HERMISTON — Having recently opened a new gym, personal trainer Toni Piek has been seeing people who are excited to start training again.
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Geneva Timpy, Toni Piek, Connie Burke and Pam Hefner take a break from a training session Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, in Piek’s new Hermiston gym.
Hermiston’s newest gym, Elevate Fitness Studio, 2120 First St., stands ready for use patrons Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021. The gym opened Oct. 3.
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At Hermiston High School, athletic trainer Dan Emry is appreciated every day of the school year — not just during Athletic Trainer Appreciation Month in March.
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A former personal trainer, Carol Nigut, 63, takes twice-weekly brisk walks, does strength training three times a week, keeps flexible with yoga and maintains an enviable body mass index.
As we ring in the new year, it might be a good time to leave a few fitness trends, and even some staples, behind.
• Zeyla Brandt, PT, Nancy Hartung, PT, and Annette Cyr, PTA, all of Healing Bridge Physical Therapy in Bend, attended a continuing education course on “Mobilization, Manipulation and Muscle Energy Techniques for the Ribs, Spine, Pelvis and SIJ” in November 2015.