Adult Active Living

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  • Adult Active Living

    1. 1. Adult Active LivingCommunity Factors
    2. 2. Walkable / Bikeable Neighborhoods :What the Community Says
    3. 3. We need more biking andwalking paths. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    4. 4. Better public transportationwould encourage walking. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    5. 5. Senate Bill 375
    6. 6. Senate Bill 375
    7. 7. Walkable Novato =Most walkable =Moderately walkable =Least walkable, Car dependentSource: Walk Score 2012
    8. 8. Walkable San Rafael =Most walkable =Moderately walkable =Least walkable, Car dependentSource: Walk Score 2012
    9. 9. Source: Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot ProgramSource: Non-motorized Transportation Pilot Program
    10. 10. Access to Physical Activity:What the Community Says
    11. 11. Cops assume that black people in open spaces are up to no good. We do not use them, because we do not want to be hassled by the police. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    12. 12. We need more community groupsfocused on physical activity. Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    13. 13. Access to Recreational Areas
    14. 14. Source: CHIS 2007Source: Marin County Parks Visitor Use Census and Survey 2011
    15. 15. Source: Marin County Parks Visitor Use Census and Survey 2011Source: Marin County Parks Visitor Use Census and Survey 2011
    16. 16. Safety:What the Community Says
    17. 17. I dont feel very safe when I think aboutwhats going on outside(with ICE). It makes me not want to leave the house.
    18. 18. Women do not feel safe walking past groups of men drinking on the street Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    19. 19. We need more lawenforcement and moreSpanish speaking police officers Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    20. 20. Adult Active Living Individual Factors
    21. 21. Adults 25+ Level of Physical Activity in a Typical Week 100% 90% 20%Percent of Adults 80% 70% 21% Vigorous 60% Moderate 50% Some 40% None 30% 53% 20% 10% 0% 7% Physical Activity (Marin County) Source: CHIS 2005
    22. 22. Only 1 in 5 adultsage 25+participate inmoderate ORvigorous physicalactivity
    23. 23. Healthy People2020 Target foradult moderatephysical activityis: 47.9%
    24. 24. And There are Disparities
    25. 25. Lower Education, Less Walking for Transportation, Fun or Exercise 88% Percent of Adults Age 25+ 90% 85% 78% 80% 80% High School 75% Graduate or Less 70% Some College 65% College Graduate 60% 55% 50% High School Some College College Graduate or Graduate Less Educaiton Level CompletedSource: CHIS 2009 (Marin County)
    26. 26. 10% difference between adults with a collegedegree and adultswith high school or less
    27. 27. Top 4 Most Physically Active Communities3. San Anselmo4. Mill Valley5. Belvedere6. Larkspur
    28. 28. Adult Active Living Outcomes
    29. 29. + Overweight or Obese Adults Age 25 in Marin County 50% 48% 48%Percent of Adults 46% 44% 42% 40% 42% 38% 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 YearSource: CHIS 2001-2009
    30. 30. Almost 1 in 2 adults areoverweight or obese
    31. 31. And There are Disparities
    32. 32. Source: CHIS 2007-2009
    33. 33. Adults with lower income are 60%more likely to be overweight or obese
    34. 34. Source: CHIS 2007-2009
    35. 35. Adults with lower education levelsare more likely tobe overweight or obese
    36. 36. Top 3 Neighborhoods with the Highest Prevalence of Obesity 1. San Marin 2. Ignacio 3. Canal

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