JUMP IN anytime before September 30th.
A virtual 30-day challenge to celebrate your commitment to staying active in your own space, at your own pace in support of Canadian Women’s Heart Health.
Join the 30-day challenge and JUMP IN for Women’s Heart Health anytime in September.
30 minutes of physical activity for 30 days.
Together, we will improve the heart health of all Canadian women.
Watch Dr. Thais Coutinho, Chief, Cardiac Prevention and Rehabilitation and Chair, Canadian Women’s Heart Health Centre (CWHHC), Natalie Tommy, JUMP IN Committee Chair, Nadia Lappa, Patient & CWHHC Spokesperson and Lianne Laing, Executive Director University of Ottawa Heart Institute Foundation, as they discuss why they are Jumping In for Women’s Heart Health.
Register to JUMP IN and support women’s heart health through research, education and programming at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute and the Canadian Women's Heart Health Centre.
Do it for you, do it for the ladies in your life that you love, your mothers, daughters, grandmothers, sisters, aunts and your BFF’s.
The Canadian Women’s Heart Health Centre draws on the expertise of the Ottawa Heart Institute, to build programs that will Improve women’s heart care; raise awareness of heart disease in women; and deepen knowledge through research specifically targeted to women. CLICK HERE for more information about the Canadian Women’s Heart Health Centre.
LIVE Kick-off with Dr. Thais Coutinho and Executive Director of the Heart Institute Foundation, Lianne Laing: September 1, 2020
Challenge Date: September 1- 30, 2020
Location: In your own space, you choose!
Shake your booty at a family dance party, run through the lawn sprinkler, get gardening with the gnomes or jump on a trampoline. Mix and match your favorite activities to complete 30 minutes of physical activity a day for 30 days!
Register today - Now is the time to JUMP IN and start the conversation!
"Together we are changing attitudes and behaviors, and most importantly saving lives. Let’s start a
- Dr. Thais Coutinho, Chief, Division of Cardiac Prevention and Rehabilitation, Chair, Canadian Women's Heart Health Centre.