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Balancing Life: Moving Literally Into Fall



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Hosted by Crystal Tyler-Mackey, Extension Specialist, Community Viability, Virginia Tech, and presented by Ann Dysart, Ph.D. Student, Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise, Virginia Tech

This resource is available as a video only.

As we move into cooler weather and many continue working and schooling remotely, our physical activity can easily be neglected. We know that movement is important to our overall health and resiliency. Join as we discuss ways to keep moving as part of our overall well-being, even when we spend time at desks and indoors.

For more videos in this series, visit Balancing Life.

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Publication Date

October 27, 2020