April Newsletter 2017
PRSC Spring Break & Summer Sports Blast
It is that time of year again! We can’t wait to have fun exercising with your kids during spring and summer break. Completion of the full registration packet is required before the start of program. Please go to our website, www.pasoroblesclub.com to download, print, and complete the packet. Registration packet and payment must be turned into the front desk to reserve your spot in the program(s).
PRSC Sports Blast Details
Monday through Friday 8 – 4 pm
PRSC Sports Program is an activity-based day that will keep your child moving and excited! Each week includes tennis instruction, swim instruction, soccer, Fit Kids classes, yoga, obstacle courses, and a weekly adventure. All of our instructors have been background checked, and we will have certified lifeguards on deck ensuring your children are safe.
Checking-In, Lunch, and Snacks
A healthy lunch may be ordered from our Union Café for only $7.00. Daily snacks will be included. Please sign your child in and out each day on the sheet provided at the front desk of the club.
What will my children be doing?
Enjoying Tennis & Swim Instruction
Playing Basketball, Volleyball & Soccer
Softball and Baseball Batting Fundamentals (summer)
Learning Healthy Eating and Having Lots of Outdoor Fun!
What to Bring
Campers should bring a backpack with bathing suit, towel, water bottle and sunscreen every day. Campers are advised to wear non-marking soled tennis shoes (no sandals or flip flops). Campers are encouraged to bring a second change of clothing.
All campers must complete a swim test prior to entering the pool. Campers must be able to swim on length of the pool without touching the side or the bottom. If a child is unable to swim the length of the pool they will be required to wear a life vest or stay in the shallow portion of the large pool.
Weekly: $194 (Member) $236 (Nonmember)
$49 (Member) $59 (Nonmember)
Call Heather 805-286-6982 to schedule your children’s lessons today!
NCA Swim Team
$50 to $90 monthly Monday – Friday
2-day & 3-day per week options available, ask for pricing
Private & Semi-Private Lessons
$200 - $240/ $144 - $184 for 8 lessons
Parent & Me Swim Programs
$88 - $104 for 4 weeks, you choose 2 of four day options.
$35-$45 monthly (3 days/week)
Dolphin Explorers Program
Designed for special needs swimmers
$184/$194 for 8 Sessions
Large Pool Closure for Maintenance: April 15th at 12 noon to April 18th at 5 am.
There will be no Zumba classes on April 8th (kids), April 10th (adults), and April 15th (kids) due to instructor vacation.
The Club will be closed April 16th so our employees can celebrate Easter with their families. Thank your for your understanding.
Chiropractor and Strength Coach
PRSC Fitness Director
When it comes to body transformation, most people are interested in "losing 10 to 20 lbs and firming up," often thinking they need a lot of cardio, some strength training, and a little dieting. When, in actuality, it’s a little cardio, some strength training and a lot of attention to your diet!
Many people know this, but still struggle with extra body fat. "Eat clean, drink lots of water, more veggies, less processed carbs and sugar, get enough protein, don't eat when stressed". All of this is good advice, but our bellies, hips and thighs are still holding on to excess...hmmm, "stored energy!" That's what fat is, stored energy. Good nutritional tips and any number of training programs, will never deliver the results we are looking for, unless we address the first rule of fat loss, which is "Calories In vs Calories Out" (the amount of energy we take in vs the amount of energy we expend).
To transform into your healthiest, strongest and best looking self, do what the most successful trainers and their clients do. Know how much food (calories) your body needs and is actually taking in and track your progress.
How many calories you need per day is not that hard to figure out. We have tools that can estimate your energy needs based on your height, weight, gender, age, activity level and fat loss (or muscle gain) goals. Since these tools give estimated calorie needs, it’s equally important to track how you’re doing. If your losing weight too fast, that can be unhealthy and unsustainable. If you’re not losing at all, something needs to be adjusted. Maybe you are taking in more or burning less than you think! Weekly tracking allows us to make regular course corrections as needed, keeping you moving forward. Tracking also helps with motivation. We suggest Body Fat Testing, circumference measurements, photos or the fit of your clothes... the scale is the least useful tool. Body weight can fluctuate a great deal from day to day and a person could lose weight and be fatter or less healthy. This happens with quick weight loss, which is mostly water and muscle.
Here is what you need to do: ask one of our trainers or myself to measure your body fat percentage and body metrics. Let us calculate your energy and calorie needs. We can train you and set up weekly monitoring of your progress. If you need help with prepping meals that give you the right amount of calories with the right mix of proteins, fats, and carbs, we have a wonderful meal prep service. The food is delicious, fresh, and offered at an affordable cost. Lindsey Taylor, our Union Cafe Chef can make you a variety of meals that fit your tastes and your caloric needs. Even if you like to cook, the convenience of this service is worth a try.
So, if you are serious about your health and fitness, (especially if you need to drop extra pounds), call me today!
Dr. Andre Acebo D.C
Fitness Director PRSC
USA Weightlifting - Senior Coach
NASM - Corrective Exercise Specialist
CrossFit - Level 1 Trainer
email@example.com or (805) 712-7769
Tennis Social Mixer and Potluck!
April 12th, 6:30 pm. Please call the front desk at 805-239-7397 to let us know you are coming and what you plan on bringing. Mariano will be your host for a fun evening under the lights.
Did you know that WE NOW HAVE FREE JUNIOR TENNIS CLASSES for our members? These classes are instructed by ranked junior tennis players Colby Grey and Miliaana Proft. They are fun time with games, challenges, and prizes. Reservations are not required for clinics; just drop in! Simply bring a water bottle, a racquet (we have racquets for loan if you don't), wear sunscreen and non marking tennis shoes. A special THANK YOU to the Terrizzi Family, Etto and Giornata Winery for sponsoring the team’s uniform this year!
Session Times: Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:30pm and Saturdays from 9:30 to 10:30.
Non members are also invited to participate at $10 per session, or $80.00 for the season which runs through the end of May.
Summer sessions will be forming, stay tuned for information....
Advancement to match play is available with team registration or instructor approval.
If you have questions, please feel free to call Ranay at the front desk or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our club will be hosting a Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce Mixer on May 10th. Please join us to share the club with your Chamber friends and to enjoy a wonderful time. More details and information to come....
Family Fun Night at the Club
Friday, April 14th from 5 to 8pm
• Pot Luck, bring a dish to share
• Corn Hole Competition
• Parent-Child Sack Race
• Wheelbarrow Race
• Egg Toss Competition
• Family Egg Hunt with Clues
• Movie (Alice in Wonderland)
• Snacks and Refreshments
Put on your Bunny Ears, grab the fams and head over to the club for a night of family fun …
to RSVP call the front desk, 805.239.7397 for questions, please ask for Ranay, Events Manager
Kid’s Night Out
Friday, April 21st, 5:30pm - 8pm
Sign up the kiddos to join us, we play games, have a scavenger hunt, design crafts, watch a movie, and enjoy snacks and pizza. Grab a couple hours for yourself knowing your kids will be having a great time - you deserve it!
Sign up in Kids’ Club, at the front desk, or email email@example.com
$18 one child
$30 two children
$40 three children
$48 four children
$23 one child
$35 two children
$45 three children
$53 four children
Late cancellations inside 24 hours will be charged
The sun is out and our pools are getting busier. We feel it is time to remind all of our amazing members the pool policies that help keep all of our members (especially our smallest members) safe!
POOL RULES AND POLICIES:
1. Parents: Please watch your children. There is absolutely no substitute for your close, vigilant supervision.
2. Rules and requests made by lifeguards and staff must be complied with at all times.
3. There is no lifeguard on duty! Use pool at your own risk.
4. Please keep all gates closed that surround the pool. They are safety barriers to keep our children safe.
5. Children under age 14 must be directly supervised by an adult, even when a lifeguard is on duty.
6. Only proper fitting U.S. Coast Guard approved personal floatation devices, noodles, and kickboards may be used. No floaties, water wings, mattresses, boogie boards, or inflatable toys. The shadows cast by mattresses and rings children sit in make it hard to see someone under the water.
7. All children who wear diapers must wear swim diapers.
8. No jets should be on in the hot tub if there is a child present under the age of 7 years.
9. Appropriate swimwear must be worn while using the pools, wading pools, and spa.
10. The last two lap-lanes are reserved for lap swimming only.
11. For safety, the following are prohibited:
· Horseplay, running, splashing, shoving, dunking, or hitting.
· Smoking and chewing gum
· Glass containers
· Flips or spinning entries from the side of the pool
· Throwing balls (except sponge balls) in the pool or on the deck.
· Cell phone use while supervising children. For safety reasons, do not use cell phones while supervising children in the pool.
· Climbing on rocks
· Running and jumping on ramp into large pool
Thank you for helping us have the safest summer yet!
As summer approaches and we are gonna’ spend more time on the courts, I thought I’d visit some ideas that aren’t related to technique or strategies or footwork that might be worth mentioning. So this month’s article is about how we approach our mindset about playing. Whether it’s new tournaments, leagues, team play or just hitting with our friends, fact is, like it or not, you’re not going to play tennis well or the way you’d like to, every time you step out to compete. In fact, sometimes you won’t even win playing your best either.
Here's the reality: You will have more days that you ARE NOT going to be playing how you’d like to. Part of the reason why players get down on themselves is due to their expectations and the fact that they want to play ‘their way’ every time they step out to compete. The truth is – it’s impossible.
That might sound a little negative, but it’s the reality. You have always got to expect the best from yourself and give your very best, but be prepared and ready to handle the way you are going to think when you aren’t playing how you’d like to. It’s not all going to go the way you plan it, but you can control how you are going to react to it. Great tennis players are great, not only because they may be brilliant shot makers, but partially because they are more self- accepting of their mistakes. They just know how to deal with it better. They are consistent in their habits and routines too. That’s the reason they’ve won some of their biggest matches or tournaments playing far less from their best. Take a look at these quotes from some of the best tennis players in the world and see how they might apply to you.
"In the heat of battle, you don’t rise to your level, you sink to the habits you have created in your practices”. Great quote - You become your habits under pressure.
"Most of the time you don’t play the way you want, things don’t go the way that you would like to, so you have to manage that”.
“I know I’m not going to play the way I want to every time, but I can control how I’m going to think about it. What matters is that I’m trying my hardest every game, putting in the work”.
So, give a little time to these thoughts and see how they might help you achieve your personal goals on the court:
A successful tennis player accepts that they aren't going to play their best every time they step out on the court to compete.
They understand that success lies in the consistent control of their habits, emotions and mindset.
A successful tennis player understands that in order to win on their 'bad' days, they need to continually give their best effort and believe they can actually win. They don't let a negative or bad attitude get in the way.
You are not defined by what you do or by your results on the scoreboard, rather, you are defined by WHO you become and how you handled the journey.
See Ya’ on the Courts, Gary
Our new menu will be available April 10th!
Smoothies and Bowls
2oz $5.50/16oz $6.50/Bowl $9
Vanilla Protein, Strawberries, Bananas, OJ
Vanilla Protein, Spinach, Banana, OJ
Peanut Butter Cup
Chocolate Protein, Banana, PB, water
Açai, Vanilla Protein, Bananas, Strawberries, Almond milk or Coconut water
Make any smoothie into a Bowl!
Choose Up to 3 toppings: each additional topping $0.75
*fresh toppings listed at the counter*
The Salad- $6
Lettuce, Cabbage, Carrots, Cucumber, Tomato, Croutons,
Add protein $2- Chicken, HB Egg, or Tuna
Add Avo $1
The Sandwich- $7
Bread, Lettuce, Tomato, Mustard, Mayo
Bread: Wheat, Sourdough, Torta
Meat: Turkey, Egg Salad, Tuna Salad
Additional protein $2- Chicken, HB Egg, or Tuna
Add Avo $1
The Torta- $7
Chicken, Refried Beans, Lettuce, Queso Fresco on a toasted Torta Bun
The Taco Basket- $8
3 Soft Tacos- Corn tortillas, Chicken, Ground Beef, or Beans, Shredded Lettuce, Queso Fresco, Crema, Red or Green Salsa
The Burrito- $8
Beans, Rice, Chicken or Ground Beef, Lettuce, Queso Fresco, Crema, Red or Green Salsa
The Nachos- $6
Chips, Cheese, Refried beans, Crema, Red or Green Salsa
Add Chicken or Ground Beef $2
With Cheese $8
With Pepperoni $9
With Tomato and Basil $9
The Kids Menu
½ turkey sandwich and chips $5
PB & J $5
Chicken Nuggets 4 and chips $5
Served 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Bagel w/ Cream Cheese $2.50
2 Eggs $3
3 Strips Bacon $3
Organic Oatmeal $3.50
Breakfast Burrito- Egg, Potato, and Cheese $5, w/Bacon $7
Any two items $5
Any three items $7
(Combos exclude Breakfast Burrito)
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper $1.50
Iced Tea $2
Chocolate Milk $1
Juice Box $1
Hot Chocolate $1
Various local beers and wine; please ask cafe for prices.