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National Physical Fitness & Sports Month - May 2018

Image showcasing active youth to promote National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

It’s National Physical Fitness & Sports Month! The President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition is excited to encourage everyone to go play and #MoveInMay.

There are countless ways to get moving and we are asking our partners to help us inspire all Americans to be active. Each week we'll be sharing social media content that you can use to inspire people to get active.

Help us celebrate the month by using the messages below to spread the word about National Physical Fitness & Sports Month and National Women's Health Week (May 13-19)!

Additional information:

NATIONAL PHYSICAL FITNESS & SPORTS MONTH

  • May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month! Get out, get active, and show how you play! #MoveInMay
  • It’s National Physical Fitness & Sports Month! Get inspired to be active with a few tips from @fitnessgov: http://www.fitness.gov/be-active/ways-to-be-active/  #MoveInMay

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Share the image below in your social media messages. Be sure to tag @fitnessgov and use the #MoveInMay hashtag. 

Social media graphic with images of active youth to promote National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. Graphic encourages use of hashtag #moveinmay for social media posts related to active living and sports.

 

NATIONAL WOMEN'S HEALTH WEEK (MAY 13-19)

Stay tuned to Fitness.gov for weekly updates on information and content for National Physical Fitness & Sports Month. Be sure to visit our blog and Ways to Be Active page for ideas to get moving in May and everyday.


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Content created by President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition
Content last reviewed on May 2, 2018