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February 20, 2004 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-20

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BABYCISE ITS

Moms and infants get into the workout mode.

STAFF PHOTOS BY ANGIE BRAN
ew classes at the Oak Park and West Bloomfield
Jewish Community Centers are helping young moth-
ers and young infants exercise togther.
Run by Mommy & Baby Fitness' Cheryl Ishakis,
the classes feature 45 minutes of post-natal exercises for moms
— from low-impact, total body conditioning to Mombo (kick-
boxercise) — 30 minutes of infant stimulation and a group dis-
cussion of parenting or baby-related topics.

N



— Alan Hitsky, associate editor

Jennifer Cohon and Benjamin, and Sue and Brady
Wright like high-stepping.

Noah Cooper has no problems with hugs from mom.

Bending those knees are Sue Wright and Brady, 3
months, of Huntington Woods and Jennifer Cohon
and Benjamin, 3 months, of West Bloomfield.

Jennifer and
Benjamin Cohon
and Jacob, 4
months, and Leslie
Zieff get into the
swing of things.

2/20

2004

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