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SAN DIEGO NAMED FITTEST CITY IN AMERICA BY APARTMENT GUIDE

 

March 8, 2013 (San Diego) – March marks the beginning of spring (as well as spring break!) and National Nutrition Month.  So Apartment Guide has issued its recommendations on the most fit places to live nationwide. The publication found that for many consumers—about 20 percent—the barrier to entry for getting fit isn’t due to lack dedication, but lack of disposable funds. With median income levels continuing to drop—8 percent since 2007—monthly gym memberships can be cost prohibitive. However, with so many apartment buildings featuring fitness centers (often gratis!), apartment dwellers are at an advantage here; there’s no excuse for passing on your workout! 

BIRD TALK: THE DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANT

 

By Greg Dunne
                                                
April 27, 2012 (Lake Jennings) –The Cormorant is a silly bird. That’s what I named my favorite photograph of the Cormorant, which I  entered in the Lake Jennings photo contest.  My photo received an honorable mention and will receive a ribbon, which I will proudly display on my desk. Before I provide more information on Cormorants—including why they are silly birds-- I would like to mention a few words about the rangers and staff at Lake Jennings. 

 

GET MOVING ON LA MESA’S URBAN WALKING TRAILS

October 10, 2009 (La Mesa)—The City of La Mesa encourages residents to “Get Up, Get Out and Get Moving “ with Urban Walking Trails. This FREE walking program offers each walker the choice of an intermediate or advanced route and is designed for all ages and fitness levels. Bring your family to enjoy the outdoors and at the same time exercise and explore La Mesa.

LA MESA LAUNCHES URBAN WALKING TRAILS

 

July 26, 2009 (La Mesa)—La Mesa invites the public to get up, get out, and get moving with the city’s Urban Walking Trails—a free program offering beginner, intermediate and advanced walking routes for all ages and fitness levels. Led by walking host Fit-X San Diego, Fitness Professionals, the walking explorations of La Mesa are held each Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.