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Only You... Can Choose to Move

Cardiovascular disease is responsible for the loss of almost 500,000 women's lives a year, nearly twice as many as all forms of cancer.

The American Heart Association has created, Choose to Move, an online program for women that takes you through exercises while offering great tips for increasing your physical activity and reaching your goals. The program is 12 weeks and once you register, you will get a weekly email for each of the 12 weeks and get reminders with tips to stay motivated.

Why we love this program:
The American Heart Association is a great resource period -- definitely one of the best guides for practical ways to increase your physical activity for reducing your risk of heart disease and stroke. The program is focused on helping women build more physical activity into their existing routine, not creating new routines that are nearly impossible to fit into our already jam-packed day.

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mrsd mrsd 10 years
The AHA is an amazing "love your heart" tool - I recently completed a 5k heart walk for the AHA, I have to add that in April of this year at age 39 I had emergency triple bypass surgery - not a smoker, in good health, genetics caught up with me at a young age - I believe in & participate the "Choose Your Move" campaign - my hope is that at some point the voice for heart disease & stroke in women will become as loud as the voice for breast cancer, after all, heart disease is the #1 KILLER of women & stroke the #3. "Love YOUR Heart!" - MrsD
DStirk DStirk 10 years
great point babyinthecorner! I always hear about it but never knew a good resource for it...thanks!
AJS AJS 10 years
The AHA does have a plethora of info and provides many tips on how to keep a healthy heart! Twenty minutes of excersise a day keeps the heart doctor away!!
Rebecca-Stearns Rebecca-Stearns 10 years
I know we tend to think of heart disease and strokes for older people but they can strike young and old. The AHA has great information to check out on warning signs for heart attacks and strokes.
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