Physical Activity Guidelines: Families

Physical Activity Guidelines: Families

Australia’s Physical Activity & Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines

Posted on 30.11.2017

The first in a series of stories featuring Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines  for various age groups as provided by the Australian Government, Department of Health.

Make your Move – Sit Less – Be Active for Life! – A resource for Families

The Make your Move – Sit Less – Be Active for Life! – A resource for Families’ brochure provides a summary of Australia’s Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for all ages. It provides information about the benefits of being physically active, and offers steps that you and your family can take towards better health, at any age. You will find information for everyone – infants and toddlers, children, young people and adults too, as well as tips and ideas for being more active and less sedentary every day.

Source
Australian Government, Department of Health

To read more on the Physical Activity Guidelines and other interesting articles,
go to Physical Activity

 

 

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