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Palisades Park High School graduate (‘81) and Technology teacher Frank Ring has just released his first book, Walking for Health and Fitness.
Mr. Ring became an avid walker while overcoming a serious back issue 3 years ago.
“I needed to ease into getting in shape and lose some weight. I also needed a way to do it without reinjuring my back. Walking seemed like a natural activity to get started in building stronger leg, back, and core muscles. What I discovered was that walking was so easy to do, gave me a great physical workout and, most surprisingly, make a huge improvement in my mental wellbeing and outlook. I compare walking to meditation, and I get to see some great sites along the way.”
On why he wrote the book, Mr. Ring says, “I felt compelled to share this with people who need to get in shape and/or relieve physical distress. The result is this 140-page eBook. The best part was that most of the main ideas from the book were thought up while out walking. This is the ultimate in multi-tasking.”
Order the book at: Walking for Health and Fitness – The eBook
Use the discount code: TIGERSWALK to get a 20% discount on the digital download.
The PPHS Introduction to Performing Arts class presents Hamlet Tuesday, April 9th at 6:00pm. With outstanding performances by the cast and crew, this show is not to be missed. Starring, Designed, and Produced by Eighth Graders: Wendy Alvarenga Rodriguez, Ryan Armstrong, Jalen Buitrago, Jonathan Chabla Torres, Ana Luisa Chiroy Camaja, Melissa Durakovic, Antonio Gonzalez, Derbin Gonzalez Estrada, Melanie Israel, Christina Kim, Daniel Kim, Irene Kim, Matthew Kim, Edward Lee, Kai Lewis, Athena Lin, Jamile Quiceno, David Ramos Rodas, Yonathan Ruiz Camaja, Angelina So, HaYeon Song, Gregorio Torres, and Gabriel Verduin.