Posts Tagged 'kids fitness'

5 Ways to Encourage Active Children in a Digital World

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If you have children, then you’re probably very familiar with this scenario: your kids finish their homework (or try to avoid finishing their homework), and then immediately want to turn on the TV and computer. It’s common for kids to want to engage with technology, but spending all their time hunched over the screen isn’t good for their well-being. In addition to being harmful to their health (and increasing their chances for obesity), lack of imaginative play can staunch their creativity. But how do you get them to WANT to play outside? Here are 5 ways to encourage them.

Posted by Audrey Willis Jul 28, 2017 Posted in Obesity No Comments

Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) or What?

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It wasn’t until Right Fit trainers, Joe, Eric and Brittni returned from teaching a two-hour fitness clinic for 120 Girl Scouts (ages 7 to 12) that I began to think about the article printed in the July/August issue of Strategies: “Should we care that Johnny can’t catch and Susie can’t skip?” What should we do about it?

Posted by suzanne Nov 11, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments