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5K Run/Par-Course and Nutrition Meet
South Athletic Field ( (West of the Main Entrance, on Avenue K, next to Football Stadium). Course:

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Respond by: 12/15/2018

What we're about

Anyone and everyone with a pulse! I mean it...really.

Being Fit is the natural result of Bio-mechanic activity. Some people call it Exercise, but I call it Play. When I was a kid, Physical Education (P.E.), was mandatory but it was fun. I played sports like Kickball, Softball, Basketball, Volleyball, and so on.

Do you remember P.E. when you were in school?

Physical Education contributed greatly to my overall health and helped me to become an outstanding multi-sport athlete later in life, during both High School and College.

Unfortunately, as we get older, society conditions us to believe that once we turn 18 years old, we are suppose to stop “Playing” and start “Working”. Most preferably at a nice cushy Desk Job no less. As a result, we become accustomed to spending more time sitting (in an office), than playing.

So why do Adults not play anymore?

Many reasons I am sure. I myself am a career professional and full-time student. I know first hand how difficult it is to juggle life, while trying to set aside time for exercise. According to the American Heart Association, children need a minimum of 60 minutes of aerobic activity every day ( )

But what about Adults?

I will give you one guess what the AHA recommends for Adults. You guessed it... the same. 60 minutes of aerobic activity is still all an Adult needs to stay fit and healthy. Which is why after I gained over 60 lbs. in one year during a battle with depression, I decided to take back control of my health.

As of today I have lost 42 lbs. in the past 90 days.

How did I do it?

There are only 24 hours in a day, and how we divide our time between work and play will determine our level of success at maintaining a healthy lifestyle. With this is mind I have developed a unique process of fitting Exercise (Play) into my everyday life. By applying a combination of effective time management, not unlike the techniques used in a corporate boardroom, along with tried and true methods of accelerated Resistance and Aerobic Activity, I believe I have found a solution to the Battle of the Bulge for active adults.

While I cannot claim to have created anything as revolutionary as sliced bread, I have developed a technique that has helped me to get results. During one of my Workouts this past April, I lost 4 lbs. in just 3 hours. Since then, I have duplicated the process several times over. As a 40+ year old person, results like this are encouraging and I do not mind sharing my experience with others.

Join me and the other fitness minded people of the Antelope Valley for what I hope to be an amazing journey.

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