In two years, Metro Technology Center’s 12 to 15 weekly MetroFit Wellness Community OutReach classes, made possible in part by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation’s Wellness Initiative, have maxed out. “We offer multiple sessions of tai chi, Zumba, Get Fit, line dancing, kickboxing and yoga,” said Metro Tech wellness coordinator Valerie McMurray-Hopkins. Different classes can…
“I have a friend who lost 40 pounds in her mid 60s and has maintained for five years, but she’s as obsessed as I am. I don’t want to be there,” Horton said.
“What we try to do in our office is absolutely listen. We have clients who are eating too many carbs and we go in that direction,” Manning said.
The golf simulator showdown is part of Riversport’s larger goal of getting people more active during the winter months.
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Instructor Brooke Larson began practicing yoga while a student at the University of Central Oklahoma.
The 5K begins 3 p.m. Nov. 5 at Edmond’s The Patriarch Beer House and Lawn, 9 E. Edwards St.
Shakespeare in the Park, paddle boarding, yoga and other options are available for the public.
Fleener said she appreciates the general cultural shift away from dieting and “getting fit” toward “being well.”
Oklahoma City-County Health Department offers support and programs to help Oklahomans fight most common diseases.