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  • May 4 is Project ACES Day — All Children Exercise Simultaneously!

    by Guest Blogger | May 03, 2016
    In conjunction with May's Exercise is Medicine® Month, tomorrow is the day that "The World's Largest Exercise Class" will come to children and schools around the world. Millions of participants across the globe will be celebrating the annual Project ACES® Day beginning at 10 a.m. This Youth Fitness Coalition (YFC) signature program, in partnership with the American College of Sports Medicine’s Exercise is Medicine® initiative, promotes physical activity to children in order to decrease the prevalence of childhood obesity. Project ACES, an acronym for All Children Exercise Simultaneously, also coincides with National Physical Fitness and Sports Month and National Physical Education Week. To learn more, please visit www.projectaces.com.

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