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November 21, 1986 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-21

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addition to strengthening the
body, calories are being
burned, many more calories
than by exercising without
weights.
When planning to exercise
with weights, a bench is
recommended. A garden
bench, chair or the floor can
be substituted.
In any weight program,
progress depends on many
factors: the specific exercises
performed, the number of re-
petitions and sets, the
amount of weight used for
each exercise, the time be-
tween exercises and the order
of exercises. Some tips to re-

member:
Use at least two seconds to
raise the weights in order to
work designated muscles;
Lowering is easier than
raising, so use no less than
four seconds to lower weights;
and
Exercise through a full
range of motion. Thus the in-
volved muscles retain their
natural elasticity and joints
stay flexible.
When working with
weights, select a reliable and
well established health club
that can tailor a personal
program for the exercise
enthusiast.

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Chicago — The evolution of
a three-year-old task force
into a formal committee of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions is the latest example of
communal leaders recogniz-
ing the growing needs of
singles.
While participants at a
round table discussion of
singles issues at last week's
CJF 55th General Assembly
appreciated this "conscious-
ness raising" among the
council leadership, most
agreed more could be done to
integrate them into their
- Jewish communities.
Singles — who now com-
prise 20 percent of the adult
Jewish population nationwide
— are much less involved
with their communities than
their married counterparts,
according to Bernard Reis-
- man, a Brandeis University
demographer who addressed
the participants. A combina-
tion of extended schooling, a
growing divorce rate and the
expanded involvement by
women in the workforce have
combined to slow the process
of integration and have
shaped the single Jewish
population into "a growing
phenomenon when it used to
be a temporary one."
Singles who want to be-
come more active in their
Jewish communities often
steer clear of federations and
other organizations which
have high membership fees
or solicit funds. "We can't af-
ford to be involved" and "we
are first and foremost a fresh
batch of pledge cards" were
-- among the feelings expressed
by round table participants.
But Fran Levey of Miami,
who chairs the CJF Commit-
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federations' goal for singles is
inclusion, with fund raising
important, but secondary.
Reisman described the
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singles as "like the classic
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COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES:
Main Jewish Center gym,
co-ed volleyball, Thurs-
day 6:30 p.m. beginner, 8
p.m. advanced; admission,
661-1000, ext. 347.

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES:
Brace Lederle Field,
Southfield, co-ed, drop-in
football, 10:30 a.m. Sun-
day, free.

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES
(25-45): Temple Israel,
special guitar service
and Oneg Shabbat, 9
p.m. today, free, 661-
1000, ext. 347.

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drop-in bowling, 8:30
p.m. Stinday, admission,
477-2786.

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