Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Movement is Happiness

Following on from the global commitments to help fight obesity, Coca-Cola Singapore once again takes up active steps to get Singaporeans to get up and move. The Company launches the Movement is Happiness™ initiative, aimed to educate Singaporeans about the emotional benefits of physical activity. Simply say, it is targeting to show us that daily movement can pave the way for a release in our emotional happiness. Move and be happy, thus the slogan: The More You Move, The Happier You Feel!

Kicking off this series of activities, Coca-Cola set up activity stations just outside Wisma Atria, promoting some fun and easy activities such as hula hoops, skipping ropes, flying discs and beach balls.



Helpful Coco-Cola Ambassadors are around to teach the kids how to play the right way.


After just a short explanation, Joey & Jayne were able to throw the frisbee with much better control.


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Mother and Daughter trying out the hula hoops.

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Is it a myth or is it true that hula hoops can help slimming? If true, I better start the training for my girls now. They will thank me in future.

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I was quite surprised that Joey was able to skip so well, the last time I saw her skipping, she couldn’t even swing the ropes properly.


Gym balls were available for the crowd too.

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Who says gym balls can only be thrown around? These guys totally changed the rules with their amazing juggling skills.


From now till end of April, Coca-Cola will set up more activity stations at various locations across Singapore. Next up will be at CityLink from 29 to 30 Mar, make sure you don’t miss it.

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Nice family photo to end the day =)


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