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Monthly Archives: February 2013
I sat and read through the packet and made my decision, I was going to apply!
TweetYou can energize your walking route and your day by planning a new walking route. To find a new route, visit www.startwalkingnow.org and search for routes near you. You can look for “American Heart Association (AHA) Walking Path” signs in … Continue reading
TweetIt is not spring yet. But it feel like it wants to be spring lately, and runners are coming out of hibernation. A year-round runner, you can find me blowing snot rockets all over town even on the chilliest of … Continue reading
TweetTry this simple, effective way to release body tension. Lie down and tense the muscles in your feet, then release them. Next, move on to your calf muscles. Work your way up the rest of your body, tensing and releasing … Continue reading
If we have a mutual respect for one another and share the road there will be fewer accidents and my biggest concern about biking on the road will be about how bad I look in spandex and not whether or not I am going to get creamed by a car.
Publications from Conde Nast, Hearst Magazines, Meredith Corp., the Food Network and Time Inc. have identified more than 3,000 recipes that meet federal nutrition guidelines.
Cori Strathmeyer demonstrates how to do a proper squat to tone your lower body muscles and core, and torch calories.
TweetTo celebrate Red Cross Month, Unique Physique Fitness Center will host a blood drive noon to 6 p.m. March 29 at 3432 E. Market Street in Springettsbury Township. All donors will receive a collectible Red Cross lapel pin, juice and … Continue reading