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WOULD you like to be more physically active, but are not sure if you can do it?

Good news—if you are a very large person, you can be physically active—and you can have fun and feel good doing it.

THERE may be special challenges for very large people who are physically active. You may not be able to bend or move in the same way that other people can. It may be hard to find clothes and equipment for exercising. You may feel self-conscious being physically active around other people.

Facing these challenges is hard—but it can be done! The information in this booklet may help you start being more active and healthier—no matter what your size!

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BEING physically active may help you live longer and protect you from:

·         type 2 diabetes

·         heart disease

·         stroke

  • high blood pressure

If you have any of these health problems, being physically active may help improve your symptoms.

 

Women on fitness bikeBeing physically active can be a lot of fun!

           

REGULAR physical activity helps you feel better because it:

·         Lowers your stress and boosts your mood.

·         Increases your strength, movement, balance, and flexibility.

·         Helps control blood pressure and blood sugar.

·         Helps build healthy bones, muscles, and joints.

·         Helps your heart and lungs work better.

·         Improves your self-esteem.

  • Boosts energy during the day and may aid in sleep at night.
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TO start being more active, try these tips:

  • Think about your barriers to being active. Then try to come up with creative ways to solve them. The following examples may help you overcome barriers.
 

Barrier: I don't have enough time

Barrier: I feel self-conscious when I'm active

Barrier: I'm worried about my health or injury

Barrier: I just don't like exercise

Barrier: I can't stay motivated

 

·         Start slowly. Your body needs time to get used to your new activity.

·         Warm up. Warm-ups get your body ready for action. Shrug your shoulders, tap your toes, swing your arms, or march in place. You should spend a few minutes warming up for any physical activity—even walking. Walk slowly for the first few minutes.

  • Cool down. Slow down little by little. If you have been walking fast, walk slowly or stretch for a few minutes to cool down. Cooling down may protect your heart, relax your muscles, and keep you from getting hurt.

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Appreciate yourself!
 

If you cannot do an activity, do not be hard on yourself. Feel good about what you can do. Be proud of pushing yourself up out of a chair or walking a short distance.

Pat yourself on the back for trying even if you cannot do it the first time. It may be easier the next time!

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TO maintain your active lifestyle, try these suggestions:

·         Set goals. Set short-term and long-term goals. A short-term goal may be to walk 5 to 10 minutes, 5 days a week. It may not seem like a lot, but any activity is better than none. A long-term goal should be to do at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on most days of the week. You can accumulate your physical activity in shorter segments of 10 minutes or more. An example of a long-term goal is to walk briskly on 5 days of the week by the end of 6 months.

·         Set rewards. Whether your goal was to be active for 15 minutes a day, to walk farther than you did last week, or simply to stay positive, you deserve recognition for your efforts. Some ideas for rewards include a new CD to motivate you, new walking shoes, or a new outfit.

·         Get support. Get a family member or friend to be physically active with you. It may be more fun, and your buddy can cheer you on and help you stick with it.

  • Track progress. Keep a journal of your physical activity. You may not feel like you are making progress but when you look back at where you started, you may be pleasantly surprised! You can make copies of the blank journal at the end of this booklet to keep track of your efforts.
 

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·         Build up to it. Any physical activity is better than none, so start where you can and gradually increase the amount. The Government recommends 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on most days of the week. Do not worry if that sounds like a lot! It does not have to be done all at once. Try breaking this into three 10-minute slots. A few minutes of activity here and there can really add up.

  • Have fun! Try different activities to find the ones you really enjoy.
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MOST very large people can do some or all of the physical activities in this booklet. You do not need special skills or a lot of equipment. You can do:

·         Weight-bearing activities, like walking, climbing stairs, and golfing, which involve lifting or pushing your own body weight.

·         Nonweight-bearing activities, like swimming and water workouts, which put less stress on your joints because you do not have to lift or push your own weight. If your feet or joints hurt when you stand, nonweight-bearing activities may be best for you.

  • Lifestyle activities, like gardening or washing the car, which are great ways to get moving. Lifestyle activities do not have to be planned out ahead of time.

Remember that physical activity does not have to be hard or boring to be good for you. Anything that gets you moving around—even for only a few minutes a day—is a healthy start to getting more fit.

Walking (Weight Bearing)

The walking that you do during the day (like doing chores around the house or in the yard) can help you become more fit. But regular, steady walking that makes you breathe heavier can help you to be healthier. It will give your heart and lungs—as well as your leg muscles—a good workout.

 

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Do I need to see my health care provider before I start being physically active?

You should talk to your health care provider if you:

·         Have a chronic disease or have risk factors for a chronic disease, such as asthma or diabetes.

·         Have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or a personal or family history of heart disease.

·         Are pregnant.

·         Are a smoker.

  • Are unsure of your health status or have any concerns that exercise might be unsafe for you.

Chances are your health care provider will be pleased with your decision to start an activity program. It is unlikely that you will need a complete medical exam before you go out for a short walk.

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If you are not active now, start slowly. Try to walk 5 minutes a day for the first week. Walk 8 minutes the next week. Stay at 8-minute walks until you feel comfortable. Then increase your walks to 11 minutes. Slowly lengthen each walk by 3 minutes—or walk faster.

 

Tips for Walking

·         Wear comfortable walking shoes with a lot of support. If you walk frequently, you may need to buy new shoes often. You may wish to speak with a podiatrist about when you need to purchase new walking shoes.

·         Wear garments that prevent inner-thigh chafing, such as tights or spandex shorts.

  • Make walking fun. Walk with a friend or pet. Walk in places you enjoy, like a park or shopping mall.

To learn more, read the brochure Walking...A Step in the Right Direction from the Weight-control Information Network (WIN). (This publication is available in English and Spanish.)

Dancing (Weight Bearing or Nonweight Bearing)
Dancing may help:

·         Tone your muscles.

·         Improve your flexibility.

·         Make your heart stronger.

  • Make your lungs work better.

You can dance in a health club, in a nightclub, or at home. To dance at home, just move your body to some lively music!

Dancing on your feet is a weight-bearing activity. Dancing while seated lets you move your arms and legs to music while taking the weight off your feet. This may be a good choice if you cannot stand on your feet for a long time.

See the list of additional resources at the end of this booklet for seated workout videos.

  Water Workouts (Nonweight Bearing)

Exercising in water:

·         Helps flexibility. You can bend and move your body in water in ways you cannot on land.

·         Reduces risk of injury. Water makes your body float. This keeps your joints from being pounded or jarred and helps prevent sore muscles and injury.

  • Keeps you refreshed. You can keep cool in water—even when you are working hard.

You do not need to know how to swim to work out in water—you can do shallow-water or deep-water exercises without swimming.

For shallow-water workouts, the water level should be between your waist and your chest. If the water is too shallow, it will be hard to move your arms underwater. If the water is deeper than chest-height, it will be hard to keep your feet on the pool bottom.

For deep-water workouts, most of your body is underwater. This means that your whole body will get a good workout. For safety and comfort, wear a foam belt or life jacket.

Many swim centers offer classes in water workouts. Check with the pools in your area to find the best water workout for you.

See the list of additional resources at the end of this booklet to learn more about water exercises.

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Where to Work Out

You can do many activities in your home. But there are other fun places to be active, including health clubs, recreation centers, or outdoors. It may be hard to be physically active around other people. Keep in mind that you have just as much right to be healthy and active as anyone else.

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Weight Training (Weight Bearing or Nonweight Bearing)

Weight training builds strong muscles and bones. Getting stronger may also help prepare you for other kinds of physical activity. You can weight train at home or at a fitness center.

You do not need benches or bars to begin weight training at home. You can use a pair of hand weights or even two soup cans.

Make sure you know the correct posture and that your movements are slow and controlled.

If you decide to buy a home gym, check its weight rating (the number of pounds it can support) to make sure it is safe for your size. If you want to join a fitness center where you can use weights, shop around for one where you feel at ease.

To learn more about weight training, see the list of additional resources at the end of this booklet.

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Weight Training Rule of Thumb
 

If you cannot lift a weight six times in a row, the weight you are lifting is too heavy. If you can easily lift a weight 15 times in a row, your weight is too light.

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  Bicycling (Nonweight Bearing)

You can bicycle indoors on a stationary bike, or outdoors on a road bike. Biking does not stress any one part of the body—your weight is spread among your arms, back, and hips.

You may want to use a recumbent bike. On this type of bike, you sit low to the ground with your legs reaching forward to the pedals. This may feel better than sitting upright. The seat on a recumbent bike is also wider than the seat on an upright bike.

For biking outdoors, you may want to try a mountain bike. These bikes have wider tires and are heavy.

You can also buy a larger seat to put on your bike.

Make sure the bike you buy has a weight rating at least as high as your own weight.

To learn more about bicycling, see the list of additional resources at the end of this booklet.


Stretching (Weight Bearing or Nonweight Bearing)

Stretching may help you:

·         Be more flexible.

·         Feel more relaxed.

·         Improve posture.

  • Keep your muscles from getting tight after doing other physical activities.

You do not have to set aside a special time or place to stretch. At home or at work, stand up, push your arms toward the ceiling, and stretch. Stretch slowly and only enough to feel tightness—not until you feel pain. Hold the stretch, without bouncing, for about 30 seconds. Do not stretch cold muscles.

Yoga and tai chi are two types of stretching. They help you breathe deeply, relax, and get rid of stress.

Your local fitness center may offer yoga, tai chi, or other stretching classes. You may want to start with “gentle” classes, like those aimed at seniors.

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Questions to Ask When Choosing a Fitness Center

·         Can the treadmills or benches support people who are large?

·         Does the fitness staff know how to work with people of larger sizes?

·         Can I take time to see how I like the center before I sign up?

·         Is the aim to have fun and get healthy—not to lose weight?

·         What are the hours, and what time of day is it crowded?

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See the list of additional resources at the end of this booklet to learn more about these physical activities for large people.

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Women weight trainingLifestyle Activities

Lifestyle physical activities do not have to be planned. You can make small changes to make your day more physically active and improve your health. For example:

·         Take 2- to 3-minute walking breaks at work a few times a day.

·         Put away the TV remote control—get up to change the channel.

·         March in place during TV commercials.

·         Take the stairs instead of the elevator.

·         Stand or walk, rather than sit, while talking on the phone.

·         Play with your family—kids, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, etc.

  • Walk to your coworker’s office rather than use the phone or email.

Even a shopping trip can be exercise: it is a chance to walk and carry your bags. In addition, doing chores like lawn mowing, leaf raking, gardening, and housework can count as activity.

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Applaud yourself!
 

If you can do only a few or none of these activities, it is OK. Appreciate what you can do, even if you think it is a small amount. Doing any movement—even for a short time—can make you healthier. Remember, each activity you do is a step toward a more active lifestyle.

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Tips for Safe Physical Activity

Slow down if you feel out of breath. You should be able to talk during your activity, without gasping for breath.

Drink water when you are thirsty to replace the water you lose by sweating.

Wear Suitable Clothes

·         Wear lightweight, loose-fitting tops so you can move easily.

·         Wear clothes made of fabrics that absorb sweat and remove it from your skin.

·         Never wear rubber or plastic suits. Plastic suits could hold the sweat on your skin and make your body overheat.

·         Women should wear a good support bra.

·         Wear supportive athletic shoes for weight-bearing activities.

·         Wear a knit hat to keep you warm when you are physically active outdoors in cold weather. Wear a tightly woven, wide-brimmed hat in hot weather to help keep you cool and protect you from the sun.

·         Wear sunscreen when you are physically active outdoors.

  • Wear garments that prevent inner-thigh chafing, such as tights or spandex shorts.
Stop your activity right away if you:

·         Have pain, tightness, or pressure in your chest or neck, shoulder, or arm.

·         Feel dizzy or sick.

·         Break out in a cold sweat.

·         Have muscle cramps.

·         Are extremely short of breath.

  • Feel pain in your joints, feet, ankles, or legs. You could hurt yourself if you ignore the pain.

Ask your health care provider what to do if you have any of these symptoms.

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Drink water when you are thirsty.

Water helps every cell and organ in your body work. It cushions your joints, helps keep you regular, keeps your body cool, and prevents dehydration when you are sweating.

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  Healthy, fit bodies come in all sizes.

Whatever your size or shape, get physically active now and keep moving for a healthier life!

Additional Resources


Inclusion of resources is for information only and does not imply endorsement by the Government.

 

Fitness-related Publications

Active Living Every Day: 20 Weeks to Lifelong Vitality
Steven N. Blair, Andrea L. Dunn, Bess H. Marcus, Ruth Ann Carpenter, and Peter Jaret. Human Kinetics, 2001. This book offers a step-by-step plan for getting and staying active. The information, suggested activities, and self-help tools in each chapter were successfully tested with people who followed the plan and learned to make activity a part of their daily lives. The 20 chapters correspond to the 20 weeks of the program, but readers are encouraged to go at their own pace. Available from www.humankinetics.com or your local or online bookstore.

Don’t Weight: Eat Healthy and Get Moving NOW!
Kelly Bliss. Infinity Publishing, 2002. This book provides motivation and information for healthy eating and plus-size fitness. It also teaches problem-solving techniques. It offers information that can help the large person plan and achieve a fitness program that can be sustained for a lifetime. Available from KellyBliss.com, P.O. Box 572, Lansdowne, PA 19050; 1–877–KellyBliss; www.kellybliss.com; or your local or online bookstore.

Easy Does It Yoga
Alice Christensen, American Yoga Association. Fireside, 1999. This book presents a program of exercises, breathing, meditation, philosophy, and nutrition for older adults and those with physical limitations. Simple chair exercises and more challenging standing and floor exercises are described. Available from the American Yoga Association, P.O. Box 19986, Sarasota, FL 34276; (941) 927–4977; www.americanyogaassociation.org; or your local or online bookstore.

Great Shape: The First Fitness Guide for Large Women
Pat Lyons and Debby Burgard. iUniverse, 2000. This book urges women to be physically active for fun, fitness, and positive body image instead of for weight loss. The authors describe a healthy lifestyle program including walking, swimming, dancing, martial arts, bicycling, and more. Available from www.iuniverse.com or your local or online bookstore.

Just the Weigh You Are: How to Be Fit and Healthy Whatever Your Size
Steven Jonas and Linda Konner. Houghton Mifflin Co., Ltd., 1998. This book presents a plan for total fitness and healthy living no matter what your size. Chapters focus on accepting oneself, improving nutrition without dieting, managing stress, and doing moderate physical activity. Available from your local or online bookstore.

Real Fitness for Real Women: A Unique Workout Program for the Plus-Size Woman
Rochelle Rice. Warner Books, 2001. This book describes a 6-week introductory fitness program that includes warm-ups, aerobics, strength training and stretching techniques, and meditation. Photos of plus-size women demonstrate the exercises. The book also addresses getting motivated, creating support, evaluating current abilities, and increasing self-acceptance. Available from www.rochellerice.com or your local or online bookstore.

Tips to Help You Get Active
Weight-control Information Network (WIN). National Institutes of Health (NIH) Publication No. 06–5578. 2006. This booklet provides ideas and tips for becoming physically active. It focuses on overcoming common barriers and setting goals. Available from WIN, www.win.niddk.nih.gov.

Walking . . . A Step in the Right Direction
WIN. NIH Publication No. 03–4155. 2001. This pamphlet explains how to start a walking program, presents a sample program, and shows stretches for warming up and cooling down. Available in English and Spanish from WIN, www.win.niddk.nih.gov.

Water Exercise
Martha D. White. Human Kinetics, 1995. This book presents water exercises for fitness and muscle tone as well as exercises for injuries, postsurgical rehabilitation, and other special needs. Available from Human Kinetics, P.O. Box 5076, Champaign, IL 61825; 1–800–747–4457; www.humankinetics.com; or your local or online bookstore.

Other Publications

Plus Size Yellow Pages
Over 3,000 online resources for fitness clothes up to 6X, casual wear up to 10X, bikes, bike seats, kayaks, sports bras, supportive tights/leggings, supportive fitness shoes, and much more.
www.plussizeyellowpages.com.

Size Wise: A Catalog of More Than 1,000 Resources for Living With Confidence and Comfort at Any Size
Judy Sullivan. Avon, 1997. This book describes resources that offer products or services for large people. It discusses where consumers can buy items like swimsuits, bicycle seats, and walking shoes. It also has information on exercise classes and sports instruction for large people throughout the United States, Britain, and Canada. Available from www.sizewise.com or your local bookstore.

Videos

BIG MOVES: Yoga for Chair and Bed
Mara Nesbitt. This video is designed for people who have difficulty getting down to or up from the floor. Led by a plus-size instructor, it includes stretches done standing, sitting, and lying on a bed, plus a guided meditation. Available from Mirage Video Productions, P.O. Box 19141, Portland, OR 97280; or www.miragevideos.com.

Chair Dancing
Jodi Stolove. This no-impact video series is designed to improve muscle tone, flexibility, ardiovascular endurance without putting stress on your knees, back, hips, or feet. Available from Chair Dancing International, Inc., 2658 Del Mar Heights Road, Del Mar, CA 92014; 1–800–551–4386; or www.chairdancing.com.

Tai Chi Chuan
Dawn Fleetwood. This 50-minute instructional video features slow, gentle movements and breathing exercises that involve all of the muscles and organs in the body. Available from Orchid Leaf Productions, P.O. Box 72, Flint, MI 48501; (810) 235–9864.

Yoga for Round Bodies, Volumes 1 and 2
Linda DeMarco and Genia Pauli Haddon. These videos offer a fitness system based on Kripalu yoga to promote strength, flexibility, stress relief, and cardiovascular health. Round-bodied instructors tailor classic yoga postures to large people at both beginner and intermediate levels in each video. Available from Plus Publications, P.O. Box 265–W, Scotland, CT 06264; 1–800–436–9642; or www.amazon.com.

Organizations and Programs

YMCA and YWCA
The YMCA and YWCA offer physical fitness and health awareness programs in many locations throughout the United States. Contact YMCA of the U.S.A., 101 North Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606; (312) 977–0031; or www.ymca.net. Contact YWCA of the U.S.A., 1015 18th Street, NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20036; 1–800–679–1209; or www.ywca.org.

Council on Size and Weight Discrimination, Inc.
The Council on Size and Weight Discrimination, Inc. (CSWD) is a nonprofit organization that seeks to improve health care and access to services for large people through educational programs, media monitoring, and medical conference attendance. Contact CSWD at P.O. Box 305, Mount Marion, NY 12456; (845) 679–1209; www.cswd.org.

National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance
The National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA) is a nonprofit organization that seeks to end discrimination based on body size and to improve the quality of life for large people. It offers a variety of publications and videos on size acceptance, self-esteem, and health and fitness. Contact NAAFA at: P.O. Box 188620, Sacramento, CA 95818; (916) 558–6880; or www.naafa.org.

Websites

Body Positive®
This site addresses issues ranging from self-esteem to fitness to finding respectful health care providers. It includes resources and links to related sites. www.bodypositive.com.

Healthy Living with Bliss™
This site includes information on walking, swimming, aerobics, stretching, and other fitness activities for large and very large people. A resource section includes fitness wear, books, exercise equipment, classes, and information on where to buy fitness videos for large people. There is an online workbook, e-newsletter, and a chat with plus-size personal fitness trainer Kelly Bliss. www.kellybliss.com.

Just Move
Just Move is a personalized, Internet-based fitness program of the American Heart Association. It features an online activity diary for monitoring your progress, frequently asked questions, health information, and many fitness links and resources. www.justmove.org.

Mayo Clinic Fitness Center
This website contains many different offers a set of articles that are all about walking for fitness and includes a shoe-buying guide and a pedometer guide. It also contains slide shows for strength training and stretching exercises. www.mayoclinic.com/health/fitness/SM99999.

Top   Keeping an activity journal is a useful tool to help you stay motivated, stay on track, and reach your goals. It may be helpful to set a short-term goal, a long-term goal, and rewards for meeting those goals.

You can print out this journal page to keep track of your efforts and improvements. (Journal)
 

 
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Phone: (202) 828–1025
Toll-free number: 1–877-946–4627
FAX: (202) 828–1028
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The Weight-control Information Network (WIN) is a service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases of the National Institutes of Health, which is the Federal Government's lead agency responsible for biomedical research on nutrition and obesity. Authorized by Congress (Public Law 103–43), WIN provides the general public, health professionals, the media, and Congress with up-to-date, science-based health information on weight control, obesity, physical activity, and related nutritional issues.

Publications produced by WIN are reviewed by both NIDDK scientists and outside experts. This publication was also reviewed by Steven Blair, P.E.D., and John M. Jakicic, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Health and Physical Activity, Director, Physical Activity and Weight Management Research Center, University of Pittsburgh.

Special thanks to the Women of Substance Health Spa, Kelly Bliss, M.Ed., and Rochelle Rice, M.A., of In Fitness and In Health for providing many of the photographs in this brochure.

This publication is not copyrighted. WIN encourages users of this brochure to duplicate and distribute as many copies as desired.


NIH Publication No. 04–4352
May 2004
Revised October 2006

e-text posted: January 2007

Internet Citation:   http://win.niddk.nih.gov/publications/active.htm
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