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Summer Bootcamp Workout
August 23 @ 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm PDT
An event every 2 weeks that begins at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, repeating until September 28, 2023
This is a group fitness class with a focus on muscle strength, endurance, and complete muscle development.
Activity Lead: Olga Gaistruk
Fitness / Difficulty Level:
Any- We can work together and modify the exercises/weights to your current fitness level whether you are a beginner or think you are an expert. 😉
Morrill Meadows Park – by the playground near the Kent YMCA.
*Park in the parking lot on the YMCA side by the grass. We usually meet by the basketball courts.
Workouts will vary each week and include warm up timed “work” segments, small breaks, and sprints (if able, if not we will find substitutions). It will be important to attend weekly if possible, to ensure the balance of the exercises.
What to Bring:
– Water Bottle
– Towel (sweat towel)
Contact Elisa at (206).588.6168 or [email protected]
The More You Know:
There are 6 different angles in which you can hit almost every muscle group. The key to developing your full potential (in any fitness goal) is to develop muscle evenly with specific attention to the balance of anterior/posterior, lateral/medial and distal/proximal aspects. Not only will this help you achieve your goals, but often relieves or prevents injuries.
Meet Olga! 😀
I’ve been a Recovery Beyond member since the beginning of 2021. I found out about the organization through Scott Brown’s social media posts and have been actively involved ever since, participating in and leading the hikes, fitness activities and community events. I am a former professional athlete and now a tennis coach, and have been in sobriety since January 2021. I love being outdoors and lead an active lifestyle, and believe in the healing power of nature, mountains and physical activity. I am originally from Ukraine, but moved to the United States to play tennis for the University of Maryland, where I received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. I like to use my knowledge of the human body and my athletic background while designing the fitness workouts for Recovery Beyond, and believe that fitness should be fun and accessible for all. I think socializing and being a part of a supportive community is an essential part of recovery, and Recovery Beyond has been instrumental in providing that for me. I hope to share the opportunity of starting anew and healing with more people in recovery.