Car accident fails to keep trainer from helping seniors

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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

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Courier-Journal

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Mary Varga was a 37-year-old new mom when a teenage driver collided with her vehicle in Little Rock, Ark., changing her life forever.

The accident transformed Varga, a Louisville native, from a vibrant working mom and marathon runner into a traumatic brain injury patient, dependent on others.

Years later, after a long recovery, Varga teaches chair exercise classes - mostly to residents of senior complexes around Louisville - to help the elderly improve their balance, flexibility and basic fitness. ...

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