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Lifespan Approach The best way to be physically active is to be active for life. Therefore, the Guidelines take a lifespan approach and provide recommendations for three age groups: Children and Adolescents, Adults, and Older Adults. The Physical Activity Guidelines are for Americans aged 6 and older. The Advisory Committee report
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Unformatted text preview: did not review evidence for children younger than age 6. Physical activity in infants and young children is, of course, necessary for healthy growth and development. Children younger than 6 should be physically active in ways appropriate for their age and stage of development....
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