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This class involves a warm-up, about 25 minutes of cardio and then an array of exercises that include toning, stretching, flexibility and of course, core. This is an overall body workout that will help increase your endurance, improve balance, and leave you with a feeling of good health.
**Recreation Center is closed Nov. 14-20 and Nov. 24 due to maintenance and Thanksgiving.
Tabata interval exercises are one of the most effective types of interval training. Working out in the water is one of the most therapeutic activities you can enjoy. Mixing this format with the water through a variety of exercises, allows you to blast away calories and increase your strength, balance, and cardio each class. The moves are very similar to the moves in other water aerobics classes. Jogging, jumping jacks, pendulums – just to name a few. The water offers added resistance to the workout while making Tabata safer to be performed by people of all ages and fitness levels because it is easy on the joints. Music pushes you through the 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off intervals to boost your metabolism. It is the perfect high-intensity workout for both fitness and weight- loss benefits for ALL fitness levels + time flies!
**Rec. Center will be closed Nov. 14-20 & Nov. 24, due to annual Maintenance Week and Thanksgiving
Office of Elections
The James City County Electoral Board is a 3-member panel appointed by the James City County/Williamsburg Circuit Court Judges, based on nominations from the 2 political parties that received the most votes in the most recent gubernatorial election. The Governor's party has 2 representatives on the Board and the party receiving the next highest number of votes has 1 representative.
James City County Recreation Center