There is a strong body of evidence to support the effectiveness of physical activity in the prevention of chronic diseases (1,2). For example, physical activity has been linked to a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, obesity, and osteoporosis (1). These benefits of physical activity can be incurred through achieving a moderate-to-vigorous physical activity level for at least 150 minutes per week for adults and 60 minutes per day for children (3). Activities such as jogging, playing tennis, swimming, and cycling, for example, can all reach a moderate-to-vigorous level intensity. Unfortunately, many adults and children are not physically active and thus promotion efforts are needed.