Living in San Luis Obispo affords a healthy lifestyle and residents can reap the benefits from the locally grown foods. A number of farms and services connect farmers directly to consumers via food subscription and delivery services. Within San Luis Obispo, there are a number of fruit and vegetable subscription/delivery services as well as meats that provide fresh, locally raised foods and at the same time offer convenience for busy residents.
Gymnazo and Lose It For Life opened a new facility this month in San Luis Obispo to provide the local community with a ﬁtness facility dedicated to transformational ﬁtness and a health-oriented community. Both organizations provide health and ﬁtness services looking to keep the community ﬁt, functional and to assist in weight loss.
Close your eyes and imagine a skateboarder. If the first image that came to mind was a 15 year-old with a scowl on his face sliding down the hand rails of a public stairway, it may be time to get a fresh perspective on the sport.
That’s just what you’ll receive from Jack Smith, founder of the Morro Bay Skateboard Museum and publisher of The Skateboarder’s Journal magazine. At 56 years old, the soft-spoken and down-to-earth Smith does not fit the stereotype of the skateboarder; in fact, his work is helping to change the stereotype.
Location, location, location. Apparently it makes as much of a difference in a workout routine as it does in real estate. Perhaps this is because not everyone is inspired to exercise at the sight of an industrial warehouse gym or a room full of hulking workout equipment. Some of us find motivation in the finer details. And for this set, Assets BarreFitness™ has you at ‘hello.’
A retired Marine will attempt a remarkable event this summer, biking 3,700 miles across the U.S. to raise funds for wounded Marines and sailors.
John Foldberg, at age 57, will be accompanied by Daniel and Nathan Macfarlane and Evan Gillham, three young men who had heard about Foldberg’s endeavor and asked to come along. The four Atascadero residents have formed a group named “CCC4Vets” or “Cross-Country Cyclists for Veterans.” They will leave Anacortes, Washington on August 1, 2013 and bike 60 miles a day until they arrive at Virginia Beach, Virginia mid-October.
The Ravine Waterpark premiers new mud run and music festival
New event set for Sept. 14
The Ravine Waterpark in Paso Robles opened registration this month for its first ever Mud & Music Fest. The new family-friendly event is set to take place at the park on Sept. 14 starting at 7 a.m.
Event organizers Brett Butterfield, J Walsh and Michael Marquez are excited to bring a new and fun event for the whole family with a variety of entertainment and attractions.
Runners and their families will come from far and wide to participate in the 5K mud run.
When Alex Ho, a personal trainer based in San Francisco, won the Paso Robles Harvest Marathon last year with a time of 3:01:06, it couldn’t have been too big of a shocker. He had trained for two or three months, and had just come off of training for an Ironman 70.3 triathlon. He has also taken first place in the Sierra Recon Mud Run, and recently came in ninth place in a 100-mile race.
The San Luis Obispo Rowing Club/SLO Rowing Club extends an invitation to the public to join us at our “Open House” at Lake Santa Margarita at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 15. They will be celebrating their 10th anniversary.