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November 12 through December 31, 2016

Tyler Gateman interview

At Fremont health club, we have a diverse and talented group of friends and members. Our focus this month is on one of those members, Tyler Gateman. Tyler is a regular at the gym and keeps himself in shape with Fremont Health Club. Tyler also works as a crab fisherman. His career is one of the most stressful and physically demanding on the planet. We wanted to not only showcase Tyler, but get an understanding about what it takes mentally and physically to deal with shifts that are 18+ hours. Let’s get to know Tyler now.

How does keeping in shape help with the rigors of working on a Crab/fishing boat?

Keeping in shape is a major help when working on a crab boat. The job requires every part of the body, from pushing 800-1000 lb. pots down the deck, to hand coiling 400 ft. of line, to running our 50lb. bait setups back and forth. Our schedule is 18 hours on and 6 off, so fatigue is inevitable but reduced tremendously when you’re physically fit.


How do you find enough calories to stay strong and keep going on your long shifts?

Finding enough calories is always a struggle on the boat. In our 18 hour shift we may get one cooked meal, which is prepared by me. Otherwise, it’s a power bar or hand full of nuts while you change out of your wet rain-gear.


Can you give readers some insight into the mental part of an 18-hour shift? I assume you can’t just put in earbuds because of the dangers and needing to hear crew members. You have to deal with staying up that long, sometimes demanding crew members and horrible weather and hunger-tell us what you do to block all of that out or deal with it.

The job itself is mostly mental, which is the reason why we’ve been through so many deck hands. I can count 10 in my 4-year span with the Wizard. The way I deal with the mental aspect of an 18- hour shift, hungry, cold and rough weather is I use my experience of training for nationals wrestling. The months of training, the long nights spent not eating and cutting weight, the rigorous three a day practices, the time spent away from home. The other thing that helps is you’re not alone. You have your crew right there with you who is just as tired, hungry and cold as you are.

While on deck we don’t wear headphones because of the dangers of not hearing what’s going on around you. For example- a pot in the crane over head or the captain on the loud hailer warning you of a giant wave about to crash over the rail.


Does the day to day work keep you in good enough shape?

The day to day grind on the boat keeps me in shape, but a lot more lean. I think that comes mostly from lack of caloric intake. When I’m home my weight is about 185. While I’m fishing I’m about 170-75.


Give us your favorite cheat meal when you’re training.

My favorite cheat meal is probably nachos. They are quick, easy and can be made somewhat healthy.


What do you do with your free-time?

With my free-time I enjoy riding my mountain bike, throwing the Frisbee and watching football.


It’s safe to assume you’re a Seahawks fan?

Yes you assumed right I’m an huge Seahawks fan! Great win Monday night!!


Thanks so much for speaking with us Tyler.

Thanks again Richard for this opportunity

New series for Fall 2016



Sign up online or at Front Desk.


-Early Morning Yoga w/ Katelyn (all levels)

4 weeks, begins 9/12, every Monday & Wednesday morning @ 6-7am, $60 FHC Members

-Early Morning Bootcamp w/ Manny (all levels)

4 weeks, begins 9/13, every Tuesday & Thursday morning @ 6-7am, $60 FHC Members



-Burlesque Dance Fitness w/ Kris (all levels) FULL-contact regarding waitlist

4 weeks, begins 9/12, every Monday evenings @ 7:30-8:30pm, $40 FHC Members

-Level 2 Vinyasa Yoga w/ Katelyn

4 weeks, begins 9/15, every Thursday evenings @ 7:30-8:30pm, $40 FHC Members

-Power Lifting w/ Teagan (all levels)

5 weeks, begins 9/17, every Friday evening @ 5:30-6:30pm, $100 FHC Members



-Intro to Weight Lifting w/ Devon

4 weeks, begins 9/17, every Saturday @ 11-12pm, $120 (Small Group Training!)


These series are a great way to get individualized training from our instructors…

-Questions? Just ask the front desk or email [email protected]!

Spring Health and Wellness Fair

Spring Health and Fitness Fair

FHC Lobby

Saturday 3/12/16,

Join us at the Fremont Health Club to celebrate fitness and healthy lifestyles. Meet our team of instructors, trainers, and staff as well as other local health professionals dedicated to spreading wellness in our community.

This is a neighborhood event open to members and non-members, no RSVP needed.  Prizes and giveaways throughout the event and the chance to be entered into a free 3 month membership at Fremont Health Club (members and non-members are eligible).

Upcoming Intro Classes, and other Events

Upcoming Events:

  • Monday Feb 1st: Introduction to MixxedFit with DBT (Free)  5:30-6:00pm
    • MixxedFit® is a people-inspired dance fitness program that is a mix of explosive dancing and bootcamp toning. Everything about our dance fitness program can be described as explosive – all of our movements are always big, exaggerated, full-out, and our very best. (Gym shoes required, all materials/props provided)
    • Intro Classes are between 30-45min in length. They are a great way to try a new class or improve upon your technique in a class that you have already tried. They offer a chance to meet Instructors and ask questions  in a relaxed environment. Come ready for a workout!
  • Friday Feb 12th: Hip Hop Yoga with Katelyn ($10 event) 5:30-6:30pm
    • This special class event, led by one of our Vinyasa instructors Katelynn Page, is inspired by Valentine’s Day with a class of Heart-opening yoga poses set to a contemporary hip hop playlist sure to get your heart racing! Katelynn’s infectious, playful energy & “make yoga fun” approach will make you feel loved and challenged this Valentine’s Weekend!
  • Saturday Feb 13th: Burlesque Barre with Kris ($10 event) 1:30-2:30pm
    • Get into the Valentine’s mood with this flirty take on a popular workout –  all the intense work of a regular barre class with the added waistline-shaping benefit of body rolls & hip isolations! Think bumps & grinds… shimmies & shakes! No experience required. Wear comfortable dance/yoga wear, no gym shoes required.
  • Saturday Feb 13th: Burlesque Dance Fit with Kris ($10 event) 3:30-5:00pm
    • Burlesque meets cardio meets choreography! We will sweat & strut, shimmy & shake… while learning an easy-to-follow Burlesque-dance routine with some great fitness benefits. Feel confident, sexy and totally in love with all your body has to offer! No dance experience required. Wear comfortable dance/yoga wear, gym shoes optional.
  • Friday March 4th: MixxedFit!Madness with DBT ($10 event) 5:30-6:30pm
    • Don’t miss this special “MixxedFit! Madness”with our most energetic instructor, DBT! This event is inspired by March Madness so expect to hustle up & down the “court” just like your favorite college team!  Mixxedfit is a people inspired dance fitness class that will blast away calories and keep you moving & laughing. No dance experience required!
  • Monday March 7th: Intro to Yoga with Katelyn (Free) 5:30-6:00pm
    • Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement,” and Vinyasa yoga is a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. Vinyasa yoga is smooth flowing and combines exercises and stretches that focus on nurturing strength & flexibility in the spine as well as the supportive muscle groups. (Barefoot class, bring your own mat or borrow one of ours)
    • Intro Classes are between 30-45min in length. They are a great way to try a new class or improve upon your technique in a class that you have already tried. They offer a chance to meet Instructors and ask questions  in a relaxed environment. Come ready for a workout!
  • Saturday March 12th: Mini Health Fair 10am-2pm
    • Meet local health partners from the Fremont Neighborhood. Participate in free introductory class demos, meet trainers, instructors, and other members!
  • Monday April 4th: Intro to Barre with Kris 5:30-6:15pm
    • A full body workout that focuses on proper form, alignment and posture while increasing strength, muscle tone and stamina. Each class is formatted in a specific sequence incorporating hand weights, soft exercise balls, and tube bands as props to take the workout to the next level. (Barefoot class, gym shoes are optional, all materials/props provided)
    • Intro Classes are between 30-45min in length. They are a great way to try a new class or improve upon your technique in a class that you have already tried. They offer a chance to meet Instructors and ask questions  in a relaxed environment. Come ready for a workout!
  • Early Morning Bootcamp in March – details to come soon!
  • April Yoga Series: More details to come soon!

Saturday, local businesses promoting wellness

Join us this Saturday
January 30th from 10am-1pm

We will host the following visiting partner groups:
Come and ask questions, enjoy chair massage and samples, and learn more about how these local businesses might benefit you.  Feel free to bring family and friends, and we will have drop in childcare during the event.Equipment Orientation every Saturday 10am-2pm FREE, and on a drop in basis.

February Massage Rewards for Referrals

February Massage Rewards for Referrals

When you refer a new member that joins in February, they will receive a $20 savings off their enrollment and you will receive a free 30 min massage from Terry Mac with Floating World Massage, or Sanna Miller with Sanachi Massage. (limit 3 per person)This is just our way of saying thank you for helping us to grow.We love sharing our love of fitness and health with the neighborhood, and we especially love it when our members do too.

Warm Clothing Drive 2015

Donate warm clothing to the Fremont Health Club Lobby to benefit My Anchor Bag Project.

The purpose of My Anchor Bag Project is to reach out the homeless in our area, with the needed items to help meet some of their physical needs. the back pack serves as a carrier for the items and something they can keep and use. Each bag will hopefully have most of the following: Chap Stick, hand Lotion, Hand Sanitizer, Socks, Scarves, Hats, Gloves, Water, Protein Items, Baby wipes, ect.


Thank you!