Let’s Move! Together!

Facebook_Move GraphicLast week First Lady, Michelle Obama celebrated the fourth anniversary of her Let’s Move! Campaign.

Let’s Move! is about putting children and their families on the path to a healthy future during their earliest months and years by encouraging them to eat healthfully and get active.

To demonstrate the national scope of all the great work happening around the country, the First Lady encouraged people of all ages to show her how they move through eating more fruits and vegetables, getting physically active, or making healthy changes like planting a community garden.

Happy family playing with a soccer ballNow, we’re asking you!

To celebrate the Let’s Move! movement we’re encouraging you to share what ‘moves’ you to get moving! Here’s what we’re asking you to do:

    1. First, (and most important) Move! Show us how you move through the choices you make to live a healthy life. Whether it’s eating healthfully, getting active, relaxing or managing your stress or spending quality time with your family and friends, we want to know how you’re moving to help change the health of our nation…for the better!
    2. Document your movement. Take a picture or create a video and post it to our PacificSource Healthy Life Facebook page. We want to see pictures or videos of you moving, your school moving, your work moving, your family moving, etc.
    3. As a thank you for sharing how you move, we’ll enter you into a drawing for a free Nike Fuel Band. We’ll draw the winner next week. If you win, we’ll message you on Facebook.
    4. Finally, share with your friends, family, colleagues, etc., to get them moving!

If the President and Vice President can do it, so can we!

In case you missed it and to get you inspired, here is a fun “Must see and Must Share video” on how the President and Vice President get moving. (Spoiler alert – Sunny and Bo are in the video too!)

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