Sunday, March 22, 2009

Push Play 30 mintues a day

Push Play encourages children and adults alike to be active.
The Push Play campaign aims to inspire New Zealanders to become more active, and to value sport and recreation as integral to their day.
It is based on Obstacles to Action, a piece of research completed for SPARC in 2004.
Sam does 4 and half hours of karate a week and walks to school. He had just upgraded to a brown belt. I have no worries that he will be an obese kid. Though his mum does need to burn a whole lot of calories.

At Pasifika, Push Play was there to spread the message that anyone can feel that rush of greatness. Sam enjoyed playing the games they were show casing. I will find those photos and post them later.

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