Individuals who have a desire to be physically active are in the Active for Life stage. A participant may choose to be Competitive for Life or Fit for Life and, if inclined, give back as a sport or physical activity leader. Competitive for Life includes those who compete in any organized sport recreation leagues to Master Games. Fit for Life includes active people who participate in non-competitive physical activity.
- Competitive for Life embodies all sport that functions under a set of rules, with the exception of the Podium Pathway.
- Fit for Life includes all physical activity such as hiking, gardening, yoga, aerobics, skiing and walking, as well as non-organized sport (self-determined rules) including pick-up games at a park.
- Participate in a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate and vigorous physical activity a week.
- Help as a coach, instructor, official, volunteer, or sport/activity leader.