Major fail with the picture taking today. Check out the only photo that I snapped all day long:
My lunch: peanut butter and banana on a whole wheat Sandwich Thin, carrot sticks, an apple, and H20.
After breakfast, I had a dentist appointment and then drove straight to NuVal for a few hours. When I got home, I went for a 4-mile run, walked Murphy, and then sat down to blog, only to realize that my camera had just one photo on it. Fail. Oh, well. I guess it just happens sometimes.
With that said, here’s some info about a really cool job!
Physical Activity in Public Health Specialist (PAPHS)
Ever heard of a Physical Activity in Public Health Specialist (PAPHS)? Me either until I read about it in Shape (October 2010) the other day. These professionals work at schools, community centers, and government agencies to get kids and adults moving. On a typical day, a PAPHS might show teachers how to add exercise to their classroom activities or help managers create flexible schedules so their their employees can workout. A PAPHS may also team up with elected officials to make physical activity a top priority in a community””for instance, by lobbying for more sidewalks and bike racks. Neat, right?
If this sounds like a dream job to you (it does to me!), you need to have a bachelor’s degree in a health-related subject (or experience in a similar field). Check out acsm.org/get-certified for more info.
Regular blogging to resume tomorrow. Enjoy the night, guys!