Only around half of America’s youth meets the U.S. Health and Human Service Department’s physical activity guidelines for at least 60 minutes of vigorous to moderate-intensity exercise each day.

In just two generations, the rate of active play, physical education, and overall physical activity has dropped by 32% in the U.S

Between ages 9 and 15, American kids’ activity levels drop by 50-75 percent.

For many kids, an inactive lifestyle has become the norm.

5.3 million deaths will be attributed to physical inactivity while smoking, long considered a leading killer, is responsible for 5 million deaths a year.

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