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Cool off your workout by ice skating The late summer is hot, hot, hot! If you’re interested in cooling down your workouts while burning up calories, ice skating might give you some relief. The average 150-pound person who has a light ice ...
Aug 25 2007 7:18am
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Nov 10 2007 10:38pm
I would like to know more of ice skating. Where I can go for the lessons,or either an indoor place that does it.
Nov 08 2007 5:52am
Nordic Skating I came across this article on Nordic Skating on CNN.com this afternoon. This sport—long distance, outdoor skating— is already popular in parts of Europe, it's begun to catch on in a few places h ...
Feb 11 2008 5:05pm
Icing down the Summer Summer is nigh and the hot days just keep coming. Okay, I know it's the Bay and "hot" is a relative term, but still, a guarantee you I will wish I had air-conditioning at least once a month. On thes ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Host a Roller Skating Party! Okay, you know you all remember. Back in the 80's, roller rinks were all the rage. There was a disco ball and inevitably, Madonna was playing. They served chocolate icees with wooden spoons and ther ...
Sep 03 2007 7:08pm
I found out about a rink near me when I was a teenager, and visited often for a while. Tha ... more
Nov 07 2007 6:54pm
Skateboarding as Physical Education A California school has added skateboarding to its physical education curriculum, and it's proven to be a hit with the students. What's more, the unit is keeping them in constant motion and working ...
Feb 26 2008 5:29pm
Skating in Cincinnati Hello, If your an inline skater you might be interested in knowing that there is an inline speed team that practices out of Skatetown USA Skating Center in West Chester, OH. The team has both ...
Dec 09 2009 5:25am
Skate Park Advocacy Do you want a skate park built in your area? Advocacy is very important to getting a safe and fun place to skateboard/rollerblade in your community. At SkatePark.org, there's a guide on how to get sta ...
Apr 27 2008 3:10pm
Mental and Physical Health are Intertwined In April 2007, Forbes reported that Dr. Scott Small, associate professor of neurology at Columbia University Medical Center did some research with mice and learned that exercise stimulates a part of ...
Oct 04 2007 8:56am
Physical Education Classes Open to Facuty and Staff Did you know that the majority of Physical Education Classes are open to Faculty and Staff for only $50 per quarter on a space available basis? The only classes that cost more are Fencing, $60 and Go ...
Oct 18 2007 5:04pm
It would be great if teachers took advantage of that. I'm thinking not only from the stand ... more
Nov 23 2007 7:48am