Join the 5th Annual Woman Challenge to kick off Women’s Health Week

Join us for the 8-week challenge
starting on Mother's Day, Sunday May 11th
to kick-off National Women's Health Week.

It’s perfect for the Iowa Avenue Walkers, any type of strength training, or whatever form of exercise you do. It also fits into my Iowa Avenue May Challenge.

According to these four major experts, exercise should last for one hour per day:

1. National Weight Control Registry

2. American Council On Exercise(ACE)

3. American Cancer Society

4 . Science Behind “The Biggest Loser” Diet

An hour is a lot of time, but its well worth it. I will keep you up-to-date on my progress. I hope you’ll join me and the other 17,010 women who have already joined.

Following up on the topic of finding time to exercise, I guest blogged at TurnipofPower.com yesterday-- 5 Minute Exercises?

It is an excellent resource for those of you who need those small steps to reach your larger exercise goals.

Click the link, and see how many 5 minute exercises, you can do, because

After all, it’s about a healthy lifestyle!

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