* 2016 National Fitness Hall of Fame National Tour *
Test your knowledge of fitness history by answering our TRIVIA questions!
NFHOF Members subminting an answer form are automatically entered into our raffle drawing on September 15, 2016 - Several Prize Winners!
1) What “Totally Awesome” decade boasted the “Greatest Fitness Boom” in history? The 80s
2) What was most valued in the early 1900s? Good Health
3) What activity saw a huge boom in participation in the 1960s & 1970s? Jogging
4) The 1930s was “nicked-named” the He-ManEra?
5) In the 1950s & 1960s, what shape did most women desire to attain? Hour-Glass figure
Debut of the NFHOF’s Traveling Exhibit is a Huge Success!
May 2, 2016
For Immediate Release:
The National Fitness Hall of Fame took its “Show-on-the-Road” as the 2016 traveling expo kicked-off the season stopping in Minooka, Illinois. On Sunday afternoon, May 1st, about a hundred people participated in the NFHOF’s “Be Active” Community Expo which focused on fitness education, active participation and healthy living.
Families and individuals got a chance to fellowship together by participating in crafts, games and contests. Everyone learned about the importance of regular exercise through the NFHOF’s “Fitness For All” seminar and got a chance to see some of the fascinating museum items showcasing several “Fitness Eras” over the past 100 years. (1900-2000)
“Educating, Motivating & Inspiring is what this tour is all about, said the Hall’s founder, John Figarelli. “We have made being active, getting fit and learn about fitness history Fun-For-All!”
Of course, all of this would not be possible without the support of our terrific sponsors; the American Council on Exercise (ACE), the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM), the National Federation of Professional Trainers (NFPT) & IDEA Health & Fitness.
Next stop? The Prevea Health & Fitness Expo in Green Bay, Wisconsin with 14,000 participants!
For more information or to experience a unique Virtual Tour, visit the website: vww.nationalfitnesshalloffame.com