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Looking At Aviator Break Camp

Looking at Aviator’s Break Camp Schools are on break for President’s Week, but Aviator’s break camp is in full session. With fun events and activities, kids are kept engaged and active throughout the day. We take a closer look at Aviator’s Break Camp to see what’s in a day. Early Morning Campers are met with...
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A Sit Down with The World Class Aviator Skate Director

A Sit Down with The World Class Aviator Skate Director By Cabril DeAbreu It’s not often you find an entire team of dedicated, top of the line figure skating coaches at your disposal, but Aviator Sports and Events Center is happy to be an outlier. We sat down with Slava Rozanski, Aviator’s skate director and...
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Aviator’s Introduction to Parkour

Aviator’s Introduction to Parkour You’ve probably been hearing a lot about parkour or free running lately (which is no surprise, it looks pretty cool!). If you’re an enthusiast, you may have already seen the videos on YouTube and begun traceur training. For the beginners, however, it can seem like a lot of information to take...
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Sacco’s Snippets: February Holidays

Sacco’s Snippets: February Holidays February 2017 By: John Sacco February or geez is the” winter over yet month” begins anew bringing the chill of the arctic air breathing down upon us. Such a short month where the nights are endless, and the sun seems to shine only to yawn and mock us of its self-imposed...
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Sacco’s Snippets: The Winter Blues

Sacco’s Snippets: The Winter Blues January 2017 Why is it that in January and February I feel “blue” or sad? Why is it that all that feels good is to start snacking and stay in bed. C’mon, who doesn’t like to catch up on their sleep now and again and sleep through the alarm or...
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Sacco’s Snippets: January 2017

Publishing Note: This is the first post in a new monthly series “Sacco’s Snippets.” These unedited blogs will capture the passion of Coach Sacco’s feelings on Aviator Sports, hockey, Brooklyn and a variety of other topics. Sacco’s Snippets By John Sacco 1/12/17 Nothing like the smell of the ice. Nothing quite smells the same, and it...
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Why it’s important to manage calories

Everyone assumes that in order to lose weight or gain weight they need a trainer, a diet or whatever the scam is today.  The most important thing in weight management is calorie intake.  If you’re looking to gain weight then you need to intake more calories, if you’re looking to lose weight then the calorie...
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Steven Gets A Custom Mouth Guard from Dr. Lichter

Steven took our last blog post, the “Top Seven Reasons To Get A Custom Mouth Guard” to heart and arranged an appointment with Dr. Lichter so he could get fitted for a custom mouth guard. Steven plays tackle football and a few weeks into the season knew he needed a better way to protect his pearly...
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Recipe: Roasted Fall Vegetable with Green Tahini Sauce

Roasted Fall Vegetables Bowl with Green Tahini Sauce Inspired by the fall weather our Aviator Athletics coaches came up with a delicious recipe to make full use seasonal vegetables. Roasting the vegetables produces a wonderful flavor that goes great when mixed with the zesty tahini sauce.  Get ready to dig in! Ingredients 1 1/2 c. semi-pearled Farro...
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Top Seven Reasons To Get A Custom Mouth Guard

Top Seven Reasons To Wear A Custom Mouth Guard Wearing a mouth guard helps prevent against structural damage to your teeth and jaw and also helps prevent injuries such as cuts to the cheeks, tongue, and lips. Mouth guards have also been shown to help decrease the risk of concussions. Recent studies have shown that 75% of...
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