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Adair Countians get moving as state focuses on health

"Get Moving Kentucky!" is meant to be a fun and flexible program designed to increase physical activity levels. The second round of training sessions began recently at the Adair County Extension Office. Several teams signed up from businesses and organizations. Individuals are also taking part.
The Health Activity Tracker allows participants to track health activities and progress in meeting goals members have set for themselves. It's a program encouraged by the governor and offered through the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service Health Education through Extension Leadership (HEEL) program.

What is tracked?

* Physical Activity Miles (PAMs) 1 PAM equals 15 minutes of continuous physical activity.
* Wellness activities healthy eating, self care, safety, etc.

Your local county extension office offers a variety of educational programs in your community. By registering on the Get Moving Kentucky! Health Activity Tracker, you may also receive information about these health education programs.

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Email: kbonifer@uky.edu


This story was posted on 2005-04-01 06:31:50
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Adair County "Gets Moving"



2005-04-01 - Columbia, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. KELLI BONIFER, left, ARLINDA KESSLER and ELLEN ZORNES are among the leaders of the Governor's "Get Moving Kentucky" initiative in Adair county. JELAINE PHILLIPS is also part of the group, shown at right above checking the fitness level of a young member of the Hatcher team. The four women are helping groups of families as well as individuals with fitness goals. Click 'read more' for details and contact information.
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