Local gymnastic club offering programs for everyone

first_imgAlong with these three programs, the club also offers drop in classes, where anyone interested in participating is welcome to attend, work out with the coaches and use any of the gym’s equipment. This drop in class is not only for gymnasts; a group of snowboarders use the facility to train while there is a lack of snow on the ground.Erin Hipkiss, the club’s Recreational Coordinator, says with all the exciting programs the club’s popularity has been growing substantially. She attributes its growing attraction to a very successful summer program, which has carried over into this year.Hipkiss also spoke about the future plans for the gymnastic program, which look very promising as the club will be getting a new coach from Russia, Andrey Bekov, who has an impressive history in the sport, and currently is training some of the Junior National team.She says all of these unique experiences offered through the club are its way of “redefining what happens in the building.”Advertisement This year, the facility is offering a wide array of programs designed to cater to all levels of gymnasts, as well as all demographics interested in physical activity.Aside from regular gymnastic lessons, some of the programs offered through the club include Gymnaestrada, a combination of gymnastics and dance.Another popular choice the club’s boot camps, hour long training sessions where participants take part in a variety of exercises using the gymnastic equipment, designed for cardio, weight loss and strength training, but delivered in a fun and exciting atmosphere.- Advertisement -Currently, the club is in its third week of its boot camp program, which runs until Dec. 17 and starts up again after the New Year. The program runs Tuesdays and Thursday from 9-10 a.m. and costs $220 for the full four months. Anyone interested is encouraged to come try the program. The club is offering a first free class to get a taste of what is involved.The facility also offers a day care program for class participants, where children are supervised in a room with some of the club’s coaches.The program now offers a unique, new program called Parkour, an activity where the participant uses speed and gymnastics to creatively manoeuvre through their environment. The sport has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and is even being considered being added as an event at the X-Games.Advertisementlast_img read more

SWEDISH STAR IBRAHIMOVIC IS PUBLIC ENEMY NO.1 IN MILFORD!

first_imgSwedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has cruelly taunted Ciaran Clark after his OG in yesterday’s 1-1 draw with Sweden, in Ireland’s opening match in EURO 2016. Ibrahimovic failed to dazzle the Irish defence, which was largely down to Clark who had an excellent match. However, the Aston Villa defender unfortunately headed past Darren Randolph in the 71st minute, after the PSG star went past John O’Shea.He cruelly laughed about the OG after the match in the post-game press conference, saying it was ‘magic’ and that he made Clarke put the ball in the net.How do I make defenders score? I gave the cross and he headed it into the goal,” Ibrahimovic told reporters.“Was it magic? Maybe you should ask him.” The comments will not go down well in Milford, as Clark qualifies to play for Ireland through his grandmother who was from Milford.Ireland face Belgium on Saturday and will go in to that game in buoyant mood after yesterday’s excellent performance.   SWEDISH STAR IBRAHIMOVIC IS PUBLIC ENEMY NO.1 IN MILFORD! was last modified: June 14th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Ciaran ClarknewssoccerSportlast_img read more

Ranveer Singh and Meezaan recreate Padmaavat moment dancing to Malhari at a wedding. Watch video

first_imgRanveer Singh and Meezaan relived the Padmaavat days recently at a wedding when they set the dance floor on fire dancing to the song Malhari from the film. In a viral video, Ranveer is seen dancing to his hit dance number from Padmaavat with Malaal actor Meezaan.In the video, while Ranveer and Meezaan are seen dancing like there’s no tomorrow, Abhishek Bachchan is also seen having a gala time. The video is from a wedding which was attended by many Bollywood celebrities.Ranveer Singh knows Meezaan since Padmaavat days. Meezaan worked as an assistant director for the film. Interestingly, the newcomer, while he was still an AD, stepped in for the Gully Boy actor for two scenes in Padmaavat.In a recent interview on Zoom TV, the actor revealed that he appeared in two scenes in Padmaavat when Ranveer Singh couldn’t shoot, due to some brand commitments. He said, “I was assisting Sanjay [Leela Bhansali] sir on Padmaavat. I was on the set when they were discussing how it was going to be difficult to shoot some scenes because Ranveer was unavailable due to a brand commitment. But Sanjay sir said ‘we’ll do it’, and to my surprise, he turned to me and said I should do it. The next day on the set, they asked me to memorise all Ranveer’s gestures and lines.”advertisementMeezaan added, “There are two scenes in Padmaavat where I stood in for Ranveer Singh.”Meezaan is making his Bollywood debut with director Mangesh Hadawale’s Malaal. The film is being produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Padmavat director’s niece, Sharmin Segal, is also making her big screen debut with the film. Malaal is set to release on July 5.ALSO READ | Malaal actor Meezaan stepped in for Ranveer Singh in Padmaavat. Details hereALSO READ | Meezaan on being called love child of Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh: It’s a big compliment ALSO READ | Meezaan wants to marry Navya Naveli Nanda. But there is a twistALSO WATCH | Ranveer Singh on 83: It is one of the greatest sports stories recorded in historylast_img read more