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
In 2011, the York Daily Record Sunday News produced a special report on obesity in York County. Check out the award-winning series here.
Let’s Move York City
York City officials are are challenging residents to lose a total of 5,000 pounds by September 2013. Click here to sign up for the initiative.
Tag Archives: Let’s Move York City
A grant will enable the city to offer memberships to residents for $3 a week. Residents with a body mass index of 27 or higher who live below the poverty level are eligible.
TweetYork City, Capital Blue Cross, and Eat Play Breathe York, in partnership with many community organizations with host another Play Streets event this weekend. Play Streets are roads closed to traffic and opened to the community to encourage physical activity. … Continue reading
It will provide partially subsidized memberships to people in need.
Studies have shown that play can help kids grow to be healthy, happy and successful. And if your kids see you being active, they will want to move more, too.
Here’s a YDR editorial that explains the impetus behind the No Sweat, York blog and our broader community fitness initiative.
The York Daily Record/Sunday News’ new wellness blog.