.


Before we switch on the floodlights for evening tennis during the off-season, there remains the small matter of the Club Championships to sort out and Finals Day is 30th September this year. If you are in one of the finals, well done! If not, better luck in 2018!


If you are interested in tennis, please call Chris Macleod on 01900 268086 or 07889 181 080.


TIMETABLE SEPTEMBER 2017 MONDAY


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GUIDE TO COURSES AND LEVELS


Beginner (level 1) is suitable for people who have never practiced Pilates before. You will learn the basic principles of abdominal hollowing, scapula and pelvic placement, neutral spine alignment and lateral breathing. New courses start every half term. Once you have completed the beginners course you will be guided to the most appropriate level for you.


Mat Pilates/Back Care (level 2) is suitable for people who have completed the beginner course. Adaptations can be made to accommodate some joint and medical conditions at this level.


Essential (level 3) is aimed at developing balance, strength, mobility and flexibility in standing as well as on the mat.


Intermediate (level 4) is suitable for individuals who are ready for a challenge. You will learn more demanding and complex sequences of exercises, which will test co-ordination, flexibility, strength and stability. It is advised that you can perform the Full Roll Up and hold a full plank position with correct technique and alignment before enrolling on an Intermediate course.


Post Natal Pilates bring baby along while you work to regain Pelvic Floor and Core strength.


Ballet Barre Pilates is a fun, focused standing class at the Barre that incorporates both Ballet and Pilates principles to strengthen your legs and arms. Working at the Barre will make you sweat to help burn fat while toning up.


CALL OR EMAIL THE STUDIO NOW TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE WWW.THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK 21 SEPTEMBER 2017 ISSUE 418 PAGE 39 Level 2 Mat


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