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Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
  • The Bone Builders hold second session

  • The exercise program helps prevent osteoporosis, improves balance and has other benefits of enhancing energy and simple well-being.
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  • The Bone Builders exercise program, sponsored by the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) held its second Bone Builder Inservice for its trainers at the University of Minnesota Crookston this month. Bone Builders was first implemented in 2006 in Crookston, and has expanded to 33 classes within the seven-county area (Kittson, Roseau, Pennington, Marshall, Red Lake, Norman and Polk). RSVP Bone Builder Leaders were treated to a morning of training by Carter Kunz, physical therapist, Altru Clinic and Wendie Hasler, co-owner, Heart & Soul Foods in Fertile, Minnesota. RSVP Bone Builder program currently has over 100 trainers and classes average 9 to 15 people. The exercise program helps prevent osteoporosis, improves balance and has other benefits of enhancing energy and simple well-being.

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