In this episode of CNTV News, Brad Clonch and Quin Tran take us first to Ardmore, Oklahoma, for the opening of a new Chickasaw Nation Child Development Center. The 26,000-square-foot facility will offer programs for kids from six weeks to four years old. And at the Chickasaw Nation Wellness Center in Ada, a new class is proving to citizens that getting fit can also be entertaining. Zumba in the Dark features disco lights, rope lights and heart-pounding music to boost participants’ adrenaline and disguise the workout with fun dancing. Ardmore’s Wellness Center features a low-impact class that’s helping elders stay fit; instead of doing yoga on a mat, the elders perform the stretches and poses while sitting in chairs. And at Tishomingo’s Wellness Center, a new indoor cycling program helps participants build strength and endurance through resistance training. The high-intensity cardio workout is an extremely effective way to burn calories. For more information about Chickasaw Nation Wellness Centers, click here.
Brad Clonch and Quin Tran take us first to Ardmore, Oklahoma, for the opening of a new Chickasaw Nation Child Development Center.