Seventy-three student athletes from Ramona’s elementary, middle, and high schools competed with the help of over 30 peer tutors, volunteers, professional aides, and teachers. Awards were given. Medals were earned. Shirts were given. But more importantly thousands of hugs, high fives, and words of encouragement were given.
Being a technology service provider, I have the chance to meet many people and am given an opportunity to discuss the use of technology in their lives. One question that many have and often leads to much debate among everyone is whether you should leave a computer running all the time or turn it off when it’s not in use.
It’s 12:33 a.m. and you’re not counting sheep, you’re counting the infinite number of fitness infomercials on TV. If you’re struck with the occasional bout of insomnia, you are guaranteed to find yourself dazed and confused about what it takes to get in better shape. Could it be abdominal electro-stimulation, P90XYZ, or maybe it’s mail order food? I want to give you my Top 10 Fitness Trends for 2013, so let’s get started.
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park (CRSP) is undergoing a General Plan Update, and you are once again invited to provide input.
The first meeting in October 2012 went well with a large turnout and tons of public comment and opinion. The meeting was a workshop setting with stations set up to provide information for the attendees to make informed suggestions to the park staff regarding the future of the park.
At 35 years old, I have woken up and walked through the doors of Ramona Fitness Center for 24 years. Yikes! That’s a long time to be doing the same thing, in the same building, in the same town.
You may be in the same shoes as me. We get up, shower, get ready, make the commute, and walk in the doors of our places of business, jobs, or schools and colleges.
Public wireless Internet access is everywhere today. Many businesses, hotels, and even some government agencies offer free Internet access to their clientele. These access points (known as WiFi hotspots) allow you to connect to the Internet while away from home or the office.
However, just because it’s free to use doesn’t mean it’s the safest option. When you join a public WiFi hotspot, you are becoming part of a network of
Mar 21 2013 | Posted in Columnists
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Just being able to coach a sport is not the only requisite that high school coaches have to have, especially head coaches.
Along with organizing practices, teaching fundamentals, forming game plans, scouting, dealing with the press and public relations, coaches must be fundraisers.
The gym just isn’t right for me — or is it?
Many people get the misconception that working out in a gym will be a intimidating and scary thing. I wanted to share a letter I received, not because it promotes my gym, but it promotes health and fitness. Gyms are filled with people who are passionate about fitness and passionate about people, so read on and get ready to take your first step toward health in my gym or any other for that matter.
In a world more concerned with being politically correct than being right, some high school sports have sold out and some still are doing things the way they are supposed to be done.
The whole idea of ratings and power rankings and strength of schedule is making me sick. The new system, which basically says that you have been
Mount Woodson Trail is set for a facelift beginning in the spring. Also known as the Fry-Koegel Trail, it is approximately 11 miles long and provides a vital connection to or from the city of Poway, depending on your direction of travel.
The Ramona side of the trail has been unusable for quite some time due to erosion, brush and poison oak overgrowth, but that is going to change.