Are you interested in signing up for Walk Wisconsin, but want a fun and motivational walking partner? E-mail Traci Smet with your name and availability to start a walking group!
Location for Awards ceremony has changed: The closing ceremony and awards for MCWR will be held at Ben Franklin Junior High in the Auditorium on April11th. Doors open at 5:00pm, Ceremony begins at 6:00pm. Event should conclude around 6:30pm. Be sure to mark this change in your calendar!
Update on team standings
Take a picture and post to Facebook or send to Traci Smet at email@example.com. Challenges expire March 28th at midnight!
Team: Get your team together and build a 1 foot tower or pyramid out of healthy food items from your kitchen. You many use other household items to help your creation stand. Your team will be awarded 5 points if you complete this challenge.
Individual: Your challenge this week is to show us how you relax and take time for yourself. It is crucial to your health to incorporate this time into your day and you should be awarded for it! You will receive 5 points upon completion of this challenge.
Tuesday's Presentation: A Panel Party
Is there still an exercise, nutrition, medical, or lifestyle related topic you’re still unclear about? Join our panel of experts; including, Deborah Tang from UWSP (nutrition), Lee Zagrzebski from Anytime Fitness (exercise), Jodi Strong APNP/Diabetologist from Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital (medical), and Patti Boettcher from UWSP (lifestyle) on March 26th from 5:30-6:30 at the Ministry 2501 building. Deborah Tang will be pulling goodies from her food pantry to give away so you don’t want to miss out!
Presentation Review: The Power of Protein
Joanne Teifer and her protein expert team from Revive Wellness Club shared an intriguing presentation on “The Power of Protein” this past Tuesday. Protein is a macro-nutrient that builds and repairs tissues in the body, which is why it’s key to having a healthy diet; having less than 50% protein stores and the body cannot survive. By eating the correct amount of protein one can feel less fatigued, have more energy, have a higher resting metabolism, and manage hunger cravings. There are many different forms of protein; animal protein to plant protein. Animal protein; eggs, meat, and dairy, are the sources of protein that provide the body with the 8 essential amino acids it needs. Plant protein; pea, rice, nuts, and beans, need to be mixed together for the body to receive all the 8 essential amino acids it needs. The amount of protein an individual requires varies from person to person; but as a general guideline, a physically active 200lb male needs about 100-200g while a physically active 100lb female would need between 50-100g. Having the proper amount of protein in your diet could change your life! Contact Revive for more information on the protein in your diet that’s just right for you! To view this presentation click here
Please note all workshops require advance sign-up. Register be emailing your name and which workshop to MinistryCWR@live.com or by calling 715.346.5416 with the same information.
5:00-6:00pm Zumba (beginner to advanced)
6:00-6:30 Progressive Muscle Relaxation (beginner to advanced) Learn how to control the state of tension in your muscles through guided imagery. Bring a yoga mat or towel!