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    Alan Longstreet

    Alan Longstreet

    Catch Alan during FOX 2 News on weekend nights and during his weekly 'Get Fit' segments.
    Born and raised in Michigan, it's fantastic to be back. I graduated from Central Michigan University with my bachelors degree in Meteorology and then it was off to West Virginia.
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  • New year, new exercises!

    New year, new exercises!

    The latest workout trends will help you avoid the same old routine and have you hitting your goals in no time.
    The latest workout trends will help you avoid the same old routine and have you hitting your goals in no time.
  • Warm-Up and Cool-Down Make Exercise Safe and Effective

    Warm-Up and Cool-Down Make Exercise Safe and Effective

    Squeezing in time for exercise is a challenge for most of us. But make sure to include time for warming up and cooling down.
    Squeezing in time for exercise is a challenge for most of us. So it's tempting to take short-cuts and forget about warming up before physical activity, or cooling down afterwards. Yet those two steps are important, so it is time well-spent.
  • Short-Cuts to Exercise Success

    Short-Cuts to Exercise Success

     When you participate in free-time physical activity with your daughter or son, you increase her or his enjoyment of unstructured fitness fun.
    While there are no magic pills for becoming more fit (and staying that way), some exercises are more effective in less time than others. Here are some tips.
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  • 5 or more bad sunburns while young tied to higher melanoma risk

    5 or more bad sunburns while young tied to higher melanoma risk

    White women who get five or more blistering sunburns between the ages of 15 and 20 have an 80 percent increased risk for melanoma -- the most deadly form of skin cancer, new study findings indicate.
    White women who get five or more blistering sunburns between the ages of 15 and 20 have an 80 percent increased risk for melanoma -- the most deadly form of skin cancer, new study findings indicate.
  • Jump in, just don't swallow the water

    Jump in, just don't swallow the water

    Taking a dip in the water can help refresh you on a hot day, but you need to protect yourself and your family from bacteria and parasites that can lurk in water, an infectious disease expert says.
    Taking a dip in the water can help refresh you on a hot day, but you need to protect yourself and your family from bacteria and parasites that can lurk in water, an infectious disease expert says.
  • Tips for staying safe in the sun

    Tips for staying safe in the sun

    The Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, and that means it's time to remind you about sun safety to reduce your risk of skin cancer.
    The Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, and that means it's time to remind you about sun safety to reduce your risk of skin cancer.
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