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Local bicycle shops promote fitness through cycling

Injuries and disabilities can limit an individual's capability to continue exercising and living an active life, but the bicycle shops in Clovis have a...

Undoubted Training helps people reach personal fitness goals

Photo by Valerie Shelton Ryan Rivera and Ruben Rodriguez of Undoubted Training. By Valerie Shelton, Editor Opting to go to a personal trainer isn’t easy, especially for...

Get Fit Clovis makes comeback

Get Fit Clovis is back and better than ever. The fitness movement, operated and funded by the Clovis Roundup, is essentially there for those who...

Avoiding portion distortion during the holidays

By Germain Galvez | Contributed Certified Health Coach | germaingalvez.com Here we are, amidst the holiday season and we are faced with a familiar dilemma:...

Girls’ night out raises funds for Sisterhood of Survivors

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Sometimes a girl just needs to shop. On Wednesday, April 20, Clovis women were able to not only do just that, but...

Letter from the Editor: Taking steps toward a healthier lifestyle

Photo courtesy of Metro Creative Services By Valerie Shelton, Editor I’m not a fan of diets or exhausting daily exercise regimes. Like millions of Americans who...

Orchard Park celebrates 17 years, donates funds to Alzheimer’s Foundation

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Orchard Park, the oldest senior assisted living community in Clovis, celebrated its 17th anniversary with a country-style barbecue on Thursday, Oct....

November bringing awareness to Alzheimer’s

In 1983 President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month – a time to recognize the over five million people in...

Smile for Lifetime non-profit receives $1,000 donation

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Braces are expensive, making it difficult for kids from underprivileged homes to get proper orthodontia care and confidence that comes from...

10 healthy lifestyle tips

A few more weeks and the Central Valley will begin to boil with the heat making us ache for the cool coastal breeze that...

Thinking About Health: How Changes in Medicare Could Affect You

By Trudy Lieberman | Contributed Rural Health News Service Shortly before Easter, the House of Representatives passed legislation that’s supposed to fix once and for...

Team Fresno fueling active lifestyle for veterans

For valley veterans like Fernie Valez, competing in Team Fresno was more that just a search toward a healthy lifestyle, it was a chance...

Working out in the summer heat

Working out without the proper water intake can quickly lead to dehydration, and adding the Fresno summer heat can make it a dangerous combination. Kelly...

Get Fit Doggie benefits all

Fitness partners can help keep us motivated and looking forward to our workouts time and time again, but exercise buddies don't always have to...

Clovis family awaits kidney transplant

Being a wife and mother of two has made Nicole Coronado a strong woman, able to take on things she didn’t see possible. Coronado...

Beat Cool Weather: Keep health in mind as cold creeps closer

Temperatures may be dropping, but just because swimsuit season is over doesn’t mean it’s time to let your fitness regimen fall by the wayside....

Celebrating National Bike Month

Photo by Valerie Shelton People ride their bikes on the winding pathway in Cottonwood Park during the city’s Trail Fest. By Valerie Shelton, Editor If the...

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