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Brad Bloom's picture

Antoniette Pacheco and Frank Medrano do extreme calisthenics together. Watch them and you'll be amazed how creative they make fitness. Antoniette's life is amazing in another way. Her personal story of faith is rooted in the saving grace of Jesus Christ.

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There are five dimensions of wellness: physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual. But for Melia and many like her who are overweight and in a wheelchair, being well means getting out – out of the wheelchair, the depression, and the limits of doing things usual. Dance is a creative gift from God and it’s redefining fitness.

Jason Berry's picture

One of the biggest keys to becoming fit is to identify and correct, if necessary, your reason to be fit. Your identity isn't in your body composition. Jason Berry helps you understand how to do fitness for all the right reasons. It’s time to turn your focus to what God says about your body and grow in His plan for your life!

Laura Monica's picture

Have you ever been to Cirque De Soliel and dreamed of performing on the high-flying silks? Have you ever become bored with your exercise routine? Today’s suspension training gives you endless ways to do an anti-gravity workout. Laura Monica of WholyFit shares how it can be both fun and faith filled.

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We have an entire department in Faith & Fitness Magazine dedicated to COLLEGE FITNESS. We believe the college years are pivotal for students as they take personal ownership of their faith and cultivate the vision for their vocation. We're pleased to introduce Reverend David Pritchard as the College Fitness Department Editor. Get to know him and see why you can expect great things in this department.

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