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Boston.com – Healthworks Community Fitness Coat Drive

Boston.com – “Neighborhood health center distributes more than 400 coats to area residents”

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Mas en Vivo, Entrevista a Lauren Broadhurst

Mas en Vivo, Entrevista a Lauren Broadhurst. Click here to watch the video

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BNN News Interviews Healthworks Community Fitness

BNN News Interviews Healthworks Community Fitness Click Here to watch the video.

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Mix104.1, Karson & Kennedy – “At the last minute… Literally”

Mix104.1, Karson & Kennedy – “At the last minute… Literally” Click here to listen.

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MSNBC.com – “Mystery donor rescues gym for low-income women”

MSNBC.com – “Mystery donor rescues gym for low-income women”

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Better Living with Liz Walker on Vimeo – “Maternal Depression”

Better Living with Liz Walker on Vimeo “Maternal Depression”

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Fitness Magazine – “Sweat Equity”

Fitness Magazine – “Sweat Equity”

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Imprint- “Non-Profit Gym Aims to Reduce Obesity”

“Non-Profit Gym Aims to Reduce Obesity.” Click here to read more.

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CNN- Interview with Healthworks Community Fitness Director Lauren Broadhurst.

CNN – Interview with Healthworks Community Fitness Director Lauren Broadhurst. Click here to watch.

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WBUR – “Nonprofit Gym Aims to Improve Health in Boston’s Minority Neighborhoods”

April 21, 2010 – At a hip-hop class at Healthworks in Codman Square, about 10 women do “the jerk,” a dance led by an instructor named K.J. with long dreadlocks and great moves. But none of these women have lean, sculpted bodies; most are where 36-year-old Tamica was less than a year ago… Click here to read more.

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  • Girl Almighty Teen Fitness Program

    Girl Almighty is a 4-week comprehensive fitness training program for teen girls (ages 13-18) from Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan who are at risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and obesity. The program will sponsor 310 teen girls, providing them with the education and tools they need to sustain a healthier lifestyle. Girl Almighty more » [ Read More ]