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Starting the New Year off right

The proper technique for weight lifting is essential for those embarking on a New Year’s resolution to get into better shape or lose weight, says personal trainer Barb Shields, left, who instructs new gym inductees Brady Shields, middle, and Joel Williamson at Performance Fitness. Jody Fors’ gym on Cedar Avenue has been a hub of activity for those looking for a fresh start on the new year, but they always have room for one more. - Timothy Schafer
The proper technique for weight lifting is essential for those embarking on a New Year’s resolution to get into better shape or lose weight, says personal trainer Barb Shields, left, who instructs new gym inductees Brady Shields, middle, and Joel Williamson at Performance Fitness. Jody Fors’ gym on Cedar Avenue has been a hub of activity for those looking for a fresh start on the new year, but they always have room for one more.
— image credit: Timothy Schafer
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