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OSHKOSH INSTEP4LIFE 3-DAY CHALLENGE
Find out how your club ranked among the nearly 170 clubs who participated. The first 10 clubs got a gold medal for its members, a $500 check and a trophy. The next 10 (among 20 top clubs) got a silver medal for its members, and the next 10 clubs (among 30 top clubs) got a bronze medal for their participanting members.
For more information about the Oshkosh Instep4Life 3-Day Challenge, click here.
LET'S MOVE DAY | ADVENTISTS INSTEP FOR LIFE WEBINARS
Get your team and church ready for the 2014 Let's Move Day (September 21).
AUGUST 26, 2014; Let's Move Day! 2014 Webinar
Is your church, school or hospital planning to do Let's Move Day this September? Find out how to register your Let's Move Day event and report all your activities and miles. Dr Katia Reinert will answer any questions during our Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
Adventists InStep for Life was created by the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to assist Adventist churches, schools and health care organizations in tackling the challenge of childhood obesity. Every conference, church, school, university and health care organization in the North American Division is encouraged to form an Adventists InStep for Life team to coordinate activities that inspire healthy eating and physical activity and further awareness of childhood obesity in their community.
2013 Adventists InStep for Life Award Winners Announced
The winners were awarded for engaging their communities in healthier living through promoting active living (aerobic miles and participation reported online on our site year round and during Lets Move Day) and healthier eating - through health promotion and health education, and increasing access to healthier foods (community gardens, feeding sites and other initiatives reported on the Adventists InStep website.
Engage kids, youth, parents, schools and the community in working together to fight obesity
This website offers information on how to develop an Adventists InStep for Life team that can plan and implement a strategy that works for your organization; information for carrying out the primary NAD goals of promoting physical activity, hosting a summer feeding site and starting a community garden; ideas for churches, school, universities and health care organizations; and more.
Each of us has a role to play in reducing childhood obesity and improving the health of individuals, families, and communities. Together we can make a difference!
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Adventists InStep for Life Free Mobile Apps
FREE mobile apps now available for the Android and the iPhone. You must register on the website before using these apps, so be sure to click on the sign up button above.
Originally seen on HBO in May 2012, "The Great Cafeteria Takeover" follows a group of New Orleans kids, who dubbed themselves the Rethinkers, as they make a difference in their community during the post-Katrina rebuilding period by transforming their school lunch menu with healthier, better-tasting options.
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Resources for Adventists InStep for Life coordinators at churches, schools and health care organizations. Find all the information you need to get started and download the toolkit. More >>
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The material in this website is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. It should not be used to diagnose or treat any illness, metabolic disorder, disease or health problem. Always consult your physician or health care provider before beginning any nutrition or exercise program. Use of the programs, advice and information contained in this website is at the sole choice and risk of the reader.