Get Yourself Moving!™

Thoughts on improving fitness, nutrition and learning for children and adults alike

The longest block…

One day, my daughter and I were going to a school function in the evening. Because her school has limited parking, many families had to park off-campus and walk the rest of the way to the school. To be honest, we could have walked the entire way, but like many busy families we were running […]

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Thu, March 25 2010 » Everything Else, Reversing Childhood Obsesity, Thinking (and Moving) Outside The Box » No Comments

“You can have any snack you want… if it’s in the house.”

Certain Behavioral Traits and Feeding Practices May Increase Risk for Weight Gain in Children – The Journal of Pediatrics Just came across this in a Journal of Pediatrics issue. This report talks about a study of 197 girls conducted by the Center for Childhood Obesity Research at Penn State over a 10-year period. What they […]

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Fri, March 19 2010 » Reversing Childhood Obsesity, The Mind-Body Connection » No Comments

Jamies Food Revolution USA | Campaign for healthy eating | Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver believes that every child in America has the right to fresh, nutritious school meals, and that every family deserves real, honest, wholesome food. So does GYMB4. GYMB4 is all about getting yourself moving to stay healthy, but that’s only half the solution. Exercise won’t do much if all our kids are putting in […]

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Mon, March 8 2010 » Healthy Schools, Reversing Childhood Obsesity » No Comments