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Concerned about air quality and staying fit?

Committed exercisers will tell you the decision to push through a workout on a day where they are tired or coming off a minor injury was worth it and have trained their minds to overcome those days of hesitancy.

So, what about with this smoke? What if I am only slightly affected by this smoke, is it ok to exercise outside in our community? I advise against it. As of today, 9/8/17, https://www.airnow.gov/ has a reading of 208, Very Unhealthy.

Here’s some smart alternatives until the smoke levels become good again.

  • Exercise indoors
  • Head west. A little over an hour drive over Washington Pass can get you into beautiful skies and a hike that will release those endorphins.

Here at NCAC, we have been keeping the indoor tennis and pickleball center doors closed and inside the gym we have changed the air filters regularly.

As always, drink plenty of water, eat plenty of veggies, fruits, nuts, fish, chicken, and get good rest. Be patient and this smoky air will pass soon.

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