Exercisers work on their bodies and spirits at gospel aerobic classes

December 1997
Jet;12/01/97, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p22
Discusses a class in gospel aerobics which is taught on Sunday mornings by Ange and Chris Buckingham at Crunch Gym in Los Angeles. Information about the class, that combines exercise moves and the sounds of gospel music; Other cities that have caught on to the trend.


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