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Be Active at Work

Are you Ready for Action?

Thirty to sixty minutes of physical activity every day can benefit your health. Unfortunately, most adults aren't active enough to get those benefits. But that's easy to overcome.

Are you thinking about getting active? Or maybe you've decided to take some small steps towards wellness.

Follow the link below that best describes your current level of physical activity and get set to make a positive change.

I would describe myself as inactive.

I want to be more active but am having trouble starting.

My activities don't take a lot of effort; my heart rate doesn't increase much, and I'm not really straining.

Thinking About Being Active
Thinking About Being Active

I'm active, but not anything really regular.

I might plan something active once a week.

I'm having trouble being consistent and finding the time.

My activities are light to moderate effort.

Trying Physical Activity on for Size
Trying Physical Activity on for Size

I'm active for at least 30 minutes at least 3 days a week.

I put moderate to vigorous effort into my activity.

Regular physical activity is a NEW habit for me.

I'm fairly consistent, but I'm worried about losing my momentum.

Growing the Active Habit
Growing the Active Habit

I'm active 4-7 days a week for at least 30 minutes a day at a moderate or vigorous effort, like a brisk walk, heavy yard work, speedy house cleaning.

I've been active longer than 6 months and feel great about my healthy habit.

Active for Life
Active for Life





Still not sure how ready you are to make a change?  Use this tool (PDF 50KB, 1 page) to know where your strengths and challenges may be as you take a step towards a healthier life.


Be Active at Work

Revised: February 09, 2010


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