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Boxing-fitness club opens in Cottonwood Heights
Salt Lake Tribune
Title Boxing Club has opened the first of three fitness clubs planned in the next two years in Salt Lake County. The center, in Cottonwood Heights at 7817 S. Highland Drive, is part of a national franchise, with operations based in Kansas City, Mo.
A&B Fitness Concepts buys Randolph landmark
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen
A&B Fitness Concepts purchased the New Bohlings building from the Bump family. Joe and the late Jeannette Bump owned and operated New Bohlings for 50 years. They were the third family to run the department store since it opened in 1893. The building
Fitness Program Helps Children, Adults with Disabilities
“Fitness for Life provides functional training to increase the physical level of people with disabilities, thereby increasing their capacity to perform normal daily activities more safely and independently,” Caitlin Deis,
New Fitness Center Means New Swimming Program for New Brunswick Students
New Brunswick students will soon take to the water with the commencement of a partnership between the school district and the new Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center. The school district has implemented a swimming instruction program fo
Fitness center intends to boost city’s public health
RU Daily Targum
The new Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Fitness & Wellness Center is offering residents in New Brunswick half-price membership in an effort to improve urban public health. The new center attracted more than 100 people Friday for its official
David Cameron reveals his fitness secrets – video
David Cameron reveals how he stays fit and healthy as prime minister. Speaking in Mumbai at the start of his visit to India he says he goes running and plays tennis once a week and goes to bed early. He also revealed the important to him of delegation.
Fitness Center Gets High Intensity Training
On first glance, the new equipment at the Morton Grove Park District Club room looks static. Seeing it in use, though, dispels that notion. The new H.I.T., or High Intensity Training, room has hurdles, ropes, a lay-on-the-floor ladder,