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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.

Summer training leads chs students and athletes to a healthy lifestyle

Summer training leads chs students  and athletes to a healthy lifestyle

Contributor

May 21, 2015

Summer training leads CHS  students and athletes to a healthy lifestyle. As school is coming to an end, Ethan Lee, soccer player and freshman, prepares himself for a summer filled with fun, friends and fitness. Like many other students at CHS, Lee finds summer nutrition a necessity to stay in shape. ...

Maintenance department continues work on new fitness building

Maintenance department continues work on new fitness building

Beats

February 21, 2013

According to maintenance staff, Ken Badger, the maintenance department is still assisting the construction team on the new fitness building outside the CHS natatorium entrance. Students such as junior Andrew Lentz consider this building a worthwhile investment for the many talented athletes of ...

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...

Letter to the Editor: It’s not just gym any more

perspectives

March 13, 2009

By Kim TenBrink I have to admit it, I am a “gym” major (my diploma from OSU reads “Bachelor of Science, Education”). My Physical Education curriculum included anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology – these are some of the same classes that pre-med, pre-vet, pre-nursing, and occupational a...