Fitness study pairs dogs with seniors
View photo NASA astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Mike Hopkins hold up an Olympic pennant in honor of the 2014 Winter Two NASA astronauts on the International Space Station connected with the United States Olympic bobsled team in Sochi, Russia before the 2014 Winter Games kick off Friday (Feb. 7). Astronauts Mike Hopkins and Rick Mastracchio chatted fitness in space and on the ground with Curt http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm Tomasevicz and other members of the U.S. bobsled team during a NASA-sponsored Google Hangout about the upcoming games and how astronauts exercise in space. Tomasevicz spoke to Hopkins and Mastracchio from Sochi, where he will compete in the coming weeks.
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Panton then assigned Artese and Grubbs to help design the actual workout program. Exercise its so important, especially as you get older and you lose the ability to do all the things you used to take for granted, Panton said. They also worked with the hospitals pet therapy program to get seven dogs and their handlers to come to Westminster Oaks. In addition to Lola, Stryker and Bogey, there are four other dogs Cosmo, Casey, Kayla and Zachy.
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