Last Day of the Challenge–Celebration Run!

Today is the last day of KidFit’s Healthy September Challenge.  Celebrate your hard work by doing a 30 minute “fun run” at your favorite spot.  Be sure to grab some family and friends to join you and treat yourself to a healthy snack after you finish!

Remember, we have been getting active this month in order to honor National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and serve as a positive example of healthy living for future generations.

Goals Check-in: 

  • BIG GOAL: Increase health and wellness and become an example of purposeful daily fitness for the next generation
  • Daily Goal: 30 minutes (or more) of purposeful fitness activity

METRICS: Record the following quick metrics in order to track your progress!

Activity: ________
Minutes Active: _______
Intensity Level of Activity: (using key below) ___

  • 0=no activity
  • 1=mild activity (stroll, slow walking, etc.)
  • 2=moderate activity (quick walking, hike, bike ride, jog, etc. that challenges you but does not greatly elevate HR)
  • 3=Vigorous Activity (running, challenging hike, speed work, heavy weight lifting, etc. that pushes your limits and elevates HR significantly)

(optional) After exercising, I felt __________.

EXAMPLE: Today I ran for 30 minutes in my favorite park at an intensity level of 3. After exercising, I felt proud because I have worked hard to make September a healthy month for me in honor of National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month.

Sunday Fitness Fun Day!!!

Today is the LAST SUNDAY of the Healthy September Challenge.  Take this opportunity and get out there and get active with friends and family.  Take a hike! Play backyard games! Swim! Run!  Whatever it is, be sure to get active and have fun!

Remember, we are getting active this month in order to honor National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and serve as a positive example of healthy living for future generations.

Goals Check-in: 

  • BIG GOAL: Increase health and wellness and become an example of purposeful daily fitness for the next generation
  • Daily Goal: 30 minutes (or more) of purposeful fitness activity

METRICS: Record the following quick metrics in order to track your progress!

Activity: ________
Minutes Active: _______
Intensity Level of Activity: (using key below) ___

  • 0=no activity
  • 1=mild activity (stroll, slow walking, etc.)
  • 2=moderate activity (quick walking, hike, bike ride, jog, etc. that challenges you but does not greatly elevate HR)
  • 3=Vigorous Activity (running, challenging hike, speed work, heavy weight lifting, etc. that pushes your limits and elevates HR significantly)

(optional) After exercising, I felt __________.

EXAMPLE: Today I played backyard games for 45 minutes at an intensity level of 2. After exercising, I felt great because I was having fun and staying active.

Last Saturday of the Challenge: Show Determination through Cross Training!!!

With only 3 days left in the Challenge, it is time to continue to step up and show our determination.  Today’s cross-training workout is an excellent opportunity to do just that and push ourselves even further!

Remember, we are getting active this month in order to honor National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and serve as a positive example of healthy living for future generations.

Goals Check-in: 

  • BIG GOAL: Increase health and wellness and become an example of purposeful daily fitness for the next generation
  • Daily Goal: 30 minutes (or more) of purposeful fitness activity

METRICS: Record the following quick metrics in order to track your progress!

Activity: ________
Minutes Active: _______
Intensity Level of Activity: (using key below) ___

  • 0=no activity
  • 1=mild activity (stroll, slow walking, etc.)
  • 2=moderate activity (quick walking, hike, bike ride, jog, etc. that challenges you but does not greatly elevate HR)
  • 3=Vigorous Activity (running, challenging hike, speed work, heavy weight lifting, etc. that pushes your limits and elevates HR significantly)

(optional) After exercising, I felt __________.

EXAMPLE: Today I swam at an intensity level of 2.  After exercising, I felt refreshed from the relaxing swim!

Fitness Friday Endurance Run–Last One!

Happy Fitness Friday!!!!

Today is the LAST FRIDAY of the Healthy September Challenge.  Be sure to demonstrate determination as you tackle the final endurance run of the month.

Remember, we are getting active this month in order to honor National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and serve as a positive example of healthy living for future generations.

Goals Check-in: 

  • BIG GOAL: Increase health and wellness and become an example of purposeful daily fitness for the next generation
  • Daily Goal: 30 minutes (or more) of purposeful fitness activity

METRICS: Record the following quick metrics in order to track your progress!

Activity: ________
Minutes Active: _______
Intensity Level of Activity: (using key below) ___

  • 0=no activity
  • 1=mild activity (stroll, slow walking, etc.)
  • 2=moderate activity (quick walking, hike, bike ride, jog, etc. that challenges you but does not greatly elevate HR)
  • 3=Vigorous Activity (running, challenging hike, speed work, heavy weight lifting, etc. that pushes your limits and elevates HR significantly)

(optional) After exercising, I felt __________.

EXAMPLE: Today I completed an endurance for about 45 minutes at an intensity level of 3.  After exercising, I felt exhausted but proud of myself for staying determined the entire run and crushing my prior record!

Get STRONG with strength training!

Ready to gain muscle and strength with today’s strength training workout?!?!  Be sure to stay determined as you work through the workout today and all week. 

Remember, we are getting active this month in order to honor National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and serve as a positive example of healthy living for future generations.

Goals Check-in: 

  • BIG GOAL: Increase health and wellness and become an example of purposeful daily fitness for the next generation
  • Daily Goal: 30 minutes (or more) of purposeful fitness activity

METRICS: Record the following quick metrics in order to track your progress!

Activity: ________
Minutes Active: _______
Intensity Level of Activity: (using key below) ___

  • 0=no activity
  • 1=mild activity (stroll, slow walking, etc.)
  • 2=moderate activity (quick walking, hike, bike ride, jog, etc. that challenges you but does not greatly elevate HR)
  • 3=Vigorous Activity (running, challenging hike, speed work, heavy weight lifting, etc. that pushes your limits and elevates HR significantly)

(optional) After exercising, I felt __________.

EXAMPLE: Today I completed a 30 minute strength training workout at an intensity level of 2.  After exercising, I felt tired but happy that I have gained so much strength. 

Have you completed your last check-in run today?

This is the last week of the Healthy September Challenge! Today is the final check-in run.  Be sure to track your speed and distance to celebrate how far you have come! 

Remember, we are getting active this month in order to honor National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and serve as a positive example of healthy living for future generations.

Goals Check-in: 

  • BIG GOAL: Increase health and wellness and become an example of purposeful daily fitness for the next generation
  • Daily Goal: 30 minutes (or more) of purposeful fitness activity

METRICS: Record the following quick metrics in order to track your progress!

Activity: ________
Minutes Active: _______
Intensity Level of Activity: (using key below) ___

  • 0=no activity
  • 1=mild activity (stroll, slow walking, etc.)
  • 2=moderate activity (quick walking, hike, bike ride, jog, etc. that challenges you but does not greatly elevate HR)
  • 3=Vigorous Activity (running, challenging hike, speed work, heavy weight lifting, etc. that pushes your limits and elevates HR significantly)

(optional) After exercising, I felt __________.

EXAMPLE: Today I completed a check-in run for 30 minutes at an intensity level of 3.  After exercising, I felt excited because I went the farthest I have so far!

Final Tuesday of the Challenge-Long Running Intervals!!!

As we gear up for the last week of KidFit’s Healthy September Challenge, remember to stay determined as you complete your daily purposeful fitness activity.  Today, get out there and dominate those long running intervals

Remember, we are getting active this month in order to honor National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and serve as a positive example of healthy living for future generations.

Goals Check-in: 

  • BIG GOAL: Increase health and wellness and become an example of purposeful daily fitness for the next generation
  • Daily Goal: 30 minutes (or more) of purposeful fitness activity

METRICS: Record the following quick metrics in order to track your progress!

Activity: ________
Minutes Active: _______
Intensity Level of Activity: (using key below) ___

  • 0=no activity
  • 1=mild activity (stroll, slow walking, etc.)
  • 2=moderate activity (quick walking, hike, bike ride, jog, etc. that challenges you but does not greatly elevate HR)
  • 3=Vigorous Activity (running, challenging hike, speed work, heavy weight lifting, etc. that pushes your limits and elevates HR significantly)

(optional) After exercising, I felt __________.

EXAMPLE: Today I ran long intervals for 40 minutes at an intensity level of 3.  After exercising, I felt exhausted but strong!