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104 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette Beacon and Mariner hockey battle to 0-0 tie; Mari ner soccer wins By Dan Cook and determination, as the future d Icoo k7854@a o l.co m teammates walked from the field with a 0-0 tie, ensuring the legacy In the "you can't get any clos- of powerhouse Cape hockey will er" category, the Beacon Middle continue for years to come. School Vikings took their 7-0-1 In soccer action, the Mariner record to Champions Stadium squad defeated Beacon 5-0 with to face offwith the 8-0-1Mariner two goals from Chris Gonzales Vikings Nov. 3 to show who has and Ericson Willy and a single supremacy in the Cape Henlopen tally from Jacob Decyk. School District. Mariner soccer's record im- The action was heated, and proved to 4-1-1, while Beacon both schools demonstrated heart dropped to 3-5-2 Beacon's Emily Monigle, left, stick battles with Mariner's Macy Long. - DAN COOK PHOTOS FUTURE CAPE HENLOPEN TEAMMATES battle for possession of the ball in the battle of the middle schools at the an- nual Beacon vs. Mariner hockey game. See more photos at www.capegazette.com. t Mariner's Cesar Lares keeps his eye on the ball. Beacon's Saxon Kalb plays tough defense on Mariner's Jacob Trimmer. Beacon's Timmy Vitella drives the ball upfield with Mariner's Jacob Trimmer following. .ose more ouples are usually a slam dunk when it comes to our weight-loss pro- ,grams because working with the one you love to get in shape makes it a lifestyle in which two people work together for the common goal of fitness. Steve and Sherri Glock were the per- fect example to back this claim, if you're looking to get in shape, the best training partner you can get may be the person you're married to. When I first met with Steve and Sherri I wasn't sure what to expect. Steve was very gung- ho about starting while Sherry was a little apprehensive. To make matters more compli- cated, they would be doing their program from Maryland, so we would only see them every three weeks. I knew doing the program together would give them an advantage. Both Steve and Sherri had separate training programs that were custom- ized for their fitness levels, but it would be the support of going to the gym together and choosing healthy meals and restaurants that would make their transformation more likely to be successful. Like most people, Steve and Sherri had a few old injuries that needed to be worked around. Steve had an old shoulder injury, and Sherri had previously hurt her back, so during the first couple weeks we concentrated on increas- ing limit strength and targeting weaknesses. We also eased into cardio with only six to eight minutes three times a week for each of them at a challenging level to shock their bodies into slow and consistent progress. As they got better, they pro- gressed to make bigger sessions and more difficult workouts. As each week passed, Sherri's apprehension turned into .excitement, and both she and Steve lost an average of two to three-and-a-half pounds a week, which is just what we expect for people to lose weight without losing lean muscle. Steve and Sherri periodically tested in Bod Pod - our state-of-the- " art body fat testing machine - so they could not only see the weight loss but also their change in body composition, and this served as an excellent motivator that seemed to en- courage them to work harder. On Monday, they drove from Maryland to do their final Bod Pod test after 12 weeks of being committed to their body trans- formation. I was very excited and couldn't wait to see their final results, and they outper- formed my expectations with a combined weight loss of 61 pounds. Steve lost 35.6 pounds, Continued on page 108 CHRIS ANTONIO PHOTO SHERRI AND STEVE GLOCK lost more than 60 pounds by training to- gether for the common goal of health.