Physical Activity Research Center

Physical Activity Research Center

Making physical activity an everyday experience for all children
Project Profiles
Project Profiles We conduct and commission top-quality research to build evidence on policies and practices that promote safe and developmentally appropriate physical activity for toddlers, children and their families and create a Culture of Health....
Research Agenda
Research Agenda   We promote the use of top-quality research to build evidence on policies and practices that promote safe and developmentally appropriate physical activity for children. To this end, we conducted an extensive consultative...
Blog
The PARC Blog Latest News and Updates from the Project Team The Blog will be a space to post new information that doesn’t closely fit in other sections (and also to highlight content that does...

Meet Our Team

Infographic: Physical Activity and Recreation in Children in Communities of Color
Public parks represent key settings for promoting physical activity among children who are least likely to be active and most likely to be overweight or...
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Infographic: Youth Physical Activity in Summer Patterns and Disparities
Adolescents have lower levels of physical activity (PA) and more rapid weight gain during summertime when they are not attending school. African American and Latino...
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Official PARC Introduction Video
Official PARC Introduction Video Here at PARC, we are advocating for physical activity to be an everyday part of life for all children. Check out...
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Infographic: Physical Activity and Recreation in Children in Communities of Color
Public parks represent key settings for promoting physical activity among children who are least likely to be active and most likely to be overweight or...
Read More "Infographic: Physical Activity and Recreation in Children in Communities of Color"

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