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“Opening has been done cautiously and safely. I very much appreciate the club doing everything it can to open and yet be safe for members.”“…making a lot of effort to provide fitness options during Covid. Rollingwood is more than a gym, it’s a community.”“The club is constantly being cleaned and with the reservation system it’s...
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Why (oh, why) would you run a marathon? www.runnersworld.com – ‘52 Reasons to Run a Marathon’ Exuberance—The marathon is mythical. While you can get an amazing high from tackling any race distance, conquering the mother of all races gives you a high which is hard to duplicate.Inspire others—Doesn’t matter if you are speeding to a...
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Provided by: www.cancer.org Diet and Physical Activity: What’s the Cancer Connection?How much do daily habits like diet and exercise affect your risk for cancer? Much more than you might think. Research has shown that poor diet and not being active are 2 key factors that can increase a person’s cancer risk. The good news is...
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Benefits of Sleep-Awareness Month Provided by: http://www.verywellhealth.com and www.Healthline.com BENEFITSReduces Inflammation– Increased stress hormones caused by lack of sleep raises the level of inflammation in your body. Inflammation is thought to cause the body to deteriorate as we age.May Help Prevent Cancer– Researchers believe light exposure reduces melatonin levels. Melatonin, a hormone that regulates the...
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Provided by: www.theatlantic.com, www.calibrate360.com, www.bustle.com “When people think of shared experience, what usually comes to mind is being with close others, such as friends or family, and talking with them,” study author Erica Boothby said in a statement. “We don’t realize the extent to which we are influenced by people around us.” Studies show why...
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Provided by: www.aarp.org, www.webmd.com, www.everydayhealth.com “Seventy percent of all age-related disease is related to lifestyle choices”,says Henry Lodge, M.D. Refuse to take it slow. “Getting old is no place for sissies.” – Betty Davis Stay active in physical fitness, socialization, and with taking care of yourself. Walking- It helps keep brain cells healthy by delivering...
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