Exorcising Stress

Schilling, Becky
December 2007
FoodService Director;12/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p36
Trade Publication
The article features various executives who resort to physical activities to relieve stress. Gail Johnson, a school assistant superintendent, goes to her fitness club for water aerobics. Meredith Statler, a food service director, relieves stress by teaching aerobics classes. Jeff Rosen, a quality assurance chef, works out in a gym five times a week.


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