active living

Physical Activity Prompts

Point of decision prompts seek to nudge individuals towards healthier choices in the moments when they are choosing and have been shown to increase the number of times the behaviour suggested on the prompt is chosen. For example, a point of decision prompt placed next to the elevator call button that suggests taking the stairs instead increases the chance that an individual approaching the elevator will chose the active option to get from one floor to another.

Download and post this set of 19 physical activity prompts in your school, workplace and community to encourage simple, every day ways to be more active.


Workplace Physical Activity Toolkit

Workplace Physical Activity Toolkit

The Workplace Physical Activity Toolkit is a step-by step guide to establishing a workplace that encourages employees to be physically active. Creating such a workplace requires a combination of practices, programs, places and policies that together create an environment and organizational culture of healthy, active living.

Physical Activity Bingo

Physical Activity Bingo

Designed to encourage northern Saskatchewan residents to try a variety of ways to be physically active in the winter months, this set of bingo cards prompts provides participants with suggestions for fun, active and and social things to do in the winter months.