Dino and Stacy

Get Moving to help your heart!!!
Get Moving to help your heart!!!

I always think I am doing more exercise than I really am!  I know you probably do not have that issue, but unfortunately if I don’t keep track, I am probably giving myself a little more credit than I deserve.  But there is a really good reason to keep track.  One of the best ways to ensure a healthy heart is to make the choice to add physical activity to your daily or weekly schedule.  February is “GO RED FOR WOMEN” Month, and we along with The American Heart Association want to raise awareness specifically to women.  We want to remove heart disease as the #1 killer of women by empowering YOU to make heart healthy choices. Physical activity is one of 7 key factors to a healthy heart.  Check out the PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ONLINE TRACKER that The American Heart Association has put together to assist you, as well as pretty much everything you need to get started on a more heart healthy lifestyle.

Http://www.goredforwomen.org

And plan to join me at The Annual GO RED FOR WOMEN LUNCHEON ON FEBRUARY 21st

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