WINTER YOUTH WRESTLING PROGRAMS
The Cardinal Kids program is designed for Kindergarten through 2nd graders and will be a Saturday morning program starting on Jan. 5 through March 2. The program will be held at the Riverside Wrestling Room from 9 to 10:15 a.m.
The Junior Cardinal program is designed for kids in third through fifth grades; practices will be held twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at FDL High School, Wrestling Room. Registration for both programs will be held 30 minutes prior to the first practice. The cost is $20 per wrestler and is payable at registration.
For additional information, call the Rec. Dept. or check the club website - www.fdlwrestlingclub.com
NEW YEAR - NEW YOU!
The Recreation Department is offering a unique program starting in early January. With the New Year comes New Year's Resolutions involving exercise, dieting, weight loss and more. Here is an opportunity for you to have some of those common "why" questions answered; why should a person drink a lot of water, why is protein important, simple vs. complex sugars, what sugars are bad for you and why, why should carbohydrates be avoided at certain times of the day? This program will incorporate health and wellness questions on nutrition, exercise, vitamins and minerals. Learn what foods will fuel your body, learn how to eat healthy without spending lots of money, learn how to make exercise a part of your busy life. Get motivated to start exercising, lose weight, eat better and start the New Year off with renewed energy.
The sessions will meet on Saturdays, Jan. 12 and Feb. 9 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Recreation Department. The cost is $10 per person. Register at the Recreation Department, 85 Morningside Drive.
The sessions will be facilitated by Amy Puls, RN, BSN, and Chad Kohlmann, CS, CSCS, owner of CK Fitness and Kettlebellsromhome.com
SPEED, AGILITY & STRENGTH CAMP
The FDL Recreation Department is offering a new program for third through fifth grade boys and girls. The camp is designed to improve the athleticism of young children whether they are interested in sports or not. The primary goal of this program is to keep young children healthy and at their highest level of fitness. Camp goals will include, improving speed and agility, strength and vertical jump, build power and explosiveness, decrease potential for injuries, develop proper conditioning techniques and confidence in athletic skills, and most importantly have fun in fitness.
The camp is scheduled for two days a week alternating days, Mondays through Thursdays at Chegwin, Roberts, Evans, or Rosenow starting on Jan. 7. The class will meet from 4 to 5:15 p.m.