How 3 Gyms Are Taking On The Challenge

As gym memberships declined throughout the past year, many people transitioned their workouts to home equipment or online workouts. With the vaccine rollout now in full force and many people back out and about, gyms, including Gold’s Gym, Life Time Fitness and Planet Fitness, are deploying strategic promotions to entice health and wellness fanatics (and the rest of their members) back to the gym.  Gold’s Gym Offers A Free Trial To Get Members Back To The Gym Although the…

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Climb on | News | telluridenews.com

You may have seen him starring as the lovable botanist Seymour caring for an insatiable plant in Telluride Theatre’s “Little Shop of Horrors.” Perhaps he taught your children to ski in the winters, or took them on an epic mountain biking journey from Telluride to Moab during a Telluride Academy summer camp program. If you lived in Telluride between 2011 and 2016, chances are good you crossed paths with Dino Ruggeri.  “Dino has undoubtedly influenced a handful of unsuspecting…

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Logan’s Scotty Browning doubles up on game-winning triples | Sports

LOGAN, W.Va. — Scotty Browning played out the scenario hundreds of times on the playground, in the gym or on the rim back at his grandparents’ house. The game is on the line and the clock is winding down. It’s do or die time. Five, four, three, two, one … let it fly at the buzzer. This past week, the Logan High School’s sophomore sensation got to live out that dream. The 5-foot-11 guard created buzz around the state with his…

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Biggest border crisis I’ve seen in my lifetime

RFI Liberia takes the lead to introduce the typhoid vaccine for children In an effort to counter typhoid, a disease said to be endemic in Liberia with more than 7,400 cases annually, the government has introduced a vaccine for the first time this month in its regular child inoculations, according to Adolphus Clarke, the country’s Program Manager for National Immunization at the Ministry of Health. “Typhoid has become a disease of concern. If you go to a hospital you…

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How’s it going? Soon-to-be 103 Arla Johnson is happy, feels ‘real good…

Arla Johnson doesn’t look a day over 80. She will turn 103 on April 17. Other than last summer’s bout with pneumonia followed by a urinary tract infection coupled with COVID-19, she has never been seriously ill. She has no wrinkles. In addition to its youthful-looking occupant, her room at Lutheran Life Villages — where she has lived since September 2018 — also is home to an exquisitely-decorated Easter tree … which a few weeks earlier was a St….

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Health and Fitness Club Market to Witness Rapid Growth by 2027

Get Sample Report Buy Complete Report Health and Fitness Club Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the right and valuable information. The data which has been looked upon is done considering both, the existing top players and the upcoming competitors. Business strategies of the key players and the new entering market industries are studied in detail. Well explained SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact information are shared in this report analysis. “Health and…

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Madison Cawthorn got hitched in December, or April?

CLOSE U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-Hendersonville, married Cristina Bayardelle in a religious service April 3. The couple were legally married Dec. 29, 2020. (Photo: Courtesy of Madison Cawthorn, via Facebook) Today’s batch of burning questions, my smart-aleck answers and the real deal: Question: On Madison Cawthorn’s website (www.madisoncawthorn.com), as well as a published report from Nov. 3, 2020, it said Madison was engaged to be married, with no wedding date set. But his social media feeds mentioned his “wife” on Dec….

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Houston County Schools host prom during COVID-19 pandemic

District leaders felt it was safe enough to hold 5 different proms on Saturday night with COVID-19 safety guidelines in place. HOUSTON COUNTY, Ga. — Last year, high school seniors missed out on their prom because of the pandemic. Houston County Schools didn’t want their students to lose that life long memory this year, even if it that means doing it a bit differently. Erica Abram is helping her daughter Reina get ready for the Warner Robins High School…

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Lifeguarding as lifetime fitness – SUNY Cortland

04/06/2021  Donna Gorman Nelson ’75 spends plenty of time at her local swimming pool in Emporia, Va., swimming laps and teaching a water aerobics course. Recently retired from a long career of teaching Spanish and French and no longer substituting when she could because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nelson was looking for a new challenge. What if she got recertified to be a lifeguard, 50 years after she first took the test? “I just wanted to see if I…

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Mountain Statesman | The History of Taylor County Chapter Two Hundred …

Mrs. Compton, perhaps, attended the opening of the historical old Grafton hotel when landlord Horace Ressley opened the doors of this famous old hostelry for inspection of the citizens and their wives of the village on that June day, 1857. She watched the stirring scenes of the campaign of 1860 and doubtless trembled for the safety of her husband, outspoken in his support if President Abraham Lincoln and the politics of the new Republican party, dangerous in this section…

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