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Thursday, August 16, 2012
Children and Youth of Middlesex-London…..What Helps You Get Your 60:00?
The Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines from the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) recommend that children and youth get a minimum of 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous– intensity physical activity every day.
London’s Child and Youth Network - Healthy Eating Healthy Physical Activity (HEHPA) Priority recently announced the release of its new DVD/video “Get Your 60!” (GY60). Middlesex-London in motion™ was a community partner and the video is located on the home page of
to find the Get Your 60:00 video. It is also located in the
This is the first DVD/video in the series and a second one is expected to be released in the fall of 2012.
Please feel free to use the video in your own community programs, classes or presentations.
Thank you to the many community partners and volunteers for their many contributions to the development of this first DVD/video, listed in the order that volunteers/location sites appear in the video:
City of London
Boys and Girls Club of London
Neighborhood Resource Association of Westminster Park-Youth Program
Thames Valley Children’s Centre
Middlesex-London Health Unit (for assistance with content & script)
We would also like to acknowledge and thank the video production company
who assisted us with creative concepts, production and development.
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