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Abe Lincoln (K Wood) May 1
In honor of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month (May), Mr. Lincoln encourages you to get out there and get moving!
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GoPublicHealth May 22
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. Staying active can provide many health benefits!
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UCare May 12
To be fit and healthy you need to be physically active. Regular physical activity can help protect you from serious diseases such as obesity, heart disease, cancer, mental illness, diabetes and arthritis.
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Gavin Southern May 14
Good to hear Pie great, Jordan Roughead talk about and his experiences.
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Mayo Clinic Sports May 16
DYK: May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month For substantial health benefits, adults should do at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity, or 75 minutes of intense aerobic physical activity, each week.
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Sport Manitoba May 8
Exercising with others is a great way to keep yourself motivated. Whether it’s playing catch with your kids or going for a walk with friends, you can help promote a healthy lifestyle for yourself and those around you during National Physical Fitness and Sports Month!
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Work-Fit May 29
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month! We'll be highlighting some of our 23 exercise physiologists and fitness specialists throughout the month! Today we spotlight our St. Louis, MO Exercise Physiologist Natalia Delgado!
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Belmont Day School May 7
Who's excited for practice outside on a beautiful spring day?! The girls' lacrosse team definitely is! Go Blue & Gold!
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HRSA May 18
May is National Physical Fitness & Sports month! 🚴‍♂️⚽💃 How have you moved in May?
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HCA Houston Healthcare May 19
Come join us out in Alief as we at the last of the season!
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Lei Dunn May 8
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President's Council May 31
: Your health journey is uniquely yours. Don't let comparison steal your joy. Strive to be your best self and enjoy the journey!
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AAHP May 9
May is Physical Fitness and Sports Month! African Americans especially should be concerned about physical activity due to the high incidence of in the African American community. This May and always, make sure you get out and get active!
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DC SCORES May 16
May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month 💪🏾⚽️ Did you know that 77% of poet-athletes improve their aerobic capacity from participating in our soccer leagues?
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Jordan Valley May 15
It's Wellness Wednesday and Physical Fitness and Sports Month! What are you doing today to Are you going for a walk or bike ride? What about swimming, or yoga? A hike with your family? Push play on a exercise video or fitness game. Just get moving.
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Classroom Champions May 3
started May 1 💪 is tomorrow 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️ Classroom Champions chat is Sunday 🏋️‍♂️🤾‍♀️ See what we did there? Tune in Sunday at 5:30pm PT / 8:30 pm ET to talk about ways to incorporate sports and fitness into the classroom
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HHS Region 10 May 1
May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month! Grab a ball, hit the track, pick up a racket, take a dive, or whatever else inspires you to play. There are so many ways to get active in sports. Choose 1 and have fun!
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Ala. Public Health May 29
May is & Month! Mowing the lawn, parking in the back of the parking lot at work, taking the stairs --- all of these are ways to get throughout the day! Visit for suggestions on ways to be .
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NIH ODP May 9
We’re highlighting our library of resources related to physical activity research for National Physical Fitness & Sports Month. You can find measures registries, case studies, and reports all in one place!
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womenshealth.gov May 8
From taking the stairs to finding time for a 10-minute walk, there’s more than one way you can fit into your workday.
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