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#Active365 Goes Public!

>> Tuesday, January 12, 2016







Here's a chance to get motivated to stick with those New Year's resolutions you're trying to keep.

Lisa Taylor, a Calgary high school teacher (and, I'm proud to say, my amazing sister), launched a Twitter initiative #active365 to help her phys ed students feel inspired to engage in daily physical activity.  When they get active, they take a picture and post it on Twitter - this gets their classmates hyped about being active, stimulates some friendly competition - and Miss Taylor even gives them bonus marks towards their report card!

We are now taking #active365 outside of gym class and to the general public!  Here's your chance to get friends, family, and work colleagues involved and see who can rack up the most #active365 tweets each week, each month, and for all of 2016.  Being #active365 will mean different things to different people - it can mean walking to work or school instead of using a car or bus; taking the stairs instead of the elevator; taking your kids for a swim in the local pool; going to the gym; ice skating; starting a new exercise class... use your imagination!  You can choose to tweet with or without a picture, but be sure to describe what you did!

So start racking up those bonus marks to your health - let's tweet up #active365 and motivate each other every day of the year!

I would love to know when my readers are Tweeting at #active365 - my Twitter handle is @drsuepedersen - please add it to your Tweet so I can cheer you on!

Important note: Be sure to discuss with your doctor before starting any new activity or exercise program. 


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