Did you know that the American Heart Association recommends getting at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity per week?
That may sound like a lot of exercise, but it isn’t so bad when you break it down. If you get your heart rate up for 30 minutes per day, 5 days per week, you’ll hit the recommended amount.
But we know it’s not always easy to make healthy choices. So Toyota of Killeen is partnering with the American Heart Association, Advent Health, and Central Texas College to make getting your steps in a little easier.
National Walking Day
April 3 is National Walking Day. And April is actually Move More Month! To celebrate, come out to AdventHealth on April 3. Take advantage of your lunch break to get in a 30-minute walk and then receive a free heart-healthy box lunch.
Once the day gets here, you’ll want to head over to AdventHealth between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. You can begin and end this walk on your own schedule.
When you arrive, sign in behind the hospital, next to the blue AdventHealth bus. Then start walking! You may be surprised by how much better your day goes when you get to take a walk outside on your lunch break.
Once you’ve gotten your 30 minutes of exercise in, don’t forget to pick up your box lunch! You’ll head back to work for the afternoon feeling so accomplished.
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Toyota of Killeen
At Toyota of Killeen, we love supporting our community. That’s why we’re partnering with the American Heart Association, Advent Health, and Central Texas College on this event.
When you’re done with your walk, we’d love to help you with any automotive needs you may have. Whether you need service on your current vehicle or you’re looking to upgrade to a different new or pre-owned model, our expert staff is here to present you with your options and provide top notch service.
Come by the dealership and let us know what you need. We can’t wait to see you soon!
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