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Welcome to Special Olympics Massachusetts Summer Games. Come out and enjoy gymnastics, powerlifting, swimming, track & field, tennis, and volleyball! Check out the event guide for the most up-to-date information.Summer Games Event Guide
The Boston Bruins Foundation announced a three year, $1 million partnership with Special Olympics Massachusetts. In addition to the incredible donation, the Bruins will use their expertise to support wellness programming and help share the message of inclusion with their passionate fanbase. Check out everything the Bruins are doing!B Inclusive
The Xtra Mile has access to some of the biggest endurance fundraising events including the Boston Marathon, Falmouth Road Race, and the Rodman Ride for Kids.Let's get going!
First off, Lets start by taking time to reflect on April’s Goal: Eat Better. There are numerous reason out there for why people don’t eat healthy. It’s too expensive, I don’t have enough time, schedules are too crazy, etc. If you are one of these people who find eating healthy difficult, your not alone and there are ways to change ones eating habits! Instead of trying to change your eating habits completely try to focus on one aspect of it. During last month’s blog we discussed then food groups and how to eat healthy for each group (see below)….Read More
There are few moments that match the excitement of representing your school and hometown at a State Championship. On Wednesday May 29, 2019, students from 54 Massachusetts schools had the opportunity at the 2019 MIAA Unified Track & Field state meet. While 54 schools were represented at States, this was a record year with 81 Massachusetts schools participating in Unified Track & Field locally this season. On a chilly late-May day at Milford High School, athletes and Unified partners competed side by side in track and field events including javelin, long jump, shot put, 100m dash, 400m dash and relays….Read More
With the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Finals, we are counting down the minutes until the next game. If you’re also a huge B’s fan, we’ve got a fun work out for you! Below are common events that happen during a hockey game. Every time one of these things happens, do the corresponding exercise! Bruins score a goal: 10-20 Jumping Jacks Your favorite player scores: 15-20 Sit Ups Bruins get a penalty: 15-20 Couch Squats Blues get a penalty: 5-10 Push Ups Bruins player gets a HATRICK: High Knees for 30-45 seconds Power Play: 10 Side Leg raises…Read More