The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends kids get at least 60 minutes of daily vigorous to moderate-intensity physical activity.
Currently, less than half of youth meet that goal. A report by the Institute of Medicine recommends various amounts of class time for physical education.
We talk with Pam Mason, Health and Physical Education Coordinator for Harrisonburg City Schools. Click on the video above to see the One-on-One interview.