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Monica Toomey, a former Navy quartermaster, joined Wayne Fisher's pre-dawn Basic Training workouts to prepare for the notoriously tough Navy dive-school test.

Richard Ambo • The Honolulu Advertiser

Pre-dawn discipline drives this 'boot camp'
Ex-Navy diver Wayne Fisher gathers his fitness disciples at 5:30 a.m. Basic Training by Fish is "tough but effective," best suited for the person who needs tough love on the fitness front.

Former pilot writes guide to health
Seven years after his heart attack, Honolulu resident Claude Rothe has published a book he hopes will save the lives of others, by showing how to keep from getting to that dangerous point in the first place.
Review of '100 Steps to Better Health'
Health Calendar

Luck expiring for kadomatsu
That kadomatsu you acquired for your New Year's good luck tradition should be properly disposed of this week. Burning the ornamental "gate pine" is the ideal way to dispose of it.
Irish dance troupe brings show to Hawai'i
"Spirit of the Dance — the New Millennium," one of a number of successful Ireland-originated shows touring the country now, will make its Island debut March 13 through 18 at the Hawai'i Theatre.
'Survivor II' tougher, says show official
"Survivor" winner Richard Hatch wouldn't stand a chance if matched against the 16 players in the game's second edition, say the people who put the show together.
Couple with child cut from 'Temptation Island'
Fox has dropped an unmarried couple from its reality show, "Temptation Island,"after learning the pair had a child. But the show, which debuted last night, will go on.
Tube Notes
Wayne Harada
• Show Biz
Elton John has been spotted around town
Sir Elton John already is in our midst, popping in for dinner last Saturday night at Keo's in Waikiki, posing for a new Wall of Fame photo with Keo Sananikone and autographing a wall photo with rocker Neil Young taken during an earlier visit, along with several CDs . . .

• Island Sounds
Reviews of CDs by Samson, Kallen, Ke 'Ope Ono
Keyboarder Kit Samson shines with old and new standards; pianist Timothy Kallen shows a cozy, smoky jazz persona; sextet Ke 'Ope Ono shows promise in debut CD.

Listen to an audio clip of Kit Samsom's "Theme from House of Caradus" from the album Somewhere in Time. Available as an mp3 or RealAudio file.

Listen to an audio clip of Ke 'Ope Ono's "Lunchwagon Man" from the album Lunchwagon Man. Available as an mp3 or RealAudio file.

Listen to an audio clip of Timothy Kallen's sample CD Hand Made Piano. Available as an mp3 or RealAudio file.

Joan Namkoong
• Market Basket
Local papayas a good source of vitamins

Hawaii-grown papayas are available all year, a rich source of vitamins A and C and one of the sweetest fruits around.
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