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Monday, April 30, 2012

Get Moving May

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Healthy Kids

Looking for kids of all ages for the KTLA 5 Live Broadcast on Tuesday, May 1st.  The kids will be put in groups and Operation Fitness Team Leaders will teach the kids fun ways to exercise using our local park.  The kids will have a chance to learn various forms of exercise such as, Boot Camp Workouts, Obstacle Course Challenges, Hula Hooping, Zumba, Break Dancing, Yoga and Core Training 7-9 am.
Each team leader will provide tips for simple ways that kids can make the time to exercise everyday using their environment and how to make healthier food choices while on the go. 
Operation Fitness is currently working with the American Diabetes Association and initiating health programs to help prevent kids from developing type 2 diabetes.  
Please watch the "Get Moving May" segment on the KTLA 5 Morning News on Tuesday from 7:00 - 9:00 am.  We appreciate your support!
For Additional Information, Please Contact: 800-933-8633 or click here

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Ingrid Cheng
Health Advocate


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