Get Active! Recognized by She Knows
Posted by Stephanie Cole Nov 11, 2011 Get Active, SWSG in the press
Strong Women, Strong Girls’ Get Active! program continues to garner attention as an innovative initiative to promote health and wellness in children. Last week, the program, including the 10-week fitness video series created by Katina Taylor for SWSG, was the subject of an article from women’s news source sheknows.com.
Obese kids are more likely to develop high cholesterol, cancer, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes, for starters…..That’s why Strong Women, Strong Girls, a nationally recognized mentoring program, is on a mission to help young girls develop a healthy lifestyle.
The article discussed the program and offered DIY tips for encouraging fitness in kids. SWSG is proud of the attention Get Active! is receiving. Check out the full article.