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--ears-an more than games The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department is concerned about your quality of life. Park facilities and recrea- tion activities are a vital ingredient of your indi- vidual health program. You choose leisure activities for many reasons. Among these may be a need for creativ- ity, a need to learn new skills, a need to learn or ex- press new ideas, a need to make new friends, a need to get in better physical condi- tion, a need to get along with others, a need to relieve stress, a basic need for fun and enjoyment. The choice is yours! Our park facilities also serve to give us choices for particular needs. Among them may be a need to appreciate nature, a need to learn about nature, a need to compete through sports programs, a need to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday living, a need to go to a place for a social gathering or just to be by yourself, a place to have fun and enjoyment. The choice is yours[ If you have any questions or need further information please call your pro- fessional recreation staff at 392-7131. We're here to serve you[ Apollo employees check health , Employees-at Apollo Elementary will find out just what kind of shape they're in when they participate in a health and fitness eval- uation program January 28. Participants will test themselves in different areas including weight, fat content, strength, flexi- bility, eating habits and stress levels. The employees will also be told how many calories they should con- sume daily tO maintain their ideal weight. The organizers for the program are four district employees, enthusiastic about their attendance at a health conference last sum- mer. Following the program, participants will enjoy a "trash bag salad." This is a salad consisting of ingre- dients brought by everyone, mixed together in a trash bag. $ ad Junior football is one parks and recreation program for children. maximum pulse rate beyond which you should not force yourself. Take 220 beats per minute, minus your age. If your level is higher than that you are in distress, and it's both counterproductive and unhealthy. "If you overdo you'll never run again," he warns. It's psychological and physical sabotage. Kirkpatrick says there is a big difference between jog- ging and running. Runners take full strides, knees rise higher and arms swing, pro- pelling the body. Jogging is not just slow running. It means taking truncated steps, and arms held tightly across the chest. A jogger converses with a jogging partner. A runner concentrates on heel to toe motion, keeping shoulders high and of course, looking straight ahead. But no matter how con- scientious runners or jog- gers are about form and by Rhoda Donkin "Athletes are not born, they're made!" says Terry Kirkpatrick, coack of the Issaquah High track team and the Issaquah Gliders Youth Track Club. In fact, Kirkpatrick has a philosophy for beginners just about anyone could ac- cept! "Set a goal for your- self and then cut it in half." Every one of his teenage runners are given the same advice when they first lace up: "Push yourself, but don't overdo.'" -The first thing every run- ner should do before engag- ing their limbs is stretch. While that won't prevent in- juries, elongating muscles helps to increase per- formance and flexibility. "You're asking the body to adapt to doing a little more than you've asked it before. That is stress. When you ask it to do more than it can, that's distress.'" Anyone who has never run before should not at- tempt more than a mile the first time out, says Kirk- patrick. Novice runners will find themselves winded. after that mile, while more experienced runners will" not feel like bending over to regain their breath. In fact, says Kirkpatrick, there is a speed, without good shoes, no amount of stretching, pacing, breathing or pre- paring will do. "All problems begin with your feet," says Kirkpatrick. Don't use tennis shoes and don't think you're getting a bargain when you pay $15_ !!  efrthel - 1 atestfstyles !rTh J Ea,t prar:eenhar alsoe / sn=t,he ..w v... w,...,,. OFF offer manicures, PERM *30 0 NEw Clockwise from left: Ken Bass, Jeff and Bambi Nicholson, owners, Jenni Fredianni, Gwynn Gordon, and Debi Black. facials, sculptured nails at some shops. All the shops offer the opportunity to look and feel your best] SPRING FASHIONS The people at Hairtecs are experts in hair cut- ting, permanent waves and color, and use the finest in hair products. Reg. $50.00  40 N.W. 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Runners notoriously have beautifully shaped legs that look like they've been scrubbed with white chalk. Alcoholism treatment in lssaquah Square One is a low-cost, high-quality alcoholism treatment center located in Issaquah at 1275 12th Avenue N.W. Square One provides an alternative for those who cannot afford and do not need costly in- patient care and are not eligible for state subsidized treatment. 114ONDAY TUESDAY IIIAY 7:00-8:00 Adult Adult Adult Early Risers Early Risers Early Risers 8:00-9:00 Aquarobics Aquarobics 9:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 12:00-1:00 2:30-4:00 I Lessons LesSONS Swim & Trim Adult Swim Lessons Aqumobi Swim & Trim W1FJ)NEI)AY 111R, IISOAY Adult Adult Early Risers Early Risers Aquarobics Special Ed. .essons Lessons 8, Lessons Lessons Aquarobics Swim & Trim Swim & Trim Adult Swim Adult Swim 9-10 Adult 10-11 Public Adult Lessons Swim & Trim 1:00-2:30 Adult & Adult Swim Public Swim Workouts .... 4:00-6:30 6:30.7:30 *'*Issaquah High School Swim Team 7.30-8:30 8:30-9:30 ***Orca Swim Team Workouts Advanced Swim Classes .... *"Lessons for TinyTot. Preschool andYouth**** Public Swim Adult Swim / Swim/Trim Public Swim Public Swim Adult Swim Adult Swim Aquarobics Swim/Trim 25 Public Swim Adult Swim Aquarobics Public Swim 75 Public Swim 75 Adult Swim I SAIIUIDA QIIOA'II Swim Team Team Workouts R and WSI E S E Classes R V A Adult Swim T I 1:00-2:00  O Public Swim N 75 S 2:00-3:00 a Public Swim n 25 ' d R S E C- S U E B R A V A T I O N S Issaquah's Julius Boehm Pool is located at the corner of Front and Clark Streets. Com- petitive swimming, lifesaving classes and fitness programs are offered. Call 392-1650 for information. A r Discover Yourself With A Studio 185 Makeover. - BEFORE AFTER , Early morning appointments now available on Tuesday mornings, 7 a.m. STtIBIEI ,..o,.,o, 186 ,o.,.. Jamm_,-y .11st ody. $1 lll EACH $5.00 j // PLUS PURCHASE , E'DE'Iff IIL"I' WITH PUBCHASE OF : 14310N.E. 2Oth'Bellevue, AtZ0thStreetquare ritr.r. 131I I $25.00 OR MORE I 64-969 i The  for th  Fs'e  I l | [ Crossroads Mall 746-5555 | !. __%" . '2." 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