All fitness centers, in person classes, programs, and clubs are CLOSED until further notice.
Check out the resources below for employees to support their own Fitness and Well-being virtually.
NIH Health and Wellness Council (HWC) presents an Employee Wellness Seminar:
Nutrition Supporting A Healthy Immune Function
August 18th 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Register via WebEx
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Recreation and Welfare Association Virtual Fit for YOU Classes
Additional On-line Exercise Resources*
Wide range of fitness offerings for different skill levels
CrossFit at Home
Unique approach using many regular household items for all skill levels also has healthy recipes
*"Providing information and resources from these websites does not represent or constitute an endorsement of any product, service, entity or enterprise by the National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, the United States Government, or its employees."
Meditation and Mindfulness
Additional NIH Resources
National Institute on Aging
Exercise tips and other information for our older population
National Heart Lung and Blood Institute
Ways to enhance Children's Activity and Nutrition
Step It Up! Take the Stairs at NIH in Support of the U.S. Surgeon General's Call to Action to Promote Walking and Walkable Communities. For more information go
The “Take the Stairs” campaign is the NIH response to the U.S. Surgeon General’s 2015 “Call to Action to Promote Walking and Walkable Communities,” with worksites as a key sector for implementation.
In support of the project U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams came to visit NIH.
In support of the "Take the Stairs" campaign at NIH. Fogarty International Center Director Dr.Roger Glass and Deputy Director Dr.Peter Kilmarx are posting signs encouraging NIH employees to take the steps.
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Wellness@NIH Website is Now Live
Wellness@NIH web site is designed to help NIH employees support their individual health while at work by bringing you information about key health topics and services that can help you turn your many hours at work into an active part of a 24/7 healthier life.
Wellness@NIH is brought to you by the
NIH Health and Wellness Council.
We invite you explore this site, which will be growing over time, and invite you to
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