August 2013: Weight Management

Get MatchFit! in August with the Weight Management resources listed below, provided by United Healthcare


July 2013: Fitness


June 2013: Healthy Eating and Nutrition

Learn about good fats and bad fats, the benefits of whole grains and why Super foods are important, among many other nutrition topics provided by UnitedHealthcare.

You can hear how Revolution player Bobby Shuttleworth and his wife Geena make healthy eating part of their everyday life.  And you can use the information and resources here to help you develop your own healthy eating planseven on a budget - and eating more healthy when you’re out for a meal.





About MatchFit!

MatchFit!, is a new campaign by the New England Revolution and UnitedHealthcare aimed at helping soccer fans learn more about physical fitness and healthy eating, and improving their overall health and well-being.

MatchFit! focuses on three components of personal wellness – nutrition, fitness and weight management – encouraging fans to incorporate small, incremental changes into their everyday lives that will enhance their health and quality of life.

MatchFit! launched at the Revolution-LA Galaxy game on June 2, and will run through the end of August. Each month will focus on a different topic. June will focus on nutrition, July on fitness and August on weight management.

MatchFit! includes online, in-stadium and broadcast elements to promote healthier living to Revolution fans. Coupled with health and wellness resources of UnitedHealthcare, the Revolution will reinforce the messaging with custom digital content featuring Revs players, coaches and staff in videos, social media platforms and newsletters.

Look for opportunities to participate in MatchFit! activities throughout the summer.  And, you never know, you may be featured on the website or at the match or you could even get the opportunity to win Revolution prizes.  Now, get MatchFit!


The information provided is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice or a substitute for professional health care. You should consult an appropriate health care professional for your specific needs and to determine whether making a lifestyle change or decision based on this information is appropriate for you. Some treatments mentioned may not be covered by your health plan. Please refer to your benefit plan documents for information about coverage.