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What’s your favorite way to stay active in Baltimore?

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - September 2014

Readers Discuss Their Favorite Ways to Stay Active

What’s your favorite way to stay active in Baltimore?

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - September 2014


Emmanuel André, staff development teacher: “The YMCA is fantastic. Also, I love a bike ride along the water early Saturday mornings—and Charm City Yoga.”

Chris Daley, public relations: “I love a good run or bike around the waterfront. If I’m looking to step it up, I’ll participate in a boot-camp session at the Under Armour Performance Center/FX Studios.”

Tina Milnes, health care: “Running on the NCR Trail! So peaceful!”

Amanda Shinholser, development coordinator, The Johns Hopkins University: “Running along the promenade and playing volleyball at Rash Field!”

Stephanie Weaver, media relations specialist: “Nothing like biking with hundreds of fellow Baltimoreans at Baltimore Bike Party to stay active!”





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