Maintain Don't Gain/Holiday Challenge and Other News
Published: November 19, 2020
Maintain Don't Gain/Healthy Holiday Challenge
The Maintain Don't Gain challenge is available for download on our website at Maintain Don't Gain/Holiday Challenge. The challenge is open to all Wellington residents. This year due to the pandemic you do not need to weigh in with fitness staff, and you have a choice of including a weight component or not. If you do want to include weight, just weigh yourself at home.
Pedometer Program Wrap-Up
Congratulations to all the Wellington residents who participated in the 2020 Heart & Sole pedometer challenge. The grand prize winner, drawn at random from the list of all adult finishers, is Stephanie Epps. Stephanie will receive a gift certificate to Academy Sports for her efforts. Our top stepper this year is Melissa Bravo, who finished with 661,893 steps, or 284.56 miles. Eliza Szumska came in second with 646,625 steps (278 miles). The third-place finisher was Rinthorn Supasithumrong, who logged 638,638 steps (274.56 miles). In the Kids’ division the top finisher was John Mangelson, who ended with 515,068 steps (221.44 miles). Chavisa Supasithumrong came in second with 465,271 steps (200.03 miles). Joshua Mangelson finished third with 448,060 steps (1992.63 miles). To view more about the Pedometer Challenge including statistics going back to 2009 go to: Pedometer Challenge
Core Training Class will meet on Saturday, November 28
To help you out with burning off the calories from that extra piece of pecan pie, not to mention the dressing and candied sweet potatoes, we WILL be holding the Core Training class as usual on Saturday, November 28, at 8 am. There are no classes on Thanksgiving Day, but all other classes will go on as regularly scheduled. You can download the November group ex schedule from our website at Wellington free group exercise classes
Just a reminder that a CCA donation drop box is available in the clubhouse foyer until December 21. This year there are more families needing assistance than ever before. Please consider donating non-perishable boxed or bagged food (example: cereal, pasta, rice), household goods (example: toilet paper, paper towels) and personal care items (example: soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste). PLEASE NO CANNED GOODS THIS YEAR.
Guide to Home-based COVID-19 Treatment now available
Available to Wellington residents courtesy of Cooper Wellness Strategies, this brochure can be helpful if you contract a mild case of the illness. To download go to: Fitness Center
Please remember the Town of Flower Mound requires dogs be leashed at all times when outside the confines of an enclosure. For questions or violations please contact Animal Services or call 972-874-6390.
Wellington of Flower Mound HOA