September 28, 2012
We round out this exciting week with something a little more playful, but not at all less important than the subjects discussed during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting. “Designed to Move: A Physical Activity Action Agenda,” a new campaign, was launched this week by 33 wide-ranging partners, from Nike to our friends at Architecture for Humanity.
This year, 5.3 million deaths will be attributed to physical inactivity. No one can fix this alone. We must align strategies & combine resources. The science is clear. The debate is over. Urgent priority must be given to dramatically increase the world’s commitment to physical activity. “Designed to Move” offers consensus on the path forward–a single vision: Future generations running, jumping, and kicking to reach their greatest potential. A new normal.
Click here here to learn more about Designed to Move, online at DesignedtoMove.org.
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