News You Can Use!
We have been so busy racing and it’s about time to recap what great things we are accomplishing. Congratulations to the following members on their results:
Run to the Rescue 5k – Melissa Schwartz (3rd PL F Overall), Chuck Medcraft (3rd PL AG), Doug Eaton
Butterfly Run 5k – Dana Moss (1st PL AG),Michael Riedhammer (2nd PL AG), Cindy Brown
Rock and Roll New Orleans Half – Shelbie Seys, Rich Silcox, Rebeca Rodriguez, Roberto Hernandez (PR)
River, Roots, and Ruts Trail Run – Howard Helbein (2nd PL AG), Irma Robinson (2nd PL AG), Mimi Reeves
Run Through Central Park – Michael Riedhammer, Armand Greyvensteyn, Cindy Brown
The Donna Half Marathon – Gineth Yibirin
I Care I Cure I Run 5k – Katie Skopp (1st PL AG)
Everglades Ultra 50k – Zachary Zweig (2nd PL AG)
Komen 6k – Teresa Basilone (1st PL AG), Jill Hanson (3rd PL AG), Robin Campbell(3rd PL AG)
A1A Ft. Lauderdale Marathon – Anne Carroll (3rd PL AG), Willie Torres, Manuela Corrales, Vilias Cherubin, Juan Catoni, Alex Birchenall
A1A Ft. Lauderdale Half Marathon – Meryl Spector (1st Half and PR), Alex Birchenall, Lee Bernstein, Andy Espy, Shawn McManus, Eric Beasley, Doug Eaton, John Redmond, Heather Wilkinson, Hayley Kirchoff, Kristin Alba, Kristin Kohler, Dana Moss, Irma Robinson, Kimberly Reyes, Sergio Yibirin, Diego Velasquez, Lorena Velasquez, Roberto Hernandez, Linda Diamond, Rich Silcox, Cary Zinkin, Jay Goldstein, Hector Mayol, Maribell Nguyen, Michelle Manley, CHristine Lada, Tiffani Nardi, Gineth Yibirin, Maida Velez-Kopet, Walkiria Salem, Celia Blandon
NWBRR has a New Sponsor
I would like to welcome a long time friend of the club, former president, and now new sponsor with her business that can make you feel absolutely recovered from whatever you put your body through in training, from injury, or race ready in preparation for your next event. Ilene Sonin is owner of Mobile CryoSuite and here is a brief introduction.
What is Whole Body Cryotherapy? First off, let’s discuss cryotherapy (or as some call it… “Cryo Therapy”/ “Cryogenic Therapy”) in and of itself first before we dive into the “whole body” aspect of it. Cryotherapy, as defined by the ever-reliable Merriam-Webster dictionary, means “the therapeutic use of cold.” Based off of this definition Cryotherapy, in the simplest of terms, is essentially, COLD THERAPY.
Let’s back up for a second, what is the purpose of cold therapy? Studies have shown that exposing the body to sub-zero temperatures, aka cold therapy, can help reduce inflammation, relieve muscles soreness, improve energy, boost endorphins, and much, much more. Nice!Now to discuss Whole Body Cryotherapy. Whole Body Cryotherapy deals with exposing the WHOLE BODY to cold temperatures… cold as in -202ºF! Wowza, that’s cold. Now how does one expose their entire body to frigid temps? Well you could stand out in the middle of Antarctica while barely wearing anything but that doesn’t sound very fun, or safe; OR you could hop on into an Impact Cryotherapy Cryosauna for a quick 3-minute Whole Body Cryotherapy session!
Ilene would like to give you more information on the treatments and is also available to book appointments. Her contact is cell# 954-415-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course there are club discounts for the service which Ilene will share. She has also offered to come out if we can get a group of 10 or more who would like to experience a sample treatment (normally $50 but only $40 to club members for the first time).
Contact me if you would like to be part of the group and we will coordinate dates and times.
Until next time, have a great week.
Northwest Broward Road Runners
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