UMA Workout/Cookout (June 2013)

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Time: Sunday, June 30th, 2013 · 12:30pm – 3:30pm

Location: outside the Unbridled Martial Arts studio

Info: Come burn some calories and then put some right back on!
This Sunday bring friends and family and your favorite food to throw on the grill.
We will do an outdoor weightlifting and MMA circuit for 45 minutes and then eat, drink, and celebrate the weekend!

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15 stations for three minutes each
Sledgehammers, Kettlebells, Weight clubs & Free weights
Tractor tires, Dips & Pull-ups station
Escrima sticks, Hanging & Stationary Punching Bags, Speedbag
Machines: Butterfly, Bench Press, Squat, Lat Pull-down, Low Row, Seated Incline Abdominal, Leg Extension, Single Arm Cable Lateral Raises, Tricep Rope Push-down; and more…

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Workout starts at 1pm. Eating by 2pm. Outdoor games until 3pm.

Testimonial

Tired of the monotony of the treadmill at the gym, I decided to attend a kickboxing class, Unbridled Martial Arts, taught by Rob Eis. Not knowing what to expect, I prepared for an uncomfortable experience, with a lot of yelling, sweating, and confusing maneuvers. What I found was a small, friendly group of people of all different fitness levels, learning side by side. I wasn’t the only new person. Rob took the time to teach us the basic techniques with concise directions, allowing us to go at our own pace until we felt comfortable enough to try more advanced routines. As the month went on, I began to look forward to the one-hour classes, knowing Rob would have a new exciting sequence for us to learn, accompanied with excellent warm-up stretches and light cardio exercises. Few classes offer the personalized and individual attention that Rob’s class does. I would recommend the class to anyone interested in breaking out of a workout rut. In addition to achieving a healthier lifestyle, participants will learn to appreciate the unique strengths of their bodies, and improve upon their weaknesses, in a non-judgmental atmosphere. And chances are, some great friends will be made in the process.

~ Allison Schneider, Newsroom Assistant/ Staff Writer

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