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- August 7, 2020

After 50 years in a gym, cardiac program pivots to Zoom

HeartFit brings exercising — and nurses — into members' homes

by Chris Kenrick

With its roster of older, medically fragile clients, the cardiac-wellness program HeartFit for Life shuttered its Cubberley Community Center gym early in the COVID-19 crisis in early March — a full week before Santa Clara County officials ordered the broad stay-at-home order.

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Contributing writer Chris Kenrick can be emailed at [email protected]


Posted by GreerDucky_GNGT
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 7, 2020 at 6:26 pm

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Love you Katie! I miss your balance class at the Ross Road Y. Let me know if you are teaching it on Zoom! - Cynthia

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