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59 Examples of Active Living

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Active living is regular physical activity that occurs over a sustained period of time measured in years and decades. This is one element of an individual's lifestyle or way of life. Active living need not include intense exercise but simply indicates that you are regularly moving. The key here is that physical activity be enjoyable, accessible and rewarding such that it is easy to sustain over your entire life. The following are illustrative examples of activities that may contribute to an active lifestyle.
Aerobic Exercise
Badminton
Balancing Exercises
Beekeeping
Birdwatching
Bodyboarding
Camping
Canoeing
Carpentry
Climbing
Cycling
Dance
Diving
Dodgeball
Dog Walking
Fishing
Frisbee
Gardening
Golf
Gymnastics
Hide and Seek
Hiking
Home Improvement
Housework
Hula Hoop
Improv
Inline Skating
Jogging
Live Action Role Play (LARP)
Martial Arts
Mountaineering
Musical Performance
Nature Photography
Performance Art
Physical Labor
Play
Rowing
Sailing
Skateboarding
Skating
Skiing
Skip Rope
Snowshoeing
Soccer
Social Dance
Street Hockey
Street Photography
Strengthening Exercises
Stretching
Surfing
Swimming
Tag
Team Sports
Throw & Catch
Trampolining
Video Games That Involve Movement
Walking
Workouts
Yoga
Active living includes physical activity at work. If you have a physical job that involves much walking, this could be considered an active lifestyle.
Active living guidelines vary by nation and region but 90 minutes of activity per day would typically qualify.
Unstructured play is an important type of physical activity for children.
Many sports have some risk of injury such that governments tend to recommend safe activities such as walking or workout classes. It is advisable to consider risk-reward as injuries can be a major obstacle to staying active. In many cases, people find activities personally rewarding such that they are willing to accept reasonable risks.
The point of active living is to engage in physical activity every day or at least every week and to sustain this for your entire life. This requires activities that you find enjoyable and rewarding such that you aren't wasting your time or likely to quit.
The joy of physical activity can be cultivated. In other words, you can learn to like it.
Other elements of a healthy lifestyle such as a good sleep and healthy diet tend to help individuals to stay active as these may boost energy and mood.
Walking is a primary component of active living. The walkability of a neighborhood tends to greatly influence levels of active living in an area.

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