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Commit to get fit Challenge - ITS Group - week 4

May

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Last week was the big ITS Table Tennis competition. An eagerly awaited tournament that had the enterants* picking up, what had formly been know as, a ping-pong bat for the first time since Atari Pong was invented (talking of which go to google images and type in "atari breakout").

 

Atari Pong

 

*All but one, Jane is a dab hand with the bat and the bookies had already closed shop and paid out on a win.

Monday lunch time was upon us and we gathered round two table tennis tables. All except Carol, where was Carol and why was Paolo there? In a switcharooney, much the same as Game of Thrones' Imp's Trial by Combat, Carol had a ringer.

 

Pool one wiiner: Jane

Pool one runner-up: Debs

Pool two winner: Paolo

Pool two runner-up: Angi

3rd place: Debs

2nd place: Jane

1st place: Paolo "The Ringer"

 

ITS CTFG Table Tennis winner 2013

Thanks to Sandy for arranging the tournament and supplying the winners trophy.

 

New activities for individual ITS members last week included fencing, life circuits, beginners running, core lecture and core training. One particularly tired team member had tried childcare, Carol had a bike accident Cry, but this week's alternative prize goes to Jeremy who flew out to Italy took on Pisa Baptistery's steps.

 

Finally, as IT we decided to have a look at some of the health and fitness programs and apps that are available. As that was a bit too time consuming we looked at ourselves and looked at what we were already using:-
Running and Cycling

Route planners
http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/ (webpage and app)
http://www.mapmyrun.com/ (also with activity monitor and food log)
GPS Trackers
http://www.strava.com/
Yoga

Simply Yoga
http://is.gd/U9j0YZ
Health Checker

From Channel 4's Embarrassing Bodies
http://is.gd/3ZUaUD (app also available)
Calorie King
http://www.calorieking.com/
Skiing

My Altitude
http://is.gd/G8x41i (also for cycling and walking)
Ski Tracks
http://is.gd/y2Fgj4
Fitness

Apps for Press-ups, squats, pull-ups and sit-ups
http://www.rittr.com/
Everything

Youtube has been used for allsorts of instruction and injury management