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There was a time when I believed the only way to get in shape was to dedicate at least an hour per day to exercise. While I may have been able to swing that in my former life (otherwise known as … Continue reading
No Sweat, York, will feature free classes with York Jewish Community Center instructors Tuesday nights in August
In August, we’ll offer No Sweat in the Park participants a sampling of what the York Jewish Community Center’s Fitness Center has to offer.
Birchbox and Women’s Health paired up for the July subscription-based beauty program to offer “12 bite-sized challenges.” I’ve been getting Birchbox for a little more than a year and I look forward to unwrapping the little cardboard package that contains five … Continue reading
If you’re trying to eat well and increase your activity, you might find it to be a constant challenge. Do your work place meetings tempt you with bagels or donuts? Do you find yourself reaching for the chocolate cupcakes your … Continue reading
In just two months, hundreds of individuals from the Hanover area and beyond will gather to take strides against the community’s number one and number four killers, heart disease and stroke, at the 2014 Hanover Heart Walk sponsored by Hanover … Continue reading
TacFit 717 moved this spring to its Dallastown location after two years in a small studio on George Street. Owner Jason Cavanaugh said the new building will allow them to grow, not only in being able to doing full pull-ups, … Continue reading
The city’s health bureau provides services ranging from immunizations to maternal and child health programs to sexually transmitted disease treatments.
When Amber Warrington hops on her stationary bike in the basement of her Red Lion home, she is focused. Head straight, eyes set ahead, she leans in to the handle bars and steadies her legs on the peddles. The 38-year-old … Continue reading
Wes Rosselet decided he needed a change of pace when he picked up his bicycle. The 30-year-old Penn Township man graduated from Liberty University in Virginia with a degree in English in 2008. But after accepting the paper he hoped … Continue reading