A telephone interview was administered to explore perceptions of physical activity among Native American women with children residing in the household. Outdoor play, outdoor recreation, and sports were the most preferred physical activities. The findings are intended to provide Extension educators with insight that they can use when developing programs and materials aimed at increasing physical activity among diverse audiences, particularly Native American audiences.
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Jackson, T., Parker, S., Hermann, J., Miracle, S., & Briley, C. (2012). Understanding Native American Women's Views of Physical Activity to Inform Family-Based Program Development. The Journal of Extension, 50(4), Article 32. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.50.04.32