January Newsletter 2020

Glendale Sports Center

Adult Sports Leagues
Get your team together and meet those squad goals for 2020.  Join one of our indoor recreational sport leagues and enjoy a great workout with your friends away from the cold!  Men’s Basketball and Coed Volleyball leagues starting soon.  Click here to register online or email Kelly Cloughly for more information.

Acrylic Painting
Wednesdays, 1pm-3pm
February 5th–March 11th

Let the New Year bring out the new you and learn how to paint!  Learn under the tutelage of MFA Susan Gibbons and leave the end of classes with a piece of art to take home.  All supplies are included in the fee.  Contact Kelly at kcloughly@denverymca.org for more information.

App Fitness Challenge
Get a jump start on your 2020 fitness goals!  Join the January GSC App Challenge.  Log 6 workouts, completed at the GSC, in January for a chance to win prizes.  We will randomly draw five winners of those that complete the challenge.  Download the app today and stay updated with all the latest happenings at the GSC.

Indoor Youth Rugby
This co-ed, non-contact winter indoor program lets players spend Saturday mornings practicing basic rugby skills. All games and drills will focus on running, catching, passing, kicking, and conditioning in preparation for upcoming spring sports. February 1, 8, 22, and 29, 2020.  Click here for more information and to register.

Nutrition Seminar
Digestive Health 101

Wednesday, January 15th 10:45am
Today, 70% of Americans experience digestive related symptoms or diseases. This is a startling statistic as an unhealthy gut has been linked to worsening overall health, including increased risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, obesity, autism, depression and anxiety. Join this class to learn the ins and outs of supporting digestive health and digestive comfort, and how this could be the key to making a difference in your overall health and well-being.

Blood Pressure Self Monitoring
The four-month program is based on research that shows that the simple process of checking and recording blood pressure at least twice a month over four months may lower blood pressure. Program participants learn how to properly self-monitor their blood pressure using a cuff. To learn more and enroll contact Justin Seymour at 303-692-5770 or jseymour@denverymca.org.

Join us for activities related to the active older adult member. This is the perfect opportunity to meet new friends and participate in monthly activities! Click here to view this month’s calendar.

Improve your Pickleball skills and techniques with one of our classes taught by Pickleball pro Kate Shapland.  Classes run January 16th–February 20th on Thursdays, 12:15pm-1:15pm.

We will be reserving limited parking spaces on the south side of the parking lot for our members during large daytime events.  Please pick up a parking permit at the front desk to display in your car during these events.

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