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How to stay on track with your New Year’s resolutions

Molly Setnick, right, leading a workout at her studio, Crowbar Cardio, says fun is a motivator, but people still need to make a commitment to exercise. (Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News/TNS)

Edward Ruano

February 2, 2016

Now that 2016 is well underway, resolutions for the new year are either in full swing or screeching to a halt. If you’ve already given up on your resolutions for 2016, you’re not alone. According to University of Scranton study, only 8 percent of American adults are successful at achieving their New Year...

100 Citizens program sheds light on public health

Steven Loy, a kinesiology professor, founded 100 citizens, a free exercise program in the San Fernando Valley, which was recognized by the White House. Demi Corso/ The Sundial

Andrew Lim

August 27, 2014

  Four years ago the 100 Citizens program got its start with founder Dr. Steven Loy, CSUN kinesiology professor and  just 20 CSUN students. The participants gathered in a classroom to discuss their desire on public health. Today, 100 Citizens is a widely celebrated program recognized by the W...

New workout involves playing with drumsticks

Brita Potenza

April 24, 2013

We all grew up wanting to be ballerinas and astronauts and we all at some point in time dreamt of being a rockstar.  Along with the rocking out experience, we all want that rockstar body especially for that upcoming swimsuit season. There's a new way to achieve both. POUND is a new 45 minute group ...

Best fitness apps for National Nutrition Month

Tenny Minassian

February 29, 2012

Students have hectic lives trying to juggle work, school, family, and social relationships. Student’s phones can be one of their best tools in their quest to juggle it all and stay healthy and fit at the same time.  iPhones and Androids have thousands of applications that can be downloaded and used...

SRC proven to be worthwhile for students

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 9, 2012

These days, working out in public is akin to speaking in public. Both can be terrifying if caught unprepared or out-of-shape. Unless you are one of the few individuals who won the genetic lottery or have the self-efficacy to a follow a strict workout routine, this fear might already be lurking within. Not...

Student Recreation Center Construction Nears Finish Line

Ryan Klinkert

August 3, 2011

After nearly four years of planning and two years of construction, the CSUN Student Recreation Center is within months of completion. The center is on pace to be completed by the end of the Fall semester and open January 25th, 2012, which remarkably is right on schedule, despite an earlier CSU budget...

CSUN celebrates National Fitness day

Steffanie Tate

February 22, 2011

The University Student Union held an event sponsoring national recreational sports and fitness day at the Plaza del Sol on Tuesday to bring awareness to health issues and the new recreation center being built on campus. “We want to get awareness that we’re opening the center, and we want people...

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