For the second year, Move It Monday partnered with the American Public Health Association (APHA) to offer its Annual Conference attendees a chance to start the week with a Monday Mile. This November, we hosted five Monday Mile walking groups over the course of the conference in Philadelphia.
The New York City Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities is collaborating with The Monday Campaigns to make it easier for people with disabilities to participate in healthy, physical activities every Monday.
A study looking at group fitness showed that physical, mental, and emotional quality of life improves when participants exercise together. It could also lead to a significant improvement in mood and well-being.
How do you feel after a vigorous workout? (Besides sweaty?) If you’ve ever felt buzzed, you’re like many who have experienced the so-called “runner’s high.” Scientists have been studying this post-workout sensation for years, and it may have a more complicated explanation. High-impact workouts do have an intoxicating effect on the brain, so when you get into high gear this Monday, make sure you get your brain in gear, too!
This morning, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution news and events site, put the spotlight on Move it Monday in their feature “Move it Monday: Start your week right.”
“It’s Monday, a day to get things off to a good start. A day to commit — or recommit — to healthy changes.” Helena Oliviero […]
Move It Monday has been nominated for a blog award!
Readers of Muscle and Strength, an online fitness magazine, have nominated the Move It Monday blog for an award in the ‘Most Motivational’ category.
Miss Connecticut 2014, Acacia Courtney, joined co-host Teresa Dufour on Connecticut Style to talk about Move It Monday.
The segment features Acacia demonstrating simple exercises you can do virtually anywhere to add exercise to your day.