Fall into Fitness with Healthy UNH

September 28, 2011

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As some of you hopefully know about already, Healthy UNH is running its third campus-wide Fall into Fitness Event for students, faculty and staff. For those of you who don’t know, you have only a few more days to sign up for this fitness competition.  To participate in this competition is easy; form a team of 1-5 people and register yourself or your team by September 29 on the Healthy UNH website. Between October 3 and October 30, teams will keep track of their fitness minutes weekly and enter them into the website. Teams will compete against one another for prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in multiple categories. There are plenty of chances for your team to win! So, if you are an active person on campus, get a few of your friends together and sign up your team today!

There are plenty of places on campus to keep you active during the competition. The Hamel Recreation Center is open seven days a week, as well as the indoor pool at the field house. Fitness classes are offered throughout the week if you enjoy exercising in groups.  Free Yoga is even offered for UNH students every Wednesday and Friday from noon-1:00 pm. Don’t just limit your physical activity to the hour or two you exercise a day, park your car in the further lot from your office or class, take the stairs instead of the elevator, or ride your bike to work, class, and the grocery store instead of driving. Good luck to all the teams as they Fall into Fitness this season!

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