Promoting Active Lifestyles

There is no disagreement that people who are more active have dramatically better overall health. Yet today’s average American adult burns 500 fewer calories per day than farmers and factory workers did 100 years ago — while consuming many more calories.

How do we invent broadly popular and achievable ways for people to become more active, so as to replace those “lost” energy expenditures?

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Thought Leaders For This Challenge
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Scott Bricker

Executive Director, America Walks

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Genevieve Dunton PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California

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Stephanie Pitsirilos-Boquin, MPH

Founder of Zoe Health, LLC.

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Andrew Rundle

Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

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Cliff Sperber

Vice President, NYRR Youth and Community Services