Sunday, 18 January 2009

is one of the aspects of the Eat Well Be Active program developed by our state's governmet as a result of the 2006 Obesity Summit.
Find your 30 minutes of activity each day

If you think of movement as an opportunity, not an inconvenience, it's quite easy to find 30 minutes in your day for physical activity.

Each day, try to be active in as many ways as you can. This is easy to do when you modify your existing daily routine, such as getting off the bus or the train one stop sooner and walking the rest of the way to work; or taking the stairs instead of the lift.

Take every opportunity you can each day to find your 30.


You 30 could be riding a bike, playing basketball (you might end up bringing home basketball trophies. My 30 is walking from the train station to the office and back on a steep hill carrying my stone heavy laptop.

The program has more facets. Check it out here. If you're a Queenslander, you might want to grab a free-shirt.

1 comments:

Hapi said...

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