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The Youth Fitness Coalition (YFC)

Youth Fitness Coalition (YFC) became incorporated in 1992 as a New Jersey based 501-C-3 non-profit educational organization. The YFC's Project ACES program (All Children Exercise Simultaneously), underscores the need for daily, quality physical education in our schools. According to the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports: "It is the largest event of it's kind ever conducted". Think the 'Earth Day' of fitness meets the 'Exercising Hands Across America'. Since 1989, millions of kids, parents, and teachers around the world have participated. Welcome to the "World's Largest Exercise Class".

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ACSM PARTNERSHIP WILL COMBAT CHILDHOOD OBESITY, GET KIDS ACTIVE

ACSM and Youth Fitness Coalition join to promote youth fitness

INDIANAPOLIS - In an effort to decrease the prevalence of childhood obesity and promote physical activity to children, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has announced a partnership with the Youth Fitness Coalition (YFC). This partnership will feature ACSM's Exercise is Medicine™ initiative, designed to encourage America's patients to incorporate physical activity and exercise into their daily routine, and YFC's signature program, Project ACES (All Children Exercise Simultaneously).

Please click here to read the complete press release.