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2014 Heart Walk: September 27, 2014 

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TTYL -- Gotta Work Out! DVD

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NOW ANNOUNCING... 

 "TTYL--Gotta Work Out!" fitness DVD
                  

The DVD sells for $9.99 and will be available soon!

Sign up to get yours today!!

Check out the videos below to see clips from the DVD:

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This spring, join us in the MUSC Urban Farm the second Wednesday of the month for group sessions. Check the group session schedule to find out if we will be there this month. 



 Fitness Sessions are offered:

Monday-Friday 5:00PM-6:00PM and 6:00-7:00PM (Deas Hall at the Citadel))
Saturday 9:00-10:00AM and 10:00-11:00AM (Park Circle in North Charleston)

**Please call to schedule fitness sessions in advance**









The Lean Team (Heart Health's sister program) walks the bridge the first Saturday of every month at 9:00am. Meet them in the gravel parking lot on the corner of East Bay and Cooper St. on the Charleston side of the bridge. You are welcome (and encouraged) to attend! Please contact them with questions.
Email: leanteam@musc.edu or visit: www.musc.edu/leanteam for more information. 



We are now offering clinic at these times and locations:


This Month's Group Session Schedule  

  • September 3rd/4th: Supermarket Psychology  
    Understanding food labels can help, but that's just part of your smart shopping strategy. Learn some practical tips that can save you time, money and hassel on grocery store trips.
  • September 10th/11th: Urabn Farm
    On Wednesday, meet at the MUSC Urban Farm. On Thursday, meet at Miller Motte and we will do fun activities to learn more about nutrition and gardening.
  • September 17th/18th: Heart Healthy Cooking
    Learn how to make quick, easy, and most importantly, healthy foods-- it's not as hard as you might think!    
  • September 24th/25th: Family Dinners in a Flash
    Did you know that family meals not only promote healthier eating, but have also been shown to increase kids' confidence, volcabulary and test scores? It can be tricky to schedule regular meals together, come discuss some realistic ways to make this happen for your family. 

    If you live at least 30 miles away from our group session locations and are interested in watching a recorded version, click here.  

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