Individually-adapted physical activity programs

Program basics

  • Individually-adapted exercise programs that help children and adults build behavioral skills (for example, self-monitoring, goal setting) and social support systems to encourage physical activity
  • Aim to increase physical activity and fitness and may lead to improved weight and mental health
  • Boosting interventions deployed across schools, in communities, and at the family level
  • Can be more specifically targeted to groups such as African-American men and adolescents in disadvantaged schools.

Strength of evidence

Evidence level: Proven (highest tier)

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Proven (highest tier)

Ranked as having the highest level of evidence by County Health Rankings and Roadmaps


Target population

Community-wide

Program cost

Not available

Implementation locations

Dates active

Not applicable

Outcomes and impact

  • Increased time spent on physical activity
  • May lead to weight loss

Keys to successful implementation

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