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In light of growing popularity of self-care, students, counselor evaluate proposed benefits, shortcomings of trends

In light of growing popularity of self-care, students,  counselor evaluate proposed benefits, shortcomings of trends

Michelle Lu

December 12, 2019

Glossy Twitter threads. Instagram accounts boasting skincare products. Podcasts sharing stress relievers. Vlogs recording daily routines. These are all facets of the “self-care” movement that has taken the country by storm in recent years. These actions lead to the same question: “How do you pr...

Senior Alex Waples

Senior Alex Waples

Livvie Hurley

May 18, 2018

Alex Waples, track team member and senior, eats an apple before practice on April 25 at the CHS stadium. Waples likes to keep a balance of eating healthy and exercise in her daily life.

Sophomore Jacob Mahon

Sophomore Jacob Mahon

Livvie Hurley

May 18, 2018

Sophomore Jacob Mahon lifts weights in his Advanced Physical Conditioning class. Before heading to the weight lifting room, the class warmed up in the gym.

Q & A: Coach Aaron Bosket

Q & A: Coach Aaron Bosket

May 18, 2018

Coach Aaron Bosket sits on a bench in the CHS weight room. Bosket said the best way to keep a healthy lifestyle is by eating healthy, getting enough sleep and participating in small amounts of physical activity.

CHS students reflect on the implications of healthy versus excessive exercise

CHS students reflect on the implications of healthy versus excessive exercise

News

May 19, 2016

Senior Haleigh Overshiner participates in school athletics and said she considers fitness to be an important part of her everyday life, like many CHS students. As a varsity runner on the women’s track team, Overshiner runs five to six days a week and has advanced physical conditioning (APC) classes...

Don’t Do it for the Donk. People should work out for the sake of being healthy rather than for changing their appearances.

perspectives

April 21, 2016

Working out and eating healthy is always a good idea regardless of any other facts or statistics. However, working out solely for the purpose of getting a bigger butt is completely ridiculous and can cause body image problems as well as unnecessary anxiety. Today’s society has completely changed the...

Spring registration for Carmel Dad’s Club now open

Beats

January 18, 2011

When fall sports ended, sophomore Tyler Novitski said he decided to play basketball for the Carmel Dad’s Club (CDC) in the winter. “I just like playing the game and being with my friends," he said. "It’s a fun environment that’s not as competitive as the high school level.” Now, however,...

Winter Workout(side?)

Beats

December 12, 2009

As days get colder and shorter, students find ways to stay active and focus on fitness during the long winter months. By Cassie Dugan and Celina Wu <cdugan@hilite.org>, <cwu@hilite.org> As the frosted grass crunches beneath her running shoes with each stride, senior Sarah Schin...