Health & Safety

February 22, 2013

Home-schoolers get healthy at expo

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A home-school student jumps before being tagged during a game of “duck, duck, goose” at the 56th Force Support Squadron Health and Wellness Center. Students visited Luke Air Force Base with the African American Heritage Committee to learn about fitness and get ideas on fun games, workouts they can do by themselves and eating healthy.

 
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Students eat healthy by adding strawberries to breakfast banana splits during the expo.

 
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Home-school students do mason twists at the fitness expo. They also learned exercises they could do without any equipment.

 
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After finishing a workout, Aaron Anderson, 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron dietitian, teaches students how to make a breakfast banana split. They also learned about healthy eating in general.

 
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Home-school students do an exercise called “the superman” with Luke Air Force Base African American Heritage Committee members during a fitness expo held Feb. 12. Students learned how proper stretching can help reduce injury.




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