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Here at No Sweat York we’re upgrading our twitter game from hashtag to full blown account. Follow us on twitter @NoSweatYork for our York-centric focus on health and wellness. We’ll update you on blog posts, fitness classes, No Sweat in … Continue reading
It happened again. What had the potential to be the first really decent snowstorm of the year turned out, for Yorkers anyway, to produce little more than a dusting. Tuesday morning I woke up and poked my head out the … Continue reading
Samantha Dellinger shares why a wearable device and some apps can help you get fit.
Let’s back track a bit. My last post on here was in May, read the post here. I mainly talked about how I hate working out, well that part hasn’t changed. I still hate working out, but this time I … Continue reading
Running makes me feel good about myself. Strength, confidence, drive, these are things running gives me. But there seems to be some sort of running equilibrium out there. Because anytime I get too confident, running serves me a piece of … Continue reading
Registration opened Tuesday for YWCA York’s Girls on the Run, a physical activity based positive youth development program for girls in 3rd through 8th grade. The program teaches life skills through interactive lessons and running games with girls being physically … Continue reading
Sure it’s freezing now. But in a few short months you’ll be sporting short sleeves and tank tops on a regular basis. If you want to tone your arms and build muscle for the season, now is the time to … Continue reading
As the real winter moves in and it gets dark early, it can be difficult to find the motivation to get out and exercise. But even during this time of year, physical activity remains key to good health. So bundle up and get outside to enjoy a range of outdoor activity.
It’s cold, it’s early, it’s still dark, and your cat (spouse, dog, fish, whatever) just snuggled in closer, begging you not to leave the bed. So why do it? The newness of 2015 is fading, and with it so are … Continue reading
Hi, I’m Caitlin Kerfin, the new health/religion reporter here at the York Daily Record. I come to York from a land far, far away called Columbia, Missouri where I graduated from the University of Missouri in journalism and religious studies. Before that, I grew up in a southwest suburb of Chicago where I ate deep dish pizza, rooted for the incredible, awe-inspiring Cubs and acquired the very distinct accent that will likely be stuck forever.
I love trying new things to stay healthy and fit, and I hope that is reflected in the work I’ll be doing. Growing up I did Irish dance, and now I do yoga and run whenever I can. In fact, I just completed my first half marathon in Disney World this past weekend.