Losing "the Grad School 20" & Much More
In 2012, Dusha Cecil joined HealthPoint Fitness at the same time she started graduate school. She soon became very busy with classes and dropped her HealthPoint membership, then gained what she calls “the Grad School 20.”
Today, Dusha is still a busy woman, working as a social worker at Cape Public Schools and in the Southeast Hospital Emergency Department, but she is back at HealthPoint and is proud to announce that she has lost her “Grad School 20” plus 50 more! Read Dusha's Story.
One Step At A Time
Darla Atchley, a long time SoutheastHealth employee and coding supervisor of Health Information Systems, knows what it’s like to be overweight and suffer with multiple health issues. She came face-to-face with the reality of how her weight was impacting her health when she was being treated for a herniated disc. Her physician told her that losing weight would positively impact her condition. Read Darla's Story.
Never Stop Trying
Paul Seyer hits the weight in HealthPoint's Power Alley four nights a week. Lifting has long been his passion but it never gets old! Read Paul's Story.
Reason to Celebrate
Will and Thelma Wade credit HealthPoint for helping them stay active and healthy through their golden years. Read Will and Thelma's Story.
In It Together
Bev and Larry Koehler are busy professionals who learned how to lose weight and improve their health through Biometrics. Read Bev and Larry's Story.
Positive Change with Starting Point
Pauline Arnold is the Executive Director of SoutheastHEALTH Quality Management. Read how Starting Point helped her make some very positive changes to her life. Read Pauline's Story.
Something for Herself
When she retired from teaching, Mary Mims decided to take better care of herself. Read Mary's Story.
Exercise is a Family Affair
Tara Bova offers some advice to women about pregnancy and exercise. Read Tara's Story.
As a two-time graduate of Starting Point Weight Loss Program, Jackie Gould understands what it means to develop a life-time commitment to good health. She explains...
Sam Schneider finds that farming and body building take the same sort of dedication and perseverance. Read Sam's Story.
Setting the Pace
For MacKenzie Pracht, HealthPoint Fitness played an important part in her recovery from serious leg injuries and, as she regained strength, she began to see the benefits of becoming more active. Read MacKenzie's Story
Lisa Gibbar can be found on the pickleball court at HealthPoint Fitness in Cape most weekday mornings. She and a group of fellow pickleball enthusiasts love the competitiveness and the physical activity that the paddle sport creates. Read Lisa's Story
Reaching New Heights
Zach Young is a HealthPoint Fitness member who competes in triathlons. Not just any triathlon, but those put on by the International Para-triathlon Union (IPU) which hosts events around the world. Read Zach's Story