PAG Midcourse Report Resources
The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Midcourse Report: Strategies to Increase Physical Activity Among Youth [PDF - 2.2 MB] identifies interventions that can help increase physical activity in youth ages 3–17 years across a variety of settings. The primary audiences for the report are policymakers, health care and public health professionals.
Physical Activity Guidelines Resources
The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans (PAG) [PDF - 8.49MB] provides science-based guidance on the types and amounts of physical activity Americans aged 6 years and older need for health benefits. The primary audiences for the report are policymakers and health professionals.
Be Active Your Way: A Guide for Adults
The Be Active Your Way: A Guide for Adults [PDF - 1.1MB] is based on the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans and helps adults aged 18 to 64 years fit physical activity into their life—their way.
Spanish Version [PDF - 770KB]
Be Active Your WayA Guide for Adults
IntroductionTo get the most from your physical activity guidebook
Part 1. Getting Started
Part 2. Making Physical Activity a Part of Your Life
Part 3. Keeping It Up, Stepping It Up
Part 4. Being Active for Life
At-A-Glance: A Fact Sheet for Professionals
[PDF Version - 341 KB] is a 1-page desk reference that presents
the Guidelines for all population groups and the health benefits of physical activity
as supported by the scientific evidence.
Be Active Your Way: A Fact Sheet for Adults [PDF
Version - 427 KB] summarizes the basic information
in the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans and provides examples
of physical activity to help you get started. The more you do, the greater the health
benefits and the better you’ll feel.
Spanish Version [PDF - 289KB]
The Physical Activity Guidelines Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) [PDF Version-680KB]
The Be Active Your Way Widget
Be Active e-cards
The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans At-A Glance PowerPoint presentation [PPTX - 3 MB]
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