Are you interested in maintaining your weight or even losing a few pounds this spring? Could you use some encouragement and guidance but don’t have time to attend classes? Want tips to help you grow herbs, start a garden or eat more local foods? Does this sound interesting to you?
If so, give our Spring Live Healthy Live Well Email wellness challenge a try.
“Spring Live Healthy Live Well Challenge” is an on-line challenge designed to help adult participants get fit by encouraging regular physical activity, nutrition, and wellness activities. Participants will receive e-communications twice each week, containing nutrition, health and fitness tips. Additional food and activity logs will be available for download to help participants track their progress. They will also have access to supplemental information available on Blogs and Facebook.
Pre- and post- online-survey assessments are used to collect comments to improve future challenges and track participant progress. All participant information is kept confidential.
Interested in participating in this on-line challenge? Sign up by following this link to enroll:
If you’ve joined us on other challenges, you’ll see new themes during this spring challenge.
We will learn about these topics and be encouraged to participate in wellness behaviors.
- Vegetables and Fruits – adding more of these foods to your diet.
- Fitness Focus Tips – finding ways to move more.
- Root Vegetables – trying new recipes for veggies and fruits.
- Local Foods – visiting a Farmers’ Market or the local foods section of your store.
- Gardening – planting an herb, vegetable or fruit in a container or plot garden.
- Seasoning with Herbs – using herbs instead of salt to season foods.
- Sunscreen – wearing sun protection or sunscreen every day.
Once you register, you will be enrolled and begin receiving e-communications starting the week of April 7, 2014. While Facebook™ will be utilized; participants only need to have an email address.
The program is funded by Ohio State University Extension and County Commissioners Cooperating.
Writer: Michelle Treber, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator, Ohio State University Extension, Pickaway County, Heart of Ohio EERA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reviewer: Marilyn Rabe, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator, Ohio State University Extension, Franklin County, Heart of Ohio EERA, email@example.com