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Programs and Awards

The President’s Council has a number of programs and initiatives to help inspire you to be active, eat well, and get healthy. Learn more about each program and how you can get involved and be on your way to a healthier you.

#0to60 Campaign

#0to60 is a national public awareness campaign to inspire Americans to accelerate their journey to leading a healthy, active lifestyle.


Find out how to accelerate your journey to living healthy.

I Can Do It, You Can Do It!

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I Can Do It, You Can Do It! ensures access to health care and access to physical fitness and wellness opportunities for persons with disabilities.


Learn how we support a healthy lifestyle regardless of ability.


PALA+: activity and nutrition
PALA+ promotes physical activity AND good nutrition, because it takes both to lead a healthy lifestyle. Start the eight-week program to help you maintain or improve your health using the paper log or on USDA's SuperTracker.


Start the program and track your progress today.

Presidential Champions

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Presidential Champions, a program of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition since 2003, is a physical activity awards program designed to motivate individuals to make regular physical activity a permanent part of a healthy, active lifestyle.


Read about the awards and how to participate.

Presidential Youth Fitness Program

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The Presidential Youth Fitness Program is a comprehensive school-based program that promotes health and regular physical activity for America’s youth.


Discover tools and resources to help students stay active.

Council Awards

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The President’s Council gives out numerous awards during the year for those who have contributed in various ways to the advancement or promotion of physical activity, fitness, sports, or nutrition nationwide.


View past awardees and nomination forms.


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Content last reviewed on May 22, 2017