Week 1 Fit Family Challenge VA-kick off event


Did you get to attend the Fit Family Challenge kick off event at the Star City roller rink this past Sunday?

Our family went and it was a lot of fun! They had some vendors set up inside and outside that are participating in this challenge-like the dietician Kayla Williams, YMCA, Launching Pad, and Super Kicks.

Our family got 100 bonus points for attending the event and an additional 100 bonus points for going around and talking to the vendors.

My boys played on the gym for quite a while and then we skated as a family. What a fun way to kick off this challenge and it was FREE! Thank you local vendors!



Make sure you are logging your activity minutes on the Fit Family website here:

I love that they show top ranking families with points and what families are being active today!

This week our family will be going to an intro karate class with super kicks and to the Kirk YMCA for the Y-arcade activity.

I hope you all are finding fun ways to be active indoors or outside as a family! Next week I’ll share some pictures of our workouts and activities that we end up doing this week.

Don’t forget that you can sign up for the challenge at any time, even though it’s after May 1st!


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