The Health Education road show of the Kellogg’s Health of the Nation project has continued this week, visiting the various Cape Town
communities that will participate in this weekend’s Kellogg’s Health of the Nation: 50 hour sports challenge.
The interactive format of the road show sessions have been well received by the participants and the messaging focussing on physical
activity, nutrition, health awareness and general fitness has been absorbed by the eager children.
The Sporting Chance team together with Kellogg’s dieticians have visited the communities of Ocean View, Elsies River, Gugulethu, Langa, Manenberg, Masiphumelele , Mitchell’s Plain, Grassy Park and will finish off in Macassar this afternoon.
The 2011 Kellogg’s Health of the Nation project in association with SuperSport Let’s Play, Virgin Active and KIA Motors with radio partners Good Hope fm, is a Four Phase programme that highlights the importance of physical activity and leading a healthy lifestyle.
Phase 1: the Health Education road show has ensured the children are well prepared to take part in Phase 2: the Kellogg’s Health of the Nation: 50 hour sports challenge and Phase 3: the Research Testing (Phase 3) this coming weekend at WPCC Sports Centre.
Look forward to seeing you there…
KELLOGG’S HEALTH OF THE NATION: 50 HOUR SPORTS CHALLENGE
14h00, Friday 16th to 16h00, Sunday 18th September 2011
WPCC Sports Centre, Rondebosch