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Exercise Examples and Videos

View sample exercise routines and videos. Remember to start slow if you are new to exercise, and talk to your doctor if you have concerns.

HHS, Indian Health Service

Find exercise videos and guides for American Indian and Alaskan Native children, adults, and older adults.

HHS, Office on Women's Health, Girlshealth.gov

Loosen tight muscles and release tension with these sample stretches. 

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Use these 5-10 minute videos for quick exercise breaks, or try them one after another for a longer workout.

University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service

View sample yoga poses that can be done seated in a chair. 

University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service

Use these step-by-step instructions and images to guide your child through a simple yoga routine.

South Dakota State University Extension

Try these gentle yoga poses to support your body and mind.

South Dakota State University Extension

Perform this at-home strength routine using light weights. If you don't have weights, canned goods or full water bottles will work.

University of Nevada Reno Cooperative Extension

Browse games that preschoolers and parents can play to get moving at home. Find videos for 20+ activities including an active bingo, alphabet stretch, food relay, and musical shapes.