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Aug 03, 2020 2020-08-03

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Home-based Online Physical Activity Program

Through its Exercise and Sports Science Initiative, University of Michigan has developed an online program, InPACT at Home, to help K–12 students remain active while learning remotely. The free video series, targeted at students nationwide, is aimed at replacing exercises that students would have received at school during recess or in a physical education class, and in some cases, on their daily walk to school. The program provides children with access to 20-minute cardiovascular workout videos that are developmentally appropriate and approved by pediatric exercise physiologists and physical education specialists. The videos include nutrition messaging and social and emotional learning (SEL) activities that can be accessed on smartphones, tablets, and computers. Starting in September, children who participate and record their exercise information on a daily basis will be entered into raffles and eligible to receive prizes.

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