“Alexa, Ask MIBlue How to Play Like a Lion”
by Krystal Clark
| 2 min read
Eager to get your kids off the couch? With football season in full swing, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is pulling them off the sideline and into the game. The MIBlue skill for Amazon Alexa has a unique option that offers child-friendly exercises for parents and their kids, now featuring workouts guided by Matthew Stafford of the Detroit Lions. It’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day. The MIBlue skill allows them to meet that requirement with some help from a star quarterback. Stafford is an encouraging force that leads you and your child through workouts that are both fun and easy-to-follow. Give your kids the opportunity to train with a professional athlete. They’ll build strength, endurance, and learn healthier habits. Enabling the MIBlue skill for Alexa-enabled devices is fast and easy. Users can enable the skill via the Amazon Skills Store on Amazon.com or through the free mobile Amazon Alexa app on both Android and iOS. If using the Amazon Alexa app, just open the app and select “Skills & Games” in the upper left corner. Once you’ve enabled the MIBlue skill for Amazon Alexa, you can start using it to help your family stay active with the help of Blue Cross and Matthew Stafford. To access this special feature, just say “Alexa, ask MIBlue how to play like a Lion.” Watch the video below to learn more about setting up your MIBlue Skill for Amazon Alexa.