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Being physically active can increase your strength, lower health risks and improve your mental health. Gundersen's Office of Population Health provides the following programs and activities to keep you moving.

Minutes in Motion

Minutes in Motion is a FREE six-week community physical activity challenge held each spring. The goal of the challenge is to complete 30 minutes of physical activity each day. Reach this goal at least 5 days per week to be entered to win great prizes. 

Watch our events page in March for more information.

Gentle Yoga – A Place To Begin

Yoga is an ancient mind body exercise with special attention given to movement, breathing and focus. Yoga promotes range of motion, it helps restore flexibility and it can improve circulation to the joints and to the entire body, which promotes healing.

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Everyday Exercises

A resource for those who are looking to get started. A simple, sturdy chair is all you need to do these gentle stretching activities.

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Resistance Exercises

These resistance exercises are done seated with a resistance band.

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Walking Trails

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Minutes in Motion

Minutes in Motion is a six-week community physical activity challenge. Besides the payoff of better health, there's a chance to win great prizes. Registration opens March 1.
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