August 2018

News

1001 S. 74th St., Belleville, IL 62223
618-398-2778

 
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CLASS CHANGES

  • Monday
    New Class POPS at 4:15 pm with Crystal Nesbit, Special Education teacher, Certified Group Fitness Instructor, Fitness Class for Individuals with Physical and Mental Disabilities, ages 12-35
    Begins---August 20, 2018
  • Wednesday
    4:30 TRX is moving  from Monday to Wednesday.
    Begins---August 22, 2018
  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday
    Barre Fusion and Yoga will be held upstairs-all purpose room
    Begins---August 20, 2018
  • Don’t forget Zumba
    Monday nights at 6:30 pm – 7:15 pm
    with Katrina
 

HIT A PLATEAU?

PERSONAL TRAINING
Try H.I.I.T.
(High Intensity Interval Training)
One on one or Group training

  • Burn more calories at rest and during exercise
  • Break through that weight plateau
  • Decrease body fat
  • Increase lean muscle
  • Fun & exciting – never get bored

Try it out during our special

11 sessions for the price of 10

Purchase 10--½ hour sessions or 10--1 hour sessions and receive one session FREE.

This special is available thru the month of August.

All personal training packages expire 6 months from date of purchase.

 

BEGINNING AUGUST 16th
CHILD CARE WILL NO LONGER BE OFFERED.

 

INTERESTED IN LEARNING PILATES?

Please leave your name and phone number at the front desk. One of our Pilates instructors will contact you to set up a one on one trial session with you.  The cost: 3 one hour sessions---$135.00 or
5 half hour sessions---$125.00. Complete these introductory sessions to begin the regular classes!

The Summer Pilates session continues through September 1st.
A new session will start after Labor Day.

 

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SUMMER PRODUCE AT ITS BEST

Summer is a great time to include more fruits and vegetables in your meal plan. Having your own garden, visiting Farmers Markets or the produce section at the grocery store gives you a variety of choices

One way to enjoy the abundance of produce is to make salsa. There are many preparations but salsa generally refers to raw or near-raw sauces used as dips. It often includes tomatoes but other fruits such as peach, melon, mango or pineapple can be a base. Cucumbers, corn, onions, peppers, garlic and herbs are delicious in a salsa. They are great with chips but do very well served with chicken, fish or meats.

Here is one of my favorite summer salsas to serve with chips or as a side dish.  It includes a variety of healthy ingredients including black beans for fiber and olive oil, a healthy fat that should be part of a healthy meal plan. It comes from the Junior League of St. Louis cookbook "St. Louis Days, St. Louis Nights":


1 15 oz. can of shoe peg corn, drained
(I use fresh corn from the cob when available- 2 cups)
2 15 oz. cans of black beans, rinsed and drained
6 Tbsp. olive oil
6 Tbsp. lime juice
½ cup chopped red onion
¼ cup cilantro (optional)
1 ½ tsp. cumin
1/2 tsp. salt
1 cup chopped tomato
1 jalapeno, chopped (optional)

Combine everything except tomatoes. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Add tomatoes just before serving. Serves 12

Please eat and exercise responsibly.
Bernie Cook, RDN, LDN
August 2018

 

 


BHSC appreciates your loyalty and we look forward to serving you for years to come.

 
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PUSH AND RELEASE

The front and back doors are locked in the morning and evening for our members safety.

Press the button ONCEDO NOT hold the button down. The door will be released momentarily.

 
 
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DRIVE SAFELY
CHILDREN ARE OUT OF SCHOOL