Clippers Celebrate Fitness through the Fastbreak to Fitness Program
February 8, 2010
The Los Angeles Clippers celebrated fitness on Monday, February 8, 2010, with the Fastbreak to Fitness Minutes Challenge winning school - Mariposa-Nabi Primary Center. Mariposa-Nabi tracked over 132,000 minutes of physical activity.
Clippers player Mardy Collins with Assistant Coach Raman Sposato led winning students through an interactive clinic focused on basketball and fitness. Each child in attendance received books and Clippers items as part of the Clippers Read to Achieve and Fastbreak to Fitness programs.
The Los Angeles Clippers challenge students in elementary and middle school to charge their way to a healthier lifestyle through exercise and nutrition. Participating students are asked to track the number of minutes they spend doing physical activity each day. The physical activity can be anything including: walking, running, playing sports, and/or anything that requires a student to get up and move. Our goal is that participating students will record a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity per day. A moderate amount of physical activity added into a child’s daily routine can have significant health benefits.
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