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The Keycard reader is working again!! Thanks for your patience.
The keycard reader on our building lock has failed and will be replaced in the next few weeks. In the meantime all keycard holders have been assigned a personal pin number to use at the front door. The indoor pool lock will still need your CARD to unlock. Please call Candace for your new pin number to open the front door of building.
Thanks for your patience and sorry for inconvenience.
Due to some security concerns we will be moving back opening date to June 1st. All equipment will be moved out of the existing wellness center Thursday and Friday May 18/19th. Thank you for your patience as we try to make the wellness center the best and safest place for you to workout!
We all have stress in some form in our lives, rather it be from work, school, family or other daily obligations, it can wreck havoc on our well-being. Stress is not only linked to depression and anxiety it can also cause weight gain and other physical symptoms. Alleviating stress is a big deal and it is easier than you might think.
Exercise is a great way to alleviate stress. When you exercise endorphin’s get released, and you get what some call a runners high. This uplifting experience makes you want to keep coming back for more.
Our bodies natural response to stress is fight or flight, fortunately most of the stress we are under does not require a fight or flight response, however we still get that same rush. When you exercise that helps to release that natural response in a healthy way.
If you are doing an exercise you love with people you enjoy hanging out with it can make stress seem to disappear. For some sweating out the stress of the day with others is the best way to alleviate stress, for others this is just more stressful and they would prefer to go pound the pavement alone. Which ever your style and need get out there and find an exercise you love to do to help lower your stress level.
Exercise helps you feel better by decreasing anxiety and feelings of depression as well as helping you sleep which has also been shown to help you feel better.
Finding an exercise you enjoy and can schedule in at least 3 times a week preferably 6, is a great way to alleviate stress and help you feel better all around.