LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- She is a human dynamo. A resilient, creative and incredibly fit woman of 76, and a walking inspiration.
Sheila Cluff has authored books, conducted fitness studies at Cornell University, is a championship figure skater, counseled business execs, is a spa owner, and has guest lectured all over the world. And that's what has brought her to Little Rock.
She is the featured speaker at the "Go Red for Women" luncheon tomorrow at the Peabody Hotel. The event is emceed by THV's Dawn Scott.
Cluff will speak to the problem of heart disease among women. It is an area that doesn't get enough attention, especially when it comes to taking preventative measures and making women healthier. Heart disease kills over 500,000 women yearly.
Cluff points out there are simple, easy steps women can take to get themselves in shape; even using rubber bands at the desk to stretch muscles, build aerobic activity, and make for a healthier heart. Even a simple program that starts with a 5 minute workout can develop into a more beneficial program down the line.
For tickets to the luncheon and an opportunity to win an all expense paid trip to Cluff's spa, "The Oaks at Ojai," call 379-1185, or visit goredforwomen.org.