Active video games are part of president's fitness challenge

The President's Fitness Council has launched the Active Play Presidential Lifestyle Award (PALA)+ Challenge, a program in which participants are encouraged to record their physical activity while playing video games. The award requires students to be physically active for at least an hour a day, five days a week, for six out of eight weeks and to commit to one new eating goal for six of the eight weeks.

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