Get Fit with #PoeFit!

Need a little daily motivation to stay fit?

Follow #PoeFit on Twitter for the latest tips, insights, and information on keeping fit and maintaining a healthy household.

These are fun and simple things you can do at home without a lot of special equipment, with participation from the whole family!
Each week, the Poe Center posts a helpful series of tweets dedicated to nutrition, physical activity, or gardening. Click the categories below to browse each topic.

From exercise demonstrations to integrating activity into your family’s routine to motivation strategies, #PoeFitActive addresses a wide range of physical activity topics. Kids need 60 minutes of activity a day, and adults need at least 30. Move more and play more!
From recipes to eating styles to balanced nutrition, #PoeFitNutrition addresses maintaining a healthy diet. Make smart food choices, drink more water, and eat a rainbow of fruits and vegetables. Invite kids to help out in the kitchen and make cooking fun.
From gardening basics to seasonal crops to harvesting, #PoeFitGarden addresses how gardening brings together nutrition and physical activity. See how fun and rewarding it is to grow your own food at home. Get kids interested in eating healthy, sustainable produce freshly picked from your garden.

#PoeFit Search

Looking for a specific topic? Enter a keyword into the PoeFit search function to view the most recent Tweets on that subject.

Search Now

Meet the #PoeFit Contributors

Lacey Anderson, MS, RD, LDN

Nutrition & Physical Activity Health Educator

Lacey contributes #PoeFitNutrition tweets with delicious recipes and thoughts on food safety, family nutrition and more.

Anna Glasgow, MAT

Lead Garden Specialist

Anna shares #PoeFitGarden tweets on year-round gardening and the ways it fits with overall wellness.

Paige Schildkamp, BA, MPH

Health Educator

Paige writes #PoeFitActive tweets about physical activity and its impact on overall wellness.

Catherine Wills

Assistant Garden Specialist

Catherine share #PoeFitGarden tweets on year-round gardening and the ways it fits with overall wellness.