Blogs about Children's Fitness

Monday, April 09, 2018 • Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093-7303
FitLife with Larisa
If a child is participating in an organized sport regardless of age, they are ready to begin lifting weights. This would occur approximately at 6 – 8 years old. Research suggests that resistance training in youth can result in increased bone density, healthier body composition, muscular strength, overall fitness, injury reduction, sports performance, better school performance and confidence. Can Strength Training Stunt Growth? According to recent research publications, injury to the growth cartilage has NOT been reported in any potential youth resistance training research study.
Monday, June 06, 2016 • Lansing, NY 14882
Jennifer Giroux's Blog
Do you know what is truly in your supplements?   ID Life prides itself on transparency and the best ingredients for their customers, including the children. They use only the purest ingredients.  I would NEVER use any supplements OR give them to my children, if I didn't know what was in them.  Would you?
Sunday, January 31, 2016 • Barto, PA 19504
Kristopher Shumway's Blog
After Reading Ryan Halverson's article in IDEA's fitness Journal: I thought I would write my take on the article as well.It has been shown that children who are relatively sedentary and are opposed to physical activities whether it due to being psychological or physical in nature the use of Active Video Games (AVG’s) may help these children who are apprehensive to become more active.
Wednesday, June 03, 2015 • Sedona, AZ 86351
Be Fit Fit Blog
Why is it so important to me that my daughter likes to exercise? And, by "exercising", I mean both activities, structured around the gyms, studios, and soccer and other fields, and the games and other active pursuits, which she likes while not even realizing that she is working out (such as trampoline jumping or running with the dog).