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Co-ed Cardio Soccer kick around. Just for fun

  • 15 Apr 2017
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Location shown to members


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This is a free, member only event. 

Let's face it. These things are true. Staying in shape get's harder and harder. Meeting new friends on a regular basis seems impossible the older we get. Getting out of our lives and decompressing for a few hours a week, is nearly impossible. So I suggest a regularly scheduled get together JUST FOR FUN! Stay tuned as we'll rotate this event near you for the next one.

Let's meet for a very casual soccer get together. IMPORTANT!

*Play at your own pace * Non-competitive * Just for fun * Everyone wins. *No minimum attendance. Join us when you can

Guidelines: Consider this more a kick around than a game. More for the exercise and social aspect. Start and stop as you see fit. We'll take breaks often and get to know each other. This low impact cardio will get you moving and give you that work out you missed during the week. There will be no keeping score. Play at your own pace means just that. Start and stop as you like, cheer from the side lines. Or, simply hang out have some fun. After let's enjoy a BYO picnic and get to know each other. Bring your chairs, blankets and snacks.

Health benefits of playing soccer

Soccer can be a great workout and lots of fun. The health benefits include that it:increases aerobic capacity and cardiovascular health lowers body fat and improves muscle tone builds strength, flexibility and endurance increases muscle and bone strength improves health due to shifts between walking, running and sprinting.

Other benefits of playing soccer

There are many other benefits from playing a team sport like soccer. For example it:is generally a non-contact sport teaches coordination promotes teamwork and sharing teaches you to ‘think on the run’helps to increase skills in concentration, persistence and self-discipline is a great way to meet people and exercise with friends can provide an opportunity to increase your confidence and self-esteem, and help to reduce anxiety requires very little equipment so it can be played in the backyard or park is relatively easy to learn, so beginners can easily join in the fun and play basic soccer for recreation is an international sport.

Avoiding soccer injuries

To protect yourself from injury and prepare your body to play soccer, make sure you: Warm up your muscles and joints before starting. Maintain your fitness to play well and avoid injury or fatigue. Make sure you have plenty of fluids on hand and re-hydrate regularly. Don’t overdo it – depending on your age and physical condition.Wear the correct protective equipment.

The following waiver applies to those who RSVP yes:

I certify that I have no known medical or other conditions that could interfere with my participation in Soccer for Fun event. I also understand and accept that the practice of soccer, both indoor and outdoor, involves certain risks of physical injury. Therefore, I, individually, hereby release and discharge, Meet Me There Events Inc. from any and all claims, actions, damages, losses, liabilities, costs and expenses of any kind whatsoever, including but not limited to any claims of negligence, arising out of, resulting from, by reason of, or in connection with my participation in any of Soccer for Fun event.

Hi, I'm Adrian, your S. Florida host. Look for me. Be sure to check your e-mail and spam filter for meeting instructions. Do not show up without them.

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