Lily Lautenschlager embraces adaptive dance program | Health and Fitness


Last year, Lily padded her resume when Chase and Dougherty elevated her to “assistant teacher” status. Today, the Dancing Beyond Limits program has grown to 25 students, all from the Lincoln area. Lily says the program has outgrown the space at the dance studio; practice sessions have been moved to a church gym.


The daughter of Lincoln Public Schools teachers Karl and Carrie Lautenschlager, Lily lives in a home where schoolwork comes first. She credits “great coaches” for supporting her in both athletics and academics and in helping her juggle her responsibilities.

“I also plan out my week in

FitTrack Announces the Launch of Beebo, the Most Accurate & Reliable Maternity Scale Available | Business



Today, leading health and fitness technology company FitTrack has launched FitTrack Beebo, the most accurate and reliable smart scale designed for moms-to-be. FitTrack is continuing on its mission to make tracking health and wellness accessible to everyone — with incredibly affordable and easy-to-use products designed for every stage of your life.

Understanding that motherhood can be exciting, isolating and confusing all at once, FitTrack Beebo was designed to help women through the journey of motherhood, from pregnancy all the way through postpartum. With FitTrack Beebo, expecting mothers can connect to their bodies — and their baby

Gaston Y’s to open fitness centers for members with medical needs – News – Gaston Gazette


The Gaston County Family YMCA will open its indoor fitness centers at three locations for members with a medical need for exercise directed by a medical professional beginning Friday, Aug. 7.

The three indoor fitness centers — Cherryville, Stowe and Warlick —will open at limited capacity to provide a place for members to exercise who need it, said YMCA CEO Sharon Padgett.

But, she emphasized, the YMCAs are not fully opened.

“This is not an opening of the YMCA. We are opening for a small population of our members who need it for medical reasons and can show a note

Mountainside Fitness CEO expects to reopen health clubs Tuesday


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PHOENIX — Mountainside Fitness CEO Tom Hatten is confident he will be able to reopen his health clubs next Tuesday after a judge ruled the state must give those in the industry a way to apply for reopening.

Hatten alerted members Tuesday of plans to reopen, hours after a judge said the state had one week to provide a way to apply.

“We’re going to speed up the clock. We will get it done,” Hatten told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s The Mike Broomhead Show Wednesday.

“I’m confident the governor’s office will do that with our industry and allow