Quarterback helps North Grove students make fitness part of healthier lifestyle



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Hundreds of North Grove Elementary students now start their school day with stretches and exercises.

Their families get information that details what exercises they are doing and how they can feed their body with peanut butter and banana on toast or a piece of fruit before a workout.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health have launched the wellness program, Change the Play. The program is designed to teach residents how to exercise and eat healthier for a lifetime.

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