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Jerald Carlson, who drives a tractor-trailer 350 to 500 miles, seven days a week for Superior, Wis.-based Halvor Lines has lost 85 pounds this year, and has seen his blood pressure decrease substantially.
Alexmai Addo, the president of the UM-Crookston student government, had a succinct appraisal of the campus’ current wellness center: “Not much time, not much space and not much access for non-sports students.”
Tom Seydel didn’t play high school sports while growing up in East Grand Forks. “Too skinny,” he said. “Skinny” no longer is a word to describe the 39-year-old Seydel, who has won three overall champion bodybuilding titles at regional competitions over the past two years.
When Lindsey Bachmann goes for a run, her high-tech companion tells her “GO LINZ” or “YOU ROCK.” The 30-year-old Fargo woman wasn’t sold when her friend gave her a Fitbit One for her birthday this spring. She already had a GPS watch to track her distance.
A year ago, Richard Dafoe believed the potential was there for Grand Forks to run a successful Wild Hog Half Marathon. The potential indeed was there. And potential turned into reality when nearly 1,500 participants registered for the inaugural event.
A growing number of Americans are standing, walking and even cycling their way through the workday at treadmill desks, standup desks or other moving workstations. Others are forgoing chairs in favor of giant exercise balls to stay fit.
Pleasant summer weather means there will be a lot more bicyclists out and about town and potential for bicycling accidents go up. A lot of accidents, though, can be prevented, according to Pat White, co-owner of The Ski & Bike Shop in Grand Forks. “The big thing right now is to use common sense.”
Local aquatics directors say they’re used to hearing they’re “mean.” When Dave Klundt, aquatics director for the Fargo Park District, started managing his hometown pool while in college in the 1980s, people complained he was too strict.
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