Aquacise to be tri­alled down at the pool

South Waikato News - - ENTERTAINMENT - By GILLY ALEXAN­DER

Pu­taruru Aquacise:

We are hav­ing a three-week trial start­ing this Wed­nes­day at 11.30am at the Pu­taruru Pools to gauge the in­ter­est of aquacise.

If you would like to come along please join us, we would love to see you – all wel­come! Cost will be pool en­try and maybe a small fee.

Any ques­tions call Gilly on 027 471 5968.

Pu­taruru/Ti­rau Walk­ing

We had our first walk in Pu­taruru last week, and Ti­rau this week – thank you to those peo­ple who joined the walk.

Next week on De­cem­ber 10, I am un­able to make it but if any­one is in­ter­ested in hav­ing a walk meet at the Wa­ter Park in Pu­taruru at 9.30am.

Ex­er­cise Christ­mas

Get ac­tive – ev­ery chance to move is an op­por­tu­nity not an in­con­ve­nience!

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Over the hol­i­day sea­son you may have more time on your hands so make ex­er­cise and move­ment a pri­or­ity. Sched­ule ex­tra train­ing ses­sions, walk at the beach, walk more and drive less and take ev­ery op­por­tu­nity to move your body.

Al­ways have a pair of sneak­ers or walk­ing shoes with you so you can take ad­van­tage of any op­por­tu­ni­ties to be ac­tive

In­clude some planned ex­er­cise each day – try to main­tain those good ex­er­cise habits you have de­vel­oped through­out the year.

En­cour­age phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity, take a fris­bee or bat and ball with you on pic­nics.

Have a go at new ac­tiv­i­ties – roller blad­ing/ fris­bee/ wind surf­ing/ bike rid­ing/ swing ball/hacky sack.

Play with your chil­dren. They en­joy­ing when you watch their games but they love when you play with them.

If you are on va­ca­tion, walk­ing or cy­cling is the best way to be­come fa­mil­iar with your hol­i­day lo­ca­tion.

It is im­por­tant to re­mem­ber that lit­tle bits of ex­er­cise are bet­ter than noth­ing.

Toko­roa Hash House Har­ri­ers

The Toko­roa Hash House Har­ri­ers are ex­er­cis­ing on a mys­tery trail at 6pm tonight at The Olde Es­tab­lish­ment, Man­ner­ing St. Come and join in and have some fun.

It’s not all hard work, you do get to rest sev­eral times – walk­ing or run­ning.

Sport Maker – Nom­i­nate a Sport­ing Vol­un­teer

You might of no­ticed the Sport Maker posters around town with our ev­ery own War­ren Good­hue.

Ev­ery month mer­chan­dise is dis­trib­uted through­out the Waikato re­gion so keep those nom­i­na­tions com­ing in.

From the coaches and of­fi­cials, to the uni­form wash­ers and ad­min­is­tra­tors, a Sport Maker is some­one who vol­un­teers their time and ef­fort for sport in the Waikato re­gion.

Nom­i­nate the Sport Maker that makes a dif­fer­ence in your sport by click­ing on the link be­low.

All nom­i­nees go in the monthly draw for the chance to re­ceive some awe­some sport­ing gear!

Take the time to nom­i­nate and re­ward a lo­cal Sport Maker who helps you and your sport. www. sport­wai kato.org

Han­dles all day/night Card draw 5pm • Club draw 7pm 8 - Ball 7.30pm - Ham 1st prize

5.30pm on­wards $6.50 Quartz

2 for $10 Wood­stocks/Cruis­ers

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