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  • Kids Fitness

    Sometimes it seems like our kids are more unfit than ever before. Childhood obesity rates are on the rise, many concerned parents are encouraging their kids to put the playstation away and get more active. One of the many options for kids exercise are children’s fitness programs.

    Many local gyms, fitness clubs and personal trainers have introduced kids programs. These classes are designed with children in mind, focusing on making fitness fun while still helping them build stamina and strength.

    Building healthy habits during childhood increases the likelihood that kids will live a healthy life as an adult. Many kids classes do more than get kids active for an hour once a week...

  • What Results ?

    Kids exercise classes are about making fitness enjoyable. Fitness instructors are friendly and approachable. It’s important that the environment feels safe and non competitive, so that everyone feels comfortable taking part in the class.

    Kids programs are designed to be suitable for a whole range of fitness levels. Whether a child has done little exercise previously or is not a stranger to sport, all those who take part will be able to improve their fitness in an environment that is fun and social.

    Like any exercise class, kids fitness will begin with a warm up. During the class kids may take part in aerobic activity and strength building exercises. Each class is different.

  • Kids Fitness Classes

    Health and fitness is important at any age. It’s important for children especially to have strong bones and muscles to help their growth and development. Regularly attending a fitness class can help a child achieve a healthy level of fitness and strength.

    Exercise programs for kids are all about showing that fitness can be fun and social. Any child can attend a class and expect to have a good time while still being challenged. Many classes focus on non competitive sport, an aspect of some kids activities that can discourage some kids from taking part.