FREE Health Check Ups after morning Fitness Fusion class Second Wednesday of each month at our Fallbrook Community Center. Blood pressure, blood glucose, etc. 

This outreach is a coordinated effort of the Fallbrook Regional Health Care District, California State Univers...

"First do no harm" is as true of our fitness practice as it is a principle of the medical community; we should always evaluate new diets and exercise fads with this in mind. Example: An article says cinnamon may help control blood sugar and weight management, so you ar...

November 22, 2019

Fall 2019 marked the 10th anniversary of Wade into Fitness classes at Fallbrook Community Center! To celebrate - those who come to any 10 consecutive Wade into Fitness classes between November 10, 2019 and February 10, 2020 will receive a FREE class and a FREE unique W...

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. About 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. The good news is that while there are still genetic and other factors we can’t control, most research shows that approximately 50% of cancers a...

Learn this year's fun routine! We celebrate a day early with a "Beauty of the Dance/Bounty of the Earth" Friday July 27 w/ Fitness Fusion 8:30AM class. I modify some of the routine so everyone enjoys! You don't have to be a dancer! It's fun fitness for mind and body. W...

Working out together can lead to a 26% lower stress rate than working out on your own according to a recent study by the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Group exercisers also reported a higher physical, mental and emotional quality of life th...

Your workout sweat is believed to have benefits for the skin! Perspiration is thought to act as a prebiotic for your skin microflora (Nutrition for your healthy bacteria). According to Kara Fitzgerald, ND Sandy Hook Clinic "working up a sweat two or three times a week...

Wade into Fitness continued a 9 year tradition of including fun, health and giving back to our community this past holiday season. Charlene Fedorchak of our Fitness Fusion class and Barbara Cyran of our Healing Yoga class were the winners of this year’s candy cane draw...

In Italy the word "passeggiata" means a short, social walk taken after meals. George Washington University School of Public Health recently found taking just a 15-minute walk after each meal improves blood sugar levels for 24 hours!

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