RevUP

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J. Thomas Lovell Jr. Community Center
901 NE Bluestem Drive
Lee's Summit, MO 64086

Contact:
Sal Badali
Recreation Supervisor of RevUp 
(816) 969-1513 or Email sbadali@cityofls.net 

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RevUP- Fitness Matters. Wellness Works

RevUp is a comprehensive wellness program designed to help you achieve your health goals. With detailed fitness assessments, top-notch, individualized personal training, and effective nutrition guidance you can take the right steps to reaching your highest level of wellness possible. There has never been a better time to begin the journey to a healthier you!

RevUP

A 6-week all inclusive wellness program with the accountability you need to reach your weight loss goals, make incredible changes, and have a healthy lifestyle!

 RevUP is now available for just $99, and you still receive all this...

  • 6 week membership to Lovell Community Center, Longview Community Center, Gamber Community Center
  • Pre/post comprehensive assessments 
  • Weekly small group personal training programs scheduled to your convenience
  • Nutrition classes based on Healthy Eating Every Day content
  • Accountability to help you reach your goals

RevUP Sessions begin every six weeks for community members!

Ask about RevUP for your corporation, church or school!


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Already been through RevUp? Try our ReLoad program!

Lee's Summit Parks & Recreation is fortunate to have the opportunity to partner with Lee's Summit Medical Center to offer ReLoad at a more affordable cost!

ReLoad is just $85 and you still receive...

  • Pre and post fitness assessments
  • Weekly 60 minute personal training sessions
  • 6 week membership to Lovell Community Center, Gamber Community Center, and Longview Community Center!

 Register online!


HEED - Healthy Eating Every Day

Lovell  Community Center is pleased to announce Healthy Eating Every Day—a course that helps you change your habits for good. Whether you want to learn how to use healthy shopping strategies, identify healthy options when eating away from home, or cope with stress and other triggers to bad eating habits, Healthy Eating Every Day will teach you how to achieve your goals.

Healthy Eating Every Day classes meet each week for 12 weeks. Cost is $99 for a member & $119 for a non-member and includes Healthy Eating Every Day workbook, access to the program’s website, and online study resources.


LCC 24 Hour Cancellation Policy. A 24 hour notice of cancellation or change in your personal training appointment is required at the LCC. If an appointment is cancelled or changed within less than 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, a refund will NOT be processed. In the event of a cancellation by the trainer prior to the 24 hour notice, the appointment may be rescheduled or refunded. In the event of a cancellation by the trainer less than 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, you may reschedule your appointment and will receive an additional 15 minutes of service at no charge.

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7 Tips for Staying Hydrated

1. Drink before you’re thirsty. Need to quench your thirst? Chances are you’re already dehydrated. Your best defense against dehydration? Drinking water on a consistent basis, so you never reach the point of thirst.

2. Take frequent water breaks. While you may not want to disrupt your workout for a water break, taking a time out for some much-needed liquid will pay off in the long run. Drink 8 to 10 ounces of water (about one full glass) before starting any activity. Once the games begin, drink another 7 to 10 ounces every 20 to 30 minutes.

3. Track your intake. Many people don’t know how much water they should drink daily—or even how much water they’re typically downing. If you’re sipping on a 16-ounce bottle, drink 8 of them each day—and even more if you’re exercising heavily.

4. Consider an electrolyte drink. Working out for more than an hour? Consider sipping a sports drink—or nibbling on some pretzels or a banana to restore lost electrolytes (minerals in the blood that regulate bodily systems). Your body loses important electrolytes like sodium, potassium and chloride when you sweat. A good sports drink can help you replenish them. Coconut water is a great choice, but there are a slew of healthy, low-sugar options on the market.

5. Munch on water-rich produce. Water-packed snacks, including melon, berries, bell peppers and grapes, are all good options. A bonus: All of these foods boast a decent hit of electrolytes, too!

6. Step on the scale. Weigh yourself before and after a workout. If the scale shows a loss, replenish it with water (gulp 20 to 24 ounces of water for every pound lost). If you’ve lose 3 percent or more of your body weight, chances are you’re severely dehydrated.

7. Watch your urine stream. It may seem gross, but checking your pee is probably the best way to determine whether you’re dehydrated. If it looks like watered down, colored lemonade, you’re probably in the clear. But if it’s a deep yellow or light orange, you’re probably not drinking enough fluid.

 Keep in mind that heat exhaustion happens quickly—especially during summertime activities—and it can easily turn into heat stroke, a dangerous condition that can lead to organ damage, seizures, coma and even death.  If you feel dehydrated, dizzy or overheated, get out of the sun, sip some water and apply cooling compresses to your head, neck and chest.

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Before RevUP I had almost no energy, didn't have much desire to work out and was making  poor eating choices. Several people at the Police Department had told me of the results they had so I thought I would give it a try. My initial goal was to lose enough weight to Zip Line during a family vacation to celebrate my youngest son graduating high school. I achieved that goal plus some. I am now in reload and still working hard and losing the pounds.   I highly recommend this for anyone that is fighting the battle to stay healthy.                          

      -Rodger Bowers 

 

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RevUp is the single best thing I have ever done for my physical well-being! I believe the combination of the nutrition classes and personal training were the key to my success. The MyFitnessPal app, made it a cinch to track both my food and exercise. Turning that information in each week kept me accountable and allowed my fitness coach to review my diaries and offer suggestions during my weekly coach calls. The before and after assessments showed the positive results of my hard work! I lost weight, gained muscle, and improved my cholesterol, triglycerides, blood sugar, heart rate and flexibility. I would recommend this program to anyone of any age who would like to lose weight, build strength and endurance, and improve their overall health. I was a 59-year-old with poor eating habits and a sedentary life style. In July, I will be a 60-year-old who is healthier and more fit than I have been in years!  Trust me, if I can achieve success through RevUp, anyone can! What a great team!!!”

-Pat Huskey

 

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In August 2011 I weighed 209 pounds, although I knew what I should be doing I didn’t have anyone holding me accountable. In January 2012 I joined RevUP and in 12 weeks I lost 19 pounds. I continue logging my food and working out and ended up losing at total of 50 pounds and weighed 159 pounds 6 months later. I easily kept the weight off for 3 years. In 2015 I got lazy, I stopped logging my food and working out. As a result I gained 30 pounds back. I was so disappointed with myself so I reenrolled in the RevUP and quickly lost 18 pounds. RevUP is a great program to get you back into a routine, provide you with nutrition tips to and gives you a team of people to keep you on track!

-Jodi Bell