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Phase 2 Reopening

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Personal Training and Small Group Training will be available starting Wednesday, June 10. MUV Training will resume starting June 15, you may reserve a spot for your MUV class starting this Friday. Personal Training, Small Group Training, and MUV Training will ONLY be available to those who were already signed up for these services prior to shutting down for COVID-19. You can expect to hear from your trainer about scheduling.

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Dues During Closure

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Harbor Square Athletic Club will not be charging dues at all during PHASE 2. You will only pay for services you are utilizing. Once the club is able to open for PHASE 3, members will receive 2 weeks FREE of dues, due to HSAC closing on March 13. We will then resume billing as normal.

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HSAC Staff Highlight–
Bryn Hannold

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Have you considered personal training?   Maybe you aren’t even sure if it is something you “need”. The benefits of personal training are often unknown until you experience the value of working with a trainer first hand. Even just learning a few tips or implementing minor adjustments to your work out can make a big difference in your results. We recently welcomed an amazing new personal trainer to our team; Bryn Honnold. Bryn was a competitive soccer player and track athlete. An Edmonds native, he graduated from Meadowdale High School where he participated in the Sports Medicine Program as a student athletic trainer. He attended the University of Montana where he was a student senator and volunteered for the ALS Foundation. He graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Exercise Science. Bryn has worked as a physical therapy aide and an exercise specialist. His passion is to empower and...
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Balanced Habits –
March Madness Edition

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Diet Brackets Fad Diets, Counting Calories, Fasting, Juicing, High Protein, Low Fat, Whole Foods, No Carbs, Low Carbs… No wonder we are overwhelmed, discouraged and numb to the latest or greatest health trends around us. We are sick of yo-yos and bandwagons. Yet, we want to be healthier. We want to know what is real and helpful when it comes to nutrition and our overall wellness. How do we discern the peaceful, clear route amidst the crooked chaos of information? How can we stay grounded while the madness of different health messages suck the courage to try something new or better away? We are individuals with beautiful, unique stories that make us all wonderfully human. We have body strengths and weaknesses. We all have tendencies and traumas that make our approaches to health and wellness complicated. There aren’t actual quick fixes out there that thoroughly address our whole selves and...
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Family Fitness

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Harbor Square loves seeing families staying active together. When our youngest members aren’t quite old enough for their own memberships and feel a little too old for the kidZone, what is available for them? Kids are always welcome to use the racquetball courts, basketball courts, and swim during “family swim” or lifeguard hours (children must be attended by an adult member when participating in these activities). If you get a little tired of these sports in and of themselves, our fitness director, Levi Diggs, has some suggestions for fun games to play with your kids in the gym. As a parent of two kids, I, of course, want the best for them and I want them to live healthy lives. I think one of the best things I can do for my kids health is be healthy myself and model good habits. Without prompting, our kids watch me and my...
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How to check in the “right way”

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Out with the Old. In with the New! You may have noticed, there is a new barcode scanner at the front desk. Our recent update to the computers required new hardware, including a new barcode scanner. First of all, we have had our share of technical difficulties during this transition and just want to say “Thank you!!” for being patient and understanding with our service desk staff as we were troubleshooting the issues. This new scanner takes a second to read a barcode and you must hold the barcode still while it scans. It will “beep” once it has successfully scanned your barcode. Secondly, we need your help keeping our club secure and efficient. Please bring your barcode with you every time you visit the gym and check-in by scanning your barcode at the front desk. This helps us keep the club secure and ensures that our staff is available...
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Trisha Wilkerson

Health Coach’s Corner: Top New Years Resolution

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What Will 2020 Hold? Statistically, this chart represents most people, most years. With “Diet and Healthier Eating” topping the Resolutions chart, motivation most often fades and goals are often abandoned in less than 6 weeks. What will 2020 hold? Probably the same. People clearly WANT to be healthier and resolutions are a clear signal that individually and culturally this is a problem that is begging to be solved. What about you? Have you made a conscious decision to set a goal for yourself in the new year? Why do most resolutions lose their luster? How can YOU make resolutions that stick and are set up for success? When it comes to healthier eating, the plan must be achievable, realistic: • Get educated • Get prepared, get a plan and program • Get accountable Are you? • You don’t know where to start and how to approach a different way of...
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New Roles at HSAC

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Welcome! Please join us in welcoming Dakota Sheffield and Trisha Wilkerson to their new roles at HSAC. Both are familiar faces as Dakota has been with us as a personal trainer, and Trisha as a member of our Smoothie Bar and Balanced Habits teams.     Dakota is mechanically minded and is excited to implement progressive strategies as our new facilities manager. Dakota has hit the ground running, learning all there is to know about what makes the club function on the most fundamental level. He is looking forward to setting a foundation for preventative maintenance resulting in less downtime and increased longevity of equipment. Trisha brings her extensive background as a life coach and counselor to her new role as our concierge. Trisha has a heart for people and truly enjoys walking alongside our members as they journey their individual paths towards health, fitness, and wellness. As a Balanced...
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Club Updates!

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Pardon Our Dust Thank you for your patience as we have been renovating the club. We are so happy with our new “Smoothie Bar & Eats” and hope that you will really enjoy this new space when you visit the club. Moving forward, we will continue to add to the lobby renovations with a drop ceiling and new lighting. Phase II of our remodel will be the addition of pickleball courts, an extended and upgraded functional training space, a new recovery space, and the addition of new equipment. We will continue to send out information about our progress and will keep all affected spaces open as long as it is safe to do so. Les Mills Launch Week! Join us for Les Mills Launch Week! New content, new music, new exercises to keep you getting results! Drop by for these featured Les Mills launch classes between December 8th and December...
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