Fall is here in its red and gold glory. Group Exercise Director Kathy – Kathy was AFAA certified in 1997 and has been teaching classes at MAC since 1999. Kathy has taught a variety of formats including kickboxing, strength training classes, Tabata, and step. Kathy is a graduate of Louisiana State University where she competed as a diver. She participated in the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Trials in platform diving. Currently, Kathy is a Social Studies teacher at Turpin High School and is the Head Volleyball Coach. Kathy has also run two marathons, including the Boston Marathon in 2005. Athletics and fitness have always been a fixture in Kathy’s life and it is very rewarding for her to know how much group exercise impacts her participants. Not only does Kathy believe group exercise provides members great workouts but the relationships built at MAC last a lifetime and keep the members coming back. Outdoor and Zoom classes will continue. Please watch emails and FaceBook posts for times. Other benefits: Apart from weight loss, there are no recorded benefits of the Dukan diet in scientific literature. During aerobic activity, you repeatedly move large muscles in your arms, legs and hips. You’ll notice your body’s responses quickly. A gym machine workout routine can target every muscle group and only takes 30 minutes to complete. To do our part in flattening the curve and preventing the spread of COVID-19, we’re offering classes and exercise programs for free here for members and friends. Currently, those important pieces of information regarding a child’s health “are not easy to access because they are in a silo,” Raghuveer said. Instead, schools could share their aerobic fitness testing results with health care providers – in just the way those same providers routinely share immunizations records with schools. In this edition of a series of Planet Fitness appropriate workouts, we provide a 3 day full body workout one could do with the equipment at Planet Fitness. You maintain your weight by consuming the right amount of calories, gain weight with larger amounts, and lose weight with a lesser amount. Your calorie needs are determined by your age, height, weight, gender, and activity level. You can use the Harris-Benedict Equation or the Mifflin-St. Jeor equation to calculate the number of maintenance calories you require. The Mifflin-St. Jeor calculation is best for someone who is overweight or obese Once you know how many calories you need to maintain your weight, you can determine what it will take to lose or gain weight. When you go above or below your maintenance calories by 3,500 calories, you will either gain or lose 1 pound. For example, if you consumed an extra 500 calories per day, you would gain 1 pound in a week (500 x 7 = 3,500). The same is true for weight loss This is why every calorie counts when it comes to your weight.