June Newsletter 2014
Summer is officially here!
We want to ensure that your family is safe this summer, so please remember the following Pool Rules at PRSC. The rules are there to ensure that everyone can enjoy themselves.
1. No running on pool deck.
2. No diving. There are no designated areas for diving due to pool depth.
3. No glass or smoking on pool deck.
4. Only coast guard approved personal floatation devices allowed.
5. No lying on lane lines.
6. No lifeguard on duty, use pool at own risk.
7. Please take children to the restroom prior to pool use.
8. Children under 14 must be directly supervised by an adult.
9. Follow directives of lifeguard and PRSC staff.
10. Proper bathing suit attire is required at all times. T-shirts may be worn over swimsuit, but not in lieu of swimsuit.
11. No climbing on rocks.
12. No rough play on deck or in the water (including wrestling, chicken fights and launching children).
13. When classes are in progress, please avoid designated class area.
14. Most of all, please be considerate of fellow members. Management has the right to deny pool use at anytime.
15. Please do not allow children to play in the last two lap lanes. The last two lap lanes are reserved for lap swimming only.
16. No distractions for adults supervising children under the age of 14. This includes reading and cell phone use.
In case of emergency notify PRSC staff in club house and call 911.
Hot Tub Rules:
1. No jets/bubbles when children under the age of 5 are in the hot tub.
2. No distractions for adults supervising children under the age of 14.
3. No one under the age of 14 allowed in hot tub without direct adult supervision.
4. No climbing on rocks.
We are forming our Central Coast Women’s Tennis League teams for next season which starts in September. We are actively pursuing building an additional B Team (3.0) and A Team (4.0). If you or someone you know is interested in playing, please contact Sara Dobroth at email@example.com.
From beginner to high performance
This year we are also offering a Summer Youth Athletic Development Program for children 9-17 years of age. It’s a four week program starting June 16th where your child will learn speed, agility, quickness and strength. This program features drills for every skill level, smaller groups for better coach: athlete ratio, short intense sessions with constant motion for increased stamina, and competitive challenges to increase sports application.
Train for....speed, agility and strength.
Focus is on....sprinting, jumping, and lifting mechanics.
Build long term athletic success and self confidence with this age appropriate 4 week program.
• Drills for every skill level
• Smaller groups for better coach: athlete ratio.
• Short intense sessions with constant motion to improve fitness level.
• Competitive challenges to increase sports application.
Dr. Acebo- USAW Level II coach, CrossFit Trainer Level 1, 15 year high school track, soccer, and strength coach.
Sean Ericksen- Certified Personal Trainer, USAW athlete.
Connor Truhitte- Defensive Back, University of La Verne football
Days and Times:
Monday-Thursday 6:30- 7:30 pm
Program runs- June and again in July
Cost: Members $60 for 4 weeks or $110 for both months
Non-members $80 for 4 weeks or $150 for both months
As always core strength and posture are emphasized. The age range is from 9 to 17 years old, however, we will break into smaller groups based on athlete's size and ability level. Program starts on Monday, June 16th.
Sign up at the front desk or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text me at 712-7769.
If you’re interested in starting your son or daughter now, I have an ongoing program Monday through Saturday that may fit your young athlete’s needs.
It’s that time of year again at PRSC! Summer Camp 2014 sign-ups are here, and camp will be held June 16th through August 22nd. My name is Zoe Ruz, and I will be acting as this year’s Summer Camp Director! I work here at the Club as a Front Desk Attendant and a Childcare Supervisor. I have a lot of fun activities planned for the kids this year, including daily swim sessions and tennis lessons. We will also be incorporating our Fit Kids program led by Dr. Acebo during the camp week, cooking classes with Chef Terry, and much more!
Our pricing will be as follows:
Camp Weekly Fees
Sessions Member Rate Non-Member Rate
3 Days/Week $135 $181
4 Days/Week $179 $212
5 Days/Week $205 $243
Drop-In $57 $65
Please make sure to call us early to reserve your child’s spot due to space being limited. To do so, you may stop by the front desk, call 805-239-7397, or email me, Zoe Ruz at email@example.com.
I, as well as everyone else here at PRSC, am so excited for this upcoming summer and hope to see your kids here! I'll be keeping parents updated through emails about the weeks to come! If you have any questions feel free to contact me via email using the address above.
Full waxing services now offered at Paso Robles Sports Club!
Our very own Lindsey Taylor is a licensed skin care therapist with over 10 years of experience. She graduated from the International Dermal Institute in Los Angeles where she was held to the highest standard in skin care therapy including waxing services. As we will begin offering waxing services immediately, we look forward to more facial and spa services in the near future. For more information on services or to make an appointment, please contact Lindsey at LTaylor@caclubs.com or 310.408.2698
Many of our members are happy with the new Talley Farm Distribution delivery of fresh vegetables. Our list is growing by the week! Drop your business card in our raffle box for a drawing to win a free box!
Another addition to our summer menu is our in-house frozen strawberry ice cream bars very refreshing!
Take one more thing off your "To Do" list for your son’s or daughter's pool party this summer. Check out our menu options. You will be able to enjoy your child’s party this year!
Are you looking for the perfect venue for your upcoming summer parties and events? Paso Robles Sports Club is a great place for a relaxing and fun party for all ages. Contact Lisa Brownie at firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 239-7397 to make a reservation!
1. To be happy. You will immediately feel amazing after you exercise. Study after study confirms the direct relationship between exercise and increased feel-good hormones.
2. To make your life easier. Being stronger, leaner, happier, and more capable can make for a more manageable life. That’s the law of progressive overload — lift something a lil’ bit heavier each day, get a lil’ bit stronger.
3. To help you win at life. Setting and achieving goals inside the weight room helps you set and achieve goals in life. The goal-setting/goal-accomplishing cycle is a learned trait. The more you reinforce hard work with a positive outcome, the more you think of yourself as a winner.
4. For your family and friends. The people closest to you rely on your love, energy, and compassion. Mismanaging your body is a disservice to them. Making time for exercise is an act of generosity. The people around you deserve your best.
5. Because you can. Initially, it’s easy to view exercise as a chore. Consider this instead: Exercise is a blessing. Not only do you have the knowledge and the means to exercise, but you’ve been given, if you are fortunate, two legs that can carry you anywhere, two arms that can lift a lot of really heavy stuff, a core to stabilize your entire body, strong hands and an amazing heart. It all works together. Every day. Your workout is a celebration of that.
6. OK, to look good, too. Fit, healthy and confident is attractive. Period.
These are only a few of the millions of good reasons to hit the gym. Simply put, exercise makes for a more
You may have been taught as a child that you need sunlight for your body to make vitamin D, because vitamin D is not found naturally in most foods. But today, many foods are fortified with vitamin D during the manufacturing process. Thus, sun exposure is not as important for the body's vitamin D supply as it used to be. Of course, being outdoors makes most people feel good. And playing tennis is better for your health than watching television. But you can still protect yourself from the sun's damaging effects while enjoying yourself outdoors.
How can I avoid the harmful effects of the sun?
Staying out of the sun is the best way to avoid sun damage, but most of us go outdoors regularly. So when you go outside, take these precautions:
- Most importantly, always wear sunscreen. You should put it on every day. Make it a habit, such as brushing your teeth.
- Try to avoid sun in the middle of the day, from about 10 am to 3 pm. The ultraviolet rays, which cause sunburn, are strongest during this time.
- When you do go outdoors, especially for long periods in the middle of the day, wear protective clothing.
- Long sleeves and slacks, as well as a wide-brimmed hat, help protect your body against the sun's harmful effects.
- Wear sunglasses that filter UV light.