Ready to take action? The good news is that you've come to the right place. Check out the Designed to Move Toolkit to download the full report, Executive Summary and supporting materials.
There is a significant and powerful base of research that exists in the field. In the Resources & Research section you'll find just a sampling of some of the key pieces of work that helped shape the Framework for Action. Please note: the full list of citations for the Framework for Action is featured at the back of the report.
Designed to Move Toolkit
- The Full Report 26.3 MB
- Executive Summary 4.5 MB
- Infographic 2 MB
- 1 Vision 2 Asks 33 KB
- Human Capital Model 143 KB
Resources & Research
- Designed to Move Bibliography 97.9 KB An alphabetized list of references cited in Designed to Move: A Physical Activity Action Agenda.
- Historic & Projected Physical Activity Levels Time use and physical activity: a shift from movement across the globe. This independently peer-reviewed research was commissioned by Nike, Inc. and conducted independently by Professors Shu Wen Ng and Barry Popkin at the University of North Carolina.
- Human Capital Model: Commentary 328 KB Physical Activity as an Investment in Personal and Social Change. Nike, Inc. initiated a multidisciplinary input and validation process with a pool of experts to develop this model, which is informed by more than 500 pieces of published research. As a prelude to the scholarly foundation for this work this commentary was published in the JPAH.
- Move It: Young Foundation Report 1.2 MB Increasing young people’s participation in sport (UK). Commissioned by Nike, Inc. and independently produced by the Young Foundation.
- Physical Activity Systems Maps 4 MB The 8 Sectors of the Physical Activity System. The Systems Maps are a thoroughly detailed socio-ecological model of physical activity. Based on data for USA and UK, they highlight (1) the best scientific evidence about the drivers and barriers of physical activity and (2) the different stakeholders and sectors that influence physical activity levels in the population.