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Power up in 10 is a great start to getting your daily physical activity. This booklet has (10) basic movements to increase strength and flexibility without equipment. Includes nutrition tips on every page. Available in English & Spanish.
California Department of Public Health, Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention Branch