PAG Resources

Use these resources to learn about, promote, and share the Physical Activity Guidelines with the individuals and communities you work with.

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Fact Sheet: Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans [PDF - 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.

For Adults

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Fact Sheet: Adult Physical Activity Guidelines [PDF - 427 KB] summarizes the basic information in the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans and provides examples of physical activity to help adults get started.

Spanish: Mantengase active a su manera: Guia para adultos [PDF - 770 KB]

The Be Active Your Way Guide For Adults

The Be Active Your Way: A Guide for Adults [PDF - 1.1 MB] is based on the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans and helps adults ages 18 to 64 years fit physical activity into their life — their way.

Spanish: Mantengase active a su manera: Guia para adultos [PDF - 770 KB]

Eat Healthy, Be Active workshop image

ODPHP’s Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops include 6, 1-hour lessons designed for community educators, health professionals, and others who want to help adults in their community make healthier food choices and be more active.

For Youth

Handout

Youth Physical Activity Recommendations [PDF - 381 KB] is a 1-page desk reference that summarizes the PAG recommendations for youth ages 6 to 17 years, and provides examples of physical activities for this age group.

Spanish: Recomendaciones para la actividad fisica de jovenes [PDF - 1.25 MB]

Midcourse Report Infographic

The 60 Minutes of More a Day Infographic [JPG - 923 KB] [PDF - 1.3 MB] illustrates how different sectors can play a role in promoting daily physical activity for youth.

Spanish: 60 minutos o mas por dia [PDF - 1.1 MB]

Youth Physical Activity Guidelines Toolkit

CDC’s Youth Physical Activity Guidelines Toolkit highlights strategies that schools, families, and communities can use to support youth physical activity.

Web Tools

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