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Virtual Exercise World Record

Donovan McNabb and the Washington Redskins set a World Record this week, but it had nothing to do with football. On FedEx Field in Washington, the Redskins hosted the largest virtual exercise lesson. The event hopes to inspire kids and adults to fight obesity Back to Article

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brunostar
brunostar wrote:
2013-06-30 10:53:31 -0700

smile

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donteatcarrots
donteatcarrots wrote:
2013-06-30 10:50:19 -0700

Awesome!

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AlleyWalley
AlleyWalley wrote:
2011-03-14 02:44:49 -0700

nice that is pretty cool smile

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TalkativeT
TalkativeT wrote:
2011-03-13 23:35:03 -0700

sweet

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Cinderella_red
"Sana11" wrote:I 'm honestly not very sure but I do think its an activity just like music classes, drama etc. M8 b. I wrote what I thot. but I think ur point can also b veiwed
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Sana11
Sana11 posted in Cheerleading:
I 'm honestly not very sure but I do think its an activity just like music classes, drama etc.
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Cinderella_red
Cheer leading, I think, is not a sport. I mean the girls who are cheer leaders never go are the girls teams but never miss a team where there are boys. So if it was a sport then shouldn't they cheer for all the students who are play a certain game where cheer leading is needed/allowed? Maybe in some schools it is a sport but in most, it isn't. -_-'
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Team Audi #46
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AlphaT
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