Use it to find activities and parking or share safety pledge and photos with friends You’re at Síclovía and you’ve lost your way. You’ve lost your party. You’ve lost track of time and may miss the program you wanted to see. You’ve got no idea where you are and don’t know where to turn. There’s an app for all of that, and more.
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Written by UT Health Scie… on Jul 25 2013 - 3:27pm
Studies suggest that Latino kids have fewer opportunities to engage in physical activity than their white counterparts. Latino kids also are less likely than white kids to meet federal recommendations of at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day due to fewer parks and other active spaces, fewer school- or community-based physical activity programs, and differing parenting styles.
Written by saafdn on Jul 29 2011 - 3:01pm
We all know seniors need to stay active to stay healthy. And, dancing is a creative exercise. So, Urban-15 Group put the two together to form their Hot Hot Hot Latin dance class. Lead by Catherine Cisneros, Urban-15’s Artistic Director, the Latin dance class teaches the fundamentals of Latin dance, fitness and performance. “It allows them to develop confidence, articulation, posture, and public presentation,” said George Cisneros, who serves as Music and Media Director.
Written by Elizabeth Allen on Jul 21 2011 - 1:34pm
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (July 21, 2011)—In response to staggering obesity and breast cancer mortality rates, a new local study is testing how different types of exercise—like yoga—best improve cancer survivors’ fitness, quality of life and molecular indicators of future risk. The project, Improving Mind and Physical ACTivity (IMPACT), is led by the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) in the School of Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Oct 26 2010 - 12:46pm
You'll notice a number of stories on our site about how the streets of San Antonio can be friendlier, safer, more "walkable" and just plain healthier.Healthier streets mean healthier people.Make no mistake about it - we have a problem. Just look at this map of childhood obesity in San Antonio:What is it about this place where we live that causes so many children and adults to be so overweight and get the ensuing diseases, such as diabetes?