The Michigan Department of Education is excited to join the Michigan School Health Coordinators’ Association, the Society of Health and Physical Educators Michigan, the Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association, and the Michigan Public Health Institute, to partner with the University of Michigan to disseminate Interrupting Prolonged sitting at Home (InPACT@Home). InPACT@Home is an evidence-informed, home-based physical activity program that enables K-12 students to engage in health-enhancing physical activity. Children and youth will have access to 20-minute cardio workout videos that are developmentally appropriate and approved by pediatric exercise physiologists and physical education specialists. Videos will also include nutrition messaging and social emotional learning activities and will be accessible on smartphones, tablets, and computers.
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