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Importance of Play

16 May Posted by in Fun Facts | 1 comment

Many people don’t realize that playing is not just for children. We as adults need to incorporate some form of play regularly. Many peer reviewed journals say that play helps us to become more creative, relieve stress, and feel better. All of these contribute to a better quality of life.

Imagine walking down the street and hearing laughter and hollering coming from around the corner.  You assume it is a group of kids playing.  When you turn the corner you see adults, some of whom are blindfolded and being led around by other adults.  Balls are flying through the air as the blindfolded people are trying to tag other blindfolded people.  In the midst of it all you see that these people are clearly having fun.

For years parents have been told about the importance of play for their children, but what about the importance of play for grown-ups? The National Institute for Play believes that play can dramatically transform our personal health, our relationships, the education we provide our children and the capacity of our corporations to innovate.

Perhaps you have heard the saying, ‘All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.’  There is probably more truth to the saying than most realize.  Research indicates that without play it is hard to give your best at work or at home…

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So embrace your inner child. Throw pine cones, play tag, jump in puddles, and when fall rolls around step on that crunchy leaf

Workout of the Day

Warm up-



Handstand practice!

-work on holds, wall walks, handstand walks.



5 rounds for time:

30 Dumbbell push press (20/35)

30 Burpees


GP- burpee pull-ups, scale weights to (35/45)

Z3- scale weights to 15/25, reps to 20

Z2- Scale to 3-4 rounds

Z1-Scale as needed


Cash out-

Slow block jog

  1. Deanna05-16-13

    Open gym:
    8am – 9:30am
    10:30am – 12:15pm
    1:15pm – 3:30pm

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