Tag Archives: No Sweat York

Not as young as I used to be

The truth is, I’m not as young as I used to be. I know what you’re thinking: “Yeah, right buddy, what are you complaining about. How old are you?” Well, I’m turning 31 in a few weeks, but I’m not … Continue reading

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What you’ve been missing: Free No Sweat in the Park boot camp with Lifestyles Fitness & Weight Loss Studio

Trainer Alysia Dickens offered tons of modifications and inspiring words to get us through an hour of planks, push-ups and mountain climbers in the 90-degree heat.

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Join us for free boot camp classes Tuesdays in June

Chad Eckert and Alysia Dickens of Lifestyles Fitness & Weight Loss Studio will lead boot camp classes from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays June 3, 10, 17 and 24 in the grassy area behind the York Daily Record, 1891 Loucks Road, West Manchester Township.

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American Lung Association to host Kids’ Noodle Run

The Pennsylvania chapter of the American Lung Association will hold its 2014 5K Pasta Run and Kids’ Noodle Run on Wednesday, June 11 at Metro Bank Park on City Island, Harrisburg.  The eighth annual event starts at 6 p.m. for the Kids’ Noodle Run … Continue reading

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Anna’s Amazing Race a powerful reminder of what the York community can do

The No Sweat, York, folks guided more than a dozen teams through a short obstacle course that included racing across the lawn on newspapers, jumping through hula hoops, crab-walking while balancing an orange and blowing up more than a dozen balloons.

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No Sweat, Literally: Proud of my team

I got around the corner, nearing Pine Street in York and I asked the volunteer who was directing runners down the street how far we’d gone. “One mile to go,” she said, waving her orange flag. I ran the Race … Continue reading

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Food fad: Chia a tiny seed that packs a dietary punch

You might have seen it pop up in health magazines or even on grocery store shelves next to your well known quinoa and barley goods. But this little seed once widely used in growing grassy heads of hair on clay … Continue reading

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Gut Feeling about Gastritis

Lutheran Home Care & Hospice‘s May Health & Wellness Presentation is “Gut Feelings about Gastritis.” Gastritis is a stomach condition and can be extremely uncomfortable and irritating. This condition causes the lining of the stomach, known as the mucosa, to … Continue reading

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Yoga is my drug

Yoga is my drug of choice. This is different from my youth when drugs were my drug of choice (and alcohol, and food, and cigarettes, and scrap booking).  I have always loved yoga.  I got into it when I was … Continue reading

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