About this blogWe want to create a fun and inviting space to share knowledge about healthy living to help our community get stronger and feel better. We don't want you to sweat the small stuff -- having the latest tennis shoes, belonging to the best gym or running a mile in record time. We want you to know that it's not a big deal to get started -- or keep going -- in this health and fitness journey. We want this blog to be a place for everyone -- no matter what your interest or fitness level. We can all do this together. No Sweat, York.
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YDR special report
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Category Archives: Q&As
Nervous to try something new? Don’t be. I chatted with instructor Monica Melendez to find out what to expect at my first Zumba class.
I sat and read through the packet and made my decision, I was going to apply!
Missy Raiger struggled with her weight since she was 10 years old. Her family has a strong history of heart disease.
The beloved Hershey Bears mascot dropped a few pounds before taking the ice for the first home game in October.
Cori Strathmeyer recommends setting realistic health goals to help you stay consistent with a lifestyle change.
Rebecca Allen wants to lose 10 percent of her weight.
Missy Raiger had gastric bypass surgery about five years ago and has since lost 125 pounds.
Wise advise from Lauren Boyer: “Pack lunch and find healthy substitutes for your favorite, not-so-healthy comfort foods … and don’t keep chocolate in the house.”
Name: Brittany Wilson Lives in: Mechanicsburg 1. Current health or fitness goal? To up my fitness level and become competitive in distance (2-miles +) swimming races in the next six to eight months. Also to get my dog, Emma, walking, … Continue reading
Hannah Sawyer likes to sweat on the ski slopes or basketball court.