Mid-February Newsletter 2019



She’s back!

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Malinda Chambers will be back at the club March 5 offering both small group training ($20 member, $25 nonmembers) and private personal training. She will only be with us for a couple months so take advantage of her time here! For scheduling or more information, please contact Sara Dobroth at sdobroth@caclubs.com.


Spring Hours (effective March 1)

Club House
Monday - Friday 5:00am - 9 pm
Saturday 8 am - 9 pm
Sunday 8 am - 8 pm

Factory
Monday - Friday 4:30 am - 10 pm
Saturday 7 am - 9 pm
Sunday 7 am - 8 pm

Kids’ Night Out

(Save the Date!)
Spring 2019
March 15
April 19
May 17


Drop the kids off with us for an evening of pizza, crafts, movies, and FUN so you can have a few hours to yourself!

Members:
$18 one child
$30 two children
$40 three children
$48 four children

Non-Members
$23 one child
$35 two children
$45 three children
$53 four children
Paid reservation is a must!*Please sign up at the front desk or email Lindsey at LTaylor@caclubs.com *24 hour notice of cancellation must be given for a 50% refund

 

Spa and Therapy at the Paso Robles Sports Club

Gift certificates are a lovely way to express your love, gratitude, and appreciation for your favorite people. Please see the front desk for purchasing any services from the spa.

MASSAGE
60 minutes ~ $75
90 minutes ~ $100
Massage package ~ $202.50 (3 pack of 60 mins)
Scalp and Feet special ~ $50
Add-on~ Essential oils/hot towels for an additional $10

For more information on our services or to book an appointment, please call Keri Keefer
@ 1.831.402.6632
Or email kkeefer@caclubs.com

 

Congratulations to the Iron Factory Weightlifting Team!

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They went to Monrovia, California to compete in Olympic Weightlifting, January 12, 2019 at Team Crossfit Academy.

Lara Wilson, Marcel Acebo, and Lindsey Taylor all brought home Gold Medals! Well done team!

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If you have questions or would like to know more about Olympic Weightlifting and how it can help you as an athlete contact Doc at AAcebo@caclubs.com

Fitness Corner with Dr. Andre Acebo

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Chiropractor and Strength Coach

With the new year, many of you are wanting to get in shape. But what does “In Shape” mean? Do you want to drop some body fat, gain some muscle or tone-up your body? How is your flexibility, balance, and cardiovascular health? Regardless of your health and fitness goals, be assured your diet, rest, and stress levels must be taken into account.

Here are some questions to ask yourself and some insights from those that have successfully gone before:

Why do you want to get in shape? Be specific: is it for health, appearance, or confidence reasons. Do you want a higher functioning body for sports or a rigorous lifestyle? Chances are it’s a mixture of many reasons. Name them and use them to stay motivated and on track.

What keeps you from sticking to your plan? Is it time, finances, fear of failure, hard work or injury? For every reason not to exercise or eat healthy, I promise you there is a solution. A solution that's unique to you.

How do I go about it? The gym, sports, outside physical activities? They all have their place. Your first priority is to find what you like, so you will continue to do it. Find healthy foods you enjoy for the same reason= sustainability (more on this later).

Researchers studying successful body transformers, have found these common traits: They Track: What they eat, their workouts, their progress, even their feelings! They are part of a Community: accountable to and encouraged by at least 1 other person. Usually, the more people the better. Their eating and training plans are Sustainable: meaning consistent, progress over the LONG haul. And they have the right Mindset: we become our most dominant thoughts. Think progress not perfection.

If you need help answering these questions? Or developing these personal strategies, we are here to help! Our Personal Trainers can walk you through each step of your fitness journey.

Give me a call or shoot me a text and I'll find the perfect trainer that's right for you!

Dr. Andre Acebo D.C
Fitness Director PRSC
Chiropractor
NASM - Corrective Exercise Specialist
Titleist Performance Institute Certified Level 1
USA Weightlifting - Advance Sports Performance Coach
CrossFit Kids Trainer
aacebo@caclubs.com or (805) 712-7769

Batting Cages

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If you have any questions please email Sara at SDobroth@caclubs.com


Paso Robles Sports Club
Batting Cage Rules and Regulations

•First time users must undergo a brief equipment orientation with Paso Robles Sports Club Batting Staff
• The pitching machine may only be operated/fed by adults only (18 years old and older)
• Youth under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult
• Adults are responsible for the actions of the youths in the batting cage. Misconduct will result in immediate termination of privileges
• No pets, bicycles, mopeds, roller skates, etc. allowed in Paso Robles Sports Club Batting Cages
• Closed-toed shoes must be worn; only clean runners or turf shoes are to be worn. No cleats are allowed.
• No food or drink allowed
• Batters and feeders must wear helmets at all times while in the batting cage. Batter must provide own feeder, over 18 years of age
• Spectators and those not batting or pitching need to stand outside the netted area
• Please take practice pitches before inviting the batter into the cage. Adjustments to speed will greatly alter the flight path of the ball.
• The only people swinging a bat are those in the cage
• Once your time is up, please stop the machine and put all balls back into their proper place. When departing please pick up any helmets, bats and trash
• One hitter in the cage at any given time
Please do not enter the batting cage if you have not checked in at the front desk
•No alcohol, illegal drugs, or tobacco of any kind allowed in Paso Robles Sports Club Batting Cages
• No spitting, gum chewing, or possession/consumption of sunflower seeds
• If an incident or accident happens, please contact a Paso Robles Sports Club employee immediately
• Misuse of any kind will be cause for denying anyone future use of the batting cage
• Do not run over your allotted time. When your time is done – YOU’RE DONE! You must be OUT OF THE CAGE when your time is done. Therefore, teams must start cleaning up their equipment 5 minutes prior to the end of their session, so they have vacated the batting cage on time.
• FEE MUST BE PAID AND WAIVER FORM MUST BE SIGNED BEFORE USING THE BATTING CAGE – IF THE PARTICIPANT IS UNDER 18, A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN MUST SIGN THE WAIVER FORM
• IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE WITH ANY EQUIPMENT PLEASE SPEAK TO THE PASO ROBLES SPORTS CLUB STAFF


Baseball & Softball Team Cage Services

ALL D1 and D2 teams and players receive 10% off any additional training.
Includes one cage per practice session, with option of reserving an additional cage for $50 per visit.
Reservations are on a first come, first served basis.

Division I Package (D1)
12 practice sessions
90 day usage window
60 Minute practice session = $570
90 Minute practice session = $720

Division II Package (D2)
4 Practices
Practice sessions can be used however you like within 30 days
60 Minutes practice sessions = $215
90 Minutes practice sessions = $265

Division III Package (D3)
One time visit
Perfect for parties or when practices are rained out
60 Minute reservation = $90
90 Minute reservation = $120


Batting Cage Rates (Non-team)

Price covers 30 minutes for up to 4 people per cage, $5 for each additional person
Helmets, bats, and tees are available upon request
Helmets MUST be worn at all times while in the cage

 

Rental Time

Member Rate

Guest Rate

Single Session (30 minutes)

$20

$25

10 Session Package (Member Only)

$150

N/A

Twilight Hours (M-F, 7pm to Close)

$15

$20

Tunnel Rental (No Machine)

$10

$15




Aquatics

Our most wildly popular amenity is our Sports Center pools.

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4 Reasons Your Next Workout Should Be a Swim WOMENS HEALTH- BY WALTON & AMY ROBERTS

Getting into the pool generally connotes a relaxing tropical vacation or a cooling dip on a hot summer day. The concept of swimming laps, on the other hand, may evoke a very opposite feeling.

Don't let it! Swimming is awesome cardio, completely no-impact on your joints, and a calorie-torching total-body workout. It also stretches and lengthens your body—something your body probably doesn’t get enough of. Here is four reasons to start swimming:

1. Cross-Training
You've heard this before: for optimal fitness, it’s essential to mix it up. And with swimming being so different from any other workout you put your body through in the gym, on the road, or in a studio, it's ideal for working muscles that have been unintentionally neglected. It’s a low-impact workout that gives runners, gym folks, and anyone that walks around or sits in a chair a break for the overworked and tired joints of your hips, knees and ankles.

2. Awesome Abs
That swimming can strengthen your arms, legs, shoulders, and glutes is obvious. Less so is the benefit it has on your core. "Water is 724 times denser than air and provides a constant and consistent resistance that forces the entire body to get involved in creating forward momentum," says Walton. The core, which holds everything together, gets amazing toning in the process, without a single crunch or sit-up.

3. A Stronger Heart
Swimming is a huge boon to your aerobic fitness, too. It forces your body to learn a new breathing pattern—being face down in water will do that pretty quickly. "By expanding the depth and volume of each breath, you're forcing the lungs and heart to process oxygen more efficiently," says Walton. Your heart muscle will literally grow stronger.

4. Fearlessness
Swimming is a pretty great confidence booster, too. Learning or honing a new skill, overcoming the nerves associated with the potential risks, and finding the zone in which you're totally one with the water is extremely empowering. "Setting the goal to swim 25 yards [standard pool length] or more can be a life-changing experience.”

For our younger swimmers, now is the time to start back with some lessons to get ready for our warm summer months. Our pools are 80 and 85 degrees (plus or minus two degrees due to weather changes). Contact our club today to sign up for Private, Semi-Private and Group Lessons, Swim Team, Dolphin Explorer, Water Aerobics, and Master’s Programming.

Tennis Hub

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Singles Ladder

Many of you have stopped and asked me to provide a singles ladder. This is your chance! Please sign up and give Ken a match!

Singles Ladder February 15th - April 15th
Sign up with Devin Barber at dbarber@caclubs.com

Ball-N-Pub (BNP)
Men, are you in for our first Ball-n-Pub day? The date is still TBD depending on how many of you head to the real BNP. Please let me know if you have interest in a day of tennis, beer tasting and some awesome pub food to go along with it all!

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Love All Tournament!
Thank you to all the players who participated! What a great turn out! We have a few extra Love All shirts for sale for $15.95 at the Club front desk.


What Will Make Me a Better Player?

As we start to get ready for the spring tennis season with renewed gusto and energy and as USTA leagues start up again, I thought we should revisit those fundamental tactics that may have gathered some rust since the cold and rainy weather may not have allowed us to put much time in on the courts these past few months. Since most of us have partners when we step on the court, take a look at the following strategies we all should work on to develop a better all-around doubles game.

  • Will I improve my split-step (or do I even have one)? This move is one of the most basic moves in tennis and one of the most overlooked. Very few club players split-step; never mind doing it well. A short hop just before your opponent strikes the ball will help you get in balance; helps develop better anticipation, and a quicker first step to the ball. This is essential in the fast paced world of doubles.

  • Will I play the net more? While many club doubles is played with the “one-up/one-back” formation, to be a great doubles team you have to learn to play the net as a team. It’s the easiest way to control the point (teams that hit the first volley typically win 70% of those points) and have a lot more fun!

  • Will I Be More Active? Your job as a net person is to get inside the opponent’s head, typically by poaching and movement. No one wants to be embarrassed by being passed down the alley, but for every alley winner that gets by you, you’ll win a lot more points by poaching, controlling the middle of the court and forcing errors. Lose a point now and again down the alley, but win the match by being active.

  • Will I Improve My Serve? In doubles, a great serve will keep your opponents off-balance and set up your partner for offensive volleys. Great doesn’t necessarily mean powerful. Accuracy and consistency are the most important aspects of a doubles serve.

  • Will I Improve Your Return of Serve? Typically you won’t win points outright returning a serve. Attempting to, will lead to a lot of errors and give your opponents an easy “hold” of serve. You must make your opponents play the ball. Develop a slice return to keep the ball low and develop a “chip lob” over the head of the server’s partner to keep them off balance. Also, developing a plan for your return before you swing will typically enable you to get the ball back more consistently and back to the area of the court where you want it to land.
  • Will I practice to hit the three winners? In higher level doubles, you’ll win most of your points with three shots: down the middle, at your opponent’s feet and over their head. Pounding your opponents with these high percentage shots enables you to control the points and the match more effectively.
    Remember good doubles is a game of coordinated movements and positioning, but develop these individual skills and strategies and they’ll go a long way towards increasing your match winning percentage.

See Ya’ on the Courts - Gary