Registration for MOVE IT is still open!
Registration for MOVE IT, an online individual and team-based 8-week physical activity challenge, is still open. Click here to join today!
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MOVE IT is a fun, 8-week physical activity challenge that encourages faculty, staff and spouses to improve or maintain their own health while simultaneously helping to create a healthier Dartmouth community. The 2015 MOVE IT challenge will take place from April 6th – May 31st.
Join here today.
Here's how to get started - participate on a team (with 2-10 members), go solo, or both!
For more details on the MOVE IT challenge including the goals of the challenge, prizes, and how the 2015 MOVE IT challenge is different from the 2014 MOVE IT challenge, click here.
Make a move that motivates you.Please note: MOVE IT is open to all active Dartmouth College employees and spouses of benefits eligible employees including legally married spouses, civil union partners, and same sex domestic partners.
Did you know that March 2-8, 2015 is National Sleep Awareness Week? Sleep Awareness Week is an annual public education and awareness week that promotes the importance of sleep. The week ends with the time change to Daylight Savings Time, commonly known as the time of the year when we lose an hour of sleep. Visit here to watch a short video to learn some tips to make adjusting to Daylight Savings Time even easier. Click here to learn more about sleep, as well as Sleep Awareness Week, from the National Sleep Foundation.
When the temperature drops, don't let your activity levels drop too. Exercising in the cold has some advantages including helping you feel awake and invigorated and it's a great way to take in the sunlight which can help improve your mood. When exercising outdoors, it's important to dress properly so you stay warm and dry. Layering your clothes, with a base layer that wicks moisture is your best bet as once cotton becomes wet with sweat, the moisture trapped will actually make you feel colder. For more tips on staying active in cold weather, ideas for fitting activity in, sample circuit routines, and some yummy recipes, check out the Cold Weather Fitness Guide from the American Heart Association here.
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Last Updated: 4/10/15