Teach kids the difference between everyday snacks (fruits/veggies) & occasional sweet treats.
Physical activity is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. Getting active is easier than you may think. Find ways to add in or mix up daily activity and discover a healthier you.
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. Throughout the month, the President’s Council highlights health and fitness-related observances celebrated in May and provide tips, messages, and motivational content on how to get active and stay active.
Everyone can benefit from being active - from improving sleep to preventing chronic disease, like heart disease or cancer. Getting kids active at a young age sets kids off on a path to a healthy life, but it’s never too late to be physically active.
Just 30 minutes a day for adults and 60 minutes for children. Sound daunting? Set easy activity goals to improve your physical fitness.
The Sport for All initiative strives to educate all Americans on the benefits associated with sport participation.
The Physical Activity Initiative is a public service campaign highlighting the physical and cognitive benefits of regular activity for youth.
The Department of Health and Human Services issued the 2nd edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans in 2018 to help Americans understand the types and amounts of physical activity that offer important health benefits.
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Find small activities to add to your work day like a lunch time walk or using the stairs.