FSU’s ‘Biggest Loser’ competition for students a huge success PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 16 June 2010 14:26

Picture_302_--_logo_new2.240x240Program organized by CHILL, Department of Health and Physical Eduation

Frostburg State University students showed their dedication to health and wellness during the course of the second annual “Are You the Biggest Loser on Campus?” competition organized by FSU’s “Creating Healthy, Informed Lasting Lifestyles” (CHILL) and the Department of Health and Physical Education.  Fourteen teams featuring a total of 78 students participated during the course of the two-month long event that began March 2 and ran through May 4 and challenged students to eat healthy, exercise, and think critically about their overall health and well-being, including fitness, nutrition, and stress management.

Overseen by senior exercise and sports science major Kimber Williams, teams ...

Carpenters In The Forehead/ Alert To All Women Suffering From HSDD: Keep Your Eyes, Ears, And Libi PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Jeff Davis   
Tuesday, 01 June 2010 04:28

Carpenter_2 Carpenters In The Forehead/  Alert To All Women Suffering From HSDD:  Keep Your Eyes, Ears, And Libidos Tuned To June 18th

Yes m’am, this day in June is when the Federal Drug Administration is set to announce whether all you women out there who are suffering from a new-found mental illness will find relief in what is being touted as the “little pink pill.” 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 June 2010 14:07
FSU receives renewed designation as a Fit-Friendly Company from American Heart Association PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 17 May 2010 16:14

logo_new2.240x240For the second year in a row, Frostburg State University was recently recognized by the American Heart Association (AHA) and Start! for maintaining its status as a “Gold Start!  Fit-Friendly Company.”  This status puts FSU among an elite group of awardees and acknowledges the University’s efforts to promote and foster an institutional culture of health and physical activity in the workplace.  FSU first received this award in March 2009.

“I am extremely pleased that FSU is maintaining its Fit-Friendly Company status and feel that this recognition opens doors for the University to continue developing a strong focus on health and wellness,” said FSU President Jonathan Gibralter.  “Everyone at FSU who has been involved in promoting wellness in the ...

FSU’s Activities for Life to offer Adult Climbing Class PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 10 April 2010 10:16

logo_new2.240x240Activities for Life (AFL) at Frostburg State University will offer an adult climbing class on Mondays, April 19 through May 10.  The class will be held from 6 to 8 PM in  the Cordts Physical Education Center, Room 170 at the indoor climbing wall.  This class is open to participants 16 years old and older.

The purpose of this course is to introduce adults to a positive new sport that has limitless potential for physical, mental, and emotional growth.  They will learn proper stretching, safety, and climbing techniques to help them excel at this growing sport.  Throughout the course, teamwork, communication, and responsibility will be emphasized.  All gear is provided.

The instructor will be Tylor Streett, who holds a Maryland Top Rope Certification.  Registration ...

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 April 2010 10:22
Chew on That, Will Ya’?!! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Cherie Snyder   
Friday, 09 April 2010 22:01

logo_new2.240x240This article was originally published in the January issue of the Cumberland Times-News Health Journal.

Happy New Year!

Yup….it is officially January 2010.  Time to make those New Year’s Resolutions.  Or as my kids say with the ruthless clarity of youth speaking truth to power:  “Maybe you should just forget the New Year’s resolutions and work on your Bucket List, Mom.”


Given my immediate and total lack of success with last year’s pledge (I vowed to be on time for meetings, appointments, massages, weddings, parties, and life in general), I am finding it hard to be positive about success in 2010.

But if nothing else, my 2009 New Year’s Resolution flop did teach me an important lesson about making sweeping overnight promises to change.  ...

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 April 2010 09:09

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