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DALLAS — Dr. Ken Adams does not let parenting get in the way of his exercise. In fact, he said his three girls, who are 10, 7 and 3, make it easier than ever for him to exercise because it’s part of their playtime together.
Twenty-four years ago, Lorraine Tucker, 66, was not competing on the track-and-field circuit.
DETROIT— Silvana Davis was 16 when breast cancer took her mother.
The Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department is offering new and updated year-round recreational programs for anyone interested in getting fit or learning something new.
(BPT) - Ryan Reed, 20, of Bakersfield, Calif., is chasing his dream to become a top NASCAR driver. He’s racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series events this year as a development driver for one of the top names in the sport, all while taking care of his type 1 diabetes.
(BPT) - It’s rare to find a person who hasn’t been affected by heart disease in some way. As the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease – and how to avoid it – should be top of mind, especially for baby boomers. Beyond scary statistics, heart health is about being able to live life to the fullest for as long as possible.
(NewsUSA) - Just as spring is a time for rebirth, autumn is also considered a transitional season. The weather turns brisk, the leaves on trees change from dull brown to a firestorm of color, and darkness settles in earlier.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Zumba Fitness instructors worldwide are not only using a Latin-heavy song lineup in their classes, they’re also creating new fans for artists such as Pitbull, Daddy Yankee and Don Omar.
(NAPSI)—There could be good news for many of the estimated 40 million people age 65 and over in the country today. They can expect to have a longer, happier and healthier retirement experience if they are exercising their minds, bodies and spirits.
Stretching the spine, gaining flexibility, balance and muscular endurance are some of the benefits seniors experience during the Senior Yoga class at the Harker Heights Recreation Center.
A free children’s workout is from 9 to 11:30 a.m. July 13 at Texas Tumblers, 323 Indian Trail, Harker Heights.
Senior citizens did the “shimmy shake” and simulated driving moves with their feet to the beat of Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon” on May 30 in one of many senior-oriented exercise classes offered by the Parks and Recreation Department.
Four Killeen ISD Career Academy health care students created a video about hypertension that is taking them to national competition.
LAMPASAS — The quick progress of construction on Lampasas’ south side of town next to Alfredo’s Restaurant is complete, and the red rock building is now home to the new Evolve 24 Hour Fitness Center.
The Central Texas College Continuing Education Department announced recently it is offering a variety of new classes this month ranging from exercise to art to business.
(StatePoint) In the midst of an obesity epidemic, it’s easy to ignore that little bit of extra weight you may be carrying around. But experts warn that any amount of excess fat tissue around the middle can boost your risk for serious health issues like heart disease, diabetes and more.
HARKER HEIGHTS — A group of seniors get their heartbeats going as they cha-cha-cha, salsa and merengue across the gym to the beat of Latin music.
The city plans to purchase — at the urging of Killeen Mayor Dan Corbin — new cardiovascular equipment for the Tommie Harris Fitness Center at Lions Club Park that will accommodate paraplegic athletes.
After talk, thought, trials and more talk, the Army has shoved the new PT (Physical Training) test back in the closet. Officially, the test is on hold until it is further researched, although some units began testing the test back in the early part of 2011.
One of the best ways to stay interested in exercising is to mix it up and try new things.
LOS ANGELES — There’s something comical about a bunch of middle-aged women leaping like gazelles across an open plain of trampolines. Bouncing, after all, is largely the domain of the preschool set, for which jumpers are pretty much de rigueur. But why should 4-year-olds have all the fun?
The Central Texas College Continuing Education Department released its fall 2012 class schedule, which offers a variety of non-credit courses through December in subjects ranging from business and professional development, exercise, cooking, computer skills, personal enhancement and homemaking skills. Some of the classes include:
By Rose L. Thayer
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.