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Getting their kicks

Alvin Cormier (left) and Carolyn Cameron get in a few kicks (and punches) over the noon hour during Tae Kwon Do sessions at the Trail Martial Arts studio in downtown Trail. Instructor Jason Ayles offers the day time classes Tuesdays and Thursdays for those looking for a quick, intense workout during their workday and for shift workers to allow them to get in extra classes they may miss in the evenings. - Art Harrison
Alvin Cormier (left) and Carolyn Cameron get in a few kicks (and punches) over the noon hour during Tae Kwon Do sessions at the Trail Martial Arts studio in downtown Trail. Instructor Jason Ayles offers the day time classes Tuesdays and Thursdays for those looking for a quick, intense workout during their workday and for shift workers to allow them to get in extra classes they may miss in the evenings.
— image credit: Art Harrison
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