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356 trusted resources for Exercise for Children

  1. Exercise

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Could you run and walk for hours, leap over rocks, climb mountains, carry loads, run and have a sound sleep and do it all again the next day?

  2. Exercise - check your pulse

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Your heart is a pump which pumps blood out around your body through your arteries. You can feel the blood pumping steadily where the arteries are close to your skin.

  3. Interventions for preventing obesity in children

    Australasian Cochrane Centre

    Childhood obesity can cause social, psychological and health problems, and is linked to obesity later in life and poor health outcomes as an adult. Obesity development is related to physical activity and nutrition. To prevent obesity, 55 studies condu...

  4. Get active each day - NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service

    Multicultural Health Communication Service

    A simple fact sheet that promotes physical activity for toddlers and preschoolers. It provides guidelines and practical ways to get children more active more often.

  5. Australia's Physical Activity Recommendations for 5-12 Year olds (brochure)

    Department of Health

    Health Ministers have recently endorsed and announced consumer resources developed by the Australian Government to promote Australia’s Physical Activity Recommendations for Children and Young People.

  6. Why physical activity is good for kids

    Raising Children Network

    A guide to why physical activity and exercise are good for children, covering health, development and social benefits of daily physical activity.

  7. Australia's Physical Activity Recommendations for 12-18 Year olds (brochure)

    Department of Health

    Health Ministers have recently endorsed and announced consumer resources developed by the Australian Government to promote Australia’s Physical Activity Recommendations for Children and Young People.

  8. Preparing patients for exercise - preparing for exercise

    myVMC Virtual Medical Centre

    Preparing for Exercise: A regular exercise regime is essential for a healthy and happy lifestyle. Some important steps are needed before, during and after exercising to protect against sports related injuries and other physical distress.

  9. Sport for children

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Sport is a very important part of the Australian way of life, as well as in many other countries. It is also one of the main ways to help children, young people and adults to keep fit and healthy and avoid becoming overweight.

  10. Physical activity in children and teenagers - myDr.com.au

    myDr

    Get the low down on why physical activity is so important for children and teenagers.

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