New website encourages techies to get fit
Technology is often to blame for people sitting down. They sit while surfing the web. They sit while they’re playing video games. They sit if they work with computers. Now a local doctoral student is employing technology to urge people off the couch and into the gym. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Kelsey Diaz eplains how the student’s new web site can help everyone, including techies, get fit.
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