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  1. 1. Benefits of Physical Activity (2:09) Click here to launch video Click here to download print activity
  2. 2. Being physically active benefits your total health in a variety of ways.
  3. 3. physical activity physical fitness exercise sedentary
  4. 4. Physical Activity and Your Health Physical activity benefits all aspects of your health. Teens should try for at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day.
  5. 5. Physical Activity and Your Health Physical activity includes all kinds of activities that you do every day. Physical activity any form of movement that causes your body to use energy
  6. 6. Physical Benefits Being active on a regular basis improves your physical fitness. Physical fitness The ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough reserve energy to respond to unexpected demands
  7. 7. Physical Benefits All kinds of physical activity—not just exercise— will improve your health. Exercise Purposeful physical activity that is planned, structured, and repetitive, and that improves or maintains physical fitness
  8. 8. Physical Benefits Strengthens your muscles and bones Boosts your energy level Improves your posture Helps you maintain a healthy weight Reduces your risk of many serious diseases
  9. 9. Physical Benefits
  10. 10. Mental and Emotional Benefits Stress Relief Mood Mental and Emotional Benefits Enhancement Improved Self-Esteem Better Sleep
  11. 11. Social Benefits Spend time with friends Make new friends Develop skills to improve your relationships Increase self-esteem Give you confidence Manage stress
  12. 12. Social Benefits Taking part in sports can teach teamwork and sportsmanship.
  13. 13. Risks of Being Inactive An inactive lifestyle puts you at risk for a variety of health problems. Examples of sedentary activities include watching TV, surfing the Internet, and playing video games.
  14. 14. Risks of Being Inactive Being sedentary all the time puts you at risk for a variety of health problems. Sedentary Involving little physical activity
  15. 15. Risks of Being Inactive Health Problems that May Result from Being Sedentary  Unhealthful weight gain and obesity  Cardiovascular disease  Type 2 diabetes  Certain types of cancer  Asthma and other breathing problems  Osteoporosis  Osteoarthritis  Psychological problems  Premature death
  16. 16. Making Time for Physical Activity There are several ways to fit physical activity into your daily life. Engaging in 10 minutes of physical activity six times a day provides the same benefits as an hour-long workout.
  17. 17. Making Time for Physical Activity Instead of this... Try This… Taking the elevator Taking the stairs Using a snowblower Shoveling snow Getting a ride to a friend’s house Walking, skating, or riding your bike Using a shopping cart Carrying your groceries to the car Taking the car through a car wash Washing the car by hand Playing Playing video or computer games basketball, soccer, or tennis
  18. 18. Making Time for Physical Activity By turning off the TV and getting out of the house for a little exercise, you can reduce your risk of health problems.
  19. 19. After You Read Reviewing Facts and Vocabulary 1. What is the difference between physical activity and exercise? Exercise is a purposeful kind of physical activity that is planned and physical activity is any form of movement that causes the body to use energy.
  20. 20. After You Read Reviewing Facts and Vocabulary 2. Name three body systems that benefit from regular physical activity. Cardiovascular system, respiratory system, musculoskeletal system
  21. 21. After You Read Reviewing Facts and Vocabulary 3. Identify two types of disease associated with a sedentary lifestyle. Sample answer: cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes

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