Get Up! Get Out! Get Active! Get!

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Take charge of your health with's Get up! Get out! Get active! initiative will tour the country from September 8th through October 8th highlighting the importance of physical activity as a means of preventative health care.

As Congress and the President debate the future of healthcare in the U.S., invites you to take your health into your own hands. Get up! Get out! Get active! Get! This campaign, focusing on preventative healthcare, is devoted to stressing the importance of physical activity and its benefits on health. Instead of waiting to see if the government will create or revise a healthcare policy that is suitable for your needs, take charge of your health. is a free online fitness tool catering to individuals of all backgrounds, abilities, interests, and fitness levels. The website is a free resource where individuals can find workouts, share workouts with others, and track the progress of their workouts over time. In addition, offers a wide array of diet and nutritional information to make sure you are combining the right diet with your exercise regime. For those that find sticking to a fitness routine a difficult task, offers group support and motivation through its social networking platform. The site also offers the advice, feedback, and insights of fitness professionals.

To celebrate Holosfitness's Get up! Get out! Get active! initiative, will be traveling around the U.S. from September 8th to October 8th. The initiative hopes to highlight how physical activity is an important tool for preventative healthcare. will stress the necessity of being active in order to get healthy, stay healthy, and help decrease the likelihood of illness and disease.

Check out for updates as to where the Get up! Get out! Get active! initiative will be traveling, or request for the event to come to your town. will offer blog posts, videos, photos, and other updates related to the traveling initiative. Feel free to share and comment on this information, as encourages your support in convincing others to increase the amount of physical activity in their lives.


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