By Larry Kidder | Al Sierra, former trainer for LB Fitness—soon to be Drayson Center Personal Training, has put together a series of stretching exercises designed to wake up every muscle group.
By Larry Kidder | The Loma Linda University School of Public Health Preventive Care Clinic collaborated with the LLU School of Nursing to present two Health Expos on November 2 and 8 at Drayson
By Larry Kidder | In addition to visiting 75-plus booths, more than 1,000 seniors attending the 14th Annual Senior Health & Fitness Fair had the opportunity to take part in a variety of fit
By Larry Kidder | Ernie Medina Jr., DrPH, assistant professor in the Loma Linda University School of Public Health, gives some pickleball tips to Alexandra Drane, a wellness expert who narrated
By Larry Kidder | The Drayson Center administrative team would like to welcome you back to a new school year.
By Larry Kidder | Chess Wizards participants Emily (left) and Ariana (right) "battle it out" in an intense chess match. Actually, they look like they're enjoying themselves.
By Larry Kidder | Donald Sease, MBA, director of Loma Linda University Drayson Center, prepares to use the new Alpine Runner Incline Trainer in the cardio room.
By Larry Kidder | A pickleball tournament organized by the Loma Linda Pickleball Club and held at Drayson Center was featured in a recent Pickleball Channel video.
By Larry Kidder | In order to keep the Superfield healthy and thriving, 175 tons of sand are being added. The sand will help with aeration and drainage. Scroll down for more.
By Larry Kidder | For more than 400 people on Thursday, June 5, Drayson Center's pool felt like a tropical paradise.