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Monday, July 25, 2016
Mrs. Saladar BSN, NP, DNP
Will give Physicals for $25.
Through August 31.
These are Through the Beloit Health Clinic at the old Beloit Mall.
Schedule an appointment ASAP
Girls High School Swimming Starts in 14 Days.
Be Beloit Strong!!
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
TIDE Women & Men get Nationally ranked
by NISCA for our size school.
13th for women 24th for men.
This is for the 2015-16 school year.
Not only are we tough in the classroom,
but tough in the Pool.
Last week we made in the classroom,
This week in the Pool.
Developing and Now Lets Maintain that
Now let us make 2016-17 an even Better Year (:
Being Beloit Proud & Strong
Monday, July 18, 2016
You’re waiting for something that is not going to happen.
You are waiting, waiting, waiting.
The Fallacy of Motivation
Don’t get me wrong…
I am all for motivation.
There are fewer better feelings than waking up and being truly pumped to get your butt down to the pool so that you can go head-to-head with whatever set coach has pulled from his treasure trove of nightmarish workouts.
But how often do you feel that way?
And so we fall for the myth of motivation hook, line and sinker, believing that we cannot feel stressed or resistant to the work we have to do.
If we aren’t totally motivated we take it as a sign that maybe we aren’t that committed. Mabye we don’t want this goal that much. That maybe we aren’t as good as the swimmer in the next lane.
And so what do we do?
Wait some more.
How to Be More Motivated, More Often
Look, I am not saying that you can get by without motivation.
Intrinsic motivation, after all, is what drives high level athletes.
Between that and resilience those are the two main differences between champions and “almosts.”
But you need to understand that you don’t always need motivation to start. And that it isn’t something that just happens to us on a whim.
You do have control over how motivated you are on a day-to-day basis...
1. Get in the habit of starting.
The hardest part of doing anything is the agonizing mental back-and-forth we have in the lead-up to it.
We run through the gamut of excuses we can use, think of reasons that we can get by without that tough workout…
But once you start, that resistance melts away pretty quickly, doesn’t it?
2. Make your goals utterly yours.
Setting a goal to go to the Olympics is swell, but if its your dad’s goal, your coach’s goal, or your friend’s goal it won’t keep you motivated for very long.
When a goal is irrevocably yours you will go to the ends of the earth to make it happen.
3. Remember that you don’t always have to feel like it.
It’s okay to experience doubt, stress, frustration in the moments when your effort is needed most.
These are natural.
It’s what happens next that is all the difference.
See you in the pool,
Monday, July 11, 2016
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Sunday, June 19, 2016
Sheriff Robert Spoden would like to announce the hiring of the following employees:
JACOB CDE BACA of Walworth, Wisconsin, was hired as a Correctional Officer on February 1, 2016. He graduated from Delavan-Darien High School and is working towards an Associate Degree from Gateway College. Jacob was a Sergeant in the Army and served in Afghanistan in Operation Enduring Freedom.
TIMBERLY WULF of Beloit, Wisconsin, was hired as a Correctional Officer on February 2, 2016. She graduated from Beloit Memorial High School and received an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from Blackhawk Technical College.
KAYLA DUNN of Beloit, Wisconsin, was hired as a Correctional Officer on April 26, 2016. She graduated from Beloit Memorial High School and earned an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from Blackhawk Technical College.
MATHEW CHRISTIDIS of Beloit, Wisconsin, was hired as a Deputy Sheriff on April 27, 2016. He graduated from Beloit Memorial High School and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Health, Human Performance, and Recreation from UW-Whitewater.
ROBERT D. SPODEN
Friday, June 3, 2016
Athletic Code Meeting and Sports Physicals
THE ONE AND ONLY ATHLETIC CODE MEETING WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 29, 2016 AT 7:00PM in the Barkin Arena.
Sports Physical Opportunities
Beloit Health Systems sport physicals will be held again this summer.
When: June 28th and July 19th
Where: School District of Beloit Health and Wellness Center, located at 1430 4th St. Beloit WI 53511
Cost: $25 (includes either a NIKE water bottle or an Under Armor drawstring bag)
Appointments are required. Call 608-365-8660 to set one up.
Students must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or have the green physical form completed and signed by a parent/guardian at the time of the appointment. The green physical forms can be found in the athletic office at the high school or online on the BMHS athletic website under the "forms' tab.
If you are unable to attend either of those days., there are a couple of other opportunities,.
July 13, 14, 27, or 28
Same cost. Call North Pointe PT at
815-525-4410, to make an appointment.