The Media School

On the Beat- Health and Fitness

February 15th, 2018 by

PARTICIPANTS MOVE WITH THE MUSIC IN NEW GROUP EXERCISE SESSIONS

Jan. 23, 2018

Emily Isaacman, IDS

Barre Fitness and Pure Strength are two new group exercises the SRSC is adding in 2018. The two classes are aimed at strength training without the cardio and using Pop music as motivation. Assistant director of fitness Emily Gartland calls it “a little something different.”

Indiana Daily Student: Web site, Twitter



KIND KOMBUCHA: A BREW SAID TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND MOOD

Dec. 4, 2017

Susan M. Brackney, Bloom Magazine

Kind Kombucha, a healthy drink, is offered in 10 flavors at the Farmers’ Market, Bloomingfoods, Lucky’s Market and more. Co-founder Donte Walker says the goal of the drink is to create a healthier lifestyle, make people in a better mood and “just be happier.”

Bloom Magazine: Web site, Facebook



RISE OF 24-HOUR GYMS ALLOW LOCALS TO ACHIEVE THEIR FITNESS GOALS REGARDLESS OF SCHEDULE

Nov. 30, 2017

Briana Huskin, Bloomington Beat

24-hour gyms like Anytime Fitness allow those with busy schedules to achieve their workout goals at literally anytime. Local student Kessler Mcgarry says the family run business is “appealing to a lot of people.”

Bloomington Beat: Web site, Twitter



ORANGE THEORY FITNESS MANAGER WILL CANDELARIA IS PASSIONATE ABOUT THE COMMUNITY’S HEALTH

Nov. 2, 2017

Briana Huskin, Bloomington Beat

Bloomington’s Orange Theory regional manager Will Candelaria is passionate about the community’s health. Orange Theory opened last September and is a way to see real lifestyle changes. Candelaria refers to it as a “direct, personal, positive impact on people’s day-to-day.”

Bloomington Beat: Web site, Twitter



AT THE GYM, ABS AND STATS

Jan. 1, 2016

Ginia Bellafante, New York Times

Boutique fitness studios remain on an upward trend nationally and locally. Some popular studios include Pure Barre and Orange Theory. Founder of Orange Theory Ellen Latham came to the idea by thinking how she could get “fat blowing off” her Pilates clients.

The New York Times: Web site, Twitter