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VYPE Class 5A/6A Helmet Stickers powered by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine: Week 2 (Oct. 1-3)

Welcome to a new VYPE feature for the 2020 football season – VYPE Helmet Stickers! Every week, VYPE will scour the stat sheets of the previous week and find the top performers.

Class 6A and 5A teams went into Week 2 and wow there were some amazing performances! See who earned VYPE Helmet Stickers this week. Here are the selections.


PREVIOUS HELMET STICKER SELECTIONS

– Week 1 (Sept. 24-27)

Nick Delasalas (@nick4delasalas) – Montgomery 

Kickers don’t always get a lot of nods, so here we go. Nick Delasalas of Montgomery nailed three field goals in a 36-14 win over Dayton. He hit from 22, 28 and 36 yards and also netted two extra points. Delasalas finished scoring 11 points for the Bears in the win. He is ranked as the No. 8 kicker in Texas and is a four-star prospect.

Jaqwailin Williams – Sharpstown 

A 21-game losing streak for Sharpstown

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Scotch Plains Public Library Announces Online Fitness Class

On Friday, October 16 at 10 am, Yasmin Ofek is offering her gentle fitness and balance class live online via Zoom.

When you develop better awareness of your body through exploring a variety of gentle movements, you can increase your range of motion and achieve better and safer movement in your daily activities.

Yasmin’s classes integrate principles from the Feldenkrais Method (also known as ‘Awareness through Movement’), to help create a better connection between the brain and body⁠—while also strengthening the muscles that keep the body upright. Her teaching is informed by her background in many physical disciplines, including yoga and tai-chi.

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This class will involve sitting and standing alternately, so please have a chair available and wear good sneakers.

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Summer Creek High School yoga class grows among students

Summer Creek HS teacher Sarah Aguilar began teaching yoga last year. “It helps them feel more focused and balanced in class,” she said.

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — As your Education Station, KHOU 11 is committed to celebrating teachers who are innovating and inspiring, like Sarah Aguilar. She’s reimagining what physical education can be.

This is her second year teaching yoga to Summer Creek High School students in Humble ISD. The second period class happens outside when the weather is cool. As the sun rises over northeast Harris County, Aguilar strikes a pose.

“We’re innovators and we’re thinking outside the box,” Aguilar said. “The thing about the yoga class at Summer Creek is that the kids wanted to take this class. They picked it.”

It’s the only yoga class offered within the school district. It started last year. It was a single semester class with 30 students. This year, it’s doubled.

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Want to Connect With People In Your Fitness Class? This App Is Here to Help



graphical user interface, text, application, chat or text message: The FitGrid Class App was created to help people—and studios—create a community.


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The FitGrid Class App was created to help people—and studios—create a community.

  • The FitGrid Class App is available today, September 28, in the App Store and Google Play.
  • The FitGrid Class App is connected to studios that use MindBody for booking.
  • You can sign up for classes all over the world, and connect with others taking the class through the app.

Did you ever find yourself (pre-pandemic) in a fitness class with the same people, giving each other a nod of recognition but making no other connection? And maybe now, are you seeing the same people in your Zoom workout class, but you find it’s not really set up for you to interact?

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A new fitness and community platform called the FitGrid Class App—launching Monday, September 28hopes to help you change that.

FitGrid, available for both iOS and Android, curates live-stream

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This App Is Here to Help You Connect With People In Your Fitness Class

Photo credit: courtesy Max Borges Agency
Photo credit: courtesy Max Borges Agency

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  • The FitGrid Class App is available today, September 28, in the App Store and Google Play.

  • The FitGrid Class App is connected to studios that use MindBody for booking.

  • You can sign up for classes all over the world, and connect with others taking the class through the app.

Did you ever find yourself (pre-pandemic) in a fitness class with the same people, giving each other a nod of recognition but making no other connection? And maybe now, are you seeing the same people in your Zoom workout class, but you find it’s not really set up for you to interact?

A new fitness and community platform called the FitGrid Class App—launching Monday, September 28hopes to help you change that.

FitGrid, available for both iOS and Android, curates live-stream and in-person classes from real fitness studios around the world and

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Fitness studio class vs. gym workouts: Is one safer than the other?

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Fitness studios are getting creative to protect people in group workout classes, but is it enough?


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Gyms and fitness studios are opening up around the country, but some remain closed indefinitely as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The ones that are open are required to follow strict guidelines put into place by health and local authorities, like limiting capacity, doing temperature checks at the door and enforcing social distancing rules to curb COVID-19 spread. Even then, some people still worry about safety in gyms and fitness studios in the wake of a pandemic.

In New York City, gyms were recently given the green-light to reopen, but fitness studios were not. For many people, and studio owners, this raised the question: are fitness studios any less safe than gyms, even if they can uphold the same safety measures and safety precautions? 

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Signant Health Launches New eCOA Master Class Web Series Taught by Clinical Research Science and Technology Experts

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Signant Health today introduced “eCOA Explained,” a new Master Class web series designed to elevate the understanding and skills of clinical operations professionals interested in electronic clinical outcome assessments (eCOA).

The educational and complimentary class launches with three courses and 16 on-demand lessons designed for all levels of eCOA experience, as taught by 13 clinical research science and technology experts. To enroll and start learning, visit www.ecoaexplained.com. 

Lessons available now include:

Build Your eCOA Solution

  • eCOA 101: The Basics (Jill Platko, PhD)
  • How to Build an eDiary: What’s Involved (Brandy Morneau)
  • From Paper to ePRO Measures: Licensing, Migration and Translation (Alex Kalpadakis-Smith, PhD)
  • How to Make Translations Work for Everyone (Adina Tapalaga)
  • To BYOD or Not to BYOD? (Bill Byrom, PhD)
  • Complex Diaries: Best Practices and Considerations (Jill Platko, PhD)

Ensure Successful Operations

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