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Physical Activity Guidelines

PAG Supporter Network

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Overview

The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans (PAG) Supporter Network is an opportunity for Supporters to share ideas and best practices for encouraging Americans to be more physically active. HHS offers e-marketing tools for promoting physical activity to members of the PAG Supporter Network and opportunities to interact with other PAG Supporter Network organizations through the Be Active Your Way blog. Be sure to visit the blog each week to learn from and share with colleagues.

Supporter Network e-Toolkit

For organizations and communities

A comprehensive approach to helping all Americans achieve the health benefits of regular physical activity involves action at all levels of society: individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, and public policy. Your organization can sign up to be a Supporter of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans and help get the word out about the Guidelines.

e-Toolkit resources include the following items:

Other HHS Toolkit Resources:

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Join the PAG Supporter Network.

We invite your organization to join the PAG Supporter Network. Supporter organizations help get the word out about the amount of physical activity Americans need for their health. As a member of the PAG Supporter Network, your organization will be listed under our Member List.

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Number of Members:

1 – 49 50 – 100 101 – 200 over 200

Putting the Guidelines into practice

Organizations listed are taking action to help individuals and the community become physically active. Everyone has a role to play.

To see a list of the Physical Activity Guideline Supporters in your area, click on your state (or Other Countries) below.

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This site is coordinated by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.