CLIPPERS FIT PROGRAM

Dec. 5 -Dec. 9




  • What is this week's physical activity?


  • Week of December 5th

    This week’s physical activity is…

    Walking

    It’s easy to fit physical activities into your daily routine. Walk, bike or jog – take a 10-minute activity break every hour while you read, do homework or watch tv. Climb stairs instead of taking an escalator or elevator. Try to do these things for a total of 30 minutes every day. Start out with an activity you enjoy and have fun!

    This week’s healthy snack is…milk


    Nov. 28 - Dec. 2




  • What is this week's healthy snack?


  • Week of November 28th

    This week’s physical activity is…

    Basketball

    Snacks are a great way to refuel! Choose snacks from different food groups…a glass of milk and some carrots or celery, an apple or other fruit.

    This week’s healthy snack is…carrots and celery


    Nov. 21 - Nov. 25




  • Which Clippers Coach gave this week’s tip?


  • Week of November 21st

    This week’s physical activity is…

    Running

    “I recommend kids to engage in AT LEAST 30 mins of physical activity 4/5 times a week. This helps to condition the body for a healthy and more active lifestyle as they mature into young adults.”
    Jasen Powell, Clippers Head Trainer

    This week’s healthy snack is…grilled chicken


    Nov. 14 - Nov. 18




  • What is this week’s healthy snack?


  • Week of November 14th

    This week’s physical activity is…

    Swimming

    Take advantage of physical activities you and your friends enjoy doing together! Eat healthy foods in small portions like Fruits, vegetables, milk and juices that taste good and are good for you! Be adventurous – try new sports, games and other activities as well as new foods.

    This week’s healthy snack is… granola bars


    Nov. 7 - Nov. 11




  • What is this week's physical activity?


  • Week of November 7th

    This week’s physical activity is…

    Riding Bikes

    A well balanced meal is always recommended. A balanced meal includes a lean protein, carbohydrate, and good fats. Lean protein would include a chicken breast or salmon. A good carbohydrate would be a whole wheat pasta or slice of whole wheat bread. Good fats would include sliced avocado or non-fat yogurt.
    Rich Williams, Clippers Strength and Conditioning Coach

    This week’s healthy snack is… water.

    Drink plenty of fluids before, during and after exercise. Hydration is key to optimal performance. Dehydration may lead to a decrease in mental focus/concentration and heat related illnesses.


    Oct. 31 - Nov. 4




  • Which Clippers Coach gave this week’s tip?


  • Week of October 31st

    This week’s physical activity is…

    Soccer

    Stretch after activity. This is the best time to stretch because the muscles are loose, creating an optimal environment to maintain or gain flexibility.

    This week’s healthy snack is… fruits, raisins, and almonds.

    “A banana is a good choice for kids as the banana peel serves as a prepackaged fruit. Oranges and apples are also good choices.”
    Jasen Powell, Clippers Head Athletic Trainer


    October 24 – 28




  • What is this week’s healthy snack?


  • Week of October 24th

    This week’s physical activity is…

    Push Ups
    Jumping Jacks
    Sit Ups

    Warm-up before starting any physical activity. This will prepare your body for exercise and decrease your chance of injury.

    This week’s healthy snack is… oatmeal.


    Get geared up to participate in an exciting program with great rewards! For more information, contact the Los Angeles Clippers Community Relations office at (310) 862-6032.