Have a great summer everyone! Thanks for all of your hard work this year. Make sure to come back and visit next year. Stay active and fuel you bodies with the best possible food you can. See you soon!
Great job to all students who participated in yesterdays Irvine junior games at Irvine high school. Here are some of the medal winners.
Makena Pellazar, Bronze in the 100 meter sprint, Silver in the long jump
Myles Carter, Silver in the 400 meter run, Silver in the 800 meter run
Nadia Amin, Gold in the 400 meter run, Bronze in the soccer kick
Kamryn Scott, Silver in the 400 meter run
Kara Chu, Silver, in the basketball shoot
7th grade girls, Silver, in the 4X100 relay
Jacob Trausch, Gold in the soccer kick
Jennifer Frey, Silver, soccer kick
Medal Winners For All Schools
2016 Medal Winners
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Another awesome ELDOA class learning how to take care of our spine! Click on the picture below to see how the spine effects every part of your body. To learn more about ELDOA click here. I will offer this after school class again next year!
All classes nicely done today. It is hard to create a 1 day fitness plan at your age and then have to become personal trainers and teach another group. Now you feel my pain! Some of you want to become fitness and health professional and that is awesome. Getting paid to help others and do something you thoroughly enjoy is the best. That way your job is not work its your passion and something you look forward to doing each day!
Pay attention students. Hopefully your teachers will let you get up and walk around/stretch a bit. This is why ELDOA is so important and staying active is vital!
Reptilian crawling, medicine ball twist toss, heavy ropes-kettlebell-pulls. Awesome job today students! Remember to always use good technique when you are doing any kind of exercise. You will reduce the chance of injury and increase gains! Tomorrow you will do partner sprints and learn about “food dyes rainbow of risks.” To read ahead click on the links below.
As Burger King proudly presents their ‘angriest’ red-dyed burger, consumers should consider the health risks of artificial food dye