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We Want to Hear from You: Make a Video and Tell Us How You Move Your Way!

Everyone needs physical activity to be healthy. But when, where, and how you get that activity is entirely up to you! Move Your Way®, the promotional campaign for the second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, aims to help people of all ages and abilities find safe and fun ways to get active. And now, you can share how you move with the worldThis link is external to!

Starting today, you can recordThis link is external to a 7-60 second video telling us about your favorite physical activities, or how you help promote physical activity among your family members or community. Upon approval, your video can then be downloaded and shared on social media, complete with an official Move Your Way logo. Videos will be approved and managed at ODPHP’s discretion in accordance with federal social media policyThis link is external to Approved videos will be publicly available on the campaign website and may be shared via ODPHP’s official social media channels.

Check it out nowThis link is external to and let us know that you’re committed to leading a healthier life, how you Move Your Way, and how you are encouraging others to do the same! Be sure we see it by including the hashtag #MoveYourWay when you post!

Learn more about Move Your Way and find community resources here.

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