Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness Classes Open to the Public

 

Dates and Times:  Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and Sunday at 9:30 a.m. 

Location: St. Mary's Ryken Campus, Donnie Williams Center

Individual classes and packages available.  

Limited to 10 persons per class. Register early!

Questions? Please call Christine Jaffurs at 301-481-3703

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Youth Strength & Conditioning Classes

For 6th, 7th, and 8th graders

January 16 - January 31
Saturdays and Sundays at 10 a.m.
$55 for 6 classes
10 person limit per class
Registration Required

Location: Strength and Conditioning Room in the Donnie Williams Center, St. Mary's Ryken Campus

Questions? Please email Mr. Joseph Chirichella at joseph.chirichella@smrhs.org.

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Youth Strength & Conditioning Classes

Prerequisite: Participation in the December 2020 Strength and Conditioning Class

January 9 - January 31
Saturdays and Sundays at 8:30 a.m.
$65 for 8 classes
10 person limit per class
Registration Required

Location: Strength and Conditioning Room in the Donnie Williams Center, St. Mary's Ryken Campus

Questions? Please email Mr. Joseph Chirichella at joseph.chirichella@smrhs.org.

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Adult Strength & Conditioning Classes

February Classes

Monday, Wednesday and Friday
5:45 - 6:45 a.m.
$75 for 12 classes
10 person limit per class
Registration Required

Location: Strength and Conditioning Room in the Donnie Williams Center, St. Mary's Ryken Campus

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Nutrition Tip

Have you ever heard that a bunch of really small changes can equate to one massive change? We are going to start the process by doing one thing at a time- one small change! When you’re trying to eat healthy, it’s easy to focus on the food alone. But what about what you drink? Sugary beverages and artificial sweeteners definitely don’t do you any favors. Even fruit juice, which packs a ton of calories and sugar (albeit natural), isn’t the best option. What is the best option? It’s free, it’s widely available, it’s easily portable - it’s WATER!

This week, we want you to change what you are drinking, one drink at a time. On Monday replace one drink that contains sugar with water, on Tuesday do the same, on Wednesday do the same and progress through the week until you are not consuming any sugary drinks. The coffee question…keep drinking coffee! Drink it in moderation; we don’t want to be at home with a pounding headache. That being said, if you are dumping packets of sugar into your coffee, try to cut a little bit of sugar out each day and progress to zero! I promise the coffee will taste great - we just need your taste buds to adjust!   

Joseph Chirichella

Joseph Chirichella

Health & Wellness Director, PE Teacher