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Expo focuses on healthy living

The event took place in the base fitness center and contained over 15 info booths, a three-mile run, free massages and agility evaluations to encourage all-inclusive fitness.

"We desire to link Airmen to resources to produce them healthy and remain healthy," said Dave Gray, sports manager for the 10th FSS. "Sellers now offer info on mental, physical and societal health that's that which we are looking to target."

"We need Airmen and retirees to understand we are here for them," said the commissary supervisor here, Diana Robles. "We also need them to understand they can always buy half of a food item within our shop rather than an entire one, such as half of a lettuce head as opposed to an entire one."

Wellness hints at Robles' table contained looking for wholegrain ingredients on food labels including oatmeal, oat, rye and whole wheat and limiting added sugars in the diet of one's, like sucrose, high fructose corn syrup and syrup.

"One small step can really make a difference to your own quality of life," she said.

Interns from the Human Performance Laboratory of the Academy let attendees to test the FitLight, a visual training activity to enhance hand-eye coordination.

"The aim would be to expand your peripheral vision, which means that your eyes fit your physical ability. Reaction time and preciseness is important for sportsmen. The women's tennis team here sees the laboratory two times a week to improve their functionality."

Attendees participated in Zumba, Pilates and twist courses.

Competitions in the 10th Surgical Operations Squadron took first position, pulling on the truck on the other side of the finish line only under 16 seconds.