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Children who get less than an hour’s exercise a day could be heading for heart disease in the future. A study shows those kids under the age of ten need at least that much exercise every day to keep hearts healthy.
It is no secret that children today lead more sedentary lives than their parents and grandparents did. By introducing your kids to exercise routines and showing them how fun being active is, you can make a big difference.
Kids can and should start exercising as early as possible. The type of exercise a child will enjoy may differ depending on age, but it's important to get children active as early as possible.
Regular exercise is essential for the healthy growth and development of children. Beyond physical benefits, exercise positively influences the mental, emotional and cognitive development of children.
The most important things to remember with kids' yoga is to keep it fun, keep it open and keep it simple. There are many ways to encourage the children to learn and do yoga.
Strength training can help kids and teens build healthy muscles, joints, and bones. With a properly designed and supervised program, they can improve endurance, total fitness level, and sports performance.
Are your children getting enough exercise? Here are 5 fun parenting tips to get more exercise into your children’s daily routine. The great news is exercise comes in many forms and can be a lot of fun.