ST. GEORGE – A public health screening will be held at the Ballroom of the Dixie Center St. George, 1835 S. Convention Center Drive, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday in conjunction with the Huntsman World Senior Games.
These screenings, which are normally only available to participants of the Games, are being made available to the public courtesy of a grant by the George S. and Delores Dorѐ Eccles Foundation.
Some available screenings include:
- Blood Pressure
- Body Composition, Height, and Weight
- Cardio Fitness (VO2max)
- Strength and Flexibility
- Spine Evaluation
“While at the Dixie Center please feel welcome to watch the volleyball competition taking place all day long in the Exhibit Hall,” Huntsman Senior Games CEO Kyle Case said. “In fact, all sport competition of the Huntsman World Senior Games is free to spectators.”
For more information about the Huntsman World Senior Games, which continue through Oct. 18, visit the senior games website here.
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