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Table of Contents
|Foundations for Physical Activity Promotion|
|Health Benefits of Physical Activity|
|What Is Physical Activity?|
|What Is Physical Fitness?|
|Physical Activity and Energy Expenditure|
|Determinants of the Health Benefits of Physical Activity|
|Types of Physical Activity|
|Other Attributes of Physical Activity|
|Preventive Health Benefits of Physical Activity|
|Health Benefits of Physical Activity in Children|
|Prevention of Functional Limitations and Disability|
|Perspective on Physical Activity Risks|
|Physical Activity Recommendations|
|Healthy People 2010: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives Related to Physical Activity and Physical Fitness|
|Physical Activity Recommendations for Adults-Historical Considerations|
|Overview of Current Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults|
|Current Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults|
|What's New About the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines For Americans?|
|Physical Activity Recommendations for Older Adults-Historical Considerations|
|Current Physical Activity Guidelines for Older Adults|
|Physical Activity Recommendations for Children and Adolescents-Historical Considerations|
|Current Physical Activity Guidelines for Children And Adolescents|
|Approaches and Interventions for Changing Physical Activity Behavior|
|Informational Approaches to Promoting Physical Activity|
|Behavioral and Social Approaches to Promoting Physical Activity|
|Enhanced School-Based Physical Education|
|Individually-Adapted Behavior Change Interventions|
|Social Support Interventions in Community Settings|
|Environmental and Policy Approaches to Promoting Physical Activity|
|Creation of or Enhanced Access to Places for Physical Activity Combined With Informational Outreach Activities|
|Community-Scale and Street-Scale Urban Design and Land Use Policies and Practices to Promote Physical Activity|
|Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Your Intervention or Program|
|Key Steps to an Effective Partnership|
|Determine Whether a Partnership Is Necessary|
|Determine Whether Potential Partners Have the Capacity and Interest to Support the Physical Activity Partnership|
|Determine One or More Common Goals|
|Determine the Partner's Level of Involvement and Cooperation in the Partnership|
|Define the Partnership's Operational Structure|
|Keep the Long-Term Goal in View|
|Start with Reasonable Short-Term Objectives|
|Evaluate the Partnership|
|Program Planning and Evaluation|
|Resources for Action|
|Physical Activity and Disability|
|Physical Activity Surveillance|
|Physical Activity and Fitness (HP 2010 Progress Review)|
|Physical Activity and Health: A Report of the Surgeon General (Executive Summary)|
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