Utilizing Fitness Classes – BowlFit Tips

Utilizing Fitness Classes

Group fitness is an excellent way to have fun as well as stay active. Classes that incorporate music, cycling, or even high-intensity and explosive movements can all be beneficial to a novice, regular, or experienced population. Better yet, these classes can give you an idea of how to create your own regimen at home based on the ideas you get from a class. Having a partner to rely on to take classes with also adds some reliability as well.

If you’re looking for a new and creative way to stay active, check out what classes are available in your area. More likely than not, many classes are available that you may not have considered before. When searching for a class, be sure to check the level of difficulty as well as the regularity in scheduling. Try something new and keep your eye out for how certain movements can benefit overall athleticism in bowling!

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About Heather –

Heather D’Errico MS, CSCS, CFSC, LMT

Heather began BowlFit in 2013 with the hope to provide awareness to bowlers about how crucial training off the lanes truly is. She has been an avid bowler her entire life competing as a collegiate bowler for Robert Morris University, assistant coaching at the University of Central Missouri, and now head coaches at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY.

She obtained a master’s degree in kinesiology with an emphasis on exercise science and interned with the head strength coach at UCM. She became a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) through NSCA shortly after graduation and began coaching athletes at Next Level Strength and Conditioning in Fairport, NY.

In October 2015 she received her certified functional strength coach certification and then went back to school in July 2016 for massage therapy. She is now a licensed massage therapist and runs a business called Restorative Bodywork in Rochester, NY that specializes in movement therapy and sports massage.

Heather has also been competing on the PWBA tour the last 3 seasons and continues to use her experiences as a competitive and professional bowler to create programs for bowlers. She enjoys the challenges of making programs specific to each bowler as every person needs to focus on different areas for their performance goals. With that said her training motto is “do no harm” and believes each program should most importantly make a bowler FEEL better and play with minimal injuries/pain.

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