The 21 st. annual Family Health & Fitness Day USA is a national health and fitness event for families, set for Saturday, September 30, 2017. (always on the last Saturday in September.)
The event’s purpose is to promote family involvement in physical activity, one of the goals of the U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity and Health.
Yorktown Mall has planned some special events in honor of National Family Health & Fitness Day so grab the kids, a mat and your water bottle for a day full of free fitness classes in Center Court!
9:00 AM | Fit4Mom | This sweat session is perfect for the whole family — don’t forget the strollers!
10:00 AM | 2XL Strength & Fitness | Learn about proper technique in strength training! These tips and tricks are perfect for everyone — from teens and elderly, to athletes and families!
11:00 AM | Orangetheory Fitness | Join in on this functional full-body workout while learning about correct muscle movement!
12:00 PM | The Barre Code | Target all of your muscles and break a sweat to some of your favorite music tracks!
1:00 PM | Orangetheory Fitness | Join in on this functional full-body workout while learning about correct muscle movement!
Click here to RSVP and tag your friends on Facebook!
Organized as a public/private partnership by the Health Information Resource Centersm, Family Health & Fitness Day USA was conceived, in part, as a response to the U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity and Health. This landmark report made it clear that health benefits can be obtained from moderate physical activity on a regular basis. In addition, the Surgeon General’s Report stated that the majority of Americans, and especially children from 12 to 21, are not exercising nearly enough.
“We are now entering our 21st year as a national family health and fitness event,” says Pat Henze, FHFD director. “Our goals for Family Health & Fitness Day are to emphasize the importance and fun of regular physical activity and to encourage families of all ages to take advantage of the many health and fitness programs offered in their communities.”
For more information visit the Family Health & Fitness Day website: fitnessday.com/family.