Month: August 2021

Pandemic Forces Big Changes In Fitness Industry

On March 16th last year city of Philadelphia ordered all nonessential businesses to shut down. As the lock down hit, fitness studios found themselves in unfamiliar territory. Owners tried to hustle by renting out equipment to clients and introducing virtual classes, but this wasn’t enough to save most of them. Most of the studios in …

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BUSM Study Finds Short Vigorous Physical Activity Greatly Increases Fitness

The largest study to understand the relationship between habitual physical activity and physical fitness was recently concluded by researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM). This has been the largest study performed to date to analyse habitual physical activity and physical fitness. According to the conclusions by the researchers from Boston University School of …

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The Buffaloes officially forfeit the game against Watseka

Ridge Farm/Chrisman football teams of Georgetown will have to wait for another week for the open match. The Buffaloes cancelled the game with the Warriors on Thursday as The Buffaloes officially forfeit the game, Ridge Farm were was supposed to start the season on Saturday against Watseka. Georgetown-Ridge Farm principal and athletics director Kevin Thomas …

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Waterloo Public Health Agencies To Implement Vaccine Certificate

Public health officials from the region of Waterloo, along with the Public Health Department of Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph have announced their support for Ontario to implement a COVID-19 vaccine certificate program. As both the health departments are lending their voices to support a call for implementing the Vaccine Certificate Program. Head of the Local Association of Public …

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