NASA will start its annual 10-days-of-work-exercise challenge in early May.
The challenge will last three days and will begin with a “cool-down” workout and a “dynamic session” for the week, followed by a final session for the entire year.
“The 10-Days of Work Out Challenge is designed to help get you into shape for the year, but also to give you the flexibility to make the most of your workouts,” said a NASA press release.
It is being launched in conjunction with the National Health and Fitness Council, which is promoting the program as a way to boost fitness and reduce stress.
If you are interested in participating in the 10-Day of Workout Challenge, click here.
A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the 10 days of work-exercises were being hosted by the National Institute of Health.
They are being hosted at the University of Arizona.