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Category Archives: Cardio
The annual Race Against Racism has long proved to be an event that brings the community together. And while the race, set for April 26, brings awareness of the power of humanity, a new aspect will be introduced this year: … Continue reading
Swimming is a life skill – a skill that anyone at any age can use for health and safety. Those who know how to swim can enjoy recreational activities such as pool parties and water skiing. Swimmers of all ages … Continue reading
The 12 week program aims to help cancer survivors get stronger.
The branch offers a one-on-one program for children and adults with disabilities.
Wellness Wrap 11/15/13: New cholesterol screening guidelines; Amy Robach’s revelation; Running and beer
The weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news. Share your thoughts and links in a comment or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Big cholesterol news: On Tuesday, the American Heart Association and … Continue reading
I love a good marathon. The super long runs leading up to it, endless planning, sense of accomplishment, and the big fat shiny medal, these are the things that drive me. But I’d be lying if I said there weren’t … Continue reading
Every day, Ed Gleason, 69, bikes 5 to 6 miles on his 1970s Sears stationary bike to stay healthy.
Sarah Crispo, fitness director at the Athletic Club of York, designed this workout to strengthen and tone your upper body.
A recent study showed that short bouts of intense physical activity can help keep your waistline in check.