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Spend some active quality time with Dad

With Father’s Day around the corner the focus is firmly on dad and his well-being, and that includes his health and fitness. If he is a bit reluctant to get moving or develop healthier habits, there are plenty of subtle ways to motivate him! If your father doesn’t seem too keen to start exercising, remind him that it’s never too late to start!

Exercise is a great way to spend quality time as a family because you can improve your health and well-being as you strengthen your relationships. Activities don’t have to be too demanding either when you can take up running or cycling, or even just taking an evening walk through the neighbourhood. One fun way to keep it interesting is to allow each member of the family to pick a sport or activity each week or fortnight – improving your health and helping to build healthy habits. Otherwise, this could be the perfect chance to try a new sport – from joining a local football team to trying out a martial art.

If you’re unsure how to get started, then this Father’s Day the Saudi Sports For All Federation (SFA) has just the challenge to get you moving! Make sure your fitness tracker is charged, put on your trainers and sunscreen, and rise to the challenge of completing 6,000 steps before the sun goes down! Whether you want to walk or run, this is the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time getting fit with your father.

The SFA App and the SFA Rewards Program encourage users to complete this challenge and have 250 points added to their total! Mark the occasion and make the day memorable by completing the challenge with your loved one and tagging us on our social media (@saudi_sfa)!

Healthy Living is a frequently updated content section brought to you by the Saudi Sports for All Federation. In the spirit of supporting our #HealthyActiveCommunity, we’re sharing tips around wellness, physical activity and more!

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