July 09, 2008
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) calls on all members to be more active and join the National President’s Challenge.
Colorado Springs, CO – The NSCA is joining the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports to encourage its members to join the National President’s Challenge – a six week physical activity program designed to get America up and moving.
“I’m very excited to take part in the President’s Challenge, and it’s very important to support promoting an active lifestyle,” says NSCA’s Executive Director, Robert Jursnick, “Not only is the challenge a great way to gain recognition and promote school or corporate wellness goals, it’s simple and free.”
The National President’s Challenge takes physical activity beyond the school gym and into everyday life. Everyone aged six and older are encouraged to join the Challenge, be active five days a week, and log their activity on their personal activity tracker for six weeks. The theme for the National President’s Challenge 2008 is “A Healthier Nation: It’s Everyone’s Challenge.”
The National President’s Challenge will kick-off on March 20 and end May 15. Participants can register for the Challenge between March 1 and April 3 for free at www.presidentschallenge.org. Participants can join as an individual or create a group with friends, family, co-workers and students.
For more information about the National President’s Challenge, visit www.presidentschallenge.org.
About the NSCA
The National Strength and Conditioning Association is the leading authority on strength and conditioning. For more than 28 years, the NSCA has bridged science and application to provide reliable, research-based, strength and conditioning information to its members and the general public. With 33,000 members worldwide, the NSCA is the largest health and fitness association in the world. For more information on NSCA professional journals, cutting edge conferences, educational text and videos, or other services, visit the web site at www.nsca-lift.org.
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