ForeCourt - April 2019

April 2019

44 Cray Street, Cumberland, RI 02864


A Chance to Recharge Finding Warmer Weather and New Workouts

and it shows in every interaction you have here. Even the kids have a fun time in Zumbini classes and day care. We’ve enjoyed a great indoor season this year and have seen some impressive skills on the courts. With the competitive school season starting back up, we say goodbye and good luck to our high school teams as they return to their home courts. It’s our privilege to host them during the winter and help these student-athletes stay at the top of their game. The players are able to maintain and refine their skills here on our indoor courts, and we enjoy helping them get ready to ace the next season. We wish them luck in their matches! On a personal note, I’m excited to share that my daughter, Lindsay, has accepted a full-time position with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Rhode Island. This means she is moving on from her position at Fore Court, and while we’ll miss her a lot around here, this is an exciting new adventure for Lindsay and an opportunity for her to be part of a cause she feels passionate about. We’re excited to see where this journey takes her. Have a great start to your spring, and until next time, -Dave Morin

with resistance training on the floor. The program is individualized to each person and focuses on quick intervals to keep things interesting. If bigger classes haven’t worked for you or have felt intimidating in the past, the smaller groups in Tread and Shred might be just what you’ve been looking for. It’s open to all ages and skill levels, so reach out if you’re interested. There’s something for everyone at Fore Court. From Les Mills classes, like GRIT and Body Pump, to individual weight lifting with trainers available to help you get stronger, there are so many options for staying fit. I know many of you appreciate the social aspect of the club — it’s something I appreciate too. Many of our good friends are Fore Court members (it’s also where Linda and I met). Since its early days, the club has brought together a community of active, motivated folks,

After a cold winter, I’m enjoying this early spring weather! Anyone else? Last month, Linda and I got an early taste of the sun when we took a vacation to Mexico. It was a nice chance to recharge and slow down for a few days. We soaked in the warmer weather and relished the relaxing days by the beach with our good friends. I tried to bring that relaxed mindset back with me to share with all of you — as well as some of the sunshine! While spring weather can be unpredictable in New England, the club makes it easy to stay fit and get a great workout all year round. Our fantastic group fitness director, Melissa, is always looking for ways to bring fun and engaging classes to the club. She recently added the Tread and Shred program to our lineup, which is a small-group training class that alternates interval sets on the treadmill

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