Get Funding for Your Healthy Kids Program Now!
Need funding to get more children active? Apply for one of the following grants:
Grant #1: The 2009 Champions for Healthy Kids grant program will award $10,000 each to about 50 community-based groups working on creative ways to help youth adopt healthy eating and physical activity behavior. The General Mills Foundation, in partnership with the American Dietetic Association Foundation and the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, developed the Champions for Healthy Kids grant program in 2002.
Interested in this opportunity? Don't delay! Online applications are due January 15, 2009 (at 11:59 pm CST).
Grant #2: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is seeking proposals for Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities, a national program whose primary goal is to implement healthy-eating and active-living policy- and environmental-change initiatives that can support healthier communities for children and families across the United States. The program places special emphasis on reaching children at highest risk for obesity on the basis of race/ethnicity, income and/or geographic location. RWJF will award approximately 60 grants to community partnerships across the United States, each of which will receive up to $360,000 total over 4 years. All grantees must secure a cash and/or in-kind match equal to at least 50% of the RWJF award over the entire grant period.
The deadline for brief proposals is February 3, 2009 (at 3:00 pm EST). All proposals must be submitted electronically through the RWJF Grantmaking Online system.
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|Extreme Interval Training
In this course you'll learn goal-focused intervals and over 50 dynamic exercises and drills to create extensive and intensive training formats.
|Cut to the Core
This is a raw, unedited video filmed live at the 2009 IDEA World Fitness Convention™. Cut to the Core is packed full of core-focused exercises that aim to improve the way you look, feel and live.
|September 2011 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 4: Plyometric Training
This continuing education quiz is an in-depth look at plyometric training. Plyometric exercises—jumping, bounding, hopping, arm pushing, and catching and throwing weighted objects such as machine balls—are movements that involve rapid eccentric and concentric muscle actions.