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Texas Ranger's pitcher C.J. Wilson stays active and makes smart food choices. You can too. With Checkpoint we'll help teach you how to fuel your body for a bright future.
Give your body the fuel it needs.
Flip the switch when it comes to too much TV or computers.
Click the images below and listen to PGA Tour Player J.J. Henry share some of his tips.
Welcome to Checkpoint
Checkpoint is a six-week program that will help you learn about healthy
eating and things you can do to be more active.
Week 1 - Getting Started
We kick off the program by introducing the topics: activity, nutrition, watching your screen time and tracking your points.
Week 2 - Get Moving!
Talk about the importance of kids increasing their activity and working toward at least 60 minutes of movement a day.
Week 3 - Eat Healthy
Shows kids an easy way to get the right amount of protein, vegetables and carbohydrates at each meal.
Week 4 - Staying Active
Encourage kids to limit their screen time to a maximum of two hours a day and offer fun ideas for being active indoors.
Week 5 - Healthy Choices
Making good food choices. We'll give kids some ideas for a healthy breakfast or fast food meal.
Week 6 - Staying Positive
Be happy with who you are. We want you to be a healthy,
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