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Please visit our resources page to see tips and workouts to help you continue the movement movement.

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Ideas to Keep Kids Active – 5-12 years old

Sometimes thinking of ways to incorporate physical activity into your life can be tricky. So we’ve done it for you! Here’s a few quick tips to get your kids moving more.

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Ideas to Keep Teens Active

There are plenty of good reasons to keep teens active and plenty of opportunities to help them include physical activity in their day. Use this guide as a starting point to tempt teens, and yourself, to move a little more.

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Physical Activity for Teenagers

It’s important to be active at any age and the teenage years are no exception. From promoting healthy growth and development to improving mental health, physical activity is crucial for this age group.

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Keeping Kids Active – 5-12 years old

Helping children stay active can be easy for some and a challenge for others. Let’s look at the reasons why physical activity is so important for our children.

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Physical Activity Pyramid

Doing any physical activity is better than doing none. If you currently do no physical activity, start by doing some, and gradually build up to the recommended amount.

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Physical Activity Recording Sheet

Keep motivated by writing your weekly physical activity goal and recording your daily physical activity.

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RPE Graphic

The Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) chart helps you gauge your level of exertion and moderate your workout based on your comfort level.

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Active at Home Exercise Program – Level 2

Finished with Level 1 and need a new workout guide to boost your fitness routine whilst at home? We have created a 10 step guide with tips to keep you moving.

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Active at Home Exercise Program – Level 1

Need a workout guide to boost your fitness routine whilst at home? We have created a simple, seated, 10 step guide with tips to help you get moving.

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Being Active While Working From Home

Need some motivation to be active whilst working from home? We have created a guide with tips to help you get back on track to moving your body each and every day

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FITNESS TIPS – WORKOUT SHEET 4

Join Active Geelong ambassador and athlete Jess Gulli-Nance by using this sheet as a guide alongside our video to get you moving.

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FITNESS TIPS – WORKOUT SHEET 3

Join Active Geelong ambassador and athlete Jess Gulli-Nance by using this sheet as a guide alongside our video to get you moving.

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FITNESS TIPS – WORKOUT SHEET 2

Join Active Geelong ambassador and athlete Jess Gulli-Nance by using this sheet as a guide alongside our video to get you moving.

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FITNESS TIPS – WORKOUT SHEET 1

Join Active Geelong ambassador and athlete Jess Gulli-Nance by using this sheet as a guide alongside our video to get you moving.

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Barwon Health – Workplace Health

Barwon Health works with local organisations to achieve better health and wellbeing outcomes for workplaces and their employees.

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What is physical activity

Physical activity is more than sport and exercise classes. From walking up stairs to vacuuming the floor it includes any movement you do throughout your day. There are lots of ways to increase your physical activity when you understand what it actually is.

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ROI for physical activity in the workplace

Research shows that supporting physical activity in the workplace will have a positive return on investment (ROI) for businesses.

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Active Travel

Active travel is using physical activity to get around. It can be walking or cycling to a destination such as work or school. Or it might even be skating or scooting – anything that gets your body moving!

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How to move more at work

No matter if you sit for most of your working day or have lots of opportunity to move, there are always ways to get a little bit more movement in your day.

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Meetings and movement

Take any opportunity at work to reduce your sedentary time and increase your opportunities for movement.