Go from Zero to Sixty During the #0to60 Challenge

Nutrition, Physical Activity | June, 01 2017

Last month, for National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, we encouraged you to #MoveInMay and beyond. Now, the time to go above and beyond is here! The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition and the National Fitness Foundation want to see you continue your journey of fun, active and healthy living. For June we’re excited to help you accelerate your healthiest life by kicking things up a notch with the new #0to60 Challenge Exit Disclaimer. For the next 60 days we’re committed to showing countless ways to continue your journey from zero to sixty.

The #0to60 Challenge is a 60-day challenge with fun and engaging resources, daily tips and partner resources to help guide and motivate your journey to a healthier you. To help you rise to the Challenge, we have created a number of tools that can assist you along your journey:

The challenge also allows you to track your progress using the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s SuperTracker platform and helps you earn a Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA+).  The Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA+) will help guide you from #0to60 during this Challenge. Sign up for our 8-week program at any time on SuperTracker or by using the paper log available at Track your daily food and physical activity to reach the program goals and earn your award!

Visit Exit Disclaimer and commit to 60 days of healthy living. Wherever you are on your journey to a healthy lifestyle, we’re here to help you along the way and celebrate your accomplishments! 

Be sure to share your progress with us on social media, follow us on Twitter @FitnessGov, and include the hashtag #0to60 in your posts. We look forward to hearing from you, and remember, the fastest way to living healthy starts right now!

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