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WNBA FIT Month presented by Kaiser Permanente tipped off at WNBA All-Star and will run throughout the month of August, 2021.  WNBA FIT Month presented by Kaiser Permanente includes a series of comprehensive programs and events dedicated to promoting physical and mental health and wellness amongst the league and fans of all ages. The WNBA engages engage players, partners, and community organizations to highlight the importance of total health.

WNBA FIT Month featured a WNBA All-Star event as the first of five WNBA FIT Month x Goodr Grocery Pop-Ups presented by Kaiser Permanente. The series helps address food insecurity and provides families in need with healthy food options. Each of the five events will serve more than 500 families through a drive-thru model and each family will take home the ingredients to make 7-10 days’ worth of meals, totaling 25,000+ meals per event. The Goodr Grocery Pop-Ups will take place in Las Vegas on July 13, Los Angeles on August 7, Atlanta on August 14, Seattle on August 21, and Washington, D.C. on August 28.

Throughout WNBA FIT Month, fans and community members can see programs and important health information highlighted across WNBA social and digital platforms as the league and its players continue to promote the importance of healthy lifestyles for women. Follow along and join the conversation by using #WNBAFIT.

Jr. NBA at Home

Check out some of these great workouts with WNBA players that you can do from the comfort of your own home.

Jewell Loyd

Cheyenne Parker

Renee Montgomery

Next Level Mentality

NEXT LEVEL MENTALITY is a content series dedicated to helping kids stay active and healthy while also learning the importance of mind-body connection and improving their mental approach to sports and life.

The Jr. NBA and NBA Academy have teamed up with professional mental performance coaches from the NBA and WNBA to help young people gain a mental edge using sports performance techniques.

Learn more about Next Level Mentality Here

Kaiser Permanente Total Health Tips

  • You don’t have to be a professional athlete to reap the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. A good target is to get 30 minutes of moderate exercise 5 days a week. Learn More
  • Getting enough sleep has been shown to improve performance in elite athletes and is integral to recovery. The right amount of rest can also reduce stress and help you feel more productive, healthy, and focused. Below are a few tips to help you learn about and improve your sleep habits. Click here or a quick and easy guide to a good night’s sleep.
  • Risk for sunburn can increase depending upon the time of day. You’re more likely to get sunburned between 10 AM and 4 PM. Check out these healthy skincare routines. Learn more