Brought to you by Barb Colter, Clinic Administrator , Maple Street Clinic P.C. Family Medicine in Forest Grove.

BarbColter Clinic Adminstrator, Maple Street Clinic. PC


The medical providers at Maple Street Clinic continue to support the President's Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition

to honor National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. During

the month of May, we challenge everyone to achieve the recommendations of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans; which is 30 minutes of physical activity a day for adults,60 minutes for children, at least five days a week.

Regular physical activity increases your chances of living

a longer, healthier life. It also reduces your risk of developing

several diseases. More importantly, regular activity can

improve the quality of life. Yet, according to the CDC, nearly 45

percent of Oregon adults polled do not achieve the recommended

weekly amount of physical activity, and nearly 20 percent

engage in no physical activity whatsoever.

Our Challenge to all:

• Aim for 30 minutes of moderate aerobic activity at least five days a week. Moderate activity includes things like walking fast,

dancing, swimming, and golfing and gardening.

• Do muscle-strengthening activities – like lifting weights or using exercise bands – at least 2 days a week. Physical activity really is for everyone. No matter your age or shape you are in, you can find an activity that will work for you.

Please consult with your medical provider before starting a

program. Together, we can rise to the challenge and get more active during the month of May and beyond.

Maple Street Clinic P.C.

1825 MAPLE ST.,



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