Edmonds’ Health and Fitness Expo entertains and educates

The annual Edmonds Fitness Expo organized by Edmonds Parks and Recreation attracted more than 50 local businesses and hundred of visitors Saturday morning. Visitors to the Bailey's Taekwon Do booth got the chance to try on the uniform and get instruction in some basic Taekwon Do moves from teacher Nikka Gaviola. (Photos by Larry Vogel)

The annual Edmonds Fitness Expo organized by Edmonds Parks and Recreation attracted more than 50 local businesses and hundred of visitors Saturday morning. Visitors to the Bailey’s Taekwon Do booth got the chance to try on the uniform and get instruction in some basic Taekwon Do moves from teacher Nikka Gaviola. (Photos by Larry Vogel)

 Cascade Bicycle Club's John Larpenter helps Tyler Shankle get set up to go through the bicycle rodeo course.

Cascade Bicycle Club’s John Larpenter helps Tyler Shankle get set up to go through the bicycle rodeo course.

Logan Middleton, Cedar Way 5th grader, dives into the tire obstacles with obvious gusto.

Logan Middleton, a Cedar Way fifth grader, dives into the tire obstacles with obvious gusto.

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Hope Family Medical Clinic was offering free blood pressure screening. Amanda Ralston smiles to learn that she has really good numbers: 90 over 60!

Edmonds-Woodway HS cheerleaders were on hand conducting cheerleading workshops for expo attendees.

Edmonds-Woodway High School cheerleaders were on hand conducting cheerleading workshops for expo attendees.

The bicycle rodeo was one of the busiest places at the Fitness Expo, requiring good speed control and precise turning to get through the obstacle course.

The bicycle rodeo was one of the busiest places at the Fitness Expo, requiring good speed control and precise turning to get through the obstacle course.

Competitors line up for their turn to navigate the obstacle course at the Cascade Bicycle Club's bicycle rodeo.

Competitors line up for their turn to navigate the obstacle course at the Cascade Bicycle Club’s bicycle rodeo.

Participants in several age groups had the chance to race against the clock in an obstacle course that began with a series of tires.

Participants in several age groups had the chance to race against the clock in an obstacle course that began with a series of tires.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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