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The Wellness Board is made up of seven (7) members:
Jean Beinfang: Wellness Coordinator
I grew up in Collins and have lived here most of my life. I am married to Josh Chevalier, of Colo, and together we are raising two beautiful children, MaKenzee and Declan. I am extremely involved in my community, as well as my children. I am the director of coaching for the Collins-Maxwell Soccer board, serve on both the Library and Wellness boards and hold a chair on the Collins Days planning committee. I enjoy sports, with this in mind, I host the Collins Summer Sand Volleyball games with the final tournament being on Collins Days. I love my hometown community and am excited to be part of it.
I have lived in Collins for the past 30 years. I recently retired from NCH Corporation out of Dallas, TX in their Sales and Management area. I have achieved my realtors license with Hunziker this summer and have served on the city council for 5 years.
There are five areas of health related fitness - they are heart and lung endurance or cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition.
Physical Fitness: A dynamic physical state – comprising cardiovascular/pulmonary endurance;
muscle strength, power, endurance and flexibility; relaxation; and body composition – that allows optimal and efficient performance of daily and leisure activities.
Wellness: A multidimensional state of being describing the existence of positive health in an individual as exemplified by quality of life and a sense of well-being.
Health status: The state or status of the conditions that comprise good health.
Health: A state of being associated with freedom from disease, injury, and illness that also
includes a positive component (wellness) that is associated with a quality of life and positive well