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Maria: A 16-Year-Old Adolescent Maria participates in many types of physical activities in many places. For example, during physical education class, she plays tennis and does sit-ups and push-ups. She also likes to play basketball at the YMCA, do yoga, and go dancing with friends. Maria likes to take her dog on walks and hikes. Maria gets 60 or more minutes of daily physical activity that is at least moderate intensity. She participates in the following activities each day: Monday: Walks dog (10 minutes), plays basketball at YMCA (50 minutes). Tuesday: Walks dog (10 minutes), plays tennis (30 minutes), does sit-ups and push-ups (5 minutes), walks briskly with friends (15 minutes). Wednesday: Walks dog (10 minutes), plays basketball at YMCA (50 minutes). Thursday: Walks dog (10 minutes), plays tennis (30 minutes), does sit-ups and push-ups (5
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Unformatted text preview: minutes), plays with children at the park while babysitting (15 minutes). Friday: Plays Frisbee in park (45 minutes), mows lawn (30 minutes). Saturday: Goes dancing with friends (60 minutes), does yoga (30 minutes). Sunday: Hikes (60 minutes). Maria meets the Guidelines by doing vigorous-intensity aerobic activities, bone-strengthening activities, and muscle-strengthening activities on at least 3 days of the week: Vigorous-intensity aerobic activities 4 times during the week: basketball (Monday and Wednesday), dancing (Saturday), hiking (Sunday); Bone-strengthening activities 4 times during the week: basketball (Monday and Wednesday), dancing (Saturday), hiking (Sunday); and Muscle-strengthening activities 3 times during the week: sit-ups and push-ups (Tuesday and Thursday), yoga (Saturday)....
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