Infographic: Youth Sedentary Time

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September 22, 2014
By Chad Spoon
Infographic: Youth Sedentary Time

National guidelines recommend at least 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity every day for children and teens, but the majority of young people do not meet that goal. Spending excessive time engaging in sedentary behaviors, such as watching TV, playing video games, and other screen time activities, contributes to the problem. This infographic features evidence on trends in sedentary behaviors among youth and their impact on obesity. Findings presented in this infographic come from a related ALR research review.

This infographic can be downloaded for free in JPG format (289 KB) by clicking on the image or the "Download Original" link. A high resolution PDF version (610 KB) of this infographic is also available upon request. When requesting, please let us know how you intend to use the infographic.

This infographic is also available in Spanish: Tiempo Sedentario.

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This inforgraphic will be used for research on a paper about obesity in youth and how it recreation can improve quality of life.

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