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Want to stick to your resolution to stay fit this year? Studio Fitness for Women has added more than $30,000 in new equipment and an additional 600 square feet of space at its San Luis Obispo gym at 3930 Broad St. Owners David Pomfret and Julian Varela have also added a trio of fitness professionals, including Cuesta College cross-country coach Brian Locher, weight-loss expert and speed and agility coach Natalie Rossie, and contemporary artist Kathe Pultz. For more information, visit studiofitnessforwomen.com or call 541-1100.

Terri Stewart and Laura Nier took over ownership of Full Circle in San Luis Obispo on Jan. 2, having purchased the business from longtime owner Marcy Israel. Stewart and Nier, who recently moved to Los Osos from North Bend, Ore., said that they're excited to carry on the Full Circle tradition. Stop by 888 Monterey St. to check out the eclectic mix of jewelry, purses, gifts, greeting cards, and quality used clothing Full Circle is known for. For more information, call 544-5611.

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Staff Writer Kai Beech compiled this week's Strokes and Plugs. Send your business news to strokes@newtimesslo.com.

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