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JUNE | JULY 2015

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JUNE / JULY 2015 | Washington Athletic Club Magazine | 53 ATHLETIC PROGRAMS Fitness Classes 206.839.4781 • Aquatics 206.464.3086 • wac.net/athletics Deep Water Aerobics Using fitness disciplines, this class offers a safe and challenging water-based workout that includes cardio conditioning, body toning, and exhilaration in deep water. Monday : 11–11:45 am Joints in Motion Ease joint and muscle pain. This class takes participants through gentle range- of-motion, joint-mobility and flexibility exercises. It is appropriate for those suffering from arthritis or muscle pain and stiffness or those recovering from an injury. Wednesday: 10:30–11 am; free with Fitness Advantage Masters Swim Team Join coach Eric Williamson for organized workouts to enhance endurance and improve stroke technique. Master swimmers are encouraged to attend practice regularly and to compete. Email masterscoach@wac. net for more information. Monday–Thursday: 6:30–7:30 pm; $30/month Private Swim Lessons The WAC aquatics team offers lessons designed to suit anyone's needs. Private lessons are available during family swim times, based on availability. Private lessons: $35 per lesson, $120 four-lesson package Semiprivate lessons (two-person limit) : $45 per lesson, $160 four-lesson package; Prices based on 30-minute lesson. Cancel 24 hours in advance for refund Tri/Cycle Swim Workouts A WAC Tri/Cycle Club pool workout. All lap swimmers welcome. Tuesday/Thursday: 6–7 am; free COURT SPORTS Badminton Nights The WAC gym hosts open badminton play on the first and third Wednesdays of every month. First and third Wednesdays: 7:30–9:30 pm; free for WAC members Basketball Coach—Donald Watts Donald Watts, a former Husky and professional basketball player, brings his master coaching to the WAC. Washington State Consensus Player of the Year in 1995, Watts reached his heights in Seattle with two NCAA appearances. He motivates with a progressive technique that combines the mental, physical and technical aspects of the game. Sign up to work on your game one- on-one, with a partner, or in a small group. Contact Darin Barr at 206.464.3074 or dbarr@wac.net Basketball (Women's Team) Interested in playing for the Women's WAC Basketball Team? If you're a female WAC member age 21 or older, contact Athletics Program Manager Darin Barr at 206.464.3074 or dbarr@wac.net. Handball Instruction Members of the WAC Handball Club are offering free instruction for beginner and intermediate players by appointment. WAC members of all ages are welcome. Come experience the game of handball. Contact Athletic Programs Manager Darin Barr at 206.464.3074 or dbarr@wac.net International Court Soccer (ICS) International Court Soccer is played on a racquetball or squash court using a specifically designed ball. Traditionally, the game is played one-on-one. ICS appeals to a range of ages and skill levels. ICS soccer balls can be checked out at the 6th Floor Sport Shop. Court reservations: 206.464.3095 Info: www.internationalcourtsoccer.com Racquetball Events The WAC Racquetball Club invites all players to these weekly events, which take place on the 8th Floor courts. Gather in the Sports Café at the appointed time. No cost, no reservations required. Monday: Beginners' night, 5:30 pm Wednesday: Challenge court night, 5:30 pm Saturday: Juniors' time, 9–11 am Squash Quickie Join the Squash Club for fun tourna- ment-style play. Each Wednesday and Saturday, the squash courts are home to a handicapped event for all skill levels. Just show up and play. Wednesday: 6 pm Saturday: 10 am 6th Floor courts Tennis Pro—Ryan Pang Improve your swing with WAC Tennis Pro Ryan Pang, a former collegiate player and assistant coach at Santa Clara University with international tournament credentials. Ryan coaches WAC members at various courts on Mercer Island. $75/hour private; $40/hour each for two people; $27/hour each for three people; $21/hour each for four people. For more information and to book lessons, contact Ryan at 425.985.8276 or inthezone10s@yahoo.com GOLF Golf Pro—Alex Dunlop Using PGA Tour–proven technology, Alex Dunlop specializes in video swing anal- ysis that allows you to view your swing frame-by-frame and break down every nuance and movement. He can even com- pare your swing side-by-side with the PGA and LPGA tour professionals of your choice, matching each position against the greatest golfers in the world. To learn more about Alex's teaching philosophy, services, or to schedule a lesson, contact Alex. Lessons are offered at The Golf Club at Newcastle and Hotel 1000. Contact Alex Dunlop at 206.225.4526 or alex@alexdunlopgolf.com TRIATHLON Triathlon Coaching with Julie Vieselmeyer Julie Vieselmeyer offers personalized coach- ing, custom training plans, consultations, group workouts, and more to support tri- athletes, runners, and other endurance ath- letes. She earned a master's degree in sport and performance psychology from the University of Denver and is certified by USA Triathlon and USA Track & Field. With more than a decade of coaching and elite-level triathlon experience, Julie helps athletes of all ages and levels achieve their best. Consultation: $75/hour, personalized coaching: $250/month, beginning triathlon program: $600 (16 weeks); contact Julie at 206.859.9881 or TriCoachJulie@gmail.com Meet the Instructors on www.wac.net

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