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Mobile Fitness and Recreation

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Delivering Fitness and Fun!

An exciting, high energy mobile fitness and nutrition program that can enhance school health fairs, multicultural events and more.

Get Healthy....Get Strong....Get Moving when Hero delivers Fitness and Fun.

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If you live in an apartment or mobile home site in Kent and would like the Hero program to be scheduled where you live, please have an authorized representative from the complex contact us at 253-856-5030 or dhobbs@kentWA.gov.

 

 

 

 


Exercise of the Month: Tricep Dips (Exercising the muscle on the back of your upper arm)

Place your hands on a bench next to your hips with your feet out in front of you, facing away from the bench. Keeping your hips close to the bench, lower yourself straight down and then push up through your hands using your triceps to come back to starting position.

November foods of the month: Lean Meats and Root Vegetables

Lean Meats:

Lean meats provide important nutrients such as protein, B vitamins and zinc that are vital for health and maintenance of your body. Remember: when choosing cuts of beef, chicken, or pork look for the words “lean or extra lean” on the label. Choosing lean and extra lean meat gives your body healthy nutrients that it needs, without too much saturated fat that is high in calories.

Root Vegetables:

Root vegetables, as their name implies, are “roots” that are fun to pull out of the ground! They are a good source of vitamins C, A,
and K, as well as fiber, and potassium carotenoids (due to their rich colors). Carrots are crunchy, delicious, and a great portable snack full of beta-carotene, which is important for eyesight, healthy skin and hair, and for fighting infections. Onions have lots of
antioxidants that keep our bodies healthy. Root vegetables rule!

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