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    1. 1. Brittany M.
    2. 2. Physical Activity and InactivityTypes of Physical ActivityPhysical Activity and Daily LifePhysical Activity in Schools and Child CarePhysical Activity in Parks and RecreationSPARK
    3. 3. Physical InactivityActivityMinimum of Reduce non-60 minutes a activity timedayModerate to LessenVigorous computer andPhysical TV timeActivityEveryday or No more thanas much as 1-2 hours ofallowed TV
    4. 4. Types of Physical Activity Aerobic Activity Muscle Strengthening • Sit ups • Push ups Bone Strengthening • Running • Jumping Rope Age-Appropriate Activities
    5. 5. Physical Activity and DailyLife Set example as parents  Lead an active lifestyle Make Physical Activity part of family routine Give sports equipment to encourage play Stay positive towards Physical Activity Make sure child enjoys activity Safe Neighborhoods
    6. 6. Physical Activity in Schools andChild Care  Walk, bike, roll to and from school  Reach 60 minutes of Physical Activity everyday  Arrive to school energized  Physical Education  Focus changing to health & physical activity  Extracurricular Activities  Encourage Physical Activity
    7. 7. Physical Activity in Parks andRecreation Improve access to parks and playgrounds  Public Parks Physical Activity Facilities  Baseball fields, basketball courts, etc
    8. 8. SPARK Research Based, Public Health Organization Promotes Lifelong Wellness Creates Activity Programs  For Different Environments
    9. 9. Summary  Minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity  Lessen TV and computer time  Physical activity in daily routine  Walk or bike to school  Physical Education  Use physical activity facilities  Spark Activity Programs
    10. 10. Sources CDC. (2011, April 21). Overweight and Obesity. Retrieved from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: http://www.cdc.gov/obesity/childhood/solutions.html National Center for Safe Routes to School. (N.A.). Safe Routes. Retrieved from www.saferoutesinfo.org: http://www.saferoutesinfo.org/ Partner for Prevention. (2012). School Based Phyiscal Education. Retrieved from www.prevent.org: http://www.prevent.org/The- Community-Health-Promotion-Handbook/School-Based-Physical- Education.aspx SPARK. (2012). What is SPARK? Retrieved from www.sparke.org: http://www.sparkpe.org/what-is-spark/
    11. 11. Sources World Health Organization. (2012). Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health. Retrieved from www.who.int:http://www.who.int/dietphysicalactivity/childhood_sch ools/en/index.html Wikimedia Commons. (2012). File:Playground.jpg. Retrieved from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Playground.jpg Wikimedia Commons. (2012). File:Variation in body fat 12577.jpg. Retrieved from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Variation_in_body_fat_125 77.JPG

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