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Students ‘Flip’ for Exercise Science Major


A dedicated group of exercise science students at Penn College is showcasing its flexibility, strength and creativity, thanks to an Instagram account. The students’ moves and poses, a combination of acroyoga and calisthenics, have proved to be quite popular and inspiring – as seen in this YouTube video:

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Tushanna Habalar,

Great job, students! What a fantastic way to showcase the ideas, the skills and the exercise science program! I love it!

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