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Bridging The Gap - 2/19/2013

FITNESS Center bridges gap between elderly, disabled communites Print Email Buy Now Jason Malmont/The Sentinel Robert Swoyer, a members of the Silver Sneakers Fitness Program, uses a stretch band to work his arm muscles on Wednesday afternoon at the Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania. February 19, 2013 9:00 am • Christen Croley, The Sentinel(0) Comments Meet the Reporter Christen Croley Sentinel Reporter Twitter: @cumberlink Facebook: The Sentinel Newspaper Google+: The Sentinel Newspaper Email: ccroley@cumberlink.com C

Assists Woman To Gain Range of Motion- 2012

Tina Landis has almost full range of motion on the left side of her body. With her hands in the air, smiling and laughing, Tina Landis indicated she’s very, very pleased with Living Well With A Disability, and especially her Fitness Center Coach, Jesse Swoyer of the Center for Independent Living of Central PA (CILCP). In September 2010, Tina, a resident of Perry County, Pennsylvania, had a stroke causing her to lose motion in her left side, and get aphasia, which is an impairment of language ability. Tina’s husband, Perry, explained that after the stroke, he drove his wife on a weekly

Fitness Opportunities- 12/29/2011

Fitness Opportunities for People With Disabilities Impact Body and Spirit December 29th, 2011 | Chris Lenois What resolutions are you making for the New Year?

2010 Innovation Award-Non Profit Award

Center for Independent Living of Central PA Receives Nonprofit Innovation Award Local nonprofit, empowering people with disabilities, is recognized for its fully-accessible state-of-the-art fitness center. Janetta Green, Director of Operations at CILCP, accepted the award. (Camp Hill, Pa.) – The Center for Independent Living of Central PA (CILCP) was acknowledged at the 11th Annual Central Penn Business Journal’s Nonprofit Innovation Awards for its Living Well With A Disability Fitness Center.

Fitness Center Caters To Disability- Body & Mind Article

CHRISTINE BAKER, The Patriot-News Trainer Larry Wright guides Ken Walters of Carlisle during his workout at the Living Well Fitness Center at the Center for Independent Living in Camp Hill. Tucked away off of Erford Road in Camp Hill is a little-known gym where people go for the exercise and end up with a new lease on life. “We’re not just a fitness center; we’re a whole life fitness center,” said trainer Larry Wright of Living Well Fitness Center, run by the Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania.

Goal Setting for Success

We hope that everyone is having a wonderful summer so far! As we kick off the summer let's talk about Goal Setting. Starting new programs and making changes in our lives require us to have perseverence, discipline, and the right motivation and inspiration to keep us excited to continue down our path of Health and Wellness. In order to make sure that you stay on the right path remember that you need to set attainable and realistic goals.

National Posture Institute's Posture Analysis, Correction, and Resistance Training CEC Workshop at San Diego State University

NPI staff had a great time presenting the National Posture Institute's Posture Analysis, Correction, and Resistance Training CEC Workshop at San Diego State University yesterday.   Learn more about the workshop:  http://www.npionline.org/workshops/sdsu

National Posture Institute News: Job stress, unhealthy lifestyle increase risk of coronary artery disease

National Posture Institute News: Job stress, unhealthy lifestyle increase risk of coronary artery disease.  People with job stress and an unhealthy lifestyle are at higher risk of coronary artery disease than people who have job stress but lead healthy lifestyles, found a study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).    Of the total participants, 15 986 (16%) reported job stress, which was determined from specific job-related questions-defined three lifestyle categories based on smoking, alcohol consumption, physical activity/inactivity and obesity (bod

PROTEIN

 We all need a certain amount to build muscle, loss fat and recover from our trainings. Men's Health just published a blog called the '10 best protein sources. They are 1. Whole eggs 2. Wild salmon. 3. Cottage cheese. 4. Beef. 5. Greek yogurt. 6. Sardines. 7. Whey protein. 8. Poultry (chicken, turkey, etc). 9. Nuts. 10. Quinoa. What is your go to source? Mine is chicken 

THE REAL SECERT TO LOSING WEIGHT

 You first need to get healthy. Clean up your diet a little. Tell your doctor about those chronic pains you have been suffering. Become more active during the day. If you take care of your body, your body will take care of you.