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Step Up Registration & FREE Health Expo
Thursday, April 17 • 4:00-7:00pm and
Friday, April 18 • 6:30am-1:00pm
Storey Gym, 2810 House Ave.
Cost to participate in Step Up Cheyenne is $10 (cash or check accepted)
• You will be officially weighed-in and receive your member ID number and a FREE pedometer
(first 1200).
• You will be weighed by a weight loss professional & your weight will remain confidential.
• There will be area vendors providing information on health, wellness & fitness.
• Blood draws will also be available for $30 on Friday from 6:30-10:00am (please fast).

Step Up Introduction
Step Up Cheyenne Introduction/Smart Weight Loss
April 23 • Kiwanis Community House • 6-7pm
This is your chance to learn successful strategies to begin this year’s challenge. Also, get your questions answered about the challenge itself. Find out what is new and different.

County Line Dancing
Friday, May 2 • 6-7pm
Dance Spirit Studio
300 E 8th Ave, Airport
Terminal Annex Suite
Bring a friend and have a great time learning the latest line dances while getting your workout. please RSVP to Rachelle at 633-3145. Taught by David Urquidez

Mary’s Day of Fitness
May 16 • Times below
5401 Walker Rd
Please call 640-4097 to RSVP

Bootcamp • 6am
This is a high intensity, results driven workout, focusing on body weight exercises, as well as resistance training exercises using weights, bands, tubing and medicine balls. 45-55 minutes in length. Taught by Mary Bushkuhl, CSCS.

Senior Fitness • 8am
For those 55 and older, the Friday class emphasizes Stretching and Range of Motion exercises.
Taught by Mary Bushkuhl, CSCS.

Bootcamp • 12:15pm
A shorter version of the 6am bootcamp. A great break during the work day! 30-40 minutes in length.
Taught by Mary Bushkuhl, CSCS

MET Boost • 5:30pm
This class emphasizes the needs of the individual who is 50+ pounds overweight. Focus is on exercises that boost your metabolism. 60 minutes in length.
Taught by Ashleigh O’Brien, ACE-CPT.

Fit Wall Demo
Saturday, May 17 • 11am
Monday, June 9 • 5pm
Learn about Vertical Training and FitWall, a workout for any age and fitness levels. A total body workout in 30 minutes that is equivelant to hours in the gym. Class space is limited please RSVP to Rachelle at 633-3145. Presented by: Fitwall Certified Fitness Trainers.

ZUMBA class
Tuesday, June 3 • 6:00pm
David R. Romero Youth Activity and Community Center.
1317 Parsley Blvd.
Great for all ages. Zumba consists of dance and aroebic exercises preformed to popular, and Latin American music. Presented by Alice Burron

Yoga in the Park
Saturday, June 7 • 9am
Saturday, June 21 • 9am
Lion’s Park, Near Amphiteatre
For those new to yoga as well as intermediate practitioners. This will be a Vinyasa Flow class which is sometimes referred to as “Power Yoga” and can be as challenging as you wish to make it. Please bring a yoga mat or a towel and water, don’t forget sunscreen.
Taught by: Fran Kline, AAAI certified yoga instructor

Self Defense for the Mind, Body and Spirit
Wednesday, June 11 • 6-8pm
6002 Hwy 30, Unit D2
(Blue buildings next to Jolly Rogers RV)
Enjoy fun exercise while you learn some basic self defense.
Presented by Greg Colbaugh, Universal Kempo Schools Assocation, Bell Springs Branch.

Balanced Living Workshop
Laramie County Library
Tuesdays • 6:00pm
Presented by Christine Pasley, B.S., M.Ed.

Manage Your Time - April 29
Participants will learn and practice determining priorities, managing their time and then simplifying their lives to allow time for their priorities.

Manage Your Stress - May 6
Participants will learn basic information about stress, and how to evaluate stress and practice developing effective stress-coping strategies.

Feed Your Body - May 13
Participants will learn to evaluate how physically active they actually are. They will learn basic information about physical activity and fitness. Participants will learn about fitting activity into everyday life and address barriers to physical activity.

Move Your Body - May 20
Participants will learn to evaluate how physically active they actually are. They will learn basic information about physical activity and fitness. Participants will learn about fitting activity into everyday life and address barriers to physical activity.

Rest Your Body - May 27
Participants will assess how well they currently sleep and learn the basics of sleep. They will learn strategies to sleep better. In addition, participants will learn about common sleep disorders.

Weigh-loss and Hormones
Thursday, June 19 • 6-7pm
Willow Room, Library
Having difficulty losing weight? It could be your hormones. This class is great for everyone including people with Type-II Diabetes, Thyroid Dysfunction, female and male hormone imbalance, and much more! Presented by Dr. Theresa Thompson, D.C.

Video Series
HBO Weight of the Nation
Laramie County Library,
Cottonwood Room • 5:30

The HBO series Weight of the Nation will be viewed during these 4 workshops. Light food will be provided.

Consequences - May 5
The first film in ‘The Weight of the Nation’ series examines the scope of the obesity epidemic and explores the serious health consequences of being overweight or obese.

Choices - May 12
The second film in the series poses a question that almost anyone who’s struggled with excess weight has asked, if only in jest: For all the remarkable high-tech tools available to medicine, for all the billions of dollars in drug research, there’s still no highly effective medication to prevent or reverse obesity – why? Discover the best ways to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.

Children in Crisis - May 19
Childhood obesity is much more than a cosmetic concern. Obesity in children comes with serious health risks. What are they and what are some ways to help kids lead healthier lives?

Challenges - June 2
Approximately one-third of adults are obese and another third are overweight. Learn how to work together to break through the barriers and make a difference in the obesity epidemic.

Monday, June 9
Vedauwoo Turtle Rock • 10 am
This is a casual, 3.2 mile long hike, great for families.
Meet at the main trail head at Dress in layers, don’t forget sunscreen and water. You will have to pay a $5 per car fee.
Trail information can be found at: TrimbleOutdoors.com http://www.trimbleoutdoors.com/ViewTrip/266170

Final Weigh in and 10,000 Step Walk/Run Challenge
Thursday, June 26 • Lions Park, Near Amphitheatre • 6pm
This year’s walk will be in the evening. Come walk around the park a couple times, getting a little something each time you pass, “GO”. See you there!
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