On Saturday 11 March, Garmin will be holding a Kids’ Active Day for 100 children, hosted by the lifeguards from Bondi Rescue, to mark the start of the Question Your Impossible Project. Sturt Eastwood, CEO of Diabetes NSW & ACT will be speaking to the children at Bondi beach about the importance of being active and living a healthy lifestyle to prevent type 2 diabetes.

The lifeguards plan to paddle 53 kilometres across the Channel of Bones as part of the Questions Your Impossible Project to raise awareness of healthy activity and type 2 diabetes prevention, with a focus on getting the youth of Australia active. Currently more than 1 million Australians are living with type 2 diabetes and up to 58% of cases can be prevented or delayed by healthy lifestyle.

You can learn more about the Question Your Impossible Project and follow the Bondi Rescue team’s progress as they train for the Channel of Bones Paddle here.

Click here for ideas on how you can get moving today!
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