We’ve got a whole library of practical tips to help you and your family get moving! Keep it fun by trying out some of our challenges, too.
Encourage your kids to grow strong bones and muscles by getting them to skip, hop, run and jump.
When dropping the kids at school, park a block or two away so you can walk the rest of the way together. It's a great way to avoid the school drop off traffic (and get some physical activity into your day too!).
Doing any physical activity is better than none - every little bit counts. So if you're getting active for the first time or just starting out and feel a little nervous, trying new activities together with friends or family will help.
There are many strength building activities that are not necessarily what you would see as exercise - digging, carrying or lifting all count.
Physical activity helps boost your heart and lungs' ability to get blood to your muscles.