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January 01, 1993 - Image 53

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-01

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FITNESS

HEALTH

FITNE S

"How I Stay Fit"

64I stay fit by working out every-
day. I cross-train and never do the
same sport two days in a row. I
play ice hockey, use the Stair-
master and Nautilus-type equip-
ment",
Brad Schram,
attorney.

“Every morning at 6:00 a.m., six

days a week, I exercise with a per-
sonal trainer. My trainer helps me
to follow a combined regimen of
aerobics and working with free
weights. I like to supplement
those activities with a brisk walk
through the woods for health and
relaxation",

IJ

Tamara Freidman,
spa owner,
Tamara Institut de Beaute.

46Just naturally. It's embarass-
ing, but I don't exercise" ,
Marc Kay,
youth director
at Adat Shalom and
Hillel Day School teacher.

66I like to vary my workouts ac-
cording to the seasons. In the win-
ter, I am on the Stairmaster an
hour every day, lift free weights
and do floor exercises. I also make
sure I stick to a no-fat diet, al-
though I cannot resist candy once
in a while!”

“It's easy. I have a Stairmaster
at home",
Lynn Sachse,
attorney.

Susan Fayne,
owner of
Matt Brady's Tavern.

64I run three times a week. I've
been doing that for 20 years" ,

Michael Eidelman,
M.D.

“My family and I have adopted a
solid walking regimen. We try to
walk whenever the weather is
good, but if we find the weather
isn't with us, we take our workout
to the mall. Also, I use skim milk,
instead of whole, and I eat a lot of
beans and rice",

66I diet all the time",

Janice Berkower,
office manager.

Dr. Gary Holland,
chiropractor.

661 work out, and I chase the
kids",
David Lubin,
architect.

“I'm taking care of myself run-

66I work out at the JCC.99

ning three miles a day, four days
a week! Now if I could only cut out
the sweets!”

N

Nancy Glass,
custom shirt maker.

66I play tennis four-five times a

week",

David Leader,
businessman.

66I use my treadmill,'
Lesley Feldman,
West Bloomfield
resident.

George Blum, M.D., president of the American Academy of Pediatrics Michigan Chapter,
plays tennis two or three times a week.

66I don't. I'm falling apart",

Marilyn Weitzman,
mother.

46I teach aerobics" ,
Lisa Marks,
owner of
1220 Fitness
in Ann Arbor.

66I have a regular exercise routine
which is quite strenuous; I work
out with weights and run three
days a week and like to bicycle in
the summer, weather permitting.
To help promote my overall
health, I do not smoke; I eat a low-
fat diet, (I particularly stay away
from fried foods), and I try to eat
very little salt,'

Leslie Kutinsky,
attorney.

Sandy Mozen,
hairstylist at
Freddy's Salon.

"I walk on the treadmill for 45
minutes a day and also walk out-
side whenever possible. I like to
play a good game of tennis; and to
stay healthy, I try to avoid all fat
in my diet",

Leslie J. Lewiston,
real estate developer.

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