Tag Archives: fitness

Getting Active, Staying Active

If you follow us on Instagram and Facebook, you’ll have seen posts during our #FitFriday about how we, the staff, stay active. They’re not so much about exercise regimens as they are about simple choices. Staying active doesn’t need to …
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Older Adults and Physical Activity

A recent article published in the Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy sought to compare performance in physical activity measures in adults who did and did not meet the US Department of Health and Human Services’ 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for …
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Seeking In-Spire-ation

Review of the Spire Breath & Activity Tracker As a saxophone player in DeKalb’s very own Jazz In Progress, I welcome artistic inspiration as well as inspiration in the medical sense (drawing a breath).  As someone with a chronic illness I’m …
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