Visit LifeFit Center four times a week — Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to perform his exercise regimen, and Thursdays for a fitness class. He might encounter another member, alumna Angie Avery, who’s nearly three decades younger and equally dedicated to staying in shape.
LifeFit is far more than just a well-equipped gym. Its more than 400 members include community residents age 49 and above, and CSULB faculty and staff of any age, who can take a host of fitness and wellness classes and workshops. Additionally, “We’re an educational and research laboratory, so we host College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) courses in our facility,” said director Ayla Donlin. “We offer internships for kinesiology, nutrition and physical therapy students every semester and we also host research that graduate students and faculty members are conducting.
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