Wellness - Sports/Fitness | 3-13 yrs

Introducing Exercise Routine To Children

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Introducing your kids to an exercise routine is one of the best things you can do for them. Exercise not only has physical and mental benefits but also emotional. These days kids lead a more sedentary life; so, physical activity is even more important. 

Age-appropriate exercise is the key to entice kids to take up the routine. Also, you need to know what works for your child as per her temperament and health. An hour of exercise every day is excellent for kids. But, it has to be fun; otherwise the kids won’t do it.

You can consult your child’s doctor to formulate a nice workout routine for your kid as per her age. And if this isn’t enough, motivate her by telling her that her favourite actors like Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt, follow a regular exercise routine!

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