CHPS promotes Move More physical activity challenge

Improve the way you feel and function by participating in the Air Force Move More Challenge. During September and October, Civilian Health Promotion Services will promote and conduct its Move More physical activity challenge.

Being physically active is essential to prevent and reduce risks of many diseases and improve physical and mental health. Participants will receive a free CHPS performance training T-shirt at the initial check-in with CHPS staff.

Who is eligible for Move More

Federal civilian employees and active-duty military members at Air Force Materiel Command, Air Mobility Command and Air Force Special Operations Command installations with a staffed CHPS program are eligible to participate.

How to participate in Move More

· Enroll online at from until Sept. 12. Federal civilians need an up-to-date Health Risk Assessment to participate.

· Print your MM confirmation email to turn in at the initial check-in with CHPS staff between Aug. 30 and Sept. 10 to finalize enrollment and pick-up your free CHPS performance training T-shirt.

· Perform and log physical activity minutes and/or pedometer steps on the activity logs at from Sept. 13 to Oct. 24. (1 minute of physical activity or 100 steps = 1 MOVE.)

· Attend the CHPS education class, “Get Ready, Get Set, MOVE!” from Sept. 13 to Oct. 24. Both in-person and virtual sessions will be available.

· Attend a final check-out with CHPS from Oct. 27 to Nov. 5 to receive your completion award.

To be eligible for the completion award, you will need to:

a. Attend a CHPS check-in event or contact your local CHPS team to ensure you are enrolled in the challenge

b. Complete and log at least 1,000 Moves

c. Attend “Get Ready, Get Set, MOVE!” class from CHPS staff

Take the first step and get more active with the Move More challenge. Participants that complete all Move More challenge requirements will receive a free CHPS drawstring sports pak. Contact your physician before beginning any physical activity program to be sure it is safe.

For more information, visit, send an email to, or contact your local CHPS team.

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