Move More

 Graphic: Walking meeting

Make it a walking meeting! Studies suggest that walking meetings improve creativity, communication, focus, and motivation. Take your next brainstorming session, check-in, or team meeting outside for a 30-minute walk. You’ll get in your daily allotment of exercise while tackling your to-do list. Check out our Eat, Meet and Move Well brochure!




Your body craves movement. Even people with regular workout routines spend the majority of their day sitting. The above tips will help get more activity into your day. Check out our Move it flyer!



Upper arm stretch


Standing or sitting for long periods of time can take a toll on your muscles. To prevent or reduce stiffness and pain, try simple office stretches throughout the day. Perform these stretches several times throughout the day to help keep your muscles from feeling sore and tight.



Photo: person walking on a trail


You can get active in lots of ways, but walking is one of the easiest steps you can take to improve your health. It’s also one of the safest, least expensive and most sustainable forms of exercise. View Walk Your Way to a Healthier Life



Grandparents With Grandchildren Walking Through Countryside


A lack of time is the most common excuse people give when asked why they don’t exercise. Here’s the truth — we don’t need a lot of time to exercise. All we need is 10 minutes and the will to be healthier. Walking is the perfect way to get started. Here’s a list of ten reasons why walking is our best partner for overall good health.


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