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Having good health and enough energy to get things that are important to you done each day.

o    Am I moving and exercising consistently?

o    Am I eating whole, nutritious foods in the right proportions for my body?

o    Am I adequately hydrated and getting sufficient sleep?

o    Am I staying on top of preventive health checkups?

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Welcome to week 5!

You made it to the second to last week of the Kick It Up! Challenge! Let's go for an average of 10,000 steps per day for the final two weeks of the challenge. High-five your teammates and pat yourself on the back for all the hard work you've put in. Log your steps and track your progress to stay motivated and reach your goal. You can do it!
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Here are some highlights!
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Here are some highlights!

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Staying physically active is important and supports so many aspects of your wellbeing including weight management, heart health, and stress reduction. This list of resources has something for everyone.


Workout Videos


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A proper diet is crucial to balanced wellbeing. Take advantage of these resources to learn how to establish and maintain healthy eating habits.

Hy-Vee Cooking Demo

Healthy Eating Resources

Nutrition Coaching Resources

Community Resources

Nutrition Fitness Apps

MyFitness Pal

MyNetDiary – Calorie tracker

Shopwell – Know Your Food

Yummly Recipes & Cooking Tools

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Staying on top of preventive health checkups can help to detect any health problems early, when they are more likely to be treatable and more manageable.