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Friday, October 14, 2011

Michelle Obama’s Playlist

Curious about what’s on Michelle Obama’s playlist when she works out?

WebMD readers can be the first to find out. The First Lady is giving us an exclusive look at two videos that feature questions asked by the Let’s Move! online audience.

In this video, Michelle Obama reveals what’s on her iPod.

In the next, she offers tips for exercising when you’re stuck indoors.

Michelle Obama  launched the Let’s Move! program in 2010 to help fight childhood obesity within a generation. Check out the Let’s Move! site for more tips and information.

Posted by: WebMD Blogs at 3:49 pm

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